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súgpà

Hiligaynon

Blood-spitting; to spit blood, vomit-, throw up-, blood. Nagsúgpà siá kahápon. He spit blood yesterday. Ginasúgpà siá. He is subject to blood-spitting. (see kúghad, súka, lúad).



kúghad

Hiligaynon

A noisy, impolite preparation for spitting; to hawk, i.e. to force up phlegm (spittle) from the throat and eject it, to cough in preparation for spitting. Indì ka magkúghad. Don't hawk (spit) with unseemly efforts. Indì mo siá pagkugharán (-adán) sa íya pagkáon, kay básì magalaút ang íya ginháwa kag magasúka siá. Do not hawk during his meal, for he may be sickened and vomit. Nagkúghad siá sing dugô. He coughed up blood. (see úghad, súgpà).


lúad

Hiligaynon

To spit out, cast out of the mouth, eject (unpalatable food, etc.). Ilúad lang ang mapaít nga búnga. Spit out the bitter fruit. Maglúad ka lang sang mga pásì-or-Ilúad mo lang ang mga pásì. Simply spit out the unhulled rice. Indì mo pagluádan sang ímo minamâ ang salúg, kóndì ilúad mo sa bintánà. Don't spit your betelnut quid on the floor, but spit it out of the window. Gintilawán ko iníng kárne kag dáyon nákon ginlúad sa bintánà, kay támà katíg-a. I tasted this meat and immediately spit it out of the window, for it was extremely tough. Sín-o ang nagdúplà dirí kag naglúad sang íya tilád? Who has been spitting and spirting his betelnut juice here? (see dúplà, dulâ, durâ, súka, panúka, súgpà, kúghad, pangúghad).


panúgpà

Hiligaynon

Freq. of súgpà-to spit blood, etc.


kasúgpay

Hiligaynon

Exhaustion, inanition, starvation. (see súgpay, súp-ay).


súgpay

Hiligaynon

To starve, famish, become exhausted (through hunger). (see súpay).