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baho [báhò] (dial. var. anghaw) 1n (prim) Stink, bad smell of something. Baho it iro kag ako nahihingab. The bad smell of a dog is what I inhaled. (sem. domains: 2.3.4 - Smell.) 2adj Stinky, smelly, smelling bad. mabahò Mabáhò kag nidog. The coconut smells bad. Baho nak itlog kag ako nabakay. I bought a bad smelling egg. (sem. domains: 2.3.4 - Smell.) 3vi (prim) To become stinky, smelly (as of bad smell). Nagbaho kag bahog. The animal’s food became smelly. (sem. domains: 2.3.4 - Smell.) 4vi To perceive, find something smells bad, smelly or stinks. Inabahuan ako it sigarilyo. Cigarettes smell bad to me. (sem. domains: 2.3.4 - Smell.) 5n Unfavorable, bad secret or truth about somebody. Aya ako gig-umai baka ipaliwas nako kag imo tanang baho. Don’t tell me in case I let out all the bad secrets about you. (sem. domains: - Bad, - Secret.) comp. bahot sayong , comp. naghungaw kag ida baho , der. mabaho , der. panimahi , der. panimaho

bang-og [báng-og] adj 1Very bad smelling, stinking (as of dirty clothes that have been left unwashed for a long time or a dog that has rolled in feces). mabahó, mabantót Si Raul ay perming mabang-og pagnapaeskul dahil waya nagkakaligos. Raul always had a bad smell when going to school because he’s not fond of taking a bath. (sem. domains: - Bad, 2.3.4 - Smell.) 2To become bad smelling; to stink, become stinking, stinky (as of dirty clothes that have been left unwashed for a long time or a dog that has rolled in feces). (sem. domains: - Bad, 2.3.4 - Smell.)

mabaho [mabáhò] (der. of baho) adj Stinky, smelly, smelling bad. mabáhò, masamang amoy Waya nida gusto nak isuksok kag sapatos it ida manghor dahil mabaho. He didn’t want to wear his brother’s shoes because they were bad smelling. (sem. domains: 2.3.4 - Smell.)

singaw₁ [síngaw] vt To evaporate; to flow (air) between openings. singaw Nagsingaw kag mabahong amoy it karne. The air of the spoiled meat flowed outside. Atakyuban nako kag piniritong isra it sayaan agor indi makasingaw. I will cover the fried fish with a strawer so the air can come out.