Search result(s) - ikangikang

kiáng-kiáng

Hiligaynon

To limp, hobble, walk lamely, trudge. (see ikángíkang, kunád).



ukáng-úkang

Hiligaynon

To limp, halt (as one with a splinter in his foot, etc.). (see ikángíkang).


ukáng-úkang

Hiligaynon

To limp, halt (as one with a splinter in his foot, etc.). (see ikángíkang).


ikáng-íkang

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of íkang. Nagaikángíkang siá kon maglakát, kay may rióma siá sa íya nga páa. He walks with a slight limp-or-he limps slightly when he walks (in his walk) for he suffers from rheumatism in his legs. Nagikángíkang siá kahápon, kay sinúyak siá sing dalíngag. Yesterday he limped a little, for a sharp thorn had pricked him.


ikáng-íkang

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of íkang. Nagaikángíkang siá kon maglakát, kay may rióma siá sa íya nga páa. He walks with a slight limp-or-he limps slightly when he walks (in his walk) for he suffers from rheumatism in his legs. Nagikángíkang siá kahápon, kay sinúyak siá sing dalíngag. Yesterday he limped a little, for a sharp thorn had pricked him.