List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter T - Page 93

túgdang

Hiligaynon

To cause to sink, sink, immerse, submerge, commit to the deep, throw overboard, jettison; to sink (down), sink (go) to the bottom, become engulfed, be swallowed up, be submerged in, plunge in; to greatly surpass, outdo, worst, vanquish. Gintúgdang níla ang tanán nga mga lúlan nga mabúg-at, kay ginkatahápan níla nga matúgdang (magkatúgdang) ang sakayán. They threw all the heavy luggage overboard, because they were afraid that the boat might sink (founder). Kag sang nagakatúgdang siá nagsínggit siá sa pagsilíng: "Ginóo, luasá akó". And when he began to sink, he cried out, saying: "Lord, save me". Maghanáshánas ka gid, agúd makatúgdang ka sa íya (matúgdang mo siá). Train yourself well so that you may be able to worst him. Sa natugdangán sang sakayán--. On the spot where the boat had sunk-. (see lúgdang, tágbong, lútus, daúg).



túgdò

Hiligaynon

See tógdò-shoot, sprout, etc.


túgduk

Hiligaynon

See tígduk-to drive in, plant.


túghan

Hiligaynon

For tugáhan from túga-to create, make.


tughapón

Hiligaynon

Eve, vigil, day before a feast or celebration of any kind; to leave in the afternoon for a feast, etc. that is going to be celebrated next day. Kon mamiésta kamó sa íla pándut maáyo nga magtughapón kamó kag índì magpamúka (magbúgtaw). If you wish to be present at their feast it would be better for you to (you had better) leave here the afternoon before and not early in the morning of the day itself. (see hápon, bísperas).


túghod

Hiligaynon

See tóghod-a kind of fish.


túghung

Hiligaynon

To pour in, put in liquids, infuse, fill with. Tughungí ang sugâ sing agás. Fill the lamp with kerosene. Pour some oil in the lamp. Itúghung sa ákon báso yanáng bíno. Pour that wine into my glass. Tughungá ang linágà nga unúd sang túbig. Add water to the boiling (boiled) meat. Natughungán na ang paligosán sing túbig. Tha bath-tub is now full of water. (see bôbô, tígis, tayón, áhog, sulúd).


túgian

Hiligaynon

To commit to, entrust to, confide to the care of, leave in another's hands, commit to-a person's charge,-the hands of, deliver in trust, assign, consign to, deposit with, commend to; to counsel, advise, recommend. Itúgian mo sa íya inâ. Tugianán mo siá sinâ. Confide that to his care. Entrust him with that. Sang buút na siá magsakáy pa Manílà gintúgian níya ang íya bátà sa kay Pédro nga útud níya. When he was about to embark for Manila he left his child in the hands of Peter, his brother. Náno ang íya ginatúgian? What does he recommend? What is his advice? Tinugianán ko siá sa pagtúnghol sa ímo sang amó nga sulát. I entrusted him with that letter, confident that he would deliver it into your hands, (see panúgyan, bílin, tógon).


túgkay

Hiligaynon

To stick the handle of a ladle, fork or spoon, a piece of bamboo, or the like, into rice or other food fresh from the pot, so that the steam may escape more freely. Tugkayá sang tenedór ang kán-on sa kólon. Stick the fork in the rice in the kettle. Itúgkay ang luág sa tiníg-ang. Stand the ladle in the freshly cooked rice. (see kalíkad).


túgma

Hiligaynon

To solve riddles, etc. See tógma.


túgmaw

Hiligaynon

Immersion, submersion; to immerse, submerge, dip in, put in water, soak, drench, sop, plunge into a liquid. Itúgmaw sa tíntà ang ímo plúma. Dip your pen in the ink. (see túsmug, túgnod, túm-oy, lúnud, lúgdang, túgdang).


túgmok

Hiligaynon

To press down (upon), to stamp, impress with a mark, pinch. Itúgmok ang kamomóo mo dirí sa papél. Imprint your thumb-mark-, Press your thumb-, here on the paper. (see túmbok, túm-ok).


túgmoy

Hiligaynon

To immerse, dip in, soak, drench, etc. See túgmaw.


túgnan

Hiligaynon

For tugónan from túgon, tógon-to order, etc.


túgnaw

Hiligaynon

(H) Cold, freshness, coolness, frigidity, chilliness, chill, keenness, rawness; to be or become cool, cold, fresh, frigid, chill, bleak, raw, biting, nipping, piercing, pinching. Nagtúgnaw na ang tsá. The tea has become cold now (by this). Patugnawá ang túbig. Let the water cool. Natugnawán akó kagáb-i. Last night I felt cold. (see búgnaw, ramíg).


túgnod

Hiligaynon

To dip in, immerse, plunge in (into) a liquid; to boil in sugar (bananas or other fruit). Itúgnod ang ságing sa lasáw. Boil the bananas in the molasses. (see tógnod, tinógnod, túgmaw, túsmug).


túgnos

Hiligaynon

See tugnóstúgnos which is mostly used.


tugnós-túgnos

Hiligaynon

(B) To succeed-, follow-, one another, to arrive-, go away or leave-, sit down to a meal-, rise from the table-, make one's appearance-, disappear-, one after another. Nagturugnóstúgnos sánda sa pagabút. (Nagtalagínus silá sa pagabút). They arrived one after another. Nagturugnóstúgnos sánda sa paghalín. (Nagtalagínus silá sa paghalín). They disappeared one by one. They left one after another. Indì kamó magtugnóstúgnos (magtinugnóstugnósay) sa pagígmà, kóndì magdurúngan kamó. (Dílì kamó magtalagínus sa pagpanyága, kóndì magdulungán kamó). Don't take your dinner one after another, but take it all together. (see sunúd, tagínus, talagínus).


tugón

Hiligaynon

A mouthful, etc. See togón.


túgon

Hiligaynon

Commission, charge; to charge with, order, etc. See tógon.


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