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todô

Hiligaynon

(B) To point at with the finger, to point the finger at; the index, fore-finger. (see túdlò, tulúdlò, turúdò).



tódo

Hiligaynon

To do well, perform as well as possible, do thoroughly. Todóhi nínyo ang pagdáro, ang pagtínlò sang balatonán, etc. Plough as well as possible, clean the reception hall very well, etc.


tódas

Hiligaynon

(Sp. A todo) A term often used in card-playing and meaning: to win all the tricks, win all round, win the game or stake. Nagtódas siá. He made all the tricks. He won the stake. Pilá ka tódas ang kinahánglan sa pagkúhà sang sapátos nga ínyo ginasugalán? How many wins are required (how often must one make all the tricks) to get the boots you are playing for?


todó-tódo

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of tódo. To exert oneself, strive, make great efforts, do one's best, do to the best of one's ability; thorough, hearty, perfect, complete, entire, consummate, with might and main. Ngáa nga todótódo ang dalágan mo? Why are you running-so swiftly,-as quick as the wind,-like mad,-as if it were for your life? (see panikasúg, paningúhà, himúgtoy).


tódtod

Hiligaynon

To do well, perform exactly, do to the best of one's ability. Todtorá inâ. Do this very well. (see tódo).


túdlò

Hiligaynon

Finger, digit, toe; teaching, instruction, injunction; to point out, indicate, show, direct; to teach, inform, impart knowledge or information, educate, instruct, correct another's conduct. Ang mga túdlò sang kamót. The fingers. Ang mga túdlò sang tiíl. The toes. Iní túdlò gid sang Diós. This, indeed, is the finger of God. Tudloí siá. Teach him. Instruct him. Tudloí akó sang dálan pakádto sa--. Itúdlò sa ákon ang dálan pakádto sa--. Tell me the way to--. Point out to me the way or road to--. Walâ níya pagitúdlò sa íya mga anák ang maáyo nga batásan. He did not teach his children good behaviour (manners and right conduct). May saráng ikáw matúdlò sa ákon nga mga táo nga makahibaló magbúhat sinâ? Can you show me some men that know how to do it (that)? Walâ siá matudloí sing maáyo, kay walâ sing nagtúdlò sa íya. He was not well instructed, because no one had taught him. Itúdlò ko kuntánì sa íya ang takús níya buháton, ápang índì siá magpatúdlò. I would gladly point out to him what he should do, but he is averse to being taught. Kon índì ka magpatúdlò sa ákon pagaipatúdlò ko ikáw sa kay tátay. If you don't want to be taught by me, I'll hand you over to father for instruction. Tinúdlò níya sa ákon si Fuláno kag sumilíng: "--. He pointed out to me N.N. and said "--. Maálam na siá; walâ na akó sing ikatúdlò sa íya. He is well instructed now; I cannot teach him any more. (see tudô, todô, tulúdlò, manunúdlò, panúdlò).


tudô

Hiligaynon

(B) See todô id. (see túdlò).


todós

Hiligaynon

To crush, quash, crack (with the finger-nail, or the like, as a flea, bug or other insect), to squelch, squash. Tódsa (todosá) ang kúto. Crack the louse (with your finger-nail). (see pusâ, lumâ).


panudós

Hiligaynon

Freq. of tudós, todós-to squash, swat (flies, fleas, etc.).


tudós

Hiligaynon

See todós id.


udót-udót

Hiligaynon

Flattery, fooling; to flatter, trick, wheedle, cajole, etc. See odót, odótodót, unís, utís.


udót-udót

Hiligaynon

Flattery, fooling; to flatter, trick, wheedle, cajole, etc. See odót, odótodót, unís, utís.