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húpug

Hiligaynon

To soak, saturate, pervade, permeate, impregnate (of odours, perfumes, etc.). Nahúpug (nahupúgan) ang ákon báyò sang habón, tabákò, ágwa, etc. My jacket is saturated (reeking) with the smell of soap, tobacco, scent, etc. (see húgum, húmug, salúgsug).



hupúg

Hiligaynon

Scented, perfumed, soaked, saturated, pervaded, impregnated, (with some odour, scent, etc.). (see humúg).


húgum

Hiligaynon

To steep in, pervade, diffuse, saturate with (odours, etc.). Ang kahumút sang habón naghúgum sa mga panápton nga sa sulúd sang baúl. The scent of the soap suffused the clothes in the trunk. Nahugúman ang íya ulús sang bahô sang binódo. Her clothes are saturated with the smell of salt fish. Ihúgum (ipahúgum) iníng pahumút sa ákon mga panápton. Scent my clothes with this perfume. Nahúgum gid siá sang amó nga pagtoloóhan. He is steeped in that creed-or: He is a votary of that creed. (see lúgum, húpug).


hugúm

Hiligaynon

Steeped in, dyed, pervaded, suffused with, saturated with. (see hupúg).


húmog

Hiligaynon

To wet, moisten, dampen, drench, soak, saturate with, imbrue, imbue. (see hám-og, húlum, húpug, lúgum, basâ).


humóg

Hiligaynon

Wet, damp, moist, drenched, soaked, sodden, imbrued, imbued, saturated with. (see hupúg, hamúg, etc.).


lágit

Hiligaynon

To enter deep, sink deep, penetrate, permeate, pierce. Naglágit sa ákon tagiposóon ang íya nga láygay. His sermon sank deep into my heart. Nalagítan ang ákon dúghan siníng matám-is nga kalantáhon. This sweet song went to my heart. Ang kanámit siníng mga kalan-ónon nagalágit sa ákon kaugatán. The deliciousness of this pastry penetrates my whole frame. (see salópsop, salúgsug, látum, tudúk, húgum, húpug, kágit, lúgit, dulút).


lúg-ok

Hiligaynon

To soak, drench, steep in, dye. (see húgum, húlum, húpug, lúgum).


lúgum

Hiligaynon

To colour, dye, steep in colour, tinge, stain. Ilúgum sa ákon báyò iníng lugúm nga mapulá. Colour my jacket with this red dyestuff. Lúgma (lugúma) ang ákon báyò sa (sang) itúm. Steep my jacket in black dye. Makahibaló ikáw maglúgum? Do you know how to dye? (see húgum, húpug, lígum).


salúpap

Hiligaynon

To soak, steep in fluid, moist, wet, drench. Nasalupápan ang tinápay sang lánggaw. The bread was soaked in vinegar. (see húgum, húlum, húpug, basâ).


samóg

Hiligaynon

(B) To be, become, or make wet, moist, damp, sodden, soggy, to moisten. Nasamóg kang tún-og ang mga ulús ko. (Nahumúg sang tún-og ang ákon mga panápton). My clothes were damp with dew. Sámga kang túbig ang bugás nga borokbókon. (Humóga sang túbì ang bugás nga bolokbokón). Moisten with water the hulled rice that is to be crushed to powder (pulp). (see hún-og, humóg, húmog, hám-og, húpug, etc.).


tóoy

Hiligaynon

(B) To give a strong flavour to, season overmuch, put too much salt or condiment in food, etc.; to permeate, soak, fill to satiety, surfeit. Natóoy kang asín ang (Nasalópsop (Natómo) sang asín iníng) tosíno, hamón, sópas, etc. nga diá. This bacon, ham, soup, etc. is too salt. Natóoy (tána) kang (Natám-an siá sang) tubâ. He is soaked with toddy, i.e. he is drunk. (see látum, húpug, busúg, salópsop, salúpsup, támà).


túmu

Hiligaynon

To soak, drench, saturate, steep in, fill with. Ang íya tagiposóon natúmo sang katám-is sang paghigúgma. His heart was full with the pleasant feeling of love. Ang ságbot, labí na gid kon matúmu sing túbig, támà kabáhò. Rubbish, particularly when thoroughly wet with water, emits a very vile (offensive) odour. (see húpug, húmug, basâ, lúgum, tóoy, salúpsup).