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dugong [dúgong] n Animal species; dugong, sea cow (as of the round cow-like, slow moving marine animal that grazes on seagrass). (sem. domains: 1.6.1.1.7 - Sea mammal.)

hagunghong [hagúnghong] 1n Sound of an engine (i.e. jeep, motor cycle). Naglilibot pa ka dyip nak nakakarungog pa ako it ida hagunghong. The jeep is still going round because I can hear its sound. (sem. domains: 2.3.2.3 - Types of sounds.) 2vi To make such a sound. ugong, dagundong Hinaey kag dyip nak narungganey namo nak naghahagunghong. The jeep is already there because we heard its sound. 3vi To make an engine roar. Apahagunghungon nako it tudo-tudo ka motorsiklo. I will make the motorcycle roar fast.

hugong [húgong] 1n Sound of wind, machines. ugong Pay waya nako namalayi nak nagrayan kag eroplano dahil nak waya nako narungog kag ida hugong. I didn’t notice that the plane passed over because I didn’t hear it’s sound. (sem. domains: 1.1.2.1 - Blow air, 2.3.2 - Hear, 1.1.3.1 - Wind, 2.3.2.2 - Sound, 2.3.2.3 - Types of sounds.) 2vi To create a sound. ugong Naghuhugong kag eroplano. The airplane is creating a sound. (sem. domains: 2.3.2 - Hear, 2.3.2.2 - Sound.)

kugong [kugóng] n Midrib of a coconut palm; straw of a stiff broom (made from coconut midribs). ting-ting Yari sa kugong it nidog kag ida baligya nak basket. The baskets she sells are made of stiff straws of a coconut frond. (sem. domains: 1.5.5 - Parts of a plant.)

kugong it guwang [kugóng it guwáng] n Midrib of palm used in weaving sleeping mats. (sem. domains: 6.6.4.2 - Weaving baskets and mats.)

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.)

pamugong₁ irreg. infl. of pugong

pamugong₂ [pamúgong] vt To cling tightly; hold tightly to something or somebody. mahigpit na hawak

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

ugong [úgong] n Humming sound; growl of dog. hugong Mayado pa kag barko ay rungogey kag ugong. While the ship’s still a long way off its humming sound can be heard.

barandilya [barandílya] (der. of biranda) n Verandah (as of an open roofed area around a house on any level). barandilya Nagpamugong sa barandilya si Lino tong maglinog. Lino held on tightly to the verandah during the earthquake. [In Spanish style wooden houses built in the Philippines a verandah would have been a roofed open area with a waist high railing on an upstairs level. It may have been only 3-4m long or extending around the whole house.] (sem. domains: 6.5.2 - Parts of a building.)

kulikot [kulíkot] vbt To remove, dig out from a small space. sinundot Ingkulikot nidat kugong kag suyor it alkansiya. She removed what’s inside the piggy bank with a midrib. (sem. domains: 7.3.2.7 - Take something out of something.)