tulud 1v To take hold of and push. Tulud nu ka gakit. Push the raft. Ka gakit, nakagakap diò to pantad no ogtulud ta diò to woig. [The form tulud refers to pushing it somewhere. The form ogpanulud would refer to helping someone with something, such as a raft, to deliver it to someplace.] osyn: usung 1. 2v To accompany or deliver something partway, short of its ultimate destination [Such as for someone to assist another in taking a raft to its destination when person taking it is unable to manage on his own.] 3(mt.) To push something toward someone. 4v To deliver something, such as a raft.
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usung v 1To shove; to push, as a person or a door. osyn: tulud 1. 2To press, as when a midwife during birthing. Ka otow no og-agud, og-ayunan din ka batò to bolad din di moimung dò to og-usung. [As for] a person who manipulates [the baby during childbirth], she adjusts the child with her hands but just presses gently. osyn: dusù; ant: husud 2.