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bélo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. velo) Veil; the veiling of the bride and bridegroom during the nuptial Mass; to veil. Himósa ang mga bélo nga ibélo sa buás sa tátlo ka kalasálon. Get the veils ready for the three couples that are going to be married tomorrow. Ang mga bálo nga nabelóhan na sang úna níla nga pagpakasál índì na mabelóhan. Widows that received the nuptial blessing at their first marriage cannot receive it again. (see tabón, kúnop, takuróng).



kódong

Hiligaynon

A cloth to cover the head with, head-cover; to cover the head with any kind of cloth. Kodóngi ang úlo mo sang pányo. Cover your head with the kerchief. Kodóngi ang bátà. Cover the child's head. Pakodóngi ang bátà. Have the child's head covered. Ipakódong sa íya iníng tuálya. Cover his head with this towel. (see tákdong, takuróng).


mantelyína

Hiligaynon

(Sp. mantellina) Mantilla, a woman's head-shawl, woman's veil. (see kúnop, kúmbung, takuróng, tákdong, kúdong).


pudóng

Hiligaynon

A turban, head-cloth; to turban, wrap a cloth around the head. Pudongí ang ólo mo. Cover your head with a cloth. Ipudóng sa ólo mo iníng pányò. Put this cloth or handkerchief on your head. (see tabón, tábon, kódong, tákdong, takuróng).


sosoón

Hiligaynon

To cover the head against rain or sun, especially said of women loosening their skirt and putting it over their head. Magsosoón ka lang, kay magaulán. Cover your head (with your skirt), for it is coming on to rain. (see tákdung, kódong, takuróng).


tákdung

Hiligaynon

To cover (the head, etc.). (see takuróng, kódong, tábon, tútub, tutúb, sosoón).


túka

Hiligaynon

(Sp. toca) Bonnet, hood, coif, headdress. (see kálò, takuróng).