Meaning of upús nga sinulî

upús nga sinulî

Hiligaynon

A piece of wood burned on one side and turned round so that the other side may burn. Metaphorically: Sang dídto na kamí sa uluúnhan may nagsúgid sa ámon nga nagubâ ang táytay, gánì daw sinulî lang kamí nga upús. When we had gone a little ahead we were told that the bridge was destroyed; so we turned back (did not continue our march).



upús nga sinulî

Hiligaynon

A piece of wood burned on one side and turned round so that the other side may burn. Metaphorically: Sang dídto na kamí sa uluúnhan may nagsúgid sa ámon nga nagubâ ang táytay, gánì daw sinulî lang kamí nga upús. When we had gone a little ahead we were told that the bridge was destroyed; so we turned back (did not continue our march).


upús nga sinulî

Hiligaynon

A piece of wood burned on one side and turned round so that the other side may burn. Metaphorically: Sang dídto na kamí sa uluúnhan may nagsúgid sa ámon nga nagubâ ang táytay, gánì daw sinulî lang kamí nga upús. When we had gone a little ahead we were told that the bridge was destroyed; so we turned back (did not continue our march).


upús nga sinulî

Hiligaynon

A piece of wood burned on one side and turned round so that the other side may burn. Metaphorically: Sang dídto na kamí sa uluúnhan may nagsúgid sa ámon nga nagubâ ang táytay, gánì daw sinulî lang kamí nga upús. When we had gone a little ahead we were told that the bridge was destroyed; so we turned back (did not continue our march).