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úbi

Hiligaynon

Uvi yam, yam, ubi, an edible tuber belonging to the dioscorea family and growing at times to a large size. There are many varieties: the "kinarabáw, kinárbaw" is of great size and whitish; the "tapól" has a bluish meat; the "tám-is" is sweetish; the "búl-og" grows down deep in the ground; the "likô" is a sort of twisted úbi; the "bagunáw" grows upwards from the ground; the "hilós" is tap-rooted and strikes deep into the soil; the "tayabá" is a kind of small úbi. (see banáyan, buhayán, kamóti).



úbi

Hiligaynon

Uvi yam, yam, ubi, an edible tuber belonging to the dioscorea family and growing at times to a large size. There are many varieties: the "kinarabáw, kinárbaw" is of great size and whitish; the "tapól" has a bluish meat; the "tám-is" is sweetish; the "búl-og" grows down deep in the ground; the "likô" is a sort of twisted úbi; the "bagunáw" grows upwards from the ground; the "hilós" is tap-rooted and strikes deep into the soil; the "tayabá" is a kind of small úbi. (see banáyan, buhayán, kamóti).


úk-uk

Hiligaynon

To enter deep, pierce penetrate. See ók-ok.


úk-uk

Hiligaynon

To enter deep, pierce penetrate. See ók-ok.


útbug

Hiligaynon

To rise, ascend, spread (of smoke, dust, etc.). Bás-an mo ánay sing túbig ang salúg kag ugáling silhigán mo, agúd nga índì makaútbug ang yáb-ok. First sprinkle the floor with water and then sweep it, otherwise the dust will rise. Ginautbugán kitá dirí sang yáb-ok. We are being enveloped here in dust. (see alintabó, timbúok).


útbug

Hiligaynon

To rise, ascend, spread (of smoke, dust, etc.). Bás-an mo ánay sing túbig ang salúg kag ugáling silhigán mo, agúd nga índì makaútbug ang yáb-ok. First sprinkle the floor with water and then sweep it, otherwise the dust will rise. Ginautbugán kitá dirí sang yáb-ok. We are being enveloped here in dust. (see alintabó, timbúok).


yáb-ok

Hiligaynon

Dust, fine dry particles of earth or other material; to be or become dusty. (see gapógapó, tapótapó).


yamuhíng

Hiligaynon

To dirty, stain, soil, sully. (see músing, táp-ing, dágtà, hígkò, lagôlagô).


yúm-uk

Hiligaynon

Softness; to be or become soft, etc. See hómok, lúm-ok.


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