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luág

Hiligaynon

Ladle, soup-ladle, any large spoon or scoop for drawing or serving liquids. (luwág id.).



luág

Hiligaynon

To look out of a window, or the like. (see láaw, lántaw, gáwa).


garaló

Hiligaynon

Ladle, scoop, dipper, large spoon. (see kalándus, luág, galó).


kalándus

Hiligaynon

(H) Ladle, scoop, shovel for dry or liquid things. (see kándus, luág, garaló).


luág-lúag

Hiligaynon

Dim. of luág. Also: shoulder-blade, scapula, back. (see talúdtud).


See luág; luág-lúag-ladle; shoulder blade, scapula.


pándong

Hiligaynon

Hood, awning, canopy, detachable roof, tilt, any light cover for the head (against sun or rain); helmet, topi, topee, hat; the bowl of a ladle, spoon, etc. Ang pándong sang kalésa. The roof of the rig (calesa). Ang pándong sang luág. The bowl of the ladle.


túgkay

Hiligaynon

To stick the handle of a ladle, fork or spoon, a piece of bamboo, or the like, into rice or other food fresh from the pot, so that the steam may escape more freely. Tugkayá sang tenedór ang kán-on sa kólon. Stick the fork in the rice in the kettle. Itúgkay ang luág sa tiníg-ang. Stand the ladle in the freshly cooked rice. (see kalíkad).


buluágas

Hiligaynon

To disintegrate; to disperse. Nagbuluágas ang mga buyúng sang pagabút sang mga soldádo. The brigands fled or dispersed, when the soldiers arrived. (see buluásag, bulwágas, bulwásag).


buluásag

Hiligaynon

See buluágas, bulúblag.


lúdgud

Hiligaynon

To scour, rub with something hard, as with a stone in bathing, or the like; to scrub. Ilúdgud sa íya iníng lulúdgud. Rub him with this scourer. Ludgurí siá sing bató sa likód. Rub his back with a stone. Ludgurí sing maáyo ang ákon luáglúag. Lúdgud ka sing maáyo sang ákon luáglúag. Rub my shoulder blades well. (lúgod id.).


wág-as

Hiligaynon

To spread, scatter, disperse; to fall to pieces, disintegrate, smash, be smashed. (see wás-ag, buluágas, busáag, bulúblag, lápta).