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tóksò

Hiligaynon

A question, interrogation, catechizing, inquiry, query, interpellation; to question, ask a question, catechize, interrogate, interpellate, inquire, demand. Toksoá siá sa nahanungúd sang íya pagpangabúdlay. Question him with regard to his work. Ask him about his work. Toksoón ko ikáw karón kon nakasaoló ka sang mga tóksò kag sabát. Presently I shall examine you to know whether you have learned by heart the questions and answers. (see pamángkot, pangutána, pakiána, pakisáyod).



bató-bató

Hiligaynon

Dim. of bató. Also: to do a little at a time, pick up here and there, read and spell at the same time, do falteringly or haltingly, do or let do by turns and the like. Ginbatóbató silá sang Párì sang mga tóksò. The Parish-Priest picked out several questions from the catechism for them to answer one by one. Nagabatóbató siá sa pagbása. He reads with difficulty, falteringly, stumbling over syllables, etc.


panóksò

Hiligaynon

Freq. of tóksò-to ask questions.


toksóan

Hiligaynon

Question-book; catechism. Toksoá siá sang mga tóksò sa toksóan. Ask him some questions from the catechism. (see tóksò).


turúksù

Hiligaynon

To interview, call to account, expostulate with, investigate, ask for an explanation. Turuksuá siá. Call him to account. Ask him for an explanation. (see tóksò).


karintukáy

Hiligaynon

(B) Small, little, tiny things, tots. Pulús mga karintukáy ang mga nagaeskwéla sa ákon kláse sang toksóan. The children that come to my catechism-class are all very small. (see íntok, magágmay, magágming).


katesísmo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. catecismo) Catechism, christian doctrine. (see toksóan).