Search result(s) - úntay

úntay

Hiligaynon

To stretch out, extend, straighten a limb, a rope, etc. Untayá ang ímo bútkon. Stretch out your arm. Hold your arm out straight. Iúntay ang ímo tiíl. Stretch forth your foot. Untayí siá siníng kalát, kay íya aláson (pagaaláson). Straighten this rope for him, for he is going to wind it up. Iúntay mo akó siníng hábul, kay madámù sing yokót. Please smooth this blanket for me, because it is full of wrinkles. (see tádlong, táning).



úntay

Hiligaynon

To stretch out, extend, straighten a limb, a rope, etc. Untayá ang ímo bútkon. Stretch out your arm. Hold your arm out straight. Iúntay ang ímo tiíl. Stretch forth your foot. Untayí siá siníng kalát, kay íya aláson (pagaaláson). Straighten this rope for him, for he is going to wind it up. Iúntay mo akó siníng hábul, kay madámù sing yokót. Please smooth this blanket for me, because it is full of wrinkles. (see tádlong, táning).


paúntay

Hiligaynon

Caus. of úntay-to stretch, straighten, etc. Ipaúntay sa íya ang alámbre. Let him pull the wire straight. Hand the wire over to him for straightening it out.


táning

Hiligaynon

To make taut, to tighten, straighten (a rope, etc.). Tanínga ang kalát. Tighten the rope. Pull the rope straight. Mahámpang kitá sang "habúl-*hábul sa táytay"; kon magsilíng gánì ang manugdumála "taníngon" laboyán, kon "laboyán" taníngon. Let us play the game of "weaving on the bridge"; when the leader says; "Tighten", let loose, when he says; "Let loose", tighten. (see úntay, hugút, tádlong, taníng).


únyat

Hiligaynon

To stretch lengthwise, lengthen, draw out (an elastic band, etc.). Unyatá ang lástiko. Stretch the elastic band. (see úntay).


únyat

Hiligaynon

To stretch lengthwise, lengthen, draw out (an elastic band, etc.). Unyatá ang lástiko. Stretch the elastic band. (see úntay).


lúntay

Hiligaynon

To fall out, separate (as overripe grain from the ear, etc.). (see rúntay id.).


rúntay

Hiligaynon

(B) To fall out or off, said of overripe grain, etc.


lólos

Hiligaynon

To roll up, wind up, tuck up. Lolosá ang pakô sang bátà, kay síbtan siá sang manugbúlung. Tuck up (roll up) the child's sleeve, for the doctor is going to vaccinate it. Ginlolós níya ang kortína sang higdáan. He rolled up the bed-curtain. Indì mo paglolosón ang mantél sang lamésa, kóndì lábhan mo ánay kag ibulád sa ínit. Don't roll up the table-cover (table-cloth), but wash it first and spread it in the sun to dry. Ilolós akó ánay sang amákan. Please roll up the bamboo mat. Naghúmlad (nalógho) ang linolós níya nga delárgo. His tucked up trousers have come loose. Andam ka agúd índì magúntay (malubád) ang linolós mo nga pakô. Be on your guard or your turned-up sleeve may become loose. Untayí akó sang álba nga nalolós sa ákon likód. Let down the alb that is all rucked up on my back. (see lolón, balólon, baláking, kolókos).


lúbas

Hiligaynon

To shed, fall out, drop from the ears (of rice, etc.). (see rúbas, rúgon, rúntay).


lúg-as

Hiligaynon

To spoil, go to waste, run to seed, particularly said of overripe cereals that are not harvested at the proper time. (see lúb-as, rúb-as, rúg-as, lúgon, rúgon, rúntay).


lúgon

Hiligaynon

(H) To fall out, drop from the ears (of overripe grain). (see rúgon, rúntay).


rúgon

Hiligaynon

(B) To drop, fall down (of leaves, etc.). (see dágdag, húlug, táktak, rúntay).


rúsdak

Hiligaynon

To fall off, fall down (as fruit from trees, etc.) and break or spoil. (see dágdag, húlug, rúntay, púlak).