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lupók

Hiligaynon

Discharge, detonation, snap, pop, bang, crash; the report of a gun, a shot; to explode, burst; the firing off of guns or mortars at feasts, etc. May lupók. There is, was or will be, the firing off of guns or mortars. Nakabatì ka sang lupók sang pusíl? Did you hear the report of the rifle? Naglupók ang kaldéra, ang gúma sang áwto, etc. The kettle, the auto-tyre, etc. burst, exploded, blew-up,-out. Nalúkpan si Fuláno sing rekámara kag napatáy. N.N. was hit by an exploding mortar and was killed. Nalúkpan akó sing kaldéra. One of my cauldrons exploded. Ang ibán nga mga ítlog kon ibutáng sa abó nga maínit magalupók. Some eggs burst when put in hot ashes. (Palupokí) Palúkpi ang mga kalasálon. Fire off some guns for the marriage-couple.



batî

Hiligaynon

To hear, catch the sound of. Nakahatî akó nga --. I heard that --. Sa malayô índì ka makabatî sang tunúg sang linggánay. From far away you cannot hear the sound of the bell. Kon mabatián mo ang amó nga sugíd-súgid índì ka magpáti, kay lúnsay nga mga butíg. When you hear such rumours don't believe them, because they are pure lies. Note the accent in the following: Ang lupók sang palúpok (rekámra) batíon sa labíng malayô nga minurô. The detonation of a mortar can be heard in the farthest village. (see dungúg, památì, batî-bátì, binatî-bátì).


lúkpan, etc.

Hiligaynon

See lupók.


lupók-lúpok

Hiligaynon

Dim. of lupók. Metaphorically: to explode, shout and rail at. Indì ka maglupóklúpok sa ímo mga sologoón. Don't use such explosive language to your servants.


palupók

Hiligaynon

To let or make a gun go off, to fire, let off, discharge, detonate, fire a salute, fire off salvoes, to cannonade, cause something to burst with a loud report, to fire shots by means of a gun, rifle, mortar, etc. Also noun: shooting, salvo, salute with guns, or the like. Sang piésta dídto sa báryo may palupók sa kawáyan. At the feast there in the village they fired off a bamboo gun. Palúkpi (Palupokí) ang Nobéna. Fire off mortars during the novena. Ipalupók ko sa ímo iníng rekámara sa ínyong piésta, ápang kon magubâ (mapérde, maránggà) báklan mo akó sing isá nga bág-o (sing isá ka rekámara nga bág-o). I'll let you have this mortar for your Feast, but if it should be ruined, you'll have to buy me a new one. (see lupók).


Freq. of lupók. Also: to form (develop) cracks, fissures, or the like.


ribénta

Hiligaynon

(Sp. reventar) Explosion; to explode, detonate, burst, crack, be broken to bits by an explosion. Nagribénta ang kámra sang nahauná nga pagpalupók. The mortar burst at the first charge. Naribentahán akó kagáb-i sang túbo sang ákon kínke. Last night my lamp-chimney cracked. (see lupók).


sálba

Hiligaynon

(Sp. salva) Salvo, volley, salute, a discharge of guns or shots in honour of, or as a salute, the firing of several shots together or in quick succession; pasálba-to fire off guns, etc. in honour of a person or as a salute. Nagpasálba silá sang pagabút sang pangúlopuód. They fired off salvoes on the arrival of the Provincial Governor. Pasalbahí ang mga kalasálon sing duhá ka lupók. Let off two shots in honour of the marriage couple. (see lupók, bárak, barákbarák, labáklabák).


tíro

Hiligaynon

A throw, cast, shot, report of a gun, etc. (see tiráda, habúy, lupók, pilák).


tirotéo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tiroteo) Sharp-shooting; crossfire; crackling. (see lúthang, lupók, árak, bárak).


tugálpò

Hiligaynon

Fizzle; to detonate with a weak report, to fizz out, fizzle (out), emit a dull boom; weak; dull, not loud or far-reaching, (of the report of a gun, etc.). Sa tátlo níla ka lupók duhá lámang ang matúnug, isá ang tugálpò. Of their three shots only two detonated properly, one merely fizzed out. (see búlhot, búrhot, sungáw, dîmatúnug).


tunúg

Hiligaynon

Sound, resonance, tone, strain, peal, blast, din, noise. Nabatián ko ang mabáskug nga tunúg sang lupók. I heard the loud detonation of the shot. Ang tunúg sang budyóng. The blast of a trumpet. Ang tunúg sang linggánay. The sound of a bell.


palúpok

Hiligaynon

A shooting mortar (rekámara, rekámra); fire-cracker. (see palupók).


ápok

Hiligaynon

To fly or jump off as a chip of wood, stone, etc. Naapókan akó sang napíngas nga bató. I was struck by a flying piece of stone. Diótay lang akó apókan sang bató. The flying stone nearly hit me. Nagápok ang inágsap nga káhoy sa malayô. The chip of wood flew far. Inápok ang napíngas nga bató. The chip of stone was sent flying off. Inapókan siá sang isá ka báhin sang rekamará nga naglupók. He was hit by a piece of the mortar that burst. (see ásik, ágsik, ásang, ályas).


búlhot

Hiligaynon

To emit puffs of smoke or air with some noise, to whiff, puff, fizz, fizzle. Walâ maglupók ang kámara (kámra, rekámara) kóndì nagbúlhot lang. The mortar did not detonate, but simply fizzled out. (see burhot id.).


deskárga

Hiligaynon

(Sp. descarga) The unloading-, unlading-, of a ship; discharge, volley; to unload, unlade, lighten, discharge cargo; to discharge, let off (a rifle, etc.). (see palúsad, palupók).


patandâ-tándà

Hiligaynon

Marksmanship; to practise shooting at a target, etc. Also Dim. of patándà. Nagapatandâtándà silá sang pagpalupók sang íla mga lúthang. They are practising rifle-shooting (marking down the hits).


(Sp. recámara) Firing mortar, as frequently used at the celebration of feasts. (see palúpok, rekámra).


yámat

Hiligaynon

An expletive nearly equivalent to yáwa. Yámat! Blast it! Dash it! Confound it! Damn it! To hell with it! Yámat, nabúgtò ang kalát. Hang it! The rope has snapped! Yámat, anó ang lábut mo! What the devil is that! to you! Yámat, naglupók ang góma! Damn it, the tyre has burst! (see yáwà, líntì, gátud, yádan).