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tubók

Hiligaynon

To submit, yield, surrender, give way, but mostly used with pa-prefixed and in a negative sentence. Indì siá magpatubók. He won't give in. He will not back down. (see pasúpil, padaúg, paubág, patubalíng).



tubók

Hiligaynon

(B) A pin, peg, bolt, small piece of metal, bamboo, wood, etc. used for fastening together separate articles; to pin (up). Túbki (Tubokí) ang báyò na. (Síbti ang íya báyò). Pin up her dress. (see sibít, tisók, túslok, etc.).


bárba

Hiligaynon

(Sp. barba) Beard, whiskers. Patubóa ang ímo bárba. Let your beard grow. Grow a beard. (see búngot).


butíg

Hiligaynon

A kind of white pimple or small swelling. Madámù ang butíg nga nagtúbò sa íya láwas. Many white pimples appeared on his body. (see púnggod).


dunâ

Hiligaynon

Nature, a necessary quality; natural to. (see kinatúbò).


eskwéla

Hiligaynon

(Sp. escuela) School-house, school; school-children; to go to school. Mageskwéla kamó. Go to school. Diín ikáw nagaeskwéla? Where do you go to school? Madámù ang mga eskwéla dirí. There are many schools or school-children here. Katúbò ko siá kag nageskwéla kamí sing dungán. He is of the same age as myself, and we went to school together. Dî mo pagpaeskwelahón ang ímo bátà sa mga eskweláhan nga waláy pagtóo. Don't send your child to a school without religion. (see búthò, buluthóan, bumulúthò).


eskwéla

Hiligaynon

(Sp. escuela) School-house, school; school-children; to go to school. Mageskwéla kamó. Go to school. Diín ikáw nagaeskwéla? Where do you go to school? Madámù ang mga eskwéla dirí. There are many schools or school-children here. Katúbò ko siá kag nageskwéla kamí sing dungán. He is of the same age as myself, and we went to school together. Dî mo pagpaeskwelahón ang ímo bátà sa mga eskweláhan nga waláy pagtóo. Don't send your child to a school without religion. (see búthò, buluthóan, bumulúthò).


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