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pagpugong it ida sarili [pagpúgong it ída saríli] (comp. of pugong) n Controlling himself; his having self control. [lit: holding-immobile his self] Kahaba pag pagpugong it ida sarili para indi sida magkainggwa it kaaway. He had to have self control for a long time so that he wouldn’t have enemies. (sem. domains: 4.3.6 - Self-controlled.)

pugon [pugón] n 1Portable clay stove where charcoal is burnt. (sem. domains: 5.2.1.3 - Cooking utensil, 5.5 - Fire.) 2Furnace (as of the firebox, where large amounts of fuel, metals are burning at a high temperature). (sem. domains: 6.6.2.2 - Smelting, 5.5 - Fire.) 3The galley, kitchen of a boat. pugon Nagaasu-aso kag pugon sa bapor nak nag-iinit it tubi kag kusinero. The galley of the ship is emitting smoke because the cook is boiling water. (sem. domains: 5.2.1.3 - Cooking utensil, 5.5 - Fire.)

pugong [púgong] (irreg. infl. pamugong) 11.1vt To hold tightly; grasp; cling to. mahigpit ang hawak Apugungan nako kag manok para indi kayupar. I will hold tightly the chicken so it won’t fly. Punggi anay ka anak nak abakunahan sida it nars. Hold the child tightly because the nurse will vaccinate her. 22.1v To control strong emotions. Ako gingpunggan kag ako kahangit sa ako mga anak. I controlled my anger at my children. comp. pagpugong it ida sarili

puypog [púypog] vbt To tap or hit lightly with something; to pound. palo Aya gipuypuga it lapis kag lamesa nak kasasapot. Don’t tap the pencil on the table because it is irritating. Apuypugon nako kaling rahon bag-o itampoy sa ugar. I will pound these leaves before applying it to the wound. der. pamuypog