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antó-os

Hiligaynon

The smell of burning or scorching food; to emit such a smell. Nagaantó-os ang tiníg-ang. There is a smell of burning coming from the boiling rice. Ginaanto-osán akó sang tinóla. It seems to me that the vegetables are being scorched. (see ángtod, ánta, ántod, all having the same meaning).



bagéu

Hiligaynon

Spoilt, rotten, decayed, putrid, tainted (of foodstuffs); to get spoilt, etc. (of food-stuffs). Nagbagéu ang ísdà, kán-on, tinóla, etc. The fish, rice, vegetable dish, etc. spoiled. Indì mo pagpabageuón (pagpabagewón) ang ísdà. Do not allow the fish to go rotten. (see pán-os, báng-og).


bahít

Hiligaynon

(B) To remove from the fire, etc. See bák-it. Bahitá ang kaláhà. Take the pan off the fire. Bahití siá sing isá ka kaláhà. Take one pan off the fire for him. Ibahít akó ánay sang kólon nga may tinóla. Kindly remove (for me) from the fire the pot containing the side-dish.


bukálwà

Hiligaynon

To issue, come forth, spill, flow over. Nagabukálwà ang túbig. The water is being spilled or is flowing over. Nagbukálwà ang íya láway. Saliva flowed from his mouth (in a stream). Dílì mo pagpabukalwaón ang tinóla. Don't spill the sauce of the side-dish. Pabukalwaí ang báso sing diótay nga túbig, agúd magtínlò ang íya bibíg. Spill a little water from the glass, so that its edge may become clean. Pinabukalwaán níla ang lamésa sing tínta. They spilt some ink on the table. (see álwak, ályak, úlyas, úlyak).


dugô

Hiligaynon

Blood, gore; to bleed, stain or mix with blood. Ang íya nga pilás nagdugô sing támà. His wound bled terribly. Nadugoán ang ákon báyò. My jacket was stained with blood. Gindugo-án sang kosinéro ang tinóktok nga báboy. The cook mixed the minced pork with blood, put some blood into the minced pork. Ari (dirí) ang isá ka botílya nga dugô sang báboy; idugô iní sa tinóla. Here is a bottle of pig's blood; mix it with the sauce or broth.


galó

Hiligaynon

A ladleful; to lade, ladle, dip, spoon or draw out with a ladle or dipper, scoop up. Ang manuglútò nagagaló na sang tinóla. The cook has begun to ladle out the side-dish. Gálwi (galohí) akó sing isá ka galó nga kán-on, sópas, sabáw, etc. Give me a ladleful of rice, soup, broth, etc. Igaló akó ánay siníng tinóla nga natigána sa mga dumulúaw. Please ladle out this side-dish for the visitors. Ginálwan akó ni Fuláno sing kárne nga laúya. N.N. scooped out for me some boiled meat. Indì ka magsabát, kay básì magálwan man ikáw. Don't say a word or you may catch it, (receive a scolding or the like). (see sarók, kándus).


hámgud

Hiligaynon

To strip small flowers or leaves off the stalk by passing them through the closed hand or fingers. Hamgurá (-udá) lang ang balúnggay, kay ilúnud ko sa tinóla. Strip the balunggay-leaves, for I am going to put them into the sauce (stew). Hamgurí akó sing dáhon sang gawáygáway. Strip me some gawáygáway-leaves. Ihámgud akó sing pilá ka búlak sang kadenadeamór. Please strip off for me some flowere of the cadena de amor.


lamód

Hiligaynon

Mixture, addition, ingredient; to mix with, add to. May lamód nga maís ang ínyo kán-on? Has your rice an admixture of corn? Iníng tsokoláte may lamód nga maní. This chocolate is mixed with peanuts. Lamodí (-orí) ang bugás sing maís. Mix the rice with corn. Ilamód iníng balúnggay sa tinóla. Put these balúnggay-leaves into the sauce. Lamodá (-orá) ang mónggo kag kadyós. Mix monggo-and cadios-peas together. (see lakót, sámò, símbug, lángkay, lákay, símpon, etc.).


lángkay

Hiligaynon

An addition, mixture; to mingle, mix, add to. May lángkay ang áton tinóla? Has our side-dish any admixture (of fish, meat, etc.)? Langkayí ang útan sing hípon. Add some hípon-fish to the vegetables. Indì mo pagilángkay iníng mga butáng sa ámon sugilánon. Do not introduce these things into our conversation. (see lákay, lakót, sakót, símbug, sámò, símpon, súbak, dúgang).


latô

Hiligaynon

(B) To guess, conjecture, divine, surmise, assume, suppose, believe. Latoá or lát-a kon anó ang binakál ko. Guess what I have bought. Makalatô ka kon anó ang áton tinóla sa panyága? Can you guess what our side-dish will be for dinner? Ginlatô níya ang paratkónon (paktákon) nga ginpalatô ko sa íya. He solved the riddle I had proposed to him for solution. (see pakót, lágpat, mái-om, sát-um).


lúpos

Hiligaynon

To pervade, impregnate, season, flavour, give a relish to, applied especially to salt put as a seasoning into liquid side-dishes. Ang ginamós walâ makalúpos sang tinóla. The salt-fish did not give a flavour to the side-dish (too little of it having been put in).


masápnot

Hiligaynon

Rough, difficult of passage; not easy to swallow. Masápnot ang kán-on nga maitúm, labí na gid, kon walâ sing tinóla. Black rice is difficult to swallow, especially, if there is no side-dish with sauce. Masápnot iníng dálan sa paggúyud, sing kawáyan. This road is difficult to get through when hauling bamboo. (sápnot).


padánlug

Hiligaynon

To make slippery. Padanlugá ang dálan. Make the road slippery. Padanlogí ang tinóla sing tagábang. Make the side-dish slippery, i.e. easy to swallow, by putting in some tagábang-leaves. (pa, dánlug).


pápà, pâpâ

Hiligaynon

Hammer; to hammer, strike with a hammer; to strike, slap (with the hand). Pàpaá (Papáa) ang lánsang. Hammer the nail. Pàpai (Papái) akó sing áhos, kay ilakót ko sa tinóla. Crush (by hammering) some garlic for me and I shall mix it with the side-dish. (see pípì, pîpî).


sarîsárì

Hiligaynon

Various, divers, assorted, mingled, varied, diverse, diversified, mixed. Sarîsárì nga mga puní ang ginbutáng níla sa árko. They put varied decorations on the arch. Manugbalígyà sang sarîsárì nga mga butáng. A vender of various (different) kinds of goods. Ginsarîsárì níla ang pagpínta. They painted in variegated colours. Sarîsaría ang tinóla sa panyága. Make several kinds of side-dishes for dinner.


súbak

Hiligaynon

(H) To add or mix with, put in, especially to put meat or fish into a vegetable side-dish, sauce, etc. Subáki ang tinóla sing ginamós. Put some pickled fish into the vegetable dish. Isúbak iníng ísdà sa sabáw. Mix this fish with the sauce. (see lángkay, lakót).


túla

Hiligaynon

To cook (boil) vegetables, etc. See tóla, tinóla.


únaw

Hiligaynon

To salt, flavour, season, put salt into soup, or the like. Unáwi ang sópas, tinóla, etc. Salt the soup, the dish of vegetables, etc. (see unáw, asín).


únaw

Hiligaynon

To salt, flavour, season, put salt into soup, or the like. Unáwi ang sópas, tinóla, etc. Salt the soup, the dish of vegetables, etc. (see unáw, asín).


útan

Hiligaynon

Any kind of vegetable including legumes, tubers, salads, etc.; to boil or cook vegetables. Utánon mo iníng dágmay, balúnggay, alugbáti, etc. Cook this dágmay, these balúnggay-leaves, these alugbáti-shoots, etc. (see ulutanón, láswa, tóla, túla, tinóla, lapó, tanók).


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