Search result(s) - ganoy

gánoy

Hiligaynon

To draggle, drag, draw or pull along. Indì mo pagganóyon ang bátà, kay malayô ang ímo kadtoán. Don't drag your child along, for you have a long distance to go. Gingánoy gid lang níya ang íya patádyong sa lúnang nga walâ níya pagbalakínga. She just draggled her skirt through the mud instead of tucking it up. (see gúyud, dalá, sagúmboy, ságnoy).



dádol

Hiligaynon

(B) To use recklessly, handle without regard or consideration, treat roughly. Gindádol gid lang níya ang bág-o nga mga sapátos sa mga kabatohán. He wears his new boots quite recklessly in places where there are rocks. Indì ka magdádol sang diótay mo nga bátà sa mabúdlay nga dálan. Don't take your small child along over difficult roads. Indì mo pagdadólon kón diín ka makádto ang bátà nga may hilánat, kóndì ibílin mo siá sa baláy. Don't take with you wherever you go the child with the cold, but leave it at home. Gindádol níya sa lúnang ang matahúm níya nga sinélas. He dragged his beautiful slippers (regardlessly) through the mud. (see gánoy, gúyud).


dánas

Hiligaynon

To drag, draggle, pull, haul. (see gánoy, gúyud, bútong).


dúgmal

Hiligaynon

To use often or frequently, wear out by constant use. Ginadúgmal níya lang ang malahálon nga mga panápton. He wears out his expensive clothes by constant use. He is always wearing his best clothes. Indì ka magdúgmal sang ímo sapátos nga bág-o. Don't wear your new boots often. (see gánoy, gámit, dagumák, saguláy).


gúyguy

Hiligaynon

To drag, trail, haul, pull along the ground, carry along. (see gúyud, bútong, gánoy, dalá).


gúyud

Hiligaynon

Pulling, tugging, hauling, haling, dragging, lugging, trailing, traction; to haul, drag, pull, hale, tug, trail along the ground. Maggúyud na kitá sang mga kawáyan nga pulúnton. Let us now haul in the bamboos for the fish-corrals. Guyúda (-yúra) ang kawáyan. Drag the bamboo along the ground. Ginagúyud lang níya ang kóla sang íya sáya. She is trailing the train of her gown along the floor. Anó ang igúyud mo sa káhoy? Báka, ukón karabáw? How will you haul in the wood? By means of an ox or a buffalo? Pagayúdi (-yúri) akó sa íla sing ísa ka gatús ka bílog nga kawáyan. Let them haul in for me one hundred pieces of bamboo. Ipagúyud ko sa karabáw iníng halalígyon. I'll make the buffalo tug this tree that is to be made into a post. (see gánoy).


káyat

Hiligaynon

To trail, sweep the floor, be dragged along the ground. Ang íya sáble, sáya, etc., nagakáyat. His sword, her skirt, etc., is trailing on the ground. (see gánoy, gúyud).


rimórki

Hiligaynon

(Sp. remolque) Towage, tow-line; to tow, take in tow, pull, haul. (see bútong, ságnoy, gánoy, gúyud, gúyguy).


ságnoy

Hiligaynon

To drag-, draggle-, trail-, draw-, along the ground. (see gánoy, sagúmboy, gúyud).


sagúmboy

Hiligaynon

To draggle or trail on the ground. See ságnoy, gánoy id.


sángyad

Hiligaynon

To trail, draggle on the floor or ground. Ang íya nga sáya nagasángyad sa dútà. Her skirt is trailing along the ground. (see gúyud, gánoy, sagúmboy, ságnoy).


yúdyud

Hiligaynon

To pull, drag, draggle, trail along the ground, or the like. Yudyurá (-udá) ang idô nga patáy sa búhò kag ilubúng. Drag the dead dog to the hole and bury it. Ginayudyurán níya ang salúg sang sáko nga nasúdlan sang humáy. He is pulling the sack of rice over the floor. (see gúyud, gánoy).


buganóy

Hiligaynon

A frequent loose stool: to have a frequent loose stool as people suffering from dysentery or diarrhoea. Nagabuganóy siá. He has a frequent loose stool. (see lupút, panlibáng).


burágwit

Hiligaynon

To spirt, spurt, squirt (said especially of the evacuations of one suffering from diarrhoea). (see buganóy, bugít-bugít).