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lapó

Hiligaynon

To cook, boil (leaves, stalks of various edible plants, or the like, such as dágmay, balúnggay, green peas and beans in the pod, etc.). Lapohí ang dágmay. Boil the dágmay-leaves (and stalk). Lapohí akó sing latóy. Cook some soft green peas (beans) in the pod for me. (see lágà-to boil mature or ripe peas and beans, meat, make tea, etc.; tanók-to boil tubers, bananas, corn, etc.; tóla, útan, tíg-ang, laúya, ánok).



lágà

Hiligaynon

(B) To boil or to cook in water (meat, vegetables, peas and beans, tea, etc.). Lagáa ang kárne, balátong, mónggo, etc. Boil the meat, the beans, the monggo, etc. in water. Lagái akó sing isá ka búgsò nga kárne. Boil a piece of meat for me. Ilágà akó ánay siníng kadiós. Please to boil these black peas for me. Ilágà iníng túbig sa tsa. Boil the tea in this water. (see laúya, lapó, tanók, bukál, lútò, ráhà).


tanók

Hiligaynon

The cooking or boiling of tubers, bananas, or the like; to boil tubers, etc. Ságing, maís, úbi, etc. nga tinanók. Boiled bananas, corn, úbi, etc. Tánki (tángki, tanokí) akó sing kamóti. Boil me some sweet potatoes. Tánka (Tángka) ang úbi, buhayán, etc. Boil the úbi, buhayán, etc. Iníng sárì nga ságing manámit gid kon tánkon, apáng malás-ay kon kán-on nga hiláw. This variety of bananas is very nice (tasty) when boiled, but insipid when eaten raw. (see talangkúnon, lâgâ, lapó, laúya, tíg-ang, bakól, bukál, pabukál).


útan

Hiligaynon

Any kind of vegetable including legumes, tubers, salads, etc.; to boil or cook vegetables. Utánon mo iníng dágmay, balúnggay, alugbáti, etc. Cook this dágmay, these balúnggay-leaves, these alugbáti-shoots, etc. (see ulutanón, láswa, tóla, túla, tinóla, lapó, tanók).


útan

Hiligaynon

Any kind of vegetable including legumes, tubers, salads, etc.; to boil or cook vegetables. Utánon mo iníng dágmay, balúnggay, alugbáti, etc. Cook this dágmay, these balúnggay-leaves, these alugbáti-shoots, etc. (see ulutanón, láswa, tóla, túla, tinóla, lapó, tanók).


alalápok

Hiligaynon

To splash, slap, emit a sound as of spattering, splattering (see ápok, alálpak).


alapogán

Hiligaynon

(H) A lime kiln (ápog-lime).


alapogón

Hiligaynon

(H) Fit for-, capable of-, being made into lime; to be converted into lime (for betelnut chewing, building purposes, etc.). Bató nga alapogón. Stones convertible into lime. Many shells like those of the ígi, tamburúkò, tibótíbo, awís, etc. are "alapogón" for betelnut chewing. (see ápog).


alapogón

Hiligaynon

Also: Good-for-nothing, no use, of no avail, a useless person, an old spinster, or the like. (see ápog).


dumalápon

Hiligaynon

(H) See dumalámpon. (see dámpon, dápon).


halápon, halapón

Hiligaynon

Covered with a film; dim, not clear. Halapón ang matá (panúluk) níya. His sight (eyes) is (are) dim. (see kulápon, harápon).


halaponán

Hiligaynon

(H) Roost, perch, chicken-house, pole or rod to perch upon (for chickens, etc.). (see hapón).


kalapól

Hiligaynon

Plaster, any kind of sticky or viscous material. (kápol).


(H) To be-castrated,-gelded, fit to be made-a "capon",-a eunuch (especially said of cocks). (see kapón).


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).


kulápon

Hiligaynon

Having a cataract or film on the eye. (see bitligón).


lápok

Hiligaynon

Fine wet sand, slippery sediment in water, rivers, etc.; slime, viscous mud.


mahalapoón

Hiligaynon

(H) Out of breath, panting-, gasping-, for breath, short of breath, breathless, wheezing, one who soon becomes exhausted for lack of breath. (see hápò, mahapoón).


salápò

Hiligaynon

To detect, find, chance upon, happen upon, come upon (by chance); to catch (a disease). Básì makasalápò ka sing íhaw; sákpon mo akó sa paghingúlì. If you should find some fresh meat for sale, buy some also for me. Nasalapóan níya ang balaúd-or-Nasalapóan siá sang balaúd. He had an attack of dysentery. Masakít gid gihápon ang íya solóksolók?-Indì sa gihápon, kóndì nagasalápò lang. Does he always suffer from stomach-ache?-No, not always, but rather frequently (on and off, occasionally).


salapó

Hiligaynon

(H) The pl. form of sapó-to find out, etc.


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