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sútsut

Hiligaynon

To push, impel, thrust; instigate. See sótsot.



dúg-dug

Hiligaynon

To thrust, stab, stick, jab, pierce with an upward motion. Idúgdug iníng bagát sa halô sa kisamí. Jab this bamboo-pole against the iguana on the ceiling. Dugdugá ang koláknit sang liníyas nga kawáyan. Make a thrust at the bat with the piece of split bamboo. (see sútsut).


dúgkal

Hiligaynon

To thrust, stick, stab, pierce, run through, with a downward motion, as with a shovel, dibble, spear, lance, etc. Dugkalá sang kawáyan ang mán-og nga árà sa búhò. Stick the bamboo into the snake in that hole there. Idúgkal sa haló ang tágad. Run the iguana through with your dibble. (see hárog, dúgdug, sútsut-to stick, etc. with an upward motion; dúghal, dúghat).


húthut, hóthot

Hiligaynon

An expression used for urging on a dog, etc.; to urge on, incite; instigate, animate. Húthut, dákpa sa lubút. Hey (Heigh) catch it (a goat, etc.) by the neck. (see ís-is, país-is, sútsut).


súdyot

Hiligaynon

To incite, stimulate, urge, tempt. (see súgyot, súplut, tulúd, sútsut, sótsot).


suláy

Hiligaynon

To tempt, try to seduce, lead into temptation, put to the test, provoke, incite, entice, persuade (especially to do evil). Indì mo siá pagsulayón. Don't-tempt him,-put him to the test. Si Hesús ginsuláy sang yáwà (manunúlay). Jesus was tempted by the devil (tempter). (see hágad, sútsut, súgyot, tulúd).