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pugá

Hiligaynon

A hard clod-, clump-, lump-, of earth. Podporá ang mga pugá. Crumble the lumps of earth. Magakalapódpod gid yanáng mga pugá kon ulanán sing madámol. Those clods of earth will crumble under a heavy shower of rain. (see parák, padák, bilóg).



púgà

Hiligaynon

To compress or wring out. Magpúgà ka sang túbig (púg-on (pugáon) mo ang túbig) gíkan sa panápton. Wring (Press) out the water from the clothes. Púg-i (Pugái) ang panápton. Wring-out the clothes,-the clothes dry.


dáay

Hiligaynon

A lump or clod of earth. (see pugá, dúl-ay).


dúl-ay

Hiligaynon

Clod, lump, mass (of earth, etc.). (see pugá, píghol, dáay).


kapólpog

Hiligaynon

To crumble, fall to pieces, said of clods of earth, or the like. Nagakapólpog ang pugá. The clod of earth is crumbling. (see pólpog).


lábag

Hiligaynon

To twist, turn, screw, wring, wrench. Karón labágon ko ang líog mo. In a moment I will wring your neck. Ilábag akó sang ákon mga linábhan. Kindly wring the wash for me. Indì ka makalábag sinâ. You cannot twist that. (see lúbag, pugâ, lúbid).


líbag

Hiligaynon

To twist, turn. (see lábag, lúbag, pugâ).


píghol

Hiligaynon

Hardened or lumpy rice; clod, lump, cluster, mass (of rice, earth, or the like, sticking together). (see bigól, púg-a, pugá).


púg-a

Hiligaynon

Difficult to swallow; a soft or very brittle lump of earth, sand, sugar, etc.; to be or become difficult to swallow, etc. (see pugá, bigól, pígol, píghol, bilóg).


púg-on

Hiligaynon

From púgà-to wring out, etc.


pugâ-púgà

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of púgà-to wring out, etc.


pugá-púga

Hiligaynon

(B) To hurry, speed up, hustle, work hard, apply oneself to with vigour or energy. Ginpugápúga níya ang íya aradohón kag sang pagkatápus nagpabánwa siá sa pagtán-aw sang kátay. He ploughed with great energy and then went to town to see the parade (procession). (see dalî, dásig, písan, úkud).


púgday

Hiligaynon

Piece, part, crumb; to fall to (go to) pieces, disintegrate, crumble, break up, break asunder (of clods of earth, lumps of salt or sugar, etc.). Napúgday (Nagkapúgday) na ang mga pugá sa inaradóhan, kay naulanán sing madámol. The clods of earth in the ploughed field have crumbled, because they have been soaked with rain. Pugdayá ang bilóg nga kalámay. Crush the lump of sugar.


tagámhay

Hiligaynon

Small, little, tiny; fine, good (of soil); to be or become small, etc. Lígsa ang dútà, agúd magtagámhay ang mga pugá. Harrow the field so that the clods may by broken up small. (see tagámbay).


dalapúgan

Hiligaynon

Hearth, fireplace, kitchen, stove. (see dapóg, digamohán, lulutoán, sun-adán).


dampúgan

Hiligaynon

Overshadowing, lowering, threatening, terrible, fearful, awful, terrific, gigantic; of evil omen or impending misfortune. (see dámpug, makahahádluk, makakulúgmat, makalilísang).


pugaáng

Hiligaynon

Very red, bright red, conspicuous from afar. (see pulá, pulagáng, dagáang, dagángdang).


pugaás

Hiligaynon

To shout, vociferate, yell, holla, give-, raise-a yell or a shout. (see pagaás, pugaít, sínggit, turayáw).


púgad

Hiligaynon

A nest; to make a nest, nestle, build a nest. Ang mga píspis nagapúgad sa káhoy. Birds build their nests in trees. Ang kalabánan sináng mga káhoy pinugáran sang mga píspis. Most of these trees are full of birds' nests, are the nesting places of birds.


pugadán

Hiligaynon

Nest, breeding place, hen-nest, etc. (see pugarán id.).


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