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panúndug

Hiligaynon

Freq. of túndug-to bring or send food to one working in the fields, etc. Also: to follow in the steps of, imitate, be like, have a resemblance to. Manúndug inâ sa--. That is like--. Manúndug silá sa aninípot nga--. They are like fire-flies that--. Nagapanúndug iní sa hurubáton: "--." This is according to the saying: "--." (see túlad, súbung, ílog, sunúd, halimbáwà, kahalimbáwà, katúlad, anggídánggid).



túndog

Hiligaynon

To take food to someone who is in the fields; to take after, to follow, imitate, copy. Itúndog ang panyága sa kay tátay. Tundogí si tátay sang panyága. Take the dinner to father (in the fields). (see ábat, ápas, sunúd, panúndug, ílog, súbung, tulád).