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sáang

Hiligaynon

To run or stretch side by side or parallel; mate or partner, said of draught animals, etc. Saángi ang karabáw, kay mabúg-at ang káro. Add another buffalo (Hitch up at the side of the buffalo another one), for the cart is too heavy. Nagasáang iníng duhá ka búkid. These two mountains run parallel to each other. May sáang ang báka ukón walâ? Has the ox a mate or is he alone? (see tímbang, kaluyó).



tuáng

Hiligaynon

Partner, companion, mate, helper, assistant; second godparent (godfather, godmother) at baptism; to be or become a partner, etc.; to bear or lend a hand, take a hand in, help, assist, aid, second. Sín-o ang tuáng mo? Who is your-companion?-assistant?-mate?-helper? May tuáng balá? Will there be (Has there been) a second godparent? Tuangí akó siníng tabungós nga nasúdlan sang lâgaón, kay dál-on ko sa sulúd. Lend me a hand to lift this basketful of beans, for I want to carry it inside. Kon walâ siá matuangí sang amó nga kabúg-at nga sáko, walâ níya madalá sa ibábaw sang baláy. If no one had helped him-, Without help-, he could not have carried that heavy sack upstairs. Ipatuáng ko sa íya si Hosé. I'll get Joseph-, I'll send for Joseph-, to help him. Pangitáan ko ikáw sing tuáng. I'll find you an assistant. (see tímbang, búlig, tábang, sáang, kaluyó).