Meaning of púlak

púlak

Hiligaynon

To blight, wilt, wither, canker, decay, applied especially to fruit that does not mature or to flowers nipped in the bud. Napúlak iníng mga búnga. These fruits were blighted. This fruit is cankered.



pulák

Hiligaynon

Blighted, blasted, cankered, wilted, withered, nipped, in the bud, drooping before it is full-blown (of a flower), fallen off a tree before it is full-grow or mature (of fruit). (In both cases owing to insects or maggots). (see púlak).


pulák

Hiligaynon

A small measure of rice, etc. usually either one-third or one-fourth of a gantang.