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bílos

Hiligaynon

(Perhaps from the Sp. velo, velero) A small sailing boat. Indì ka magsakáy sa isá ka bílos. Don't embark in a small sailing-boat.



Dim. of búgà. Like white sandstone: full of such sandstone. Inday, batóna akó, kay malápad ang ákon dútà; bisán bugâbugâ, ápang kargádo sa pasákà. Sweetheart, accept me, for my lands are extensive; they may be full of white sandstone, but they are watered by irrigation.


búlwang

Hiligaynon

To open or break-a dam,-a bank,-a dyke,-a levee; to make a gap in a dyke. Sín-o ang nagbúlwang sang púnud? Who made the breach in the dyke? Ginbúlwang sang túbig ang pasákà. The water made a gap in the irrigation dam. Bulwangí ang kahón sa tungâtúngà sang talámnan. Make an opening in the dyke near the middle of the field. (see búhang, búlhang).


bungálon

Hiligaynon

A kind of grass often cultivated and fed to horses, etc.; zacate. (see kúmpay, sakáte).


buntalán

Hiligaynon

A place or side of a thing open to blows, thrusts, waves, etc. Ang buntalán sang subâ. The bank or side of a river where the current is swiftest. Ang buntalán sang sakayán. The side of a boat beaten against by the waves. The weather-side opposite the lee-side. (see búntal).


buút

Hiligaynon

Also: to be about, be on the point of. Sang buút siá-mamatáy,-magsakáy pa Manílà, etc. When he was-about to die,-on the point of embarking for Manila, etc.


dagát

Hiligaynon

To make seasick. Ginadagát akó. I am seasick. Ang madagatón dagatón gid, bisán hagánhágan ang linggílínggi sang sakayán. One very liable to get seasick will get seasick, even if the boat should roll only a little.


dágpak

Hiligaynon

Matting coated with pitch added to a dug-out to give the boat depth, weather-board; keel, bottom, hold (of a vessel). Sinulúd sang túbig ang sakayán nga may dakû nga búhò sa dágpak sa idálum. The water entered the ship through a large hole in its side (below the water-level).


dái-a

Hiligaynon

To drift, float; bear, carry. (i.e. water bears,-carries). Gindái-a sang balúd ang sakayán nga nalúnud sa binít sang báybay. The waves floated the foundered boat to the water-edge. (see dágsà).


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