Advice, injunction, admonition, entreaty, the last-wish,-order,-request,-petition,-word (words) of a person about to die; to leave an order or injunction, to advise, urge, admonish, entreat. Nagpanagubílin siá sa ákon sa pagbántay sing maáyo sang íya baláy, kay siá íya makádto sa Ilóngílong. He left orders to me to guard his house well, for he himself is going to Iloilo. Ginpanagubilínan (Ginpanagubínlan) níya kamí sa pagbuligáy kag pagtabangáy. He admonished us (He entreated us on his deathbed) to help and succour each other. (see bílin).
Order, command, commandment, law, behest, call, beck, charge, injunction, precept; to order, command, direct, bid, instruct, tell, enjoin. Pilá ang mga sógò sang Diós? How many commandments of God are there? Anó (Náno) ang íya (nga) sógò? Anó ang íya nga sinógò? What was his command? What was it he commanded? What were his orders? Sín-o ang íya (nga) sinógò? Whom did he give his order to? Who is his messenger? Whom did he command? Ari akó kon may igasógò (ikáw)? I am at your service (a polite form of speech at being introduced to strangers, etc.). Ginsógò níya akó sa Ilóngílong. He ordered me to go to Iloilo. Sogóa siá nga mangáhoy. Tell him to gather firewood. Pasogóan mo si Fuláno nga magkádto sa Manílà. Send an order to N.N. that he should go to Manila. Isógò mo sa íya iní. Give him this order. Order him to do this. (see bílin, tógon, panagubílin, ley, pagbulút-an, kasogoán, panugôsugô).