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súgba

Hiligaynon

To chance or happen to be present, attend. Nakasúgba siá sa katipúnan sang mga índì sa íya nga búnghay. He happened to be present at a meeting of men that were not of his party. (see támbong).



súgba

Hiligaynon

To throw into the fire, scorch, singe, roast. Isúgba ang papél, kárne, etc. sa kaláyo. Throw the paper, meat, etc. into the fire. (see bóog, íhaw).


bóog

Hiligaynon

(B) To roast-, bake-, broil-, over live coals. Bóg-a (boóga) ang kamóti. Bake the sweet potato. Bóg-i (boógi) akó sing kárne, ísdà, ságing, maís, etc. Roast some meat, fish, bananas, corn, etc. for me. Ibóog akó ánay siníng maís. Kindly roast this corn for me. Maís nga binóog, unúd nga binóog, etc. Roast-corn,-meat, etc. (see íhaw, súgba).


láp-og

Hiligaynon

Put in, or on, the fire. Iláp-og ang ísdà. Put the fish in the fire. (see dáp-ung, súgba, bóog, íhaw).


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).


subá-súba

Hiligaynon

A small, white-winged moth. (see sugbá-súgba).


sugbá-súgba

Hiligaynon

A white moth. (see subásúba id.). Also: a turn-coat, changeling, waverer, one who easily changes his faith, opinion, friends, etc.


anunúgba

Hiligaynon

A white-winged moth. (see subásúba, sugbásúgba).