Search results for "tugon"

buntugon [buntúgon] n Anchor rope (as of the large rope on a ship used to secure a boat to a bollard on the pier or the anchor rope of a fish trap). (sem. domains: 6.4.5.3 - Fishing equipment.)

butugon [butugón] (der. of butog) adj Bulging, bumpy, lumpy. (sem. domains: 8.3.1.6.1 - Concave.)

katugon [katúgon] adj Stunted, stopped growing. matagal tumaas Ibaligya yangey nako ling baktin nak katugon ra magrako. I will now sell this pig it seems it has stopped growing. (sem. domains: 7.2.7.2 - Stay, remain, 6.3.1.4 - Pig, 2.6.4.6 - Grow, get bigger.)

katugon-tugon [katugon-túgon] (der. of tugon) n Strict order. (sem. domains: 4.5.3.2 - Command, 4.3.8 - Change behavior.)

nagpakatugon nak gador [nagpakatúgon nak gadór] v Strictly instructed. ipinagbilin ng mabuti Kag ida nanay ay nagpakatugon nak gador nak indi sida magpabada sa pag-eskwela. His mother strictly instructed him not to abandon his studies.

tugon [túgon] 11.1n A reminder to do something. (sem. domains: 3.2.1.1 - Think about, 3.2.6.4 - Remind.) 1.2vbt To remind, be reminded to do something. paalala Ingtugon sida nak magbisita sa ida nanay pag pa Manila. He was reminded to visit his mother when he went to Manila. Tuguna sida nak magbalik isag. Remind her to come back later. (sem. domains: 3.2.1.1 - Think about.) 22.1n A parting, final request to do something for somebody (eg. buying things); the things requested to be purchased; purchases. Maramo kag ida panugon pag pa Manila nako. The things he requested me to get for him when I went to Manila were many. Kag ida tugon ay ako nabakay. I was able to buy the things he requested. (sem. domains: 3.2.1.1 - Think about, 3.2.6.4 - Remind.) 2.2vbt To request somebody to do something for somebody (often buying things for somebody else when going somewhere). Ingpanugon nako sa ida kag pagbakay it karne. I requested him to buy meat for me. Ingpanugon nida si Rose kang Fely nak magpa-Manila. She requested Rose through Fely to come to Manila. (sem. domains: 3.3.2 - Request.) 2.3vbt To give parting, order final instructions, command somebody to do something; to give strict orders to somebody, often before leaving or sending them away. Nagtugon nak gador si Nanay sa amo nak indi magpagab-i sa rayan. Mother gave strict orders to us not to stay out late on the street. (sem. domains: 3.6.1 - Show, explain.) der. katugon-tugon

saliabor [saliábor] (irreg. infl. suliabor) 1adj Mixed-up; entangled. syn: salimuyakot. 2vi To get entangled; mixed-up; to be confused (as of people walking every direction at once; all talking at once, rope tangled among branches, mixed-up things or work to be done). buhol-buhol Nagsaliabor kag mga tawo sa tunga it banwa tong di pista. During the fiesta, people went to every direction around the town. Nagsaliabor kag ida tugon sa ako isip kada ako nalimutan tong iba. What she said to me got mixed-up in my mind that’s why I forgot some of them. Pag magsinaliabor kinang bunang sa kahon, ako ikaw aragpakon . If the thread on the box get entangled with each other, I’ll spank you.

togtog₂ [tógtog] v To play a piano or another musical instrument. togtog Apatugtugon nako sida it piyano. I’ll have her play the piano. (sem. domains: 4.2.3.2 - Play music.)

tuytog₂ [túytog] 1n Chopping board. sangkalan Kag toytugan nina Nang Linda ay pisangey. The chopping board of Nang Linda was broken. 2vt To pound on something; to beat. palo Atuytugon kono ni Mr. Fortu kag mga eskwela nak nagbubolakbol. Mr.Fortu will beat the pupils who are cutting classes. Ingtutuytog ni Papa kag lata nak bahugan it iro pag ida gingpapakaon. Papa pounds the can where the dogs eat when he feeds them. der. tuytugan