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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.



alísbong

Hiligaynon

Odour, smell, scent, perfume, emanation, vapour emanating from the ground, flowers, etc.; to smell, give off a smell, to exhale, be odoriferous. Anáno nga alísbong ang ginabátyag ko dirí? What kind of smell do I notice here? Anó ang nagapangalísbong? What is smelling? Abáw, nagapangalísbong ka ba! Ah, how strong you smell of scent! (see ósbong, súbung, sungáw).


alísngaw

Hiligaynon

Vapour, steam arising from the soil, emanation, effluvium, exhalation, miasma, steam, etc.; to give off vapour, to exhale. Nakahák-on akó sang alísngaw sang dútà. I inhaled the vapours arising from the soil. Ang dútà nga uháw, kon maulanán, magaalísngaw kag magaalísbong (magapangalísbong). The thirsty soil, if rained upon, gives off vapours and odours. (see súbung, ósbong, sungáw, alísbong).


hugáw

Hiligaynon

To leak out, escape (of air, etc.). (see hungáw, sungáw).


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).


ósbong

Hiligaynon

Evaporation, exhalation, emanation, odorous vapour; to exhale, give off an odorous vapour. Nagaósbong ang dútà, kay naulanán. The earth is exhaling a fragrant vapour, for it has been moistened by the rain. Naosbongán akó sang báhò sang tiníg-ang. I smelt the fragrant steam of the boiled (boiling) rice. (see alísngaw, alísbong, sungáw).


ósbong

Hiligaynon

Evaporation, exhalation, emanation, odorous vapour; to exhale, give off an odorous vapour. Nagaósbong ang dútà, kay naulanán. The earth is exhaling a fragrant vapour, for it has been moistened by the rain. Naosbongán akó sang báhò sang tiníg-ang. I smelt the fragrant steam of the boiled (boiling) rice. (see alísngaw, alísbong, sungáw).


palanungáw

Hiligaynon

Evaporation, exhalation, steaming out; itch (as after shaving, etc.). (see sungáw).


panungáw

Hiligaynon

Freq. of sungáw. Exhalation, evaporation, leakage; to evaporate, escape (of gas, steam, odour, etc.).


tugálpò

Hiligaynon

Fizzle; to detonate with a weak report, to fizz out, fizzle (out), emit a dull boom; weak; dull, not loud or far-reaching, (of the report of a gun, etc.). Sa tátlo níla ka lupók duhá lámang ang matúnug, isá ang tugálpò. Of their three shots only two detonated properly, one merely fizzed out. (see búlhot, búrhot, sungáw, dîmatúnug).


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.


pahugáw

Hiligaynon

To let off steam, to let steam or odours escape from a closed receptacle. Pahugawá ang tiníg-ang. Let the steam of the boiling rice escape. (pa, hugáw). (see pahungáw, pasungáw id.).


pií, píi

Hiligaynon

To cover or wrap up well, compress and pack tightly, make compact; to be or make as airproof as possible. Piihón mo ang tabákò sing maáyo, agúd índì makasungáw. Wrap the tobacco up well, that it may not be spoilt through contact with the air. Pilpilí sing bató ang tabákò, agúd magpií (magpíi). Weigh the tobacco down with a stone, that it may pack closely (be compact). (see píot, hugút, pílpil).


táb-ang

Hiligaynon

Lightness, mildness (of wines, spirits, tobacco, etc.); to be or become light, mild. Nagtáb-ang ang lánggaw, kay nagsungáw. The vinegar has become weak, for the air got into it. Natab-angán akó siníng tabákò. This tobacco is too mild for me. (see táhaw).