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bayunguson [bayungúson] (der. of bayungos) adj Heavily bearded; having a lot of beard, facial hair or whiskers. (sem. domains: 2.1.5 - Hair, 2.1.1 - Head.)

ingos₂ [íngos] v To grimace, pull a face with pursed lips when smiling at somebody. nakanguso Hangit kag ida hali sa ida asawa nak inaingosan sinra pag nabisita sa inra bayay. His relatives are angry towards his wife because she’s always pursing her lips at them when his relatives visit their house. (sem. domains: 2.1.1.4 - Mouth.)

naghaba kag nguso [naghábà kag ngúso] idiom - Convert to subentry To turn up one’s nose up at food (lit: the nose got long). humaba ang nguso Naghaba kag nguso ni Annie dahil waya nayuto tong ida paboritong pagkaon. Annie turned up her nose because her favorite food was not cooked.

nguso [ngúsò] n 1Top, upper lip (as of which can be pursed to point at something or kiss somebody). (sem. domains: 2.1.1.4 - Mouth.) 2Snout of a pig (or other animal). (sem. domains: 6.3.1.4 - Pig, 1.6.2 - Parts of an animal.)

pangusog [pangusóg] v To try hard; to put all one’s effort into something. nagpursige Si nanay kag nagpangusog nak mapaeskwela kag tanang anak. My mother was the one who tried hard so that all her children be sent to school.

punguson [pungusón] adj Holding one’s scrotum to stop an erection; tying the scrotum of a dog to castrate it (as of a male preventing pregnancy). Tong punguson ni Robling tong iro ay nagpakaiwik kato. When Robling tied the scrotum of the dog to castrate it it made a lot of noise.

mumo₂ [múmò] 1sta To fall on one’s face into something. sobsob Namumo kag anak sa raga pagkarapa. The child fell on his face in the dirt when he tripped. syn: rapa 1, rusmo. 2vt To thrust somebody’s face into something. Ingmumo sa yunang it anak kag nguso it iro nak nagkagat sa ida. The child thrust into the mud the mouth of the dog that bit him.

usob₁ [usób] vt To sorcerize; to inflict pain in the navel area due to magical power. Ingusob it kayaki kag anak ni Maria. The man sorcerized Mary’s child.