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pálpal

Hiligaynon

A small post, stake or stick fixed in the ground and used chiefly for tethering an animal. Also used as a verb. Palpalán mo ang karabáw. Tether the buffalo to a stake in the ground. (see búgsok).



pamálpal

Hiligaynon

Freq. of pálpal. To put sticks, stakes or small posts into the ground. Ginpamalpalán sang kaminéro ang binít sang dálan. The road-mender planted stakes along the side of the road. Nagapamálpal siá. He is setting sticks (small posts) into the ground.


tálok

Hiligaynon

Post, stake, landmark, fence; to stake-out,-off, fence in, mark the boundary of. Talóki ang ímo umá. Stake off the boundaries of your land. (see búgsok, pálpal, kodál, tándà, pát-in, dólon).


tunúng

Hiligaynon

A pin, bolt, nail; to hold a bar, etc. in place; to pin, put in a pin or bolt. Tunungí ang ganháan. Bolt the door. (see pálpal, paláy, balángbaláng).