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talón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. talón) Stub-book, coupons, book of tickets; heel; to kick. (see tikúd, tíndak).



talón

Hiligaynon

To infect, be contagious. See latón.


tálon

Hiligaynon

Jungle, forest, wild country, unoccupied territory, uncultivated ground, land overgrown with brushwood, thicket. (see talónan, talonánon, talonón).


buláw

Hiligaynon

To throw or cast an evil spell over, to make sick by an evil spell, said by the superstitious to exist in various secret places and mountain recesses. Kon magkádto ka sa mariít nga lugar hípus ka lang, kay, kon dílì, bulawón ka kon mabululáwon (bululáwon) ka. If you go to a haunted place, keep quiet, lest a spell of sickness be cast upon you, if you are liable to be influenced by spells. Binuláw siá, konó, kay nagsínggit sa tálon. He became sick through a spell, they say, because he shouted in the jungle.


gapás

Hiligaynon

Talon, fang, claw, nail; a clutch, clench, firm grip, grasp. Ang kailó nga pisô pinilásan sang matístis nga mga gapás sang isá ka mabangís nga salagyáwan. The poor chicken was wounded by the cruel talons of a ferocious hawk.


katalúnan

Hiligaynon

Jungle, deep forest, bush, wild country, uninhabited territory. (see tálon, katalunánan, )


kokó

Hiligaynon

Nail, hoof, claw, talon.


talónan

Hiligaynon

See tálon. Also: full of jungle, consisting of wild uninhabited country. (see kagulángan).


(Sp. pantalón) Trousers, pants, breeches, especially riding breeches. (see delárgo, sárwal, poróy, bahág).


portalón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. portalón) Gangway, gangplank. (see andámio, latayán, guluwáan).


talonánon

Hiligaynon

Of or pertaining to the jungle, jungle-like, wild, uninhabited.


talóng

Hiligaynon

(H) The egg-plant. (see taróng id.).


talóngtong

Hiligaynon

Second, of the second crop (of beans and peas yielding a second crop in the same year). Amó iní ang talóngtong nga búnga sang kádyos. This is the second crop of cadios-peas. Also: to put on, place on; to add to. (see túngtung, áman).


talonón

Hiligaynon

The wild pig. Nagapangayám silá sing mga talonón. They are hunting wild pigs. (see bakatín, báktin).


arikotóy

Hiligaynon

Under-developed, stunted, injured in growth; to be or become stunted, etc.; not well made or done. Arikotóy nga táo. A man of very low stature, below the normal size. Arikotóy nga trabáho. Clumsy work, a bungling performance. Nagarikotóy ang talóng, kamátis, kamóti, tabákò, etc., kay lakás ang ínit kag kúlang ang ulán. The egg-plants, tomatoes, sweet potatoes, tobacco-plants, etc., were injured in growth by too great heat and lack of rain. (see arí-arí, agíl-agíl).


búngga

Hiligaynon

To jump at, charge, pounce-, swoop down-, upon, make a dash for, but without actually touching the victim. Ginbúngga akó sang amô, idô, báboy, etc. The monkey, dog, pig, made a jump at me. Bunggahá siá sa pagpáhug sa íya. Jump at him in order to intimidate (frighten) him. Binúngga sang talonón ang mangangáyam. The wild pig charged the hunter.


búnyag

Hiligaynon

Watering, spraying, sprinkling; baptism, christening; to water, spray, sprinkle; to baptize, christen. Bunyagí ang mga tanúm. Sprinkle-, water-, the plants. Iníng bátà walâ pa mabunyagí. This child has not yet been baptized. Ibúnyag iníng túbig sa talóng. Sprinkle this water over the egg-plants. Binunyagán nga bátà, tanúm. A baptized baby, a watered plant. (see bautisár).


dúsak

Hiligaynon

To injure, hit, wound, bruise, abrade, excoriate, graze, scratch, lacerate, take the skin off with a blunt-pointed tool or the like. Kon magkáli ka sing kamóti, andamán mo nga índì madúsak. If you dig sweet potatoes, be careful not to injure them. Idúsak iníng tágad sa úlo sang mán-og. Crush the head of the snake with this dibble. Sín-o ang nagdúsak siníng talóng? Who bruised this egg-plant? Húo, kalíhon (kályon) mo lang ang mga patátas, ápang índì mo pagdusákon. Yes, dig out the potatoes, but do not bruise them. (see dús-il, pák-ad, báklis, kúdlit).


gábut

Hiligaynon

To pull-, weed-, root-, pluck-, grub-, up, draw out, extract, eradicate. Gabúta ang mga gámhon. Pull up the weeds. Igábut akó ánay siníng hilamón. Please pluck up this grass for me. Lungálungáa ánay iníng lánsang nga maáwot kag ugáling gabúton mo. Shake this firm nail first to and fro and then draw it out. Nagabútan ang nakawáan sang mga eskwéla sang tanán nga baríri. The school-children weeded out from the Public square all bariri-grass. Gabúti akó sing gútuk sang kamátis, talóng, etc. Pull up by the roots for me some tomato-, egglant-seedlings, etc. (see lúkat, húlbot).


gúkop

Hiligaynon

The calyx or calycle, cup-shaped sepals on the peduncle of some plants. Ang talóng my gúkop. The eggplant has a calycle.


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