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patúpling

Hiligaynon

To light, alight, settle upon, come to, arrive at, land, take up one's abode, come to rest (said particularly of fugitives, runaways, vagabonds, or the like). Túbtub karón walâ sing nakasáyod kon diín siá nagpatúpling (napatúpling). To this moment nobody knows where he is or where he has taken up his abode. (see túpling).



lásog

Hiligaynon

To roam, loaf, wander, walk about aimlessly and finally "hit", "strike" or "land" somewhere. Túbtub karón walâ kamí sing binatîbátì kag walâ námon mahibál-i, kon sa diín siá maglásog. Up till now we have not heard of him and do not know where he has gone or where he is. (see patúpling).


paápok

Hiligaynon

Caus. of ápok-to fly off, etc. Also: to come to, land, light, come to by chance, be driven to, settle down. (In the second meaning see lásog, patúpling).


túpling

Hiligaynon

Swaying, faltering, swerving, inclination; to incline sideways, sway, swerve, deviate from the straight path, yield, budge. Sa waláy tolotópling (tulutúpling)--. Unflinchingly, unswervingly, unfalteringly, without wavering, without flinching or budging. (see patúpling, lisá, sipák, talingíg, etc.).