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tagínus

Hiligaynon

To succeed-, follow-, one the other, do one thing after another in regular succession, come or go one behind the other without interruption, come-after,-next. Nagtagínus (Nagtalagínus) silá sa pagpaúlì. They went home one after the other. Taginúsa ang ímo mga buluhatón. Perform your duties regularly, one after the other. (see sunúd, ápas, túndog).



talagínus

Hiligaynon

(H) To follow-, succeed-, one another; to leave-, disappear-, one after the other (as guests after a banquet, stars in the morning, etc. (see tagínus, sunúd, abákabák).


tugnós-túgnos

Hiligaynon

(B) To succeed-, follow-, one another, to arrive-, go away or leave-, sit down to a meal-, rise from the table-, make one's appearance-, disappear-, one after another. Nagturugnóstúgnos sánda sa pagabút. (Nagtalagínus silá sa pagabút). They arrived one after another. Nagturugnóstúgnos sánda sa paghalín. (Nagtalagínus silá sa paghalín). They disappeared one by one. They left one after another. Indì kamó magtugnóstúgnos (magtinugnóstugnósay) sa pagígmà, kóndì magdurúngan kamó. (Dílì kamó magtalagínus sa pagpanyága, kóndì magdulungán kamó). Don't take your dinner one after another, but take it all together. (see sunúd, tagínus, talagínus).