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íngkà

Hiligaynon

To move, lift, shift, dislodge, remove from its place. Ingkaá kon maíngkà mo yanáng bató. Shift (or move) that stone, if you can. Naíngkà ang kinitáan sang tápì, kay nagkúpus ang káhoy. The board seams opened, for the wood shrank. (see ínghit, etc.).



íngkà

Hiligaynon

To move, lift, shift, dislodge, remove from its place. Ingkaá kon maíngkà mo yanáng bató. Shift (or move) that stone, if you can. Naíngkà ang kinitáan sang tápì, kay nagkúpus ang káhoy. The board seams opened, for the wood shrank. (see ínghit, etc.).


bándog

Hiligaynon

(B) To stir, move, make an impression upon. Indì siá mabándog. He is not to be moved, one cannot move him or change his mind. Awát lang ang tanán nga mga láygay sa íya, kay índì ka makabándog sa íya. All admonitions given to him are in vain, for you cannot move him. (see ínkà, íngkà, lígid, língkang).


ínghit

Hiligaynon

To move, shift, shove, dislodge, shake loose, change the posture or position of. Inghitá ang halígi kon makaínghit ka sinâ. Move the post, if you are able (to move it). (see gíhit, gihít, íngkà, ínkà).


ínghit

Hiligaynon

To move, shift, shove, dislodge, shake loose, change the posture or position of. Inghitá ang halígi kon makaínghit ka sinâ. Move the post, if you are able (to move it). (see gíhit, gihít, íngkà, ínkà).


ínkà

Hiligaynon

To move, etc. See íngkà.


ínkà

Hiligaynon

To move, etc. See íngkà.


ligáb

Hiligaynon

To bend, twist, turn sideways, deviate from a straight course or line; to move, stir, shake. (see tikô, likô, íngkà, tión, língkang, íngkit, húlag).


pión

Hiligaynon

To move, displace. (see tión, tióng, língkang, ínghit, íngkà).


balíngkat

Hiligaynon

See balikwâ, balíkwat.


bibíngka

Hiligaynon

A cake made of rice-flour mixed with coconut meat, sugar, etc., and baked> (see púto-the same, but boiled).


bíngka

Hiligaynon

See bibíngka, bibínka id.


bíngka

Hiligaynon

Edge, rim, border, bank. (see bígki, gíding, bínka, binít).


bíngkal

Hiligaynon

To break in a door, etc., to force an entrance. Bingkalá ang ganháan. Break in the door. Bingkalí silá sing isá ka puérta. Force open one door for them. Ibíngkal akó ánay siníng puérta, kay nawád-an akó sang lyábi. Kindly burst open this door for me as I have lost the key. (see búngkal).


bíngkas

Hiligaynon

To fray, fret, chafe, become loose and torn. Nagakabíngkas ang mga ninahót siníng heneró. The threads of this cloth are getting loose and broken. (see tíngkas).


kamotingkáhoy

Hiligaynon

See kamotikáhoy.


kasíngkal

Hiligaynon

Very great heat, torrid heat, hot weather, torridity, torridness, state of being very hot; heat (of anger or passion).


kasíngkasíng

Hiligaynon

A knob or protuberance on the neck of some horses (as a distinctive horse-mark).


língkang

Hiligaynon

To shake, move to and fro or up and down, jolt, jog, budge, move. Indì siá malíngkang sa íya tinindúgan. He cannot be moved from his position. Lingkangá gid siá. Move him at all costs. Ilíngkang ko iníng bára sa dakû nga bató. I shall try to move the large stone with this crow-bar. (see ínghit, ínkà).


lingkáng-língkang

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of língkang. Ang káro nagalingkánglíngkang. The cart is shaking, jolting. (see limpálímpa, etc.).


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