Search result(s) - humúg

homóg

Hiligaynon

Damp, wet, moist, dank, humid, muggy, soggy. See hamúg, hámog, humúg.



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).


mahumúg

Hiligaynon

See mahamúg. (humúg-hamúg).


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).


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.).