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lunúb

Hiligaynon

To patch, mend, fill up gaps. Lúmbi ang delárgo ko nga nagísì. Patch my torn trousers. Ilunúb iníng tápì sa salúg. Fill up the gap in the floor with this plank. Ginlúmban níla sa talámnan ang kinán-an sang mga malámalá. They filled up the gaps in the rice-field or replanted the places, where the malámalá-insects had devoured the young rice-plants. (see hálup).



linár

Hiligaynon

(Sp. llenar) To fill out blank spaces in a printed form, etc. Linahá ang balótas. Fill in the ballot-form. Linahí akó siníng papél kay akó índì kahibaló. Fill in this paper for me, for I do not know how to do it. (see punô, lunúb, dúgang).


linúmban

Hiligaynon

Mended, patched, having gaps filled up, etc. See lunúb. Indì mo paggamíton sa pándut ang linúmban. Don't wear patched clothes at the town-feast.


lúmban

Hiligaynon

From lunúb-to mend, etc.


tókap

Hiligaynon

To cover over with a patch, put a patch on, patch, mend clothes, shoes, etc. Tokápi ang ákon mga sapátos. Mend my boots. (see lunúb).