Search result(s) - dulíngdúling

diwáwong

Hiligaynon

Reeling, stumbling, tottering; to reel, stumble, totter, as a drunken person, or the like. (see paniwáding, dulíngdúling).



Dim. and Freq. of dúyug. Also: to shake, stagger, reel, tremble with weakness, walk unsteadily. Nagaduyúgduyúg siá sang pagtíndog níya, kay malúya pa siá tungúd nga bág-o lang siá nagáyo sa balatían. When he stood up he shook with weakness, for he is still feeble on account of his late illness. (see dulíngdúling).


húlay

Hiligaynon

To stagger, lurch, reel, walk unsteadily, sway to and fro, walk with a wavering gait (as a drunkard). (see dúling, dulíngdúling).


huláy-húlay

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of húlay. Ang mga hubúg nagahuláyhúlay. Drunken persons reel in their walk. (see dulíngdúling, panayódò).


isí-ísi

Hiligaynon

(Sp. ese-the letter "S") In the form of the letter "S", turning, winding; to stagger, reel, sway to and fro. (see tikô, tipólon, líbut, panayódò, dulíngdúling).


isí-ísi

Hiligaynon

(Sp. ese-the letter "S") In the form of the letter "S", turning, winding; to stagger, reel, sway to and fro. (see tikô, tipólon, líbut, panayódò, dulíngdúling).


panagúhò

Hiligaynon

To reel, stagger, stumble, sway to and fro, as a drunkard or drunken person. (see dulíngdúling, panayódò).


To zigzag, stagger, reel, totter, as a drunken man. (see panayódò, panayódoy, dulíngdúling).


paniwáding

Hiligaynon

To reel, stagger, be very unsteady on one's legs, be unable to stand or walk straight, as a drunken person. Paniwáding supposes a greater degree of unsteadiness than dulíngdúling.


tikláhag

Hiligaynon

To observe closely, stretch one's neck, etc. See áohog, áwhog. Also: to stumble, sway to and fro, fall down. (see sándad, dulíngdúling, túmba, ikláhag).