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pabukál

Hiligaynon

Cause. of bukál-to boil, etc. Pabukalá ang túbig. Bring the water to the boil. Boil the water. See that the water is altogether boiling. Pabukalí akó sing túbig. Boil some water for me.



tanók

Hiligaynon

The cooking or boiling of tubers, bananas, or the like; to boil tubers, etc. Ságing, maís, úbi, etc. nga tinanók. Boiled bananas, corn, úbi, etc. Tánki (tángki, tanokí) akó sing kamóti. Boil me some sweet potatoes. Tánka (Tángka) ang úbi, buhayán, etc. Boil the úbi, buhayán, etc. Iníng sárì nga ságing manámit gid kon tánkon, apáng malás-ay kon kán-on nga hiláw. This variety of bananas is very nice (tasty) when boiled, but insipid when eaten raw. (see talangkúnon, lâgâ, lapó, laúya, tíg-ang, bakól, bukál, pabukál).


bukálwà

Hiligaynon

To issue, come forth, spill, flow over. Nagabukálwà ang túbig. The water is being spilled or is flowing over. Nagbukálwà ang íya láway. Saliva flowed from his mouth (in a stream). Dílì mo pagpabukalwaón ang tinóla. Don't spill the sauce of the side-dish. Pabukalwaí ang báso sing diótay nga túbig, agúd magtínlò ang íya bibíg. Spill a little water from the glass, so that its edge may become clean. Pinabukalwaán níla ang lamésa sing tínta. They spilt some ink on the table. (see álwak, ályak, úlyas, úlyak).


inutús

Hiligaynon

The expressed juice of the sugar-cane. Pabukalá ang inutús. Boil the sugar-cane juice. (see utús, íntus).


inutús

Hiligaynon

The expressed juice of the sugar-cane. Pabukalá ang inutús. Boil the sugar-cane juice. (see utús, íntus).