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mán-og

Hiligaynon

Snake, serpent, viper. (see sawá).



matún-og

Hiligaynon

Dewy, full of dew, dew-drenched, roral, roric, roscid. (see tún-og).


námog

Hiligaynon

(B) Dew. (see tún-og).


ólhot

Hiligaynon

To appear, make one's appearance, pop out (up), shoot out (up) suddenly, unexpectedly. Sa hinálì nagólhot sa masíot nga hilamón ang isá ka mán-og nga dalítan. Suddenly there appeared from among the dense grass a poisonous snake. Suddenly a poisonous snake made its appearance, etc. (see tuáw, tuháw).


ólhot

Hiligaynon

To appear, make one's appearance, pop out (up), shoot out (up) suddenly, unexpectedly. Sa hinálì nagólhot sa masíot nga hilamón ang isá ka mán-og nga dalítan. Suddenly there appeared from among the dense grass a poisonous snake. Suddenly a poisonous snake made its appearance, etc. (see tuáw, tuháw).


panáb-it

Hiligaynon

Freq. of sáb-it-to hang on a peg, etc.


plátano, platanó

Hiligaynon

(Sp. plátano) Banana, plantain. (see ságing, sáb-a).


púnggul

Hiligaynon

To cut off, lop off, decapitate, behead. Punggulá ang ólo sang mán-og. Cut off the head of the snake. Pinunggulán níya ang manók sang íya ólo. He decapitated the chicken. He chopped off the chicken's head. (see pungól).


sáb-a

Hiligaynon

Banana. (see ságing, N.B. In some places sáb-a is used for bananas that are usually boiled before eating, whilst ságing denotes all kinds of bananas).


sáb-an

Hiligaynon

For saubán from saúb-to creep or crawl under, hide beneath. Ginsáb-an siá sang yáwà. He was possessed by the devil, the evil spirit entered into him.


sáb-it

Hiligaynon

To hang on a peg, nail, etc. Isáb-it ang ímo kálò sa lánsang. Hang your hat on the nail. Sab-ití ang lánsang sang ímo báyò. Hang up your jacket on the peg. (see sáng-at, sáklit).


sáb-o

Hiligaynon

Cramps of the stomach; indigestion, dyspepsia; to cause cramps of the stomach. Ginasáb-o siá. He has cramps of the stomach. Sináb-o (nasábo) siá kahápon. Yesterday he had an attack of cramps in the stomach. Silíng níya nga nasáb-o siá, sing ugái apendisítis gid ang íya nga balatían. He says he has cramps of the stomach, whereas in reality he has appendicitis. (see busúg).


sáb-ong

Hiligaynon

A large and thick rope, a cable. (see kalát, káble).


sáb-ong

Hiligaynon

To prepare thread or yarn for weaving on the warping-machine or warping-board. Sab-ongí akó sing duhá ka delárgo. Prepare yarn on the warping-machine sufficient for two pairs of trousers.


sab-ongánan

Hiligaynon

Warping-machine, warping-board.


sábud

Hiligaynon

To sow, broadcast. See sáb-og id. Also: Young rice-plants, rice seedlings. May sábud pa kamó? Have you any rice-seedlings left? Ang ímo sábud matáas na; saráng ka na makatánum. Your rice-seedlings are high now; you can transplant them now. (see sábwag).


sabúd

Hiligaynon

To twist or throw around, pass round, give a turn round, encircle. Isabúd ang kalát sa káhoy. Pass the rope around the tree. Give the rope a turn or two round the tree. Nasábdan ang bagát sang písì. The string was given a few turns round the pole. Sinábdan sang mán-og ang sangá sang káhoy. The snake coiled itself round the branch of the tree.


sábwag

Hiligaynon

To sow, scatter, spread, broadcast. See sáb-og id. Sabwagí nínyo sing búlak ang dálan nga prosesyonán. Scatter flowers on the road during the procession.


sád-ang

Hiligaynon

(B) To place on high, put on; hang up on a peg or nail, put a kettle on a tripod, etc. Isád-ang ang ímo kálò sa lánsang-or-sad-angí ang lánsang sang ímo kálò. Hang your hat on the nail. (see sáb-it, sáng-at).


ságing

Hiligaynon

Banana. (see sáb-a).


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