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bituon [bitú-on] 1n Star (in the sky). bituín syn: istar 1, yuntar, kasera 2, tala. (sem. domains: - Star.) 2v To see "stars" (as of the joking expression for having blurred vision when one is punched. From the English "to see stars"). (sem. domains: - Dazed, confused.) comp. israng-bituon , der. bubituon , der. mabitu-on

guni-guni [guni-gúni] n All in your head; only psychological; going over and over in one’s mind. Indi si Fred matuyugan nak permi yang sa ida guni-guni kag pagpatay sa ida asawa. Fred can’t sleep because the killing of his wife is always just going over and over in his mind. (sem. domains: - Dazed, confused, 2.1.1 - Head.)

mabug-at kag uyo [mabúg-at kag úyo] (comp. of bug-at, uyo) adj Dizzy; slight headache. mabigat ang ulo Indi anay ako magnunot sa inro dahil mabug-at kag ako uyo nak ako ay ingtrangkaso. I’ll not go along with you because I’m still dizzy because of the flu. (sem. domains: - Pain, - Dazed, confused.)

pang himuti [pang himutî] v To become pale. (sem. domains: - Dazed, confused.)

salimbuang [salimbu-áng/salimu-áng] (dial. var. bangkuliaw) (der. of buang) 1adj Delerious. (sem. domains: - Dazed, confused.) 2v To become delerious; to speak deleriously (as in a high fever). (sem. domains: - Dazed, confused.) 3adj Convulsing. (sem. domains: - Dazed, confused.) 4v To convulse, have a convulsion or fit. (sem. domains: - Dazed, confused.)