Search result(s) - otóm

otóm

Hiligaynon

To subdue, beat, triumph over, master, worst, defeat, overthrow, to go one better, to get-, have-, gain-the-better of,-best of,-upper hand,-ascendancy, to overpower, vanquish, overcome. Indì siá makaotóm sa kay Fuláno. He cannot overcome N.N. Indì mo siá maotóm sa siní nga bágay. You cannot beat him-at this,-in this way. (see daúg, okóm, sákup, lútos).



otóm

Hiligaynon

To subdue, beat, triumph over, master, worst, defeat, overthrow, to go one better, to get-, have-, gain-the-better of,-best of,-upper hand,-ascendancy, to overpower, vanquish, overcome. Indì siá makaotóm sa kay Fuláno. He cannot overcome N.N. Indì mo siá maotóm sa siní nga bágay. You cannot beat him-at this,-in this way. (see daúg, okóm, sákup, lútos).


lún-us

Hiligaynon

To subject to, subdue, overpower, sway, rule over. Lun-usá siá. Make him obey your orders. Ginlún-us siá sang íya nga asáwa. He was ruled by his wife,-was hen-pecked,-was under the thumb of his wife. (see daúg, otóm, okóm).


okóm

Hiligaynon

To manage, control, hold in, tame, subdue, make amenable, to check, hold in check, discipline, make tractable. Indì akó makaokóm siníng bátà nga sutíl. I cannot manage this naughty boy. (see otóm, daúg).


okóm

Hiligaynon

To manage, control, hold in, tame, subdue, make amenable, to check, hold in check, discipline, make tractable. Indì akó makaokóm siníng bátà nga sutíl. I cannot manage this naughty boy. (see otóm, daúg).


tárma

Hiligaynon

To overcome, defeat, outdo, conquer, discomfit, overthrow, overpower, subdue. Indì akó katárma (makatárma) sa íya. I cannot-beat him,-get the better of him,-manage him. I am unable to defeat him. (see lútos, daúg, okóm, otóm).


utúm

Hiligaynon

To bear, stand, suffer, tolerate; to subdue, overcome, conquer, hold one's own against. (see okóm, otóm).


utúm

Hiligaynon

To bear, stand, suffer, tolerate; to subdue, overcome, conquer, hold one's own against. (see okóm, otóm).


lansétas

Hiligaynon

(Sp. lanceta) Lancet, fleam, a farrier's sharp knife used in phlebotomy; a pocket-knife.