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on-on [ón-on] v To protrude, hang downwards. On-onan kinang pisi sa bal-ong para makababa ikaw sa buho. Let that rope down into the well so you can go down the hole.

tupong [tupóng] 1adj Just touching, meet in the middle, as of two objects. (sem. domains: 8.5.1.2.2 - Between.) 1.1adj Level; Point, place at which items meet, touch (as of blinds meeting, touching one-on-one); Equal with something, somebody (in height, length) Tupongey baga kami it ako manghor. My younger sister snd I are the same height now. 1.2vt To equalize; to level something. ipapantay Atupungon nako kag kuray. I’ll level the fence. Itupong nako’t kuray kag yagari. I’ll use the saw for leveling the fence. 22.1vbt To reach the same level as somebody else (as of achievement, height) Natupungan nida kag inarayan it ida maguyang. He was able to reach the same level with the education gained by his brother. Atupungan nako kag ida marka, kada mapakaestudyo pa ako. I’ll study more so I can reach the same level with his mark.