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támpok

Hiligaynon

Something set within a hole or opening, as a precious stone or jewel set in a ring, or the like; to fill up, fill in, pile up, fill up a hole with earth, rubbish, etc. Tampokí ang búhò sing mga bató. Fill in the hole with stones. Itámpok iníng dútà sa kalóg. Fill in the ditch with this earth. May támpok nga bató ang íya síngsing. Her ring-has a stone setting,-is set with a jewel (precious stone). (see táp-ok).



halúp

Hiligaynon

Stud, boss, gold-foil, decorations made of gold or silver, gilding, silvering; precious stone set in a ring, etc. (see alóp, halóp, támpok).


lúput

Hiligaynon

To fill, cover (holes, etc.) Lupúti ang búhò sing dútà. Fill up the hole with earth. (see támpok).


mónmon

Hiligaynon

To cover, fill with alluvial matter. Ang dakû nga búhò dirâ sa ubús sang bakólod namonmonán tungúd sang madámol nga ulán. The large hole there at the foot of the hill was filled with alluvium due to the heavy rain. (see láy-on, punô, támpok, táp-ok).


panámpok

Hiligaynon

Freq. of támpok. To fill up a hole; to set a precious stone in a ring, etc. (see panáp-ok).


payópot

Hiligaynon

Stud, boss, bud, knob. (see bókol, bokól, alóp, halúp, támpok, pútot).


sáy-ong

Hiligaynon

Stud, boss, inlay, plating. Ang íya bastón may sáy-ong nga buláwan. His walking stick is inlaid with gold. (see halúp, támpok).


talampúkan

Hiligaynon

Hole, pit, etc. See talap-úkan. (see támpok, táp-ok).


táp-ok

Hiligaynon

To cover with, fill, fill up (a hole, etc.). See támpok id.


alimpásong

Hiligaynon

A hollow, a shallow depression in the soil, in a floor, etc.; hollow, depressed, lower than the surrounding ground; to be or become depressed, etc. Tápana ang mga boklód-bóklod kag tampokán mo ang mga alimpásong, agúd magsaláma ang dútà. Lower the mounds and fill in the hollows in the ground, that the land may become level. (see limpásong, libaón, lúpyak).


bág-as

Hiligaynon

The scar of a cut; pock-marks, the pits of smallpox; to trim or dress by cutting off small pieces, to raze mounds. Bag-así ang káhoy sang dáldag. Dress the wood with the adze. Ibág-as ang wásay sa káhoy. Use the hatchet to trim the wood. Nagsaláma na ang plása, kay nabag-asán ang mga boklódbóklod kag natampokán ang mga limpásong. The public square is level now, for the mounds have been razed and the holes filled up. May bág-as ang íya nawóng. His face is marked (pitted) with small-pox. (see bás-bas).


sápla

Hiligaynon

To graze, slice off the surface, shave off, make a superficial wound with a cutting instrument or the like. Ginsápla níya ang kalabása sang kótsilyo. He pared off the rind of the squash with the knife. Nasápla sang binángon ang ákon bútkon. My arm received a surface wound from the bolo. Saplahá sang sadól ang mga matáas kag tampokán ang mga libaóng, agúd magsaláma ang dútà. Hoe (dig) something off the hillocks and fill in the hollows of the ground, that the land may become level. (see hapáw, báklis, gádras).