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bulto it bugas [búlto it bugás] (comp. of bulto, bugas) n A sack, bag of rice (which weighs 25 kilos). [lit: sack of rice] bulto ng bigas, isang sakong bigas (sem. domains: 8.1.5.1 - Some.)

buoy-buoy [bu-oy-bú-oy] fr. var. of buoy

sakong [sakóng] n Ankle. sakong Indi kasapatos si Delia dahil di ugar kag ida sakong. Delia can’t wear shoes because her ankle has a sore on it.

baktot [báktot] 1adj Loaded down with heavy things that have to be carried when travelling (as of children or extra heavy baggage). (sem. domains: 7.3.1 - Carry.) 2v To be loaded down with things that have to be carried when travelling (as of children or extra heavy baggage). dalahín Indiey ako maglarga kung ako para ay apabaktuton it usang sakong uling. I won’t travel if you make me carry a sack of charcoal. (sem. domains: 7.3.1 - Carry.) der. pabaktot

sunggoy [súnggoy] v To carry on head. magsúnong Waya sida nahuda magsunggoy it usang sakong bugas. He’s not ashamed to carry one sack of rice on his head. [An expression used about a man whose wife is going out on him is sungoy tai meaning ‘he’s being shit on ’ (lit. ‘carry feces on the head’).] (sem. domains: 7.3.1 - Carry.)

tantya [tántya] vt An estimate of something. tantya Tantyaha baga kag bug-at it usang puting sakong asukar. Will you estimate the weight of one sack of white sugar.