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sardínas

Hiligaynon

(Sp. sardina) Sardine. Fish imported in cans. (see tóloy).



húlung

Hiligaynon

To have or emit a strong, pungent, rank, penetrating smell. Iníng mga sardínas nga lináta nagahúlung. These tinned sardines have a strong smell. Nahulúngan akó siníng ísdà. This fish has too penetrating a smell for me.


láng-ig

Hiligaynon

A bad smell as of rotten fish, etc.; to be of evil odour, get or emit a bad smell, stench, stink, smell bad. Nagláng-ig ang salmón, kay dúgay na nga nabukasán ang láta. The salmon smells bad, for it is some time now since the tin was opened. Nalang-igán akó siníng mga sardínas sa láta, kay nagsungáw. It seems to me that the sardines in the tin are rotten, because there was a leak.


tóloy

Hiligaynon

A kind of fish similar to a sardine and often salted. Binóro nga tóloy. Salted tóloy-fish. N.B. As the tóloy is quite common, the term also stands at times for: fashion, vogue, common, vulgar. Ah, tóloy na inâ! Ah, that is the fashion nowadays! That is now quite common or vulgar! (see sardínas, lunák).