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lúm-ug

Hiligaynon

To sit-, squat-, lie down (as an animal); to wallow. Naglúm-ug siá sa salâ kag sa maláut nga kaduyugán. He wallowed in sin and vicious habits. (see dúm-ug, lukó, lúp-og).



barásag

Hiligaynon

Lying about in disorder; to be in disorder, higgledy-piggledy, mixed up; to lie about in confusion. Nagabarásag dirí ang sángkap sang pánday. The tools of the carpenter are lying about here in disorder. Indì mo pagpabaraságon ang mga butáng nga yárà sa lamésa. Do not disarrange or disturb the things on the table. (see dúm-ok, lúm-ug, wásag).


búl-ug

Hiligaynon

A painful swelling of the testicles.


búl-ug

Hiligaynon

A kind of úbi.


dúm-ug

Hiligaynon

To lie down with bent legs as animals do. See lukó, lúp-ug id.


hanók-hanók

Hiligaynon

Soft, yielding easily, not strong; to give way easily to pressure, be soft or yielding, as wet soil, a shaky floor, the soft bones of a baby, etc. Nagahanókhanók ang salúg, kay gabúk na ang ibán nga mga soléras. The floor is shaky, for some of the floor-beams are rotten. Mahádluk akó magtikáng sa pángpang, kay hanókhanók. I am afraid to step on the river bank, for it easily gives way. (see hómok, lúm-ok, yúm-ok).


hómok

Hiligaynon

Softness, mildness, gentleness, impressionableness, impressionability; to soften, become soft, impressionable, be easily susceptible of impressions or feelings. Naghómok na ang tinápay nga kaína mahágpok pa. The bread that was crisp a short while ago, has become soft. Homóka ang paglútò sang kárne. Cook the meat soft. Pahomóki akó sing maís, nga tinanók. Boil for me some corn very soft. Ginpangayóan ko siá sing patáwad, ápang ang íya tagiposóon walâ maghómok. I asked his pardon, but his heart did not soften. (see lamî, lúm-ok).


húkmay

Hiligaynon

To be soft or tender, to soften. (see húgmay, lúm-ok, hálmok, hómok).


íbok

Hiligaynon

(H) To lie on the ground and move restlessly, as pigs often do. (see dúm-ug, lukó, lúp-ug).


íbok

Hiligaynon

(H) To lie on the ground and move restlessly, as pigs often do. (see dúm-ug, lukó, lúp-ug).


kalúm-ok

Hiligaynon

Softness, pliability, plasticity, compressibility, impressibility. (lúm-ok; see kalomó, kahómok).


lagák

Hiligaynon

Dropsy of the testicle or scrotum, hydrocele; testicle. (see lagáy, pántog, búl-ug).


lamî

Hiligaynon

Soft, flabby, impressionable, yielding to slight pressure; to be soft, etc. Naglamî na gid ináng kapáyas; índì na akó kaúyon sinâ. This papaya has become quite soft now; I do not like it any more. Lamî iníng kárne. This meat is soft. (see hómok, lúm-uk, yamî).


layúyò

Hiligaynon

(B) Young, tender, soft, pliable, flexible (of leaves, shoots, sprouts, etc.). Layúyò nga dáhon. A tender leaf. (see lúm-ok, hómok).


lokó

Hiligaynon

To lie down with bent legs like animals. (see lukó, dúm-ug, lúp-ug, lukulukuán, lulúknan).


lomó

Hiligaynon

Softness; to be soft, soften (through the action of a liquid or the like). Naglomó na gid ang tinapáy nga ginbutáng mo sa túbig. The bread you put into the water is quite soft now. Palomohá ang sókdap, uwáy, nítò, etc. Soften (in water) the bamboo splints, rattan, níto, etc. Palomohí akó sing balátong, kay lagáon ko. Soften the beans (in water) for me, because I am going to boil them. (see hómok, lúm-ok).


lubáy

Hiligaynon

Young, tender, soft, impressionable, impressible, pliable, flexible; to be or become soft, tender, etc. (see lúbud, lágbus, lúm-ok, hómok, lanúbò, lamháron, lámpong).


lúbud

Hiligaynon

Very young, tender, soft, pliable, said of plants, trees, etc. Gintapás mo galî ang káhoy nga lúbud pa? Did you really cut down the sapling? Malúbud iníng habón. This soap is soft, is soon used up. (see hómok, lúm-ok).


lukó

Hiligaynon

To lie down with legs bent under (said of animals). Nagalukó ang karabáw sa pamulákan-or-ginalukoán (-lukohán) sang karabáw ang pamulákan. The buffalo is lying down in the garden. (see dúm-ug, lúp-ug).


lúm-ok

Hiligaynon

Soft, giving easily way to pressure; to soften, become soft, be yielding, compressible, limp, impressionable. Nalum-okán akó siníng tabákò. This tobacco seems to me to be soft. Nagalúm-ok na ang íya tagiposó-on. His heart is now getting soft or tender. Plansahá na ang báyò nga winískan mo, kay naglúm-ok na. Now, iron the jacket you sprinkled with water, for it has become quite limp now. (see hómok, yúm-ok, lúnay).


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