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tónton

Hiligaynon

To lower or let down by means of a rope, or the like. Hígti ang bakág sang kalát kag itónton gíkan sa bintánà. Tie a rope round the basket and lower it from the window. Tontoní kamí sing duhá ka plánsa nga sim. Let down (by a rope) two sheets of galvanized iron; we need them. (túntun id.).



táwtaw

Hiligaynon

To throw, fling, hurl, let down, cast (anchor, a fishing line, etc.); to bob, dangle, swing (in front of, or before, another). Itáwtaw ang paón. Cast (throw out) the bait. Gintáwtaw níla ang sinipít. They cast anchor. Tawtawí siá sang amó nga pamangkotánon. Throw that question at him i.e. ask him that question. (see húlug, habóy, tónton, bálang, pilák).


tímtim

Hiligaynon

To dangle, swing, bob (as an object suspended by a string). Natímtim ang bibíngka sa tamparán níya. The bibíngka-cake dangled in front of him. Patimtimí siá sing mamón. Dangle a (piece of) cake before him (and withdraw it at once, if he should try to catch hold of it). (see táwtaw, tónton).


túntun

Hiligaynon

To lower, let down (by means of a rope, etc.). (tónton id.).