Search result(s) - úyog

úyog

Hiligaynon

To shake, swing, move to and fro, cause to tremble or vibrate. Uyóga ang úlyog. Pull the string of the scarecrow (swinging apparatus) for scaring off birds. (see línog, táy-og).



úyog

Hiligaynon

To shake, swing, move to and fro, cause to tremble or vibrate. Uyóga ang úlyog. Pull the string of the scarecrow (swinging apparatus) for scaring off birds. (see línog, táy-og).


húyug

Hiligaynon

To shake, cause to vibrate. (see úyog).


To shake, tremble, sway to and fro. (see dúyug, duyúgduyúg, húyug, úyog).


layáb

Hiligaynon

To flutter, flap, be shaken to and fro by the wind, as clothes on a line or the like. Ang íya panápton nagalayáb sa hángin. His clothes are fluttering in the wind. Ginalayáb sang hángin ang íya báyò. His jacket is being fluttered by the wind. (see úyog, hulág-húlag).


lungâ-lúngà

Hiligaynon

To loosen by shaking to and fro, move to right and left, as a nail, post, bolt, etc., in order to draw it with ease. Lungâ-lungáa ang lánsang ánay kag ugáling gabúton mo. Shake the nail first to and fro and then draw it out. Ginlungâlúngà níya ang búgsok túbtub nga mahapús kuháon. He shook the stake till it became easy to remove it. (see úyog, hungáhúngà).


táy-og

Hiligaynon

A quake, shake, tremble, quiver; to shake, quake, tremble, rock, toss. Tay-ogá ang íya baláy. Shake his house. Nabugtawán námon kagáb-i ang línog, kay natáy-og (nagkatáy-og) ang búg-os ngga baláy námon. We started up (awoke, woke up) last night at the earthquake, for our whole house shook. (see úyog, húlag).


uluyogón

Hiligaynon

That is to--, can--, be shaken, etc.; shakeable. (cf, úyog).


uluyogón

Hiligaynon

That is to--, can--, be shaken, etc.; shakeable. (cf, úyog).


úlyab

Hiligaynon

To pull, tear at, shake to and fro so as to separate (loosen) one thing from another, to draw or pull apart, work loose. Ulyabá ang báhì túbtub nga makúhà mo sa dútà. Work the dibble to and fro till you get it out of the ground. (see lungálúngà, úyog, hulághúlag).


úlyab

Hiligaynon

To pull, tear at, shake to and fro so as to separate (loosen) one thing from another, to draw or pull apart, work loose. Ulyabá ang báhì túbtub nga makúhà mo sa dútà. Work the dibble to and fro till you get it out of the ground. (see lungálúngà, úyog, hulághúlag).


úlyog

Hiligaynon

Anything that can be rocked or swung to and fro, especially applied to a sort of scarecrow. By pulling a string the contrivance is made to swing noisily to and fro thereby frightening birds, etc. off a field or garden. Rice-fields near harvest-time are often provided with a whole chain of such scarecrows. (see úyog).


úlyog

Hiligaynon

Anything that can be rocked or swung to and fro, especially applied to a sort of scarecrow. By pulling a string the contrivance is made to swing noisily to and fro thereby frightening birds, etc. off a field or garden. Rice-fields near harvest-time are often provided with a whole chain of such scarecrows. (see úyog).


yúgyug

Hiligaynon

To shake, move, swing to and fro. (see úyog).