Meaning of túlin

túlin

Hiligaynon

Order, command, injunction, direction, commission; to order, command, direct, enjoin, lay upon, entrust, confide to. Gintúlin níya sa ákon ang pagbántay sang baláy. He ordered me to guard the house. Pagatulínan ikáw dirâ sang gihápon nga mga hilikotón sang mga sologoón sa sulúd sang baláy. You will be directed to perform there the ordinary duties of a servant in the house. Tinúlin níya sa íya ang íya anák sang buút na siá mamatáy. When he was about to die he entrusted him with (committed to him) the care of his child. (see túgian, túgyan, bílin, tógon, sógò).



túlin

Hiligaynon

To be or become quiet, calm, steady, settled, still. Sang tápus na ang bágyo nagtúlin ang sakayán. After the storm the boat became steady. Nagatúlin na ang íla pagpuyô dídto. They are now quite settled there. (see linóng, táwhay, tahímik, tím-os).


túlin

Hiligaynon

Swiftness, celerity, velocity, fleetness, a steady straight course (of boats, birds, or the like); to cleave a path or way through, fly straight and swiftly, cut through the water with great volocity. (see dásig, dalágan, tádlong).