List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter T - Page 92

túg-an

Hiligaynon

Promise, declaration, undertaking, word, pledge, engagement; to promise, undertake to, engage to, bind-, pledge-, commit-, oneself to, give-, pass-, pledge-, plight-, one's-word,-honour,-credit. Gintug-anán akó níya sinâ. He has promised me that. Kon anó ang ímo natúg-an tumánon mo. What you have promised you should perform, fulfil. Itúg-an mo sa ákon nga--. Give me your word of honour that--. (see tugâ, sáad).



tugâ

Hiligaynon

(B) To promise, vow, declare. (see túg-an).


túga

Hiligaynon

(B) Until, etc. See tóga, tódtod, túbtub.


túga

Hiligaynon

To make, create, bring about, produce. Gintúga sang Diós ang lángit kag dútà. God created heaven and earth. (see búhat, hímò).


tugábang

Hiligaynon

See tagábang-a vegetable plant.


tugádlum

Hiligaynon

See tigádlum.


tugadlúman

Hiligaynon

One who possesses or wears the charm (amulet, talisman) called tigádlum, by virtue of which he can make himself invisible, (tigadlúman id.).


tugák

Hiligaynon

Loose, slack, remiss, shaky, not tight or taut; to loosen, be or become loose, to slacken. Tugakí sing diótay ang písì, dílì mo paghúgton sing támà. Loosen the string a little, don't make it too tight. Kabáy (pa) nga índì magtugák ang íla mga paningúhà. May they not slacken their efforts. Tugák na lang ang íya pagláum nga--. He is not in great hopes any longer of--. He has almost given up all hope of--. (see hugák, halúg).


tugálbò

Hiligaynon

(H) To change, alter, adapt, transform (garments so as to make them fit another person, etc.). Tugalboá ang báyò ko kag ipabáyò sa bátà. Change my jacket and make it fit the boy. (see hólwà).


tugálpò

Hiligaynon

Fizzle; to detonate with a weak report, to fizz out, fizzle (out), emit a dull boom; weak; dull, not loud or far-reaching, (of the report of a gun, etc.). Sa tátlo níla ka lupók duhá lámang ang matúnug, isá ang tugálpò. Of their three shots only two detonated properly, one merely fizzed out. (see búlhot, búrhot, sungáw, dîmatúnug).


tugás

Hiligaynon

The heart-wood, the hard part of a tree, wood thoroughly mature (ripe) and seasoned. (see bákal-alburnum, sap-wood, the soft or outer part of a tree, often also different in colour from the hard or inner part of wood).


tugásan

Hiligaynon

Having heart-wood, well matured or seasoned, said of wood; strong, robust, powerful, solid, firm, mighty (of persons, families, nations, etc.).


tugáw

Hiligaynon

See tugák, hugák.


tugáw

Hiligaynon

To lose colour, become brittle, said of hemp-fibre, etc. (see tapúk).


tugáwhà

Hiligaynon

To fall down head foremost, lose one's balance and fall down prone. Indì ka maggáwa sa bintánà, kay básì makatugáwhà ikáw. Don't look out of the window, for you might fall out. (see tibusók).


túgban, túgbon

Hiligaynon

From tubúg-to wallow and from tugúb-to fill, etc.


túgbong

Hiligaynon

To buy in the open market, especially said of fresh fish. The form panúgbong is mostly used: to go in search of fresh fish, etc. Kahápon nanúgbung kamí, ápang walâ kamí makabakál sing ísdà, kay diótay kaáyo ang sóhot. Yesterday we went out to buy fresh fish, but we couldn't get any, as the catch had been so very small. Manúgbung (magapanúgbung) kitá buás sa ága pa gid, agúd básì pa lang kon makaayô kitá sing diótay nga ísdà gíkan sa párte sang mga bóso. Early tomorrow morning we shall go in search of fresh fish; we hope to obtain some by entreaty from the divers' share.


túgbong

Hiligaynon

To deal (sell, buy) at market, take to market, put up for sale in a market, to market, go marketing. Itúgbong mo lang sa Ogtóng ang ímo dágmay. Take your dágmay to the market at Oton. Market your dágmay at Oton. Ang ámon tiénda ginatugbongán sa gihápon sing madámù nga balalígyà. A large variety of merchandise is sent to our market. Many goods are disposed of (sold, bought) at our market. Matúgbong man ikáw? Are you too going to market? (túbung id.).


túgbong

Hiligaynon

To enter, fill (with water, etc.). Natúgbong sang túbig ang íya dalúnggan. His ears were filled with water.


túgdà

Hiligaynon

To add to the length of, to lengthen, prolong, continue, tie or fasten to by knotting, etc.; to step in, put in a word, take part in a conversation, join in. Tugdaí ang kalát. Add another piece to the rope. Lengthen the rope. Itúgdà iníng isá ka písì sa kalát. Add this cord (string) to the rope. Tumúgdà na man si Fuláno sa pagsilíng: "--. N.N. now stepped forward saying: "--. (see súgpon, salígbat).


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