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tinúla

Hiligaynon

A vegetable side-dish, mostly with sauce. (see tóla, túla, útan, láswa).



tóla

Hiligaynon

To cook vegetables, boil legumes, prepare vegetable dishes, boil peas and beans in the pod. Toláha (toláa) ang dágmay, balúnggay, talóng, etc. Cook the dágmay, balúnggay, eggplant, etc. Tinoláhan kamí níya sing lángkà kag kadyós. She prepared for us (as a side-dish) some jack-fruit and kadyós-peas. Ipatóla sa kay Pédro ang mga patánì kag alugbáti. See to it that Peter boils the patánì-beans and the alugbáti-shoots. Náno ang áton toláhon (utánon, laswahón)? What kind of vegetable dishes shall we prepare? N.B. Toláon, toláan, etc. is often used in (B), toláhon, toláhan, etc. in (H). For boiling shelled (dry) peas and beans "lâgâ, (H), lágà, (B)" is frequently employed. (see túla, tulánhan, tinúla, útan, láswa).


tululán-on

Hiligaynon

Vegetables. See turulán-on, ulutanón, útan, láswa.


turulán-on

Hiligaynon

(B) Vegetables, etc. See ulutanón, útan, láswa, lalaswáhon; laswáhon, tóla, túla).


ulutanón

Hiligaynon

(H) Vegetables, greens, pot-herbs, garden-stuff, squashes, gourds, potatoes, yams, tubers, legumes, etc. (see útan, láswa).


ulutanón

Hiligaynon

(H) Vegetables, greens, pot-herbs, garden-stuff, squashes, gourds, potatoes, yams, tubers, legumes, etc. (see útan, láswa).


útan

Hiligaynon

Any kind of vegetable including legumes, tubers, salads, etc.; to boil or cook vegetables. Utánon mo iníng dágmay, balúnggay, alugbáti, etc. Cook this dágmay, these balúnggay-leaves, these alugbáti-shoots, etc. (see ulutanón, láswa, tóla, túla, tinóla, lapó, tanók).


útan

Hiligaynon

Any kind of vegetable including legumes, tubers, salads, etc.; to boil or cook vegetables. Utánon mo iníng dágmay, balúnggay, alugbáti, etc. Cook this dágmay, these balúnggay-leaves, these alugbáti-shoots, etc. (see ulutanón, láswa, tóla, túla, tinóla, lapó, tanók).


yúhum, yuhúm

Hiligaynon

To smile, laugh pleasantly. Nagyuhúm siá sang pagkabatî níya sang amó nga kahalam-útan. He smiled when he heard that pleasant story. Ginyuhumán níya akó. He smiled at me. Yuhumí ang bátà. Smile at the baby. (see kádlaw).


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