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upá

Hiligaynon

Chaff, especially rice-chaff separated from the grain by pounding; bran, husks. (see lábhang, líntok).



upâ

Hiligaynon

Food chewed before giving it to a small child.


upá

Hiligaynon

Chaff, especially rice-chaff separated from the grain by pounding; bran, husks. (see lábhang, líntok).


upâ

Hiligaynon

Food chewed before giving it to a small child.


bupánda,

Hiligaynon

(Sp. bufanda) A cloth worn round the neck, a muffler, comforter. (see abláy, ambílay, kúnop).


dalúpang

Hiligaynon

The mallow, a kind of plant.


dalupanî

Hiligaynon

A small white fish with a flattish body, resembling somewhat the bilóngbilóng.


dalupápan

Hiligaynon

To be confluent, meet each other, flow together, said especially of boils, eruptions, pimples, small-pox, etc. Nagadalupápan ang íya mga hubág. His boils are confluent, are so near together that they merge into one another. Nadalupapánan akó sang ákon mga hubág. My boils ran together.


dupá

Hiligaynon

The length of a man's outstretched arms from finger-tip to finger-tip; a fathom, two yards; to stretch out one's arms, to fully extend the arms, to measure something with outstretched arms. Nagadupá siá. He is stretching out his arms. Magdupá ka or dupá ka. Extend your arms fully. Gindupá níya ang káhoy. He measured the timber with outstretched arms. Dúpha or dupahá ang tápì kon daw anó ang íya sinâ nga kalábà. Measure the board with your outstretched arms to see how long it is. Nagdupá ang Aton Ginoó sa krus or gindupahán sang Aton Ginóo ang krus. Our Lord stretched out his arms on the cross. Dúphi (dupahí) akó sing limá ka dupá nga lúbid. Measure out for me ten yards of string. Idupá akó siníng kalát. Kindly measure for me this rope with your outstretched arms.


dupág

Hiligaynon

(B) Distracted, preoccupied, busy. Walâ ko mabalúsi ang ímo sulát kay dupág akó kaáyo. I could not answer your letter, because I was so busy. (see lupág).


dúpag

Hiligaynon

(B) To detain, interfere with, balk, meddle with, preoccupy, prevent, foil, baffle, hamper, trammel, obstruct, handicap. Indì ka magdúpag sa ákon sang lakás nga sugilánon. Don't detain me with excessive talk. Walâ pa gánì makapanyága kamí, kay nadúpag kamí sang ámon hambálay. We have not even had dinner yet, because we were preoccupied with our conversation. Indì mo akó pagdupágon, kay masákò ang ákon mga buluhatón. Don't hamper me, don't interfere with me, for I have much work to do. Buót akó magkádto dídto kahápon, ápang gindúpag akó ni Fuláno. I wanted to go there yesterday, but N.N. prevented me. (see awát, lúpag, pamalábag).


dúpak

Hiligaynon

Bad language, obscene talk, dirty, foul, smutty, indecent, impure conversation; to use bad, filthy, obscene, dirty, etc. language. Indì kamó magdúpak. Don't use foul language. Gindupákan níya akó, ápang sa madalî ákon siá ginpúnggan. He uttered obscenity in my presence, but I soon stopped him. Iníng mga táo daláyon gid lang nagadinúpak. These men are constantly using foul language.


ginsakúpan

Hiligaynon

Subjects, dependents, subordinates; members of a society or confraternity, etc. (see sákup, sinákup).


gúpak

Hiligaynon

See gípak.


gupák

Hiligaynon

See gipák.


hinupáng

Hiligaynon

To grow or develop well, to eat much, (as a growing youth). Nagahinupáng siá. He is growing well, eating much. (see súpang).


hulupáon

Hiligaynon

(H) Night-mare. (see húpà).


húpà

Hiligaynon

Nightmare; to cause a nightmare. Ginahúpà siá. He suffers from nightmares. Ginhúpà siá kagáb-i. Last night he had a nightmare. (see hulupáon).


húpay

Hiligaynon

Nightmare. See húpà. N.B. The difference between húpà and húpay seems to be, that the former is usually combined with violent movements, shouts or unintelligible mumblings, whilst the latter is free from such symptoms. One affected with "húpay" lies stiff and motionless.


kadupág

Hiligaynon

(B) Distraction, preoccupation, engagement. (see dúpag, dupág, awát).


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