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túgyan

Hiligaynon

See túgian-to entrust, confide to, etc.



panúgyan

Hiligaynon

Freq. of túgyan. Recommendation, advice; to entrust to, advise, recommend, commend. (see panugyánon).


piár

Hiligaynon

(Sp. fiar) To trust, entrust, confide in, have confidence in, rely upon. Saráng mo siá mapiarán sang ímo kwárta, kay matárung kag salalígan siá nga táo. You can entrust your money to him, for he is an honest and reliable man. Ipiár lang sa íya ang ímo bisikléta. Entrust your bicycle to him. Indì siá magpiár sa ímo sang íya áwto. He will not entrust you with his auto. Saráng ikáw makapiár sa ákon. You can rely upon or trust me. (see sálig, túgyan).


tinugyánan

Hiligaynon

Manager, care-taker, administrator, one entrusted with the care of; representative, member of parliament. (túgyan).


túlin

Hiligaynon

Order, command, injunction, direction, commission; to order, command, direct, enjoin, lay upon, entrust, confide to. Gintúlin níya sa ákon ang pagbántay sang baláy. He ordered me to guard the house. Pagatulínan ikáw dirâ sang gihápon nga mga hilikotón sang mga sologoón sa sulúd sang baláy. You will be directed to perform there the ordinary duties of a servant in the house. Tinúlin níya sa íya ang íya anák sang buút na siá mamatáy. When he was about to die he entrusted him with (committed to him) the care of his child. (see túgian, túgyan, bílin, tógon, sógò).


tugyánan

Hiligaynon

One in charge, manager, etc. See tulugyánan.


lítog

Hiligaynon

To misuse, defraud, steal or cheat craftily, embezzle, fail to use (money, etc.) according to the intention of the contributor or donor. Ginlítog (ginpalítog) níya ang ákon kwárta. He misused my money, spent it wrongfully. Indì mo paglitógon (pagpalitógon) ang pílak nga gintúgyan sa ímo sang ibán. Do not use for your own purposes the money entrusted to you by others. (see palítog).


umál

Hiligaynon

Worn out, old, useless, of no use, unserviceable, said especially of pointed or edged iron tools. Umál nga kotsílyo. An old, useless knife. Ang binángon nga mahábul magatalúm liwán kon mabáid, ápang ang binángon nga umál índì na mamátì sa bairán, kóndì kinahánglan nga itúgyan sa manugsálsal. A blunt bolo will get sharp again, if honed, but a worn out bolo no longer answers to the hone; it must be handed over to the blacksmith. (omál id.).


umál

Hiligaynon

Worn out, old, useless, of no use, unserviceable, said especially of pointed or edged iron tools. Umál nga kotsílyo. An old, useless knife. Ang binángon nga mahábul magatalúm liwán kon mabáid, ápang ang binángon nga umál índì na mamátì sa bairán, kóndì kinahánglan nga itúgyan sa manugsálsal. A blunt bolo will get sharp again, if honed, but a worn out bolo no longer answers to the hone; it must be handed over to the blacksmith. (omál id.).