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talónan

Hiligaynon

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



kaingín

Hiligaynon

Practice and result of jungle-burning, burned clearing, clearing; to burn or fire a piece of grass-land, jungle or mountainside. Nagakaingín silá dídto sa bakólod. They are burning (or firing) the grass there on the hill. Kaíngna (kainginá) iníng talónan. Set fire to this jungle. (see tútud, súnug).


kapáas

Hiligaynon

To perish, disappear. Nagakapáas na ang mga talonón sa talónan. The wild pigs are disappearing from the forests. Tungúd sang madámù nga mga mangangáyam nagkapáas na ang talonón sa sinâ nga búkid. On account of the great number of hunters the wild pigs have now ceased to exist on that mountain. (see pápas, púas, pánas).


tálon

Hiligaynon

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


talonánon

Hiligaynon

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