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ubág

Hiligaynon

Only the form paubág is in general use in the meaning of: to yield, give way, back down, give in, submit. Indì siá magpaubág. He does not want to-yield,-give way,-submit. Walâ silá magpaubág sa íla nga tindógan. They did not-, would not-, surrender. They held their ground (position). (see pasúpil, patubúk, patubalíng).



ubág

Hiligaynon

Only the form paubág is in general use in the meaning of: to yield, give way, back down, give in, submit. Indì siá magpaubág. He does not want to-yield,-give way,-submit. Walâ silá magpaubág sa íla nga tindógan. They did not-, would not-, surrender. They held their ground (position). (see pasúpil, patubúk, patubalíng).


súpil

Hiligaynon

To overpower, conquer, outdo, win, beat, defeat, vanquish, overthrow, overcome. (see pasúpil, ubág, tubalíng, paubág, patubalíng).


hubág

Hiligaynon

(H) Swelling, boil, ulcer, tumour; to swell, bulge. Nagahubág ang íya kamót. His hand is swollen. Ginhubagán ang íya bútkon. His arm swelled up. Pahubagá lang ang ímo hubág túbtub nga magbúswang kag ugáling búlngon. Just let your boil swell till it bursts, then apply remedies. Nahubág ang padér, pángpang, etc. The stone wall, river-bank etc. bulged (and broke down).


hubág

Hiligaynon

Landslide; to cave in, crumble, fall down. (see típhag, dálhay).


kubág

Hiligaynon

To float, swim on the surface. Ang tápas nagakubág sa túbig. Coconut husks float on the water. (see kutáw, lutáw, utáwútaw, kubáw).


lúbag

Hiligaynon

To twist, wring, turn. Lubága ang diróskas, ang kalát, etc. Turn the screw, twist the rope, etc. Lubági akó siníng sókdap kay ihigót ko sa kodál. Twist this split bamboo for me, for I am going to tie the fence with it. Ilúbag akó siníng sâsâ. Twist these buri-fibres for me. Hípus ka, kay kon dílì lubágon ko ang líog mo. Be silent, otherwise I'll wring your neck. (lábag).


mahubagón

Hiligaynon

Swelling, puffy, tumid, turgid, swoln, swollen, liable to swell up, subject to ulcers, swellings, tumours, skin-diseases, etc. (see hubág).


palanghubág

Hiligaynon

(H) Swelling; dropsy. (see palamanóg, hubág, banóg).


panghubág

Hiligaynon

(H) Freq. of hubág-to swell, become bloated, swollen; a swelling.


paubág

Hiligaynon

To give in, give way, yield, submit. See patubalíng, pasúpil, patubúk).


ágay

Hiligaynon

To trickle, dribble, run down in drops, flow slowly and gently. Naga-*ágay ang mapaít níya nga lúhà kag nagatúlò sa íya kamót. Her bitter tears are trickling down and dropping on her hand. Ináng kalisúd nagpaágay sang íya mga lúhà. That trouble brought tears into her eyes. Ang masakit nga bátà ginapaagáyan sing madámù nga mga lúhà sang íya ilóy. The sick child is being much wept over by its mother. Nagbúswang na ang íya hubág kag nagágay ang nánà. His boil burst and the pus flowed out. Nagpangabúdlay siá sing támà sa ínit nga ang masulúg nga bálhas nagágay sa tanán nga mga buhôbúhò sang íya pánit. He worked very hard in the heat of the sun, so that streams of perspiration poured from all the pores of his skin. (see tubúd, túlò, talabirís, tululágay, ílig).


agóy

Hiligaynon

An exclamation of pain and suffering. Agóy, kasakít siníng hubág ko. Oh, dear me. Oh, the pain of this boil of mine! Agóy, daw sa dílì na akó makabatás siníng kahápdì. Oh, dear, I can hardly stand this pain any longer. (see aragóy).


agwása

Hiligaynon

(Sp. guasa, guason) Lively, cheerful, good-humoured; to be lively or of a cheerful disposition; to flow freely; to exude, to break forth, particularly applied to matter or pus oozing out of a wound, ulcer or boil. Ang komód nga táo dílì agwása. A man inclined to retirement and silence is not of a lively disposition. Nagaagwása na ang hubág. Pus is now flowing from the tumour. Ginapaagwása níla ang hubág. They are using remedies to cause the pus to flow from the tumour. Paagwasáha ang hubág. Make the tumour (by pressure, etc.) discharge its matter. Ipaagwása akó ánay sang ákon hubág sa lí-og. Kindly remove the matter (by pressure, poultices, etc.) from the tumour on my neck. Si Fuláno dúro gid kaagwása sa íya mga sugilánon. N.N. is very cheerful in his talk. N.N. is a chatterbox.


banóg

Hiligaynon

(B) A swelling, tumour, ulcer; boil; to swell, etc. Nagbanóg ang íya nga púgsa. The boil on his back has increased in size. Nabánggan (nabanogán) ang kamót ko. My hand is swollen or has become swollen. Binánggan ang batíis ko sing bakokáng. My calf became swollen on account of the carbuncle called "bakokáng". Iníng hubág mo magabanóg pa túbtub nga magbúswang. This boil of yours will swell more before it bursts. (see hubág, bukálong, bálhong).


basâ

Hiligaynon

Moisture, humidity, dankness, damp, dampness, wet, wetness; moist, damp, wet, soaked, dank, humid; to make or become wet, to drench, etc. Nabasâ ang ákon tiíl. My foot got wet. Ginbasâ níya ang ákon pányo. He made my handkerchief wet. Bás-a ang lampáso. Soak the mop in water. Bás-i ang ití sang manók sa salúg. Clean up with water the chicken-dung on the floor. Pahíran mo lang ang lamésa sing trápo nga mamalá, dílì mo pagbás-on. Just wipe the table with a dry cloth, don't use water. Binás-an níya ang íya kamút sing agás, agúd makúhà ang dágtà sang pínta. He wetted his hand with petroleum, in order to get out the paint-stains. Likawí ang ulán, agúd dílì ka mabasâ kag mapásmo. Avoid the rain, lest you should get wet and catch a cold. Ang hubág níya nga maáyo na gid nagbasâ na man. His ulcer that was quite healed before is now suppurating (wet) again. Nagbasâ na man ang mga matá sang ilóy sang pagkabatî níya nga may nagsámbit sang ngálan sang íya anák nga bág-o lang napatáy. The mother's eyes became wet (filled with tears), when she heard someone mentioning the name of her child that had recently died. Kánding nga binasâ (nabasâ) sang ulán. A goat that has been drenched by rain. (see malá-to be dry, etc.).


bígtas

Hiligaynon

To break, snap, sever, part, fall asunder, put asunder. Indì gid siá magpaubág, bisán mabígtas (bigtasón) ang mahírup níla nga paghiliábyanay. He will not yield, even though their friendly relations should be broken off. (see búgtò, útud, bíngkas).


bínda

Hiligaynon

(Sp. venda) Bandage; to bandage, bind up. Bindahí ang pilás. Bind up the wound. Ginbindahán níla ang íya hubág sa bútkon. They bandaged the ulcer on his arm. Ibínda iníng báhin sang hénero sa íya nga pilás sa páa. Use this piece of cloth to bind up the wound on his leg. Ibínda akó ánay sang ákon kamót. Kindly bandage my hand. (see higót, bígkis).


birá

Hiligaynon

(Sp. virar) To wind, turn, twist, open or close with some force, applied to screw-nuts, hinges, etc.; to tack, veer, wear, put about, said of ships. Birahá ang biságra nga kipót. Pry (prize) open the closed hinge. Ginbirá níla sang biradór ang ólo sang dirúskas nga dáan. They turned the screw-nut of the old screw with the monkey-wrench. Birahá ang láyag. Shift the sail. Birahá ang dawdáwan. Crank the engine (by hand). (see wárik, wálik, lúbag, likô).


bótoy

Hiligaynon

To be full to bursting point, to throb as a sign of a near discharge from boils, ulcers, swellings, etc. Nagabótoy ang ákon hubág. My swelling throbs as if it were well-nigh bursting. (see báknal).


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