List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter T - Page 99

tulô

Hiligaynon

Drop, bead (of perspiration, tears, blood, rain, etc.). Tátlo ka tulô nga bulúng sa isá ka kutsaríta nga túbig. Three drops of medicine to a teaspoonful of water. Tulúka ang mga dalágkù nga mga tulô nga bálhas sa íya nga ágtang. Look at the large beads of perspiration on his forehead. (tolô id.).



túlò

Hiligaynon

To drip, drop, flow in drops, trickle, distil, dribble; to leak, let escape in drops. Nagatúlò ang atóp, ang alhíbi, ang grípo sang baríl, etc. The roof, the water-tank, the tap of the barrel, etc. is leaking. Natulóan akó sing tátlo ka tulô. Three drops trickled down on me. Mahalín kitá dirí, kay ginatulóan sang ulán. Let us remove to another place, for here the rain is dripping on us. (see tólò id.; tubúd).


tulô-tulô

Hiligaynon

A dole, limited portion, small amount, very little, drop by drop; to dole out, deal out scantily or grudgingly, give sparingly. (see tilôtilô).


tulón

Hiligaynon

To swallow, gulp down, gorge, imbibe, absorb, bolt (down). Túnla ang kán-on. Swallow the rice. Natulón mo ang líso sang lúmboy? Have you swallowed the stone of the lúmboy-fruit? Nakatulón ka na sang píldoras (pildorás)? Have you swallowed the pills? Buút níya ipatulón sa áton nga-. He wants us to swallow i.e. he wants us to believe that--.


tulôtúlò

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of tulô, túlò.


túltug

Hiligaynon

To strike or beat a drum, bamboo-bell, etc. Tultugá ang tultúgan. Strike the bamboo-bell. (see túgtug, bágtol, patík, bágting).


tultúgan

Hiligaynon

A tubular bell consisting of a joint of bamboo with a slot cut into it. Such bells are much used both for calling people together as well as for signalling. (see bágting, linggánay).


túltul

Hiligaynon

Hardened pieces of salt or sugar, lump, compact mass (of sugar, salt, etc.).


túltul

Hiligaynon

To know or find one's way; to trace, look for (a lost animal, etc.). Makatúltul ka sang dálan pakádto sa--? Do you know the road to--? Matultulán mo balá ang ímo nga ginakadtoán? Do you know the way to your destinatian?


tulubalíngon

Hiligaynon

(H) What is to-, should-, be conceded or yielded; proper, fit, suitable, meet, due to. (see tubalíng).


tulúbdan

Hiligaynon

(H) Place where liquids flow or trickle from, source, spring; pore, foramen, orifice. Ang mga tulúbdan sang pánit. The pores of the skin. (see tubúd, tuburán, buhôbúhò).


tulúbhan

Hiligaynon

(H) See tulubúhan.


tulúblok

Hiligaynon

Prick, pin; fork, table-fork. (see tulúslok, itulúbuk, sibít, tenedór).


tulubuánan

Hiligaynon

Sprouting, growing, giving off new shoots; to sprout, start growing, give off new shoots (said of sugar cane, coconuts, etc.). (see túbò).


tulubúhan

Hiligaynon

(H) Suitable or well adapted for growing sugar cane. Dútà nga tulubúhan. Land good for growing sugar cane. (see tubó).


tulúbwan

Hiligaynon

See tulubúhan.


tulúd

Hiligaynon

To push-, shove-, impel-, forward (forwards), to move or slide by pushing, to thrust-, set-, put-, aside with a jerk or push; to incite, instigate, urge, animate, induce. Tulúd kamó sang káro. Push (Shove) the cart. Itulúd mo ang látok dídto. Push (Move) the table over there. Gintulúd níya akó. He pushed me-forward,-aside. Ginatulúd siá sang íya mga sumulúnud. His followers are-urging him on,-pushing him to the front,-backing him up. Indì kamó magtudlánay. Don't jostle (push) each other. (see bútong-to pull).


tulúdlò

Hiligaynon

Fore-finger, index-finger, index. Also plural form of túdlò. (see turúdò).


tulúg

Hiligaynon

(H) To sleep, slumber, be asleep. Ang bátà nagakatulúg. The baby is sleeping (asleep). Sang íya pagkatulúg nagdámgo siá nga--. When he was asleep-, In his sleep-When he slept-, he dreamed (dreamt) that--.


túlug

Hiligaynon

Sleep, sleeping; to go to bed, retire for the night, go to sleep, lie down to sleep. Matúlug na akó. I am going to bed. Kagáb-i sang ikapúlò ka táknà nagtúlug kamí nga tanán, ápang akó sing ákon walâ makatulúg sing bisán isá lámang ka pisók. Last night we all went to bed at ten o'clock, but I could not sleep (did not sleep) a wink. (see tulúg, katulúgon, tulugán).


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