Search result(s) - túgpo

túgpò

Hiligaynon

Push, pushing, launching; to push, push over to, throw at (on, upon), urge upon, launch, put forth, put up (as candidate for an office, or the like). Itúgpò ang ímo manók sa ákon manók, agúd magsámpok silá. Throw your cock at mine so that they may fight. Itúgpò siá sa káy Fuláno. Push him against N.N. Gintugpoán níya ang idô sang kuríng. He threw the cat on the dog. Ang palapilián nga íla ginatúgpò--. The candidate whom they are putting up for office--. (see tulúd, súlpò).



túgpò

Hiligaynon

To challenge, provoke, defy, brave; to crow (of cocks). (see panúgpò, súlung, ákyat, pamálò).


túgpo

Hiligaynon

Land-breeze, wind or breeze coming from the mountains and blowing towards the sea.


habágat

Hiligaynon

The south or the southwest wind, simoom, simoon, sirocco. (see amíhan, kanáway, túgpo, laságas, salátan, tímug).


panúgpò

Hiligaynon

To challenge, provoke; to crow (of cocks). (see túgpò).


túgpon

Hiligaynon

To add to, prolong, etc. See súgpon.