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síbwal

Hiligaynon

To flare or shoot up high (of fire). See íbwal.



íbwal

Hiligaynon

To flare or shoot up high, flame, blaze, rise (of fire). Nagaíbwal na ang kaláyo. The fire is flaring up. Naibwalán sang kaláyo ang atóp sang digamohán. The fire shot up to the roof of the kitchen. Indì mo pagpaibwalón ang kaláyo. Don't allow the fire to blaze. (see síbwal id.).


íbwal

Hiligaynon

To flare or shoot up high, flame, blaze, rise (of fire). Nagaíbwal na ang kaláyo. The fire is flaring up. Naibwalán sang kaláyo ang atóp sang digamohán. The fire shot up to the roof of the kitchen. Indì mo pagpaibwalón ang kaláyo. Don't allow the fire to blaze. (see síbwal id.).


timbúok

Hiligaynon

To rise, whirl up (of dust, smoke); to blaze, flare up (of fire); to spurt, spirt, issue in a stream or jet (of water); to rise high, go up straight and high into the air (of stones, balls, etc. thrown up). (see tíb-ok, túb-ok, alintabó, síbwal, íbwal, táyog).


túbuk

Hiligaynon

To shoot up, rise, etc. See túb-ok, timbúok, alintabó, síbwal, etc.