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sungî

Hiligaynon

Hare-lipped, having a hare-lip; having a slit nose (of buffaloes, etc.).



súngì

Hiligaynon

To be or become hare-lipped or slit-nosed. Nasúngì iníng karabáw, kay nahigót kag ginsúngay sang isá. This buffalo had its nose slit, for it was tied up and another buffalo attacked it with its horns.


bungî

Hiligaynon

Hare-lipped. See sungî, ongî.


bungíl

Hiligaynon

Hare-lip; hare-lipped. (see ongî, sungí, óngì, súngì).


ongî

Hiligaynon

Hare-lipped, having a hare-lip. See sungî.


óngì

Hiligaynon

To be or become hare-lipped. (see súngì).


ongî

Hiligaynon

Hare-lipped, having a hare-lip. See sungî.


óngì

Hiligaynon

To be or become hare-lipped. (see súngì).


hungáw

Hiligaynon

Pervious to air or odour, not air-tight, leaky, porous; to be pervious to air, smell, etc. Nagahungáw ang bíno sa botílya. The smell of the wine is escaping through the bottle. Sungsungí ang botílya sing maáyo, agúd nga índì maghungáw ang bínò. Cork the bottle well, lest air should come in contact with the wine. Ginhungawán kamí dídto sang báhò sang ginamús nga sa sulúd sang pasók. We were annoyed there by the smell of salt fish coming from the bamboo-receptacle. Hungáw nga paníngug. A sound or voice that escapes, a piercing shriek. (see sungáw).


kinabátà

Hiligaynon

Childhood, pertaining to childhood or to children, childlike, childish, silly; from childhood, since one's birth. Ang pagkasungî sináng táo kinabátà níya. That man-is hare-lipped from his birth,-was born hare-lipped. (see bátà, bataón).


lád-ang

Hiligaynon

To become weak, flat, light or vapid, lose-strength,-flavour,-bouquet. Naglád-ang ang bíno, lánggaw, etc., kay walâ pagsungsungí ang botílya. The wine has lost its flavour, the vinegar has lost its strength, etc., because the bottle is not corked. Naladangán akó siníng serbésa. It seems to me this beer has gone flat. (see táhaw, táb-ang).


sungáw

Hiligaynon

Leaking, escaping (of steam, vapour, odour); not air-tight, not closed well (of bottles, barrels, etc.); to escape, leak, to admit air, be not airtight, to become weak or spoilt by exposure to air. Sungáw (Nagsungáw) ang bulúng sa sulúd sináng botílya. The smell of the medicine in that bottle is filling the air. The medicine in that bottle is spoilt (not having been closed well). Sungsungí ang tolotádyaw sing hugút, nga índì magsungáw. Cork (Close) the vial tight-to keep out air,-lest air should get in. Nasungawán akó sang báhò sang bulúng. I noticed the smell of the medicine escaping from its receptacle.


súngsung

Hiligaynon

Cork, stopper, stopple, bung; to cork, stopple, close a bottle, etc. Sungsungí ang botílya. Cork the bottle. Isúngsung sa botílya iníng papél. Use this paper as a cork for the bottle.