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tulugán

Hiligaynon

Matulugán and natulugán are used in the meaning of: to fall asleep. Natulugán siá. He fell asleep. Ang masakít nga bátà índì makatulúg, ápang básì matulugán siá; magtingúhà kamó sa paghípus, agúd índì mahúkaw ang íya túlug (katulúgon). The sick child does not sleep, but let us hope it may fall asleep; be very quiet so as not to disturb its slumber. (see túlug).



tulugán

Hiligaynon

Bed, sleeping room, place to sleep, etc. (See tululugán, higdáan).


higdaánan

Hiligaynon

(H) See higdáan id. Also: Sleeping room, bedroom, dormitory. (see tulugán, tululugán).


túlug

Hiligaynon

Sleep, sleeping; to go to bed, retire for the night, go to sleep, lie down to sleep. Matúlug na akó. I am going to bed. Kagáb-i sang ikapúlò ka táknà nagtúlug kamí nga tanán, ápang akó sing ákon walâ makatulúg sing bisán isá lámang ka pisók. Last night we all went to bed at ten o'clock, but I could not sleep (did not sleep) a wink. (see tulúg, katulúgon, tulugán).


tululugán

Hiligaynon

(H) A bedroom, sleeping apartment, dormitory. (see tulugán).