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dorós

Hiligaynon

Turned-up (of eyes); to have turned-up eyes. Nagadorós ang íya mga matá or dorós siá sing matá. His eyes are turned up, have an upward squint. Nagadorós ang matá sang bátà nga ginaabút sang masoswélo. A child in a convulsive fit turns up its eyes.



hulíp

Hiligaynon

Turned-up (of eyes). (see dorós, sulíp, turóng).


padorós

Hiligaynon

To turn up one's eyes, so as to show the white of the eyes. Nagapadorós siá sang íya mga matá. He is turning up his eyes. Indì mo pagpadorosón ang ímo mga matá. Don't turn up your eyes. Padorosí siá sang ímo mga matá sa pagpáhug sa íya. Turn up your eyes at him, in order to intimidate him or make him afraid. Nagpadorós lang siá sang íya mga matá kag nabúgtò ang íya ginháwa. He just turned up his eyes and breathed his last. (pa, dorós).


turóng

Hiligaynon

To upturn, turn up (one's eyes); to shut (close) the eyes in death. (see dorós, sulíp).


padóros

Hiligaynon

An addition of one or more rooms to a house with corresponding extension of the roof, an extension, a lean-to. Also used as a verb. Padorósi ang ímo baláy sing duhá ka padóros magtímbang sa toó kag sa walá. Add two wings to your house, one to the right and one to the left. Ang kalabánan sang mga padóros siníng bánwa naátpan sing lángkob. Most of the lean-toes in this town are roofed with split bamboo.


paláyas

Hiligaynon

An addition to a house, as a balcony, annex, veranda, etc. (see paláypay, padóros).


paláypay

Hiligaynon

An addition to a main building, annex, wing. (see padóros id. Padorósi-palaypayí).


saríri

Hiligaynon

(B) An out-house at the back of a house; kitchen. (see digamohán, kosína). (see paláypay, padóros-an out-house at the side of a house, side-room, lean-to).