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púgday

Hiligaynon

Piece, part, crumb; to fall to (go to) pieces, disintegrate, crumble, break up, break asunder (of clods of earth, lumps of salt or sugar, etc.). Napúgday (Nagkapúgday) na ang mga pugá sa inaradóhan, kay naulanán sing madámol. The clods of earth in the ploughed field have crumbled, because they have been soaked with rain. Pugdayá ang bilóg nga kalámay. Crush the lump of sugar.



kúpay

Hiligaynon

To disintegrate, fall to pieces. (see púgday).


púgdaw

Hiligaynon

To fall or break asunder, disintegrate, fall to pieces, crumble. Nagapúgdaw ang mga sinipád sang búlak. The petals of the flower are dropping off, the flower is falling to pieces. (see púgday).