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túgpa

Hiligaynon

A pursuing squad, a troop of men or soldiers going in pursuit of brigands, etc.; band, body, batch, troop; to go in pursuit of, to pursue, chase, round up; to go to-, gather at-, a scene of action. Tugpahí silá. Pursue them. Go after them and round them up. Gintugpahán námon ang mga buyóng kag ginbáwì námon sa íla kamót ang mga biníhag níla. We pursued the robbers and rescued their prisoners. Sang pagkabatî níla nga may súnug sa dálan X. tumúgpa silá dídto sa gilayón. When they heard that there was a fire in X-street, they went there at once. (see lagás, dúgok, dúbok).



dámpug

Hiligaynon

A dark cloud, shadow; phantom, anything the presence of which intimidates or inspires fear; to pursue, follow or be present at (ready to take sides or interfere), dispirit, discourage, daunt, check. Walâ silá makamáy-om nga sa malayô nagapaháyag na ang maitúm nga dámpug sang kalisúd. They could not guess that in the distance a dark cloud of impending trouble was appearing. Nagdámpug siá sa íla nga pagsúay, pakigáway, etc. He was present (and acted as a check) on their quarrelling, fighting, etc. Dampugí silá. Go after them. Pursue them. Be present at their meeting (in order to daunt them, interfere if necessary, etc.). (see gál-um, pangánod, túgpa, támbong, lagás, páhug).


panúgpa

Hiligaynon

Freq. of túgpa-to pursue, etc.


patrúlya

Hiligaynon

(Sp. patrulla) Patrol, guard, troop (of soldiers, policemen, constabulary or the like). (see bántay, túgpa).


túgpay

Hiligaynon

To placate, etc. See lúgpay.