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súblì

Hiligaynon

Replacement of another, substitution, inheritance; to supply-, take-, another's place, to replace another, take over his work or place, to inherit, become the successor of. Subliá ang óbra níya. Take over the work from him. Replace him at his task. Ginsúblì níya ang íya nga mánggad. He inherited his wealth. Nagsúblî sa íya si Fuláno sa pagpanúdlò sa buluthóan. N.N. took his place at teaching in the school.



panúblì

Hiligaynon

Freq. of súblì. To inherit, be heir to, come into, acquire by inheritance or bequest. Nagpanúblì siá sang (Ginpanúblì níya ang) mánggad sang íya tíyò. He inherited his uncle's property. Iníng malápad nga palangúmhan pagapanublión, konó, ni Pédro. They say that Peter is going to inherit this large farm.


Heritage, inheritance, what is left one by testament, bequest or legacy, things inherited or to be inherited. Salâ nga panublíon. Original sin. (see súblì, panúblì).


ugút

Hiligaynon

To inherit (a trait, quality, features, etc.), to be like, take after in colour, figure, expression, etc. Iníng bátà nakaugút gid sa íya ilóy, dílì sa íya amáy. This child takes after its mother, not after its father. (see paugút, súblì, panúblì, sunúd).


ugút

Hiligaynon

To inherit (a trait, quality, features, etc.), to be like, take after in colour, figure, expression, etc. Iníng bátà nakaugút gid sa íya ilóy, dílì sa íya amáy. This child takes after its mother, not after its father. (see paugút, súblì, panúblì, sunúd).


See katáas. Also: High dignity, things that are lofty or sublime.