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púngil

Hiligaynon

To chip, break off a bit (piece) of glass, pottery, crockery, or the like. (see písang, píngas, bíngaw).



pungíl

Hiligaynon

Having a bit (piece) broken off; to be chipped, said of glass-ware, pottery and crockery. (see písang, pingás, bingáw).


pungól

Hiligaynon

To break off the neck of a bottle, the fingers, arms or legs of a statue, etc.; to maim, cripple. Napungól (nápngol) ang úlo sang laráwan ni San Bisénte. The head of the statue of St. Vincent broke off. (see píngas, kímpul, púnggul, púngil).