"paingon" has 2 meanings ???

is this correct?

paingnon can mean "to go to".  for example: paingon ko sa tindahan. I go to the store.

paingnon can mean "to say".  for example: paingon ko 'kini gwapa ng dini'. I say 'it is beautiful here.'

is both meanings correct? if you usually do not use one, which is more common, which is more unusual?

salamat po sa tabang :)

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1. to "go to": "paingon ko sa by danny gadugdug