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túgnod

Hiligaynon

To dip in, immerse, plunge in (into) a liquid; to boil in sugar (bananas or other fruit). Itúgnod ang ságing sa lasáw. Boil the bananas in the molasses. (see tógnod, tinógnod, túgmaw, túsmug).



tánag

Hiligaynon

To cover with, immerse, steep in, particularly said of fruit steeped in a solution of lime previous to being put into the boiling juice of sugar cane. Tanágan mo ánay ang sántol (sing ápog) kag ugáling ilúnud sa kalámay. First dip the santol-fruit in lime-water and then put it into the sugar. (see túgnod).


tógnod

Hiligaynon

To dip in; to boil in sugar. See túgnod, tinógnod).


túgmaw

Hiligaynon

Immersion, submersion; to immerse, submerge, dip in, put in water, soak, drench, sop, plunge into a liquid. Itúgmaw sa tíntà ang ímo plúma. Dip your pen in the ink. (see túsmug, túgnod, túm-oy, lúnud, lúgdang, túgdang).