Meaning of túgbong

túgbong

Hiligaynon

To enter, fill (with water, etc.). Natúgbong sang túbig ang íya dalúnggan. His ears were filled with water.



túgbong

Hiligaynon

To deal (sell, buy) at market, take to market, put up for sale in a market, to market, go marketing. Itúgbong mo lang sa Ogtóng ang ímo dágmay. Take your dágmay to the market at Oton. Market your dágmay at Oton. Ang ámon tiénda ginatugbongán sa gihápon sing madámù nga balalígyà. A large variety of merchandise is sent to our market. Many goods are disposed of (sold, bought) at our market. Matúgbong man ikáw? Are you too going to market? (túbung id.).


túgbong

Hiligaynon

To buy in the open market, especially said of fresh fish. The form panúgbong is mostly used: to go in search of fresh fish, etc. Kahápon nanúgbung kamí, ápang walâ kamí makabakál sing ísdà, kay diótay kaáyo ang sóhot. Yesterday we went out to buy fresh fish, but we couldn't get any, as the catch had been so very small. Manúgbung (magapanúgbung) kitá buás sa ága pa gid, agúd básì pa lang kon makaayô kitá sing diótay nga ísdà gíkan sa párte sang mga bóso. Early tomorrow morning we shall go in search of fresh fish; we hope to obtain some by entreaty from the divers' share.