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pamúlung

Hiligaynon

(H) Freq. of búlung-to spin, etc.



pamúlung

Hiligaynon

(H) See pamúlong.


pamulúng

Hiligaynon

Freq. of bulúng. To doctor, be a physician, practise medicine, etc.


pamulúng

Hiligaynon

To stare at, to gape, etc. See pamalúng.


bulúng

Hiligaynon

Medicine, physic, simple, drug, potion, draught, treatment, nostrum, remedy for a wound or disease; to doctor, heal, physic, cure, apply a remedy, treat a patient, give medicine. May bulúng ikáw sa pilás? Have you a remedy for a wound? Ibulúng mo sa íya iníng ilímnon. Give this draught to him as a remedy. Búlnga siá. Give him medicine. Heal him. Treat him. Mapabulúng siá sa Ilóngílong. He is going to see a doctor-or-to get treatment in Iloilo. Ipabulúng ko siá sa hospitál. I shall send him for treatment to the hospital. Sín-o ang nagabulúng sa íya? Who is treating him? Sa tanán nga mga balatían may bulúng, ápang sa kamatáyón walâ. For all bodily ills there is a remedy, but none for death. (Pamulúng-the Freq. of bulúng).


m

Hiligaynon

The letter "M" in Visayan is pronounced as in English. The letter "M" is one of the labials b, p, m, and as it is the easiest to pronounce, it often takes the place of the other two:

1) after the prefixes pan-, man-, magapan-, etc. But note that the final "n" of these prefixes is dropt, e.g. pamulúng (pan-, bulúng); pamúlong (pan-, púlong), etc. etc.

2) after the prefixes hi-and ha-, e.g. himungá (hi-, búnga); himúlbul (hi-, búlbul); hamulák (ha-, búlak); hámtang (ha-, butáng), etc. etc.


malóng

Hiligaynon

(B) See pamulúng-to stare or gape at with open mouth (in disappointment, failure, or the like). Namalóng akó, kay walâ akó makadayón pakádto sa Ilóngílong. I am (was) greatly disappointed, because, after all, I could not go to Iloilo (as intended). Namalóng akó, kay walâ akó makatámbong dídto tungúd sang madámol nga ulán. I was sorely disappointed (I could go and whistle for it), because the heavy shower of rain prevented me from being present there. (see gamón).


palamúlngan

Hiligaynon

(H) Hospital, infirmary. See bulúlngan. (see pamulúng, bulúng).


pamalúng

Hiligaynon

Freq. of palóng. Also: to look or stare about one with gaping mouth after having missed or lost something or in disappointment at the failure of obtaining a desired object. Sang pagabút níya sa dungkáan namalúng siá nga daw lipóng sa kasákit, kay ang sakayánhúlas naghalín na. When he arrived at the harbour he stood there (staring with) gaping (mouth) like one stunned with grief, because the steamer had left. (see pamusímusí, pamulúng).


pamúrung

Hiligaynon

(B) See pamúlung.


pamusí-musí

Hiligaynon

To gape, stare in wonder, look about with wide open eyes, show surprise or disappointment by opening the eyes wide. (see pamúlung).


ulalóng

Hiligaynon

To weave cloth (particularly for skirts called patádyong); to spin cotton or wool in a primitive way by hand without a spindle. Ulalongá ang búrak kang búrak (búlak sang búlak). Spin the cotton wool by hand. (see habúl, pamúlung, pamúrung).


ulalóng

Hiligaynon

To weave cloth (particularly for skirts called patádyong); to spin cotton or wool in a primitive way by hand without a spindle. Ulalongá ang búrak kang búrak (búlak sang búlak). Spin the cotton wool by hand. (see habúl, pamúlung, pamúrung).


pamulúngon

Hiligaynon

(H) Speech, utterance, say, flow; of words; to speak, say. (see himulúngon, pululungón).