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púsnga

Hiligaynon

To breathe through the nostrils, snort, emit (eject) air with some force through the nostrils, as an angry buffalo, or the like. Ginpusngahán siá sang karabáw. The buffalo got wild and snorted at him. Kon magpúsnga ang karabáw madalî na lang inâ manúngay. If a buffalo snorts in anger it will soon start attacking with its horns.



ambohóng

Hiligaynon

To snort, blow air through the nose in anger or discontent, to grumble, murmur, complain. Indì ka magambohóng. Don't grumble. Anó ang ímo ginaambohóng? Why are you murmuring-or-complaining? Indì mo akó pagambohongán. Don't murmur against me-or-in my presence, (see púsnga-to blow air through the nose as an angry buffalo does).


ósngad

Hiligaynon

To force air through the nose, as done by one who dislikes a smell, to snort. Nagaósngad siá, kay dílì níya maíro ang báhò sináng mga siápò. He is blowing through his nose, for he cannot stand the smell of those crushed sugarcane stalks. Ginosngarán nákon ang báhò sináng mga ísdà. The smell of that fish made me snort. (see úsngad, púsnga).


ósngad

Hiligaynon

To force air through the nose, as done by one who dislikes a smell, to snort. Nagaósngad siá, kay dílì níya maíro ang báhò sináng mga siápò. He is blowing through his nose, for he cannot stand the smell of those crushed sugarcane stalks. Ginosngarán nákon ang báhò sináng mga ísdà. The smell of that fish made me snort. (see úsngad, púsnga).


pasóng-pasóng

Hiligaynon

(B) To pant, gasp for breath, breathe heavily, as one exhausted with running or overexertion. (see hápò, hímpok, hángos, púsnga).


úsngad

Hiligaynon

To snort, blow air through the nose, as one expelling, or trying to avoid breathing, a bad smell, etc. (see púsnga, lághong, sámbo).


úsngad

Hiligaynon

To snort, blow air through the nose, as one expelling, or trying to avoid breathing, a bad smell, etc. (see púsnga, lághong, sámbo).