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láy-on

Hiligaynon

Detritus, fine sand and earth, slime, deposit, sediment, mud carried along by running water, especially during a flood, and deposited somewhere else; chaff, empty ears of rice, etc. Also verb. Nalay-onán ang ámon áwang, kay naágyan sang bahâ. Our well was filled up with mud, because the flood passed over it. Linay-onán sang subâ ang ámon dútà. The river covered our land with a deposit of mud. (see búnbun, bagónbon, laó, lalaó, lúnang).



paláy-on

Hiligaynon

To cover with sand and earth, to bar the flow of a water-course in order that the earth and sand carried along by a flood may accumulate behind the weir (levee, dam, dyke) and so raise the level of the water or divert the flood to another channel. Ginpalay-onán níla ang sapâ. They built a weir across the brook.


kulapó

Hiligaynon

Fine earth, slime, sediment, deposit; to deposit, cover with sediment (as inundated fields, etc.). Kon may bahâ, pagakulapohán gid iníng umá kag magaáyo ang dútà. If there is a flood, this field will be covered with sediment and the soil will improve. (see láy-on).


mónmon

Hiligaynon

To cover, fill with alluvial matter. Ang dakû nga búhò dirâ sa ubús sang bakólod namonmonán tungúd sang madámol nga ulán. The large hole there at the foot of the hill was filled with alluvium due to the heavy rain. (see láy-on, punô, támpok, táp-ok).