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túmba

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tumbar) To fall, tumble over (down), turn a somersault, to upset, turn upside down, roll head over heels, topple over; to empty a glass, etc. (at one draught, stretch, pull, dash). Natúmba siá. He tumbled over. Andam ka agúd índì matúmba (magkatúmba) ang káro. Look out or the cart may topple over. Tumbahá na lang iníng isá ka báso nga tubâ. Just empty this glass of toddy. (see húlug, kulúb, sulî, dágpà, etc.).



túmba

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tumba) Tomb, grave, catafalque, vault, sepulchral monument, hearse; a bench or table for resting a coffin on during a funeral service. (see lulúbngan).


bagól

Hiligaynon

The skull; any skull-like vessel, as e.g. the rough shell of a coconut opened slightly at the top and used for cleaning purposes. (If the coconut-shell is scraped smooth, it is called "hungút"); brain, mind, head, soul. Butangí sing bagól ang túmba. Place a skull on the catafalque. Walâ gid inâ sa bagól ko. That never entered my head, never disturbed my thoughts, never bothered or troubled me. (see bagô, bángog, úlo, panumdúman).


kamíndag

Hiligaynon

Capsized, overturned; to turn turtle, overturn. (see túmba, sulî, balískad).


pabúyò

Hiligaynon

To throw-, strike-, knock-, down, to floor, lay level with the floor. Pinabúyò níya siá sa kalóg. He threw him into the ditch. (see banál, túmba, pilák, lámba, tíklod, tulúd).


póklid

Hiligaynon

To fall or tumble down, sink to the floor; throw on the ground. Nagsunggoánay silá kag napóklid silá nga duhá. They ran against each other (they collided) and both of them tumbled to the floor. (see túmba).


púkan

Hiligaynon

To overthrow, overturn, fell to the ground, lay low, cut down; to fall down. Pukána ang káhoy. Fell the tree. Pukáni akó sing ápat ka halígi. Cut down four posts for me. Ginpúkan sang hángin ang páhò. The mango-tree was blown down by the wind. Nagkalapúkan silá sa patág sang pagawáyan. They fell on the field of battle. Kon mabáskug ang bágyo mapúkan (magakapúkan) iníng baláy. If there should blow a violent storm, this house will tumble down. (see pulúd, túmba).


tikláhag

Hiligaynon

To observe closely, stretch one's neck, etc. See áohog, áwhog. Also: to stumble, sway to and fro, fall down. (see sándad, dulíngdúling, túmba, ikláhag).


tumbá-túmba

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of túmba. Also: rocking, jolting, swaying to and fro; to rock, jolt. Síya nga tumbátúmba. A rocking chair. Ang káro nagatumbátúmba. The cart is jolting. (see lumpálúmpa).


To roll down head over heels, fall down a steep incline, etc.; to struggle, wriggle, writhe, move restlessly, tumble about (as one suffering great pain, or the like). (see túmba, rímpwal, hiwasâ, kubyál, etc.).


tupók

Hiligaynon

To fall, be wounded or killed in war, die in battle, or the like. Ang mga nagkalatupók kag nagkalapatáy sa latagón sang pagawáyan. Those that fell and died on the field of battle. Naígò siá sang lisó kag natupók (nagkatupók). The bullet hit him and he fell to the ground. (see túmba).


katúmbal

Hiligaynon

Chili, a species of capsicum, red pepper, Cayenne pepper, Guinea pepper.


mapatumbayáon

Hiligaynon

Negligent, unconcerned, careless, heedless. (patumbáya; see mapabuyánbuyánon).


mapatumbayáon

Hiligaynon

Negligent, careless, dilatory, procrastinating. (see patumbáyà).


mapinatumbayáon

Hiligaynon

See mapatumbayáon.


patumbáyà

Hiligaynon

To neglect, abandon, shirk, bestow no care upon or pay no attention to. Indì mo pagpatumbayáan ang ímo mga tulumánon. Don't neglect your duties. Ginapatumbayáan gid lang níya ang pagpatoón sa íya mga kabatáan. He pays no attention to the education of his children.


patumbáyag

Hiligaynon

To walk quickly, run, etc. See patabáyag.


tumbága

Hiligaynon

Tombac, tombak, pinchbeck, bronce, an alloy of copper and zinc; sham gold.


túmbak

Hiligaynon

A harpoon, barbed spear or javelin, prong, fork. (see bángkaw-lance).


tumbák-túmbak

Hiligaynon

Dragon fly, damsel fly.


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