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kugâ

Hiligaynon

To throttle, strangle, choke, suffocate, garrote, compress one's throat. Kugaá-or-kúg-a siá. Throttle him. Gintámpà ko siá, kay ginkugâ níya akó. I slapped him, because he seized me by the throat.



garóti

Hiligaynon

(Sp. garrote) Garrote; strangulation, throttling; a fit or swoon; to strangle, throttle; cause a fit or swoon. (see kugâ, lipóng).


kulúg-an

Hiligaynon

Strangling, throttling, choking, suffocating; garrote (capital punishment); the neck, throat. (see kugâ).


lióg, li-óg

Hiligaynon

To collar, grasp by the neck. Ginlióg níya akó. He grasped me by the back of the neck. Liogá siá. Collar him. Take him by the throat. Indì ka maglióg sa íya. Don't take him by the throat. Don't throttle him. (see kugâ).


pítluk

Hiligaynon

To throttle, strangle, kill by throttling or by cutting the throat. (see kugâ).


balaskugáy

Hiligaynon

See baskugáy-a kind of lobster.


baskugáy

Hiligaynon

A small river-lobster similar to, but a little larger than, the lobó-lóbo.


hakugán

Hiligaynon

Avaricious, greedy, covetous, voracious, ravenous, gluttonous; a glutton, gourmand, gormandizer; expensive, costly. (see hákug, maámbas).


hinikugáy

Hiligaynon

Suicide, self-destruction, the committing of suicide (on a large scale). (see híkog, hingáp-us).


kugán

Hiligaynon

A scab, scar, cicatrix, cicatrice. (see pálì, pinalían).


dángog

Hiligaynon

Scales, scab, scurf, forming on wounds or ulcers, during the healing process. Hugási ang dángog sang ímo butí. Bathe the scabs of your smallpox. (see kugán).


hákug

Hiligaynon

To need, cost, want, use up, consume or take much, be greedy of, be expensive. Indì ka maghákug sang ikáon. Don't finish too much of the side-dish. Ginhákug níya ang paginúm sang bíno kag nahubúg. He took too much wine and got drunk. Hinakúgan gid níya ang pagkáon sing báboy. He gorged himself with pork. Iníng paghímos mo sang talóng nagahákug sang mantékà. Your preparation of the egg-plant in this way takes a lot of lard. (see ámbas).


lobó-lóbo

Hiligaynon

A small river lobster, river shrimp. (see baskugáy).


óklab

Hiligaynon

To separate from, detach, tear off things that are stuck with glue, gum, paste, etc. Indì ka magóklab sang prankíyo. Don't tear off the postage stamp. Oklabá ang kugán sang ímo katúl. Take off the scab formed by your skin-disease "katúl". Oklabí akó sang mga sílyo siníng mga sóbre. Take the stamps off these envelopes for me.


óklab

Hiligaynon

To separate from, detach, tear off things that are stuck with glue, gum, paste, etc. Indì ka magóklab sang prankíyo. Don't tear off the postage stamp. Oklabá ang kugán sang ímo katúl. Take off the scab formed by your skin-disease "katúl". Oklabí akó sang mga sílyo siníng mga sóbre. Take the stamps off these envelopes for me.


pabáskug

Hiligaynon

To strengthen, stiffen, make-strong,-stiff, confirm, reinforce, brace, fortify, invigorate, refreshen, to raise (one's voice, etc.). Pabaskugá ang ímo kabubút-on. Strengthen your will. Ipabáskug sa labandéra ang ímo delárgo. Let the washerwoman starch and iron your trousers. Ginpabáskug níla ang íla láwas, kalág, etc, They refreshed (refreshened) themselves, fortified their souls, etc. Pabaskugá ang ímo tíngug. Raise your voice, speak aloud (louder). (see báskug).


patískug

Hiligaynon

To stiffen, strengthen. Patiskugá ang likód sang ákon báyò. Stiffen (with lining) the back of my jacket. (pa, tískug).