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tinúm-an

Hiligaynon

For tinuóman, tinoóman from tóom.



tinúm-an

Hiligaynon

Leaves used for wrapping round fish, meat, etc. The fish, meat, etc. thus protected is put in hot ashes or roasted over live coals. (see túm-an).


tinum-anán

Hiligaynon

Fish, meat, etc. wrapped up in leaves and covered with hot ashes or roasted over live coals. (see tinúm-an).


tinuóman

Hiligaynon

See tinúm-an.


túm-an

Hiligaynon

To wrap a thing in leaves and warm-, heat-, cook-, it by burying it under hot ashes, over live coals, etc. Tum-aní ang talámbal. Heat the poultice (plaster). Tum-anán mo lang ang lígbos, ang binóro nga bilóngbilóng, etc. Wrap leaves round the lígbos-mushroom, the pickled bilóngbilóng-fish, etc. and cook it in hot ashes. Ang artamísa nga tinóktok íla tinum-anán (gintum-anán) kag itámbal (gintámbal) sa lamutî sang ákon túdlò. They made a fomentation (stupe) of chopped up wormwood and put it on the blister of my finger. (see tóom, tinum-anán).