Search result(s) - dúnglay

dúnglay

Hiligaynon

To bend, incline, droop, get soft and pliable (as a candle from heat). Kon maínit gid ang tiémpo, magadúnglay ang mga kandílà. If it is very hot, the candles bend. Nadunglayán ang pínggan nga napatindogán sang kandílà. The candle bent over the plate on which it stood. Padunglayá ang úlo mo. Incline-, bow-, bend-, your head. (see dúplay, tabulî, talingí).



dúplay

Hiligaynon

To bend, droop, become very weak or exhausted, languish, become enfeebled. Nagdúplay siá sa gútum. He became very weak from hunger. (see lúya, dúnglay).


túnglì

Hiligaynon

To bend down, incline, bow down, as the tops of trees, full ears of grain, etc. Nagatúnglì ang humáy, kay matínggas. The rice is bowed down, for the ears are full. (see dúnglay, dukô, dungúk).


túplay

Hiligaynon

To bend down, incline, weaken, soften. (see dúplay, dúnglay).