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lápgot

Hiligaynon

To suck, be suckled, imbibe. Ang tínday nagalápgot sing gátas, ang báka ginalapgotán sang íya nga tínday. The calf is sucking. The cow is suckling her calf. (see lótgot, súpsup, súyup, hígup, yúpyup).



lótgot

Hiligaynon

To suck, move the lips as if sucking. Linótgot (linotgotán) sang bátà ang ákon túdlò. The baby sucked my finger, sucked at my finger. Lotgotá (lotgotí) lang ang butóngbútong. Just suck the butóngbútong-candy. (see súpsup, súyup).


súyup

Hiligaynon

To sip or suck through a small aperture or tube, or the like; to absorb, imbibe, suck up. Suyúpa ang butóng. Sip the coconut milk. Ginsúyup níya ang ítlog nga hiláw. He sucked the raw egg. Ipasúyup sa bátà iníng gátas. Let the baby suck this milk. Suyúpa ang túbo túbtub nga maggwâ ang túbig. Suck the (air out of the) pipe till the water flows. (see súpsup, sópsop, hígop, yúpyup, sírib, láklak).


bíntig

Hiligaynon

To break-, twist-, knock-, snap-, off a piece or the extreme point of a thing. Bintigí ánay ang bagúngon kag ugáling supsupón. First break off the end of the shell of the bagúngon-snail and then suck it out.


pín-ot

Hiligaynon

Tightness; to tighten, make compact or tight, so that air or fluids cannot pass at all or only with difficulty. Dílì mo pagpin-otón ang pagdúbla sang tabákò, agúd índì akó pagpin-otán sa pagsúpsup. Do not roll the tobacco-leaves (cigar) too tight for otherwise it will be difficult for me to draw (smoke) the cigar. Nagpín-ot ang dúghan ko, nga daw dílì akó makaginháwa. My chest feels tight, so that I can scarcely breathe.