List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter T - Page 90

tubók

Hiligaynon

(B) A pin, peg, bolt, small piece of metal, bamboo, wood, etc. used for fastening together separate articles; to pin (up). Túbki (Tubokí) ang báyò na. (Síbti ang íya báyò). Pin up her dress. (see sibít, tisók, túslok, etc.).



tubók

Hiligaynon

To submit, yield, surrender, give way, but mostly used with pa-prefixed and in a negative sentence. Indì siá magpatubók. He won't give in. He will not back down. (see pasúpil, padaúg, paubág, patubalíng).


túbsan, túbson

Hiligaynon

From tubús-to redeem; from tubás-harvest, etc.


túbtub

Hiligaynon

Even, quite, to such an extent, in such a degree. Mabáskug gid ang bágyo nga túbtub ang ibán nga mga dalágkù nga baláy nagkalapúkan. The storm was so fierce that even some of the large houses were blown down.


túbtub

Hiligaynon

Until, till, up to, to, unto, as far as. Kútub sang--túbtub sa--. From--until (till, to)--. Túbtub karón walâ pa siá magabút. Up to this time he has not come yet. (see tódtod, ásta).


tubúd

Hiligaynon

To distil, trickle, ooze out, drop, drip, dribble, flow in drops. Nagatubúd ang (túbig sa) alhíbi. The water-tank is leaky (leaking). The water is trickling from the tank. (see túlò).


tubudán

Hiligaynon

(B) Spring, source, origin. See tuburán id.


tubúg

Hiligaynon

(B) Throat, swallow, gullet. Warâ (tána) makalimóg, hay naígò sa tubúg. (Walâ siá makasabát, kay naígò sa ugát (tutúnlan)). He could say nothing, for he was hit in the throat i.e. he could not give a satisfactory answer. (see tutúnlan, líog).


tubúg

Hiligaynon

To wallow, welter, bathe, lie sprawling, roll over, toss to and fro, as a buffalo in a mudhole, etc. Ang karabáw nagatubúg sa tulúgban. The buffalo is bathing in the wallow. The buffalo is wallowing in the mudhole. (see tulúgban-a buffalo-wallow).


túbuk

Hiligaynon

To shoot up, rise, etc. See túb-ok, timbúok, alintabó, síbwal, etc.


tubúl

Hiligaynon

Costiveness, constipation, a hard stool; to harden, cause constipation. Ginatubúl siá. He is suffering from costiveness. He is constipated. Tinubúl siá. He became constipated or costive. Túblon nga táo. A person that is often subject to constipation. Indì ka magkáon sinâ kay básì túblon ikáw. Don't eat that, because it may give you constipation.


tubún-ak

Hiligaynon

See tabón-ak-a kind of reed.


tubúng

Hiligaynon

(B) To dig, hoe (with a dibble, spade or shovel, etc.), to till the soil. Anó ang óbra na?-Tubúng. (Náno ang íya pangítà?-Bákhay sang dútà). What is his occupation?-Digging i.e. farming. (see bákhay, sadól, pangúma).


tubúng

Hiligaynon

A farmer's weather-rule, weather forecast, peasant's maxim. Many believe that the weather during the first twelve days of January somehow forecasts the weather for the whole year. The second day of January is called the "tubúng" of February, the third the "tubúng" of March, the fourth the "tubúng" of April and so on. Kon magulán sa ikápat ka ádlaw sang Enéro magaulán man sa búlan sa Abril, kay naulanán man ang íya sinâ nga tubúng. If it rains on the fourth day of January there will be rain in April, because it rained on the day that forecasts the weather for April.


túbung

Hiligaynon

Betting, wagering; to bet, make a bet, wager, lay a wager, back (a person, horse, etc.), particularly applied to private (unrecorded) bettings at a race, in the cockpit, at a gambling table, etc. Sín-o ang gintubúngan (tinubúngan) mo? Whom did you back? Nagtubungáy silá. They have made a bet. (see pústa, patád).


tubúng

Hiligaynon

Probably the same as the foregoing tubúng, as there is usually much less rain during the tubúng than during the months corresponding to the tubúng. The phrase "Walâ siá bisán lámang sa tubúng ni Fuláno, etc." means: "He is not fit to hold a candle to N.N.". (see halídhid).


túbung

Hiligaynon

To take to market, etc. See túgbong.


tubúng, túbung

Hiligaynon

To throw in for luck, give a "baker's dozen", etc. (See óbong, áman, támba, támban).


tuburán

Hiligaynon

(H) Source, spring, beginning, origin, fountain. (see tubúd).


tubús

Hiligaynon

To redeem, ransom, atone for, liberate, set free, reclaim, regain, recover, rescue. Gintubús kitá ni Hesukrísto. We were redeemed by Jesus Christ. Ang mga tinubús sang hamílì nga dugô ni Hesukrísto. Those redeemed by the precious blood of Jesus Christ. Túbsa (Tubusá) sia. Redeem him. Set him free (by paying his debt, fine, etc.). Rescue him. (see luás, báwì).


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