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panglígbos

Hiligaynon

To gather or look for mushrooms called "lígbos"; to be in consternation, be affrighted, get a shock, have one's hair stand on end. Nagapanglígbos ang íya láwas. He is full of consternation. Nanglígbos (Nagpanglígbos) siá kag nagpalaníndog ang íya bohók. He was affrighted and his hair stood on end.



sál-ang

Hiligaynon

A kind of mushroom. (see óhong, lígbos).


tóom

Hiligaynon

To wrap in leaves (and roast on live coals). Túm-a (Toóma) ang lígbos, ginamús, ísdà, etc. Wrap up in leaves (and roast) the mushroom, pickled fish, fish, etc. (see baláhos, putús).


tuháw

Hiligaynon

To emerge or appear suddenly, unexpectedly, to pop up. Nagatuháw gid lang ang mga mamaláybay, lígbos, etc. Poets, mushrooms, etc. are appearing (popping up) everywhere. (see ólhot, ólbo, tuáw).


túm-an

Hiligaynon

To wrap a thing in leaves and warm-, heat-, cook-, it by burying it under hot ashes, over live coals, etc. Tum-aní ang talámbal. Heat the poultice (plaster). Tum-anán mo lang ang lígbos, ang binóro nga bilóngbilóng, etc. Wrap leaves round the lígbos-mushroom, the pickled bilóngbilóng-fish, etc. and cook it in hot ashes. Ang artamísa nga tinóktok íla tinum-anán (gintum-anán) kag itámbal (gintámbal) sa lamutî sang ákon túdlò. They made a fomentation (stupe) of chopped up wormwood and put it on the blister of my finger. (see tóom, tinum-anán).


palanglígbos

Hiligaynon

(H) To shudder, receive a shock or fright that makes one's hair stand on end. (see panglígbos, kibút, hanguyús).


kayás

Hiligaynon

To be taken by surprise, be startled, be taken aback, receive a shock. Nakayás siá. He was taken by surprise-or-he was startled. (see kuyús, hanguyús, kibút, pangyós, panglígbos).