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dukô

Hiligaynon

To incline-, bow-, bend-, the head, to bow, make a-bow,-reverence,-courtesy,-curtsey,-curtsy,-inclination,-obeisance. Idukô or dukoá ang ímo ólo. Bow your head. Dukoí siá sang ímo ólo sa pagtáhud sa íya. Incline your head out of respect for him. (see kuúb, kúbkub, dúkà-to nod in sleep).



dokô

Hiligaynon

See dukô-to bow-, incline-, the head.


dúkà

Hiligaynon

A quick downward motion of the head from drowsiness, a nod; to let the head sink-,-drop-,-bend-, from drowsiness, to incline the head in sleep, to nod. Nagadúkà siá. He is nodding (from sleepiness). Dílì ka magdúkà sa sulúd sang láygay or dílì mo pagdukáan ang pagláygay sang Párì. Don't sleep during the sermon of the Parish Priest. Dinukáan gid lámang sang madámù nga mga tumalámbong ang íya pamulóngpúlong, kay támà kaláwig. Many of those that were present fell asleep during his discourse, because it was very long. (see tuyó, dukô-to bow the head).


dungúk

Hiligaynon

To incline one's head forward, look down, bend-, bow-, the head. Dungúk ka or magdungúk ka. Incline your head. Gindungukán akó níya sang íya úlo. He bowed his head to me. Idungúk or padunguká ang úlo mo. Bow your head. (see dukô, tamúd, kuúb).


dúroy

Hiligaynon

To walk with bent shoulders as old people, walk about with a stoop, to duck, stoop down, lower the head. Nagadúroy siá nga daw úmbok. He walks about like a quail. Dúroy ka, kay masíot ang dálan. Stoop low, for the road is overgrown. Duróya ang paglakát mo, kay nagabúyok ang mga sangâ sang káhoy. Bend down as you walk, for the branches of the tree are hanging down low. (see dúkoy, kuúb, dukô).


kuúb

Hiligaynon

(B) With bent head; to bow or bend the head, stoop, hang the head in shame, incline the body forwards and downwards. Nagakuúb ang íya úlo. His head is bent. Nagpakuúb siá sang íya úlo sa dakû nga huyâ. She hung her head in great shame. Magpakuúb ka sang ímo láwas, kay ang ganháan manobô. Stoop down for the door is low. (see dukô).


salapáy

Hiligaynon

To touch, brush, rub against, come in contact with. Nakasalapáy ang íya bútkon sa díngding. His arm brushed against the wall. Dukô (Kuúb) ka agúd índì mo masalapáy ang alámbre. Bend low, lest you should touch the wire. (see sábding, sápding, salápding id.).


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).


dúkot

Hiligaynon

What sticks or adheres to; rest, remnant. Ang dúkot sang ribók. The scattered remnants of the revolutionary army. Pandúkot, pangdúkot-to behave like scattered remnants, make depredations, etc.


dukót

Hiligaynon

Rice, etc., that sticks to the side of a kettle or the like.


dukót

Hiligaynon

To stick, adhere to (as plaster, paste, glue, gum, or the like). Ang sílyo nagadukót sa sóbre. The stamp adheres firmly to the envelope. Nagdukót ang lúnang sa ákon báyò. The mud stuck to my coat. Sín-o ang nagpadukót siníng papél sa ganháan? Who pasted this paper on the door? Nadúktan ang ákon delárgo sang ápog. My trousers were plastered with lime. Padúkta sing má-áyo iníng abíso, kay nagakóbal. Paste this notice on well, for it is not smooth. Ipadukót sa díngding iníng estámpa. Paste this picture on the wall. (see pilít, dokót id.).



dúkoy

Hiligaynon

To walk with a stoop, slouch, bend the body forwards and downwards, to be bent. Nagadúkoy na si Fuláno, kay tigúlang na. N.N. is quite bent as he walks, for he is old. (see dúroy, kuúb).


dukóy-dukóy

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of dúkoy. Nagadukóydukóy siá sang íya buluhatón. He goes about his work with a stoop.


sandúkò

Hiligaynon

A kind of long bolo with a curved point. (see ginúnting).


binángon

Hiligaynon

The Philippine long knife carried in a scabbard on the hip by workmen. The scabbard or case is called "tagúb" (see bólo, pinútì, siántong, sandúkò, ginúnting, talibóng, kális, súndang, uták).


dokót

Hiligaynon

To stick, adhere to, etc. See dukót.


dókoy

Hiligaynon

To walk with a stoop. See dúkoy.


dúktan

Hiligaynon

From dukót-to stick, adhere to. (dóktan id.).


dúnggas

Hiligaynon

A skin disease, a kind of eczema or herpes attacking large parts of the skin and spreading rapidly. Also used as a verb. May dúnggas siá-or-ginadúnggas siá-or-ginadunggasán siá. He has the skin-disease "dúnggas". Sang túig nga tinalíkdan dinunggasán ang íya bátà sang dídto siá sa umá, ápang karón maáyo na siá. Last year his child had the skin-disease "dúnggas", when he was staying at his farm, but now it is well again. Indì ka magságad óbog sa mahígkò nga mga danáw kay básì dunggasón ikáw. Don't wade through dirty mud-puddles, for you may get the skin-disease "dúnggas". (In the "dúnggas" the pustules, eruptions and excoriations are thickly spread over considerable portions of the skin and so near together that there is scarcely a healthy spot left between them. The head, cheeks and chin, especially of children, seem to be most liable to contract "dúnggas"). (see dukót).


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