Search result(s) - tokó

tokób

Hiligaynon

See tukúb-to pounce upon, etc.



tókod

Hiligaynon

To erect, establish, etc. See túkud.


tokón

Hiligaynon

A long pole, a punt-pole for propelling a boat in shallow water; to use such a pole for propelling a boat, to pole, punt. Tokoní ang sakayán. Pole-, Punt-, the boat.


tokós

Hiligaynon

To afford, stand, be willing to pay (a high price, etc.). See tukús.


tókoy

Hiligaynon

A term used in calling a dog; to call a dog by shouting: "tókoy". Tokóya ang idô. Call the dog.


tokóy-tókoy

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of tókoy.


toktokón

Hiligaynon

Rusty, full of rust, covered with rust, oxidized.


toloktokón

Hiligaynon

Back, spine, back-bone, shoulder-blade. (see talódtod).


That is to be-chopped up,-minced,-cut up in small pieces,-hashed. Unúd nga toloktokón. Meat for a mince-pie. (tóktok).


bitóson

Hiligaynon

See bitókon. (bítos-bítok).


hátok

Hiligaynon

To prick, hurt, sting, punch holes in, wound on the surface with any sharp or pointed instrument. Indì mo paghatókon ang látok. Don't punch or cut holes in the table. (see dúsak, dús-il, bákris, búhò, kúrit, tóktok).


hínis

Hiligaynon

To rub, polish, clean, scrape (with sand-paper, sand, etc.). Maghínis ka sang mga báso, pínggan, etc.-or-Hínsi (hinísi) ang mga báso, pínggan, etc. Polish (clean) the glasses, plates, etc. Ihínis iníng binókbok nga tísa sa mga toktokón nga mga tenedór. Rub the rusty forks with this brick-dust. Ihínis akó ánay sang mga galamitón sa digamohán. Please clean the kitchen-utensils for me (with sand, etc.).


hínlas

Hiligaynon

To clear away rust from iron by heating and hammering, purify metals by fire. Ang manugsálsal nagahínlas sang salsálon. The smith is cleaning the iron (by making it red-hot and then hammering it on the anvil). Hinlasí iníng salsálon nga toktokón. Purify this rusty iron.


hinúl-an

Hiligaynon

Bony, full of bones, strong of bone; to ossify, harden, become as hard as bone, to take out bones, to bone. Hinul-anán mo ánay ang kárne kag ugáling toktokón. First take out the bones and then chop up the meat. First bone the meat and then chop it up. (see túl-an, hanúl-an).


kotó-kotó

Hiligaynon

See bilógbilóg. Madámù ang kotókotó siníng bunáng. This yarn is not smooth, is full of little lumps or knots (nodes).


mabinatóon

Hiligaynon

See mabinatókon. (bátò-bátok).


mán-ok

Hiligaynon

To call the dog, call the dogs together. (see tókoy, panókoy).


panókoy

Hiligaynon

Freq. of tókoy-to call-the dog,-dogs together.


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