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alugáyan

Hiligaynon

A bamboo-mat, square, either quite flat or, more frequently, with the edges turned up a little, used chiefly to catch the chaff when newly pounded rice is tossed in the "kalálaw" to separate the rice from the chaff. Kon táphan ang binayó isálud ang alugáyan. When you toss the rice free from the chaff, place the alugáyan underneath, (see lugáyan id.).



lugáy

Hiligaynon

To stir, turn about, mingle, mix with a ladle or beater. Lugayá sing maáyo ang linúgaw, agúd maghómok gid. Stir the linúgaw well, in order that it may become very soft. Lugayán mo lang siní ang palanggána. Just stir or mix this in the wash-basin. (see labúgay).


lagwáyan

Hiligaynon

A bamboo mat for drying rice upon, etc. (see alugáyan, amákan).


taláphan

Hiligaynon

That is to be sifted, etc.; rice to be cleaned of its chaff after pounding; the mat on which the chaff falls or is deposited when sifting rice. Taláphan pa iníng binayó. This pounded rice has to be sifted. Diín ang taláphan? Where is the mat for catching the rice-chaff? (see tahúp, alugáyan).