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ngípon

Hiligaynon

(H) Tooth. (see ónto).



áglot

Hiligaynon

A harsh sound of creaking or grating; to creak, to grate. Ang balás nagaáglot sa ng[ípon. Sand grates on the teeth. Ang balás nagapaáglot sang ngípon. Sand makes the teeth grate. (see ágrot id.).


agutingón

Hiligaynon

Pertaining to, or suffering from, decaying teeth. Ang agutingón índì magkáon sing dólse, kay magabúsug ang íya ngipon. One suffering from decayed teeth should not eat sweets, for it will give him tooth-ache.


bág-od

Hiligaynon

To rub two stones together, to crush or pulverize, between two stones or against a stone. Ginabag-orán ang bató nga bukáy sing binókbok nga bukáy túbtub nga magpíno kag ihínis sa ngípon. The crushed white stone is rubbed between two white stones till it becomes fine powder, and can be used to clean the teeth with. Ang tayóbong ginabág-od sa bató kon unawón. The tayobong-root is rubbed against a stone to rid the pulp of juice. Ibág-od mo ang tayóbong sa bató. Rub the tayobong-roots against a stone.


bágrot

Hiligaynon

To gnash one's teeth, to grind the teeth, to strike or dash the teeth together in anger or pain. Ang yáwà nagabágrot. The devil gnashes his teeth. Indì mo akó pagbagrotán. Do not gnash your teeth at me. Bagrotá lang ang ngípon mo. Just grind your teeth. Ang amó nga balítà nagpabágrot sa íya sa dakû nga kaákig. That news made him gnash his teeth in great anger. (see báglot, which, however, is seldom used).


bákhò

Hiligaynon

Grief, sorrow, lament, lamentation, wail, complaint, plaint, groan, moan, sigh; to sigh, groan, moan, lament, grieve, wail, complain, mourn, weep. Ginabakhoán níya ang kamatáyon sang íya anák. She grieves over the death of her child. Nagapanángis kag nagabákhò silá, kay napatáy ang íla ilóy. They are weeping and sighing, because their mother has died. Dî mo pagpabakhoón ang ímo mga ginikánan. Do not grieve your parents. Yádto dídto ang pagbákhò kag pagbinágrot sang mga ngípon. There is (was, will be) weeping and gnashing of teeth. (see subô, tángis, hibî, háyà, hibubún-ot).


bánsil

Hiligaynon

A cog, tooth, sprocket, in a wheel; a false tooth; to insert a tooth or cog, to fill a tooth, make an artificial tooth. A lángálang na iníng galingán, kay napíngas ang madámù nga bánsil. This mill or machine does not work well any longer, because many cogs are broken off. Bansilán mo ang ákon ngípon. Fill my tooth. Make me an artificial tooth. Ang dentísta nagbánsil sang ákon ngípon. The dentist filled my tooth or made me an artificial tooth. Buláwan ang ibánsil mo sa ákon ngípon. Fill my tooth with gold or make me a gold tooth.


bíngaw

Hiligaynon

To jag, notch, nick, indent, knock or draw out a tooth and the like. Ginbíngaw sang amáy ang ngípon sang íya anák. The father pulled out his son's tooth. Mabíngaw ang lagárì kon magági sa isá ka bató. The saw will have teeth broken off, if it passes over a stone. Bingáwi siá sing isá ka ngípon. Deprive him of a tooth. Bingáwa ang íya nga ngípon. Draw his tooth. (see píngas, bílbig).


busúg

Hiligaynon

Cramp in the stomach; to cause pain or cramps in the stomach, etc. Gindúnggò siá sang busúg. He had an attack of cramps in the stomach. Táo nga binusúg. A man that has stomach cramps. Ang banóg, ngípon, etc. nagabusúg. The ulcer, tooth, etc. causes pain, gives agonizing pain. Binúsgan siá. He is suffering from cramps.


doóm

Hiligaynon

To munch, crunch, craunch, cranch, grind, chew noisily between the teeth, gnash. Malúyag ka magdoóm sing maís nga sinánlag? Would you like to grind some roast corn,-parched corn,-pop-corn, between your teeth? Dóm-a (doomá) ang límbok, maís nga sinánlag, etc. Eat some "límbok", roast corn, etc. Ginadoóm lang níya ang íya ngípon sa kaákig. He is gnashing his teeth in anger. (see domô).


dúgmok

Hiligaynon

To crush, break by pressure or incumbent weight, to reduce or grind to powder, pulverize, comminute, triturate. Indì mo pagdugmokón ang pínggan, botílya, glóbo, túbo, etc. Don't crush the plate, bottle, globe, lamp-globe, etc. Idúgmok mo akó ánay siníng batô, kay ihínis ko sa ákon ngipon. Kindly grind this stone to powder for me, for I wish to use it to clean my teeth. Amó iní ang gindugmokán níla sang úlo sang mán-og. Here they crushed the snake's head. (see pusâ, lumâ, lamúsot).


dulút

Hiligaynon

Mark, impression, penetration, stamp, notch; to mark, blaze, penetrate, leave-a mark,-trace,-notch, to indent, notch, pierce. Nagdulút ang ngipon sang idô sa batíis sang bátà. The dog's teeth left a mark on the calf of the child's leg. Padútla ang tigíb sing maáyo. Drive the chisel in well. Gindútlan sang kagát sang lukón ang ákon kamót. The claws of the lobster imbedded themselves in my hand. Ipadulút ko iníng tigíb sa kahóy. I will drive this chisel to mark-, indent-, the tree.


gómok

Hiligaynon

To squeeze or compress so as to crush or break. Nagómok ang ítlog. The egg was crushed. Gomóki akó siníng bató. Crush this stone for me. Igómok mo akó ánay siníng bató nga bukáy, kay ákon pagabókbokón kag ihínis sa ngípon ko. Please crush this white stone for me, for I am going to powder it and clean my teeth with it. Indì mo paggomókon ang olokabá sang alimángo. Don't break the sea-crab's shell. (see dúgmok, lumâ, pusâ, rúbsak, rúpsak).


gwáb

Hiligaynon

Hollow, cavity, hole, said especially of rotten wood; decayed teeth, or the like. Iníng káhoy may gwáb sa sulúd. This tree is rotten inside, is hollow. May gwáb ang íya ngípon. His tooth is-hollow,-decaying.


hunâ-húnà

Hiligaynon

(B) Loose, shaky, not firmly set, wobbly; to loosen, shake to and fro, waggle. Hunâhunáa ang ngípon mo túbtub nga magábut. Waggle your tooth to and fro till it can be extracted. (see hungâhúngà).


hútal

Hiligaynon

To be or get loose, shaky, wobbly. Naghútal ang diróskas, ngípon, etc. The screw, tooth, etc. got loose. See kútal.


kútal

Hiligaynon

To get loose, shake, lack firmness, wobble. Nagakútal ang ákon ngípon-or-kutál ang ákon ngípon. My tooth is loose. (see hútal).


lipíd

Hiligaynon

A tooth with a supernumerary behind it. May lipíd siá. He has two teeth one behind the other. Lipíd ang íya ngípon. He has a double row of teeth. (see kápid-twin).


matálhà

Hiligaynon

Easy to split, separable; disjointed, spaced wide apart. Ang sibúkaw matálhà. Sebucao-wood is easy to split. Sapan-wood cleaves-easily,-readily. Iníng súlud matálhà sing ngípon. This reed (of a weaving loom) has its teeth spaced wide apart. (see tálhà, malakâ).


ngangá

Hiligaynon

To open one's mouth. Ingangá ang bábà mo. Open your mouth. Ngangahá ang bábà mo kag padiwalá ang dílà. Open your mouth and put out your tongue. Ngangahí ang manugbánsil, kay usisáon níya ang ímo ngípon. Open your mouth for the dentist, for he is going to examine your teeth.


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