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siláb

Hiligaynon

Scorched, singed, roasted. (see liáb).



sílab

Hiligaynon

(H) To scorch, burn superficially, singe. Nasílab ang íya kílay sang sugâ. His eyebrows were singed by the lamp. (see sírab, ílab, id.).


iláb

Hiligaynon

(H) Roasted, scorched, burnt. (see siláb).


ílab

Hiligaynon

(H) To scorch, roast over a fire, toast, burn superficially. Ilába lang ang maís sa pagbóog, agúd áton makáon sa madalî. Just toast the corn, when you roast it, so that we may be able to eat it soon. Indì mo pagilábon ang kárne, kóndì bóg-on mo sa bága. Do not simply scorch the meat in a flame, but roast it over glowing coals. (see sílab, sírab).


iláb

Hiligaynon

(H) Roasted, scorched, burnt. (see siláb).


ílab

Hiligaynon

(H) To scorch, roast over a fire, toast, burn superficially. Ilába lang ang maís sa pagbóog, agúd áton makáon sa madalî. Just toast the corn, when you roast it, so that we may be able to eat it soon. Indì mo pagilábon ang kárne, kóndì bóg-on mo sa bága. Do not simply scorch the meat in a flame, but roast it over glowing coals. (see sílab, sírab).


írab

Hiligaynon

To scorch, etc. See ílab, sílab.


írab

Hiligaynon

To scorch, etc. See ílab, sílab.


itós

Hiligaynon

To burn, scorch, char, singe. Naitós ang maís sang kaláyo. The corn has been burned by the fire. Indì mo pagitosón ang kárne. Don't scorch the meat. (see ílab, sílab, irót).


itós

Hiligaynon

To burn, scorch, char, singe. Naitós ang maís sang kaláyo. The corn has been burned by the fire. Indì mo pagitosón ang kárne. Don't scorch the meat. (see ílab, sílab, irót).


padáplà

Hiligaynon

To roast meat (of an animal just killed). Magpadáplà kitá ánay sing kárne siníng naíhaw nga báka. Let us roast some meat of this cow that has just been slaughtered. Ginpakán-an níla sa ákon ang íla pinadáplà. They let me partake of their roast meat. They gave me some of their roast meat to eat. Padaplaí man kamí. Roast some meat for us too. (see bóog, íhaw, súgba, sílab, ílab).


pásò

Hiligaynon

To scorch, burn superficially or slightly. Napásò (nagkapásò) ang ákon kamót. My hand has got scorched. Anó ang nakapáso sang ímo kamót? What burned your hand? (see sílab, ílab, irót).


sálay

Hiligaynon

To roast over live coals or a low fire; to spit, put upon a spit, roast on a spit (particularly applied to the bony parts of a slaughtered animal, as the head, ribs, legs). Masálay kitá sing isá ka páa sang báboy. Let us roast a leg of pork. Saláya yanáng mga gósok sang báka. Roast those cow-ribs. Saláyi akó sing pilá gid lang ka gósok sang báboy, kay balónon ko sa buás. Roast just a few ribs of the pig for me, because tomorrow I shall take them along as provisions for the journey. (see bóog, íhaw, asál, sílab, ílab, sánlag, gánggang).


sárab

Hiligaynon

(B) To burn, singe, scorch, roast. (see sílab, sírab).


sírab

Hiligaynon

(B) To scorch, singe, roast. (see ílab, írab, sílab).


súlib

Hiligaynon

To smoke out (bees, etc.); to set fire to cogon-grass, burn out a jungle (kaingín) or the like. (see paasó, sílab, súnug, tútud).


pasilábo

Hiligaynon

See pasilabó.


(H) Caus. of silabó-to stand on end, be erect. Also: to inflame, raise up, encourage, inspire, instigate, incite, warm up.


pasilabút

Hiligaynon

To meddle, interfere, intervene, have to do with, take a hand in, put one's nose in. See pahilabút.


sílaba

Hiligaynon

(Sp. sílaba) Syllable. (see mítlang, kúnlà).


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