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púsong

Hiligaynon

A liar, boaster, braggart, teller of invented stories; one who builds castles in the air; to tell stories, etc. (see hásò, ginaóng, úsung).



papusóng-púsong

Hiligaynon

To boast, brag, tell lies or stories. (see úsung, pinúsung).


pinúsong

Hiligaynon

Bosh, twaddle, foolish or silly talk, nonsense; to talk nonsense, etc. (see púsong).


Lying, boasting, bragging; to lie, make up a plausible story, to brag, boast. Indì ka gánì magpinúsong, kóndì sugíri kamí sang kamatuóran. Don't make up a story of your own, but tell us the truth. (see úsung, púsong, papusóngpúsong).


úsung

Hiligaynon

(B) A boaster, braggart, liar; cheat, rogue, rascal; clown, buffoon. (From Usung, Osong-a famous and very popular character of folk-lore who played many a prank on high and low; (in (H) Púsong, Huán Púsong)). Pausúng-úsung-to lie, tell stories, cheat, pretend to be very ignorant, etc. in imitation of the exploits of Usung. (see púsong).


úsung

Hiligaynon

(B) A boaster, braggart, liar; cheat, rogue, rascal; clown, buffoon. (From Usung, Osong-a famous and very popular character of folk-lore who played many a prank on high and low; (in (H) Púsong, Huán Púsong)). Pausúng-úsung-to lie, tell stories, cheat, pretend to be very ignorant, etc. in imitation of the exploits of Usung. (see púsong).