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nípay

Hiligaynon

A kind of vine with down on its seed-pods. This down causes great pain and annoyance, if brought in contact with one's skin; to treat with nípay, blow or sprinkle nípay upon somebody as an act of revenge or punishment. Nanipáyan siá. He was blown upon (sprinkled) with nípay, received a dose of nípay. Ginnipáyan níya si Fuláno (Nagnípay siá sa kay Fuláno). He gave N.N. a dose of nípay. (see kulahós, which is still more painful than nípay).



bulán-bulán

Hiligaynon

A kind of plant that causes a severe itch, when its spores are brought in contact with the skin; a kind of small fish. (see nípay, kalahós).


kalahós

Hiligaynon

The liquid obtained from the tapican-fruit and used to spite others by spirting it on them by means of a tube, the liquid causing great itch and pain, more even than "nípay"; to use or apply "kalahós". Kalahosón níya ikáw, konó. They say, he will treat you to a dose of "kalahós". Ginkalahós níya siá. He was treated by him with "kalahós". (see nípay).


katúl

Hiligaynon

A kind of skin-disease, producing a very itchy rash that soon forms painful pustules, scabs, etc. It often takes many months to cure; pruritus, itch; to itch, cause the skin-disease katúl. Ginakatúl siá. He is affected with "katúl". Kinatúl man akó sádto ánay. I also once had the skin-disease "katúl". Pakátli siá sing nípay, kalahós, etc. Give him a painful itch by means of "nípay, kalahós", etc.


lípay

Hiligaynon

A vine with hairy leaves that cause a severe itch when touched. (see nípay).


anípay

Hiligaynon

A whitlow. See típay.


panipáy

Hiligaynon

To gather (look for) sea-shells. (see tipáy, panlampírong).


panlampírong

Hiligaynon

To collect or gather sea-shells called "lampírong". (see panipáy).