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supâ

Hiligaynon

To chew food for a child, etc. Ginsúp-an (Ginsupaán) níya sing sinánlag nga maís ang íya bátà. She chewed some roast corn and then fed her child with it. Hatági ang bátà sang ímo sinupâ. Give the baby some of the food you have chewed. (see símpà).



símpà

Hiligaynon

(Probably a contr. of sinupâ) Cud, quid, especially of betelnut chewing. (see supâ, mamâ, minamâ).


upâ, úpà

Hiligaynon

To chew food before giving it to a small child. Upaí ang bátà. Chew the food for the baby. Upaá ang kán-on, lubí, etc. Chew the rice, the coconut meat, etc. (see supâ, símpà).


upâ, úpà

Hiligaynon

To chew food before giving it to a small child. Upaí ang bátà. Chew the food for the baby. Upaá ang kán-on, lubí, etc. Chew the rice, the coconut meat, etc. (see supâ, símpà).


súpang

Hiligaynon

Physical development, growth approaching puberty; to develop, grow, approach puberty. Madámù ang íya káon, kay nagasúpang na. He eats much, for he is growing (developing).


súpas

Hiligaynon

Soup; bread for soup. See sópas.


súpat

Hiligaynon

The grain of wood, meat, leather, skin, etc.; exterior aspect, form, appearance, figure. (see dágway, báynon, gwâ).


bákal

Hiligaynon

Sap-wood, alburnum, the outer and softer layer of wood in timber, easily recognized by its lighter colour. (N.B. Heart-wood, the inner and harder part is called "tugás". "Bákal" and "tugás" together, without the bark, are called "súpat".


hingulúsgan

Hiligaynon

(H) To be in full bloom or strength, developing well. Nagahingulúsgan ang íya pagsúpang. He is in his best growing years, is developing well into manhood. (see kusúg).


hinupáng

Hiligaynon

To grow or develop well, to eat much, (as a growing youth). Nagahinupáng siá. He is growing well, eating much. (see súpang).


panúpang

Hiligaynon

Freq. of súpang-to develop, etc.


salómo

Hiligaynon

To go against the grain of, to do something in spite of opposition or danger. Ginsalómo níya ang súpat sang káhoy sa pagsapíyo. He planed the wood against the grain. Salomóha lang ang mga bála, kay kon maáyo ang kapaláran mo maluás man ikáw gihápon. Simply defy the bullets-or-go in the direction from which the bullets come, for, if you are lucky (if the fates are kind, if such is your destiny, if the fates have so decreed), you will escape anyhow. (sarómo id.).


súgpay

Hiligaynon

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