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túmpok

Hiligaynon

A pile, heap, stack, mound, barrow, cairn, clump, mass (of wood, earth, stones, etc.); to pile, stack, amass, heap together, heap (up), make a heap of. Tumpoká ang mga bató. Put the stones together in a heap. Pile up-, Make a heap of-, the stones. Tinumpokán níla sang mga páhò ang látok. They put the mangoes in a heap on the table. Sa gihápon may mga tinúmpok nga ságing nga ginabalígyà sa tiénda. There are always piles of bananas for sale at the market. Ipatúmpok sa táo yanáng mga káhoy nga nalápta dirâ. Get someone to gather together in a heap the pieces of wood lying about over there. (see kamáda, túmpi).



túpad

Hiligaynon

(seldom tupád) To be at the side of, close by, near at hand, at one's elbow, in the immediate neighbourhood, be next neighbour to, to adjoin, be adjacent; to sit or stand side by side. Túpad ka sa íya. Tupári (-ádi) siá. Go (stand, sit) near him, close by him, at his side (elbow). Take your place close by him. Nagatuparáy (-páray) ang íla mga baláy. Their houses are next to (adjoining) each other. Ang tiénda kag ang ámon baláy nagatúpad. Ang tiénda (ámon baláy) nagatúpad sa ámon baláy (sa tiénda). Our house is near (adjoining, at the side of) the market place. Patúpad-to put or place side by side, etc.; to compare. Kon ipatúpad mo ang íya katarúngan sa íya ni Fuláno--. If you compare his argument (reasoning) with the argument put forth by N.N.--. (see íping, kílid, luyó, lapít, támbi, atúbang, támpad-to confront).


údal

Hiligaynon

To abate, diminish, slacken, languish, flag, dwindle, decrease, have the edge taken off, to blunt, dull. Walâ pa pagúdal ang pamaligyáon sa tínda (tiénda). Selling at the market is quite brisk still (has not slackened, grown dull, fallen off). Walâ pagúdal ang íya pamatásan. His habits are firmly rooted, difficult to reform or to eradicate. Indì mo pagudálon ang binángon. Don't blunt the bolo. (see búhin, hábul, hídal, hádal).


údal

Hiligaynon

To abate, diminish, slacken, languish, flag, dwindle, decrease, have the edge taken off, to blunt, dull. Walâ pa pagúdal ang pamaligyáon sa tínda (tiénda). Selling at the market is quite brisk still (has not slackened, grown dull, fallen off). Walâ pagúdal ang íya pamatásan. His habits are firmly rooted, difficult to reform or to eradicate. Indì mo pagudálon ang binángon. Don't blunt the bolo. (see búhin, hábul, hídal, hádal).


unúd

Hiligaynon

Flesh, meat, muscles (as distinct from bones); contents, filling; to contain, hold. Hingulíi kamí sa tiénda sing pulús unúd. Buy for us in the market meat alone (without bones). Malúyag ka magkáon sing unúd (kárne) sang báka? Do you like to eat some beef? Kaúyon ikáw sang unúd sang báka? Are you fond of beef? Iníng botílya walâ gid sing unúd. This bottle is empty (has nothing in it). Iníng tabungós nagaunúd sing duhá ka pásong. This basket holds (contains) two bushels. (see kárne, sulúd).


unúd

Hiligaynon

Flesh, meat, muscles (as distinct from bones); contents, filling; to contain, hold. Hingulíi kamí sa tiénda sing pulús unúd. Buy for us in the market meat alone (without bones). Malúyag ka magkáon sing unúd (kárne) sang báka? Do you like to eat some beef? Kaúyon ikáw sang unúd sang báka? Are you fond of beef? Iníng botílya walâ gid sing unúd. This bottle is empty (has nothing in it). Iníng tabungós nagaunúd sing duhá ka pásong. This basket holds (contains) two bushels. (see kárne, sulúd).


paoróm-oróm

Hiligaynon

(B) To stay or remain long, tarry, linger. Ngáa nga nagpaoróm-oróm ka dídto sa subâ, sa tiendáhan, etc.? Why did you remain so long there at the river, at the market, etc.? (see lúsgò, paorós-orós).


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