v. 1. for something cooked to come out tough or hardened. Mukubul ang pánit sa giasal kun dì humdan ug túbig, The roast pig skin becomes tough if it has been roasted without daubing water on it. Nagkakubul na ang kindi nga ákung gilútù, The candy I’m cooking is gradually hardening; 2. become hardened, insensitive. Mikubul (nakubul) na ang íyang kasingkásing sa tanang biaybíay, Her feelings have become hardened to any and all insults. Nagkakubul ang ákung láwas sa katugnaw, My body is gradually becoming inured to the cold; a. 1. hardened; 2. hardened in feelings, insensitive. Kubul siya sa mga pakilúuy, She is insensitive to pleas for mercy. kublan a. 1. invulnerable. Dì nà siya dutlan ug bála kay kublan, Bullets can’t pierce him because he is invincible; 2. see kubul, a; v. become invulnerable.