Search result(s) - tugúb

tugúb

Hiligaynon

Full, replete, filled; to fill, flood, brim, fill to overflowing; make overflow. Natugúb (Nagkatugúb, tugúb) ang íya tagiposóon sang kalípay. His heart is overflowing with joy. Ginatugúb siá sang kasubô. He is filled with sorrow. (see punô, butâ).



tugúb

Hiligaynon

(B) To do something thoroughly, to finish, complete, exhaust. Gintúgban ko kang lágaw ang mga búkid nga diá (diáng mga búkid). (Ginúbus ko sang lágaw iníng mga búkid). I have rambled (walked, ranged) through all these mountains. (see úbus, úrut).


guób

Hiligaynon

To fill, pervade, occupy completely, leave no vacant space, particularly applied to sounds and odours. Ang íya nga tíngug nagguób sang malápad nga simbáhan. His voice filled the large church. (see tugúb, tuób).


lágub

Hiligaynon

Full, replete; saturated, imbued. Lágub siá sa mánggad, sa katámad, etc. He is full of wealth, laziness, etc. i.e. he is very rich, very lazy, etc. (see tugúb, lábo).


tóob

Hiligaynon

Fumigation, disinfection; to envelop in the smoke of burning herbs as a cure; to incense, fume, disinfect. (see guób, tugúb).


túgban, túgbon

Hiligaynon

From tubúg-to wallow and from tugúb-to fill, etc.


túob, tuób

Hiligaynon

See tóob, toób-to fill with odours, etc. (see guób, tugúb).