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salúpsup

Hiligaynon

To penetrate, etc. See salópsop.



látum

Hiligaynon

To enter deep, penetrate, permeate, sink into, soak in, be absorbed. Naglátum na ang íya balatían, kay walâ níya pagbúlnga sa gilayón. His sickness has now taken firm hold, for he did not apply remedies at once. Nagalátum sa ákon tagiposóon ang íya matám-is nga láygay. His sweet counsels are penetrating or touching my heart. Nalatúman (nalátman) akó siníng mga kalisúd. These troubles have touched me to the quick, have entered deep into my soul. Ang dálit sang mán-og naglátum na sa íya kaugatán. The snake poison has now permeated his veins. (see tudúk, turúk, salúpsup, kágit, etc.).


panalúpsup

Hiligaynon

Freq. of salúpsup-to enter deep, penetrate. (see panalúgsug).


salópsop

Hiligaynon

(H) To penetrate, go deep, enter deep. Iníng kasákit nagsalópsop sa íya tagiposóon. This sorrow or pain entered deep into (penetrated) his heart. Ginsalopsopán ang íya kasíngkásing sang amó nga kasubô. That sorrow touched him to the quick, wounded his heart deeply (salúpsup id.; see kágit).


tóoy

Hiligaynon

(B) To give a strong flavour to, season overmuch, put too much salt or condiment in food, etc.; to permeate, soak, fill to satiety, surfeit. Natóoy kang asín ang (Nasalópsop (Natómo) sang asín iníng) tosíno, hamón, sópas, etc. nga diá. This bacon, ham, soup, etc. is too salt. Natóoy (tána) kang (Natám-an siá sang) tubâ. He is soaked with toddy, i.e. he is drunk. (see látum, húpug, busúg, salópsop, salúpsup, támà).


túmu

Hiligaynon

To soak, drench, saturate, steep in, fill with. Ang íya tagiposóon natúmo sang katám-is sang paghigúgma. His heart was full with the pleasant feeling of love. Ang ságbot, labí na gid kon matúmu sing túbig, támà kabáhò. Rubbish, particularly when thoroughly wet with water, emits a very vile (offensive) odour. (see húpug, húmug, basâ, lúgum, tóoy, salúpsup).