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katúgdang

Hiligaynon

Sinking, submersion, foundering, disappearance under water, drowning. (túgdang).



kalúnud

Hiligaynon

The sinking, foundering, going down or disappearance beneath the waves of a vessel, etc.; fellow-passenger in a shipwreck. Sín-o ang áton sumaláon sang pagkalúnud sang sakayán? Who is responsible for the sinking of the boat? (see lúnud, katugdángan, katúgdang).


katugdángan

Hiligaynon

See katúgdang. Also: Danger of sinking; jettison, the throwing of goods overboard to save a ship.


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).