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olokabá

Hiligaynon

Shell, egg-shell. (see alokabá id.).



olokabá

Hiligaynon

Shell, egg-shell. (see alokabá id.).


alokabá

Hiligaynon

The shell of eggs, turtles, crabs, etc. (see olokabá id.).


ápog

Hiligaynon

Lime; to be converted into lime. Nagápog na ang mga bató sa alapogán. The stones in the lime-kiln are now reduced to lime. Apóga ang mga olokabá. Make lime of the shells. Pintahí ang padér sing ápog. Whitewash the wall with lime.


binobokán

Hiligaynon

The empty shell of an egg, snail, mussel, etc. (see alokabá, olokabá).


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).


págba

Hiligaynon

To heat, burn, bake (as clay in making earthenware); to burn various kinds of shells to make lime for betel-nut chewing. Nagapágba silá. They are making lime for betel-nut chewing. Ginpágba níla ang mga olokabá sang tamburúkò. They made lime of the tamburuco-shell. Pagbahí áko sing banág. Make me some lime of the banág-shell.


turós

Hiligaynon

To sip, suck, imbibe, absorb, drink in small draughts, draw in with the mouth. Turosá lang ang ítlog sa olokabá. Just suck the egg from its shell. Sín-o ang nagturós sang sabáw? Who has been sipping the sauce? (see hígop, sópsop, súyup, yúpyup, lótgot, sóso).