Meaning of tubâ

tubâ

Hiligaynon

Palm-wine, toddy, the (fermented) sap that trickles from the lopped fruit-stalk of the coconut palm. Tubâ nga agahán (haponán). Toddy collected in the morning (afternoon). Ibutáng mo lang ang íya sinâ nga hámbal sa tubâ. Put his words down to the toddy i.e. excuse him, because he was drunk when he said it.



tubâ

Hiligaynon

To fell, cut down, cut (i.e. sever and take away, as a bunch of) bananas, etc. Túb-on mo ang ságing (sáb-a). Cut down the banana-tree. Túb-i akó sing isá ka búlig. Cut down for me one bunch of bananas. Tinúb-an níya akó sing anonóo (sáb-a) nga gúlang. He cut down some ripe anonóo bananas for me. (see tapás, púkan, pulúd).


tubá

Hiligaynon

(B) To cross a river or brook, to ford, go over to the other side of a valley, canal, etc. Sa igtubá. On the other (further) side, across the river or valley. (see tabók).


túba

Hiligaynon

To catch fish by vitiating the water, to put poisonous leaves, herbs, shrubs, etc, in the water in order to benumb the fish or to kill them; to use explosives (dynamite) in fishing. (see lágtang, panúba).


túba

Hiligaynon

To fuddle, befuddle, make dizzy or drunk. Natúba (Nagkatúba) siá sang bíno. He is (was) befuddled with wine. Ang lakás nga paginúm nagtúba sa íya. Too much drink made him dizzy. (see hubúg, balúng, língin, lingín, tóoy).