Search result(s) - kaníwang

kaníwang

Hiligaynon

Leanness, thinness, spareness, skinniness, emaciation, gauntness. (see níwang, kakanít).



kahágpis

Hiligaynon

Thinness, slenderness, spareness, skinniness, emaciation, lankness, leanness. (see hágpis, kakanít, kaníwang).


kakandínggal

Hiligaynon

Leanness, thinness, meagreness. (see kandínggal, kaníwang, kahágpis, kakanít).


kakanít

Hiligaynon

(B) Leanness, thinness, skinniness, emaciation, lankness, gauntness. (see kanít, kaníwang, kakandínggal).


kakaság

Hiligaynon

Leanness, meagreness, thinness, condition of one who is as lean as a casag-crab. (kaság; see kaníwang, kakanít).


kaniwangón

Hiligaynon

See kaníwang.


lápsì

Hiligaynon

Pale, pallid, bloodless, ghastly, ashy, colourless, to be or become pale, etc. Naglápsì siá. He turned pale. Ang ibán nagalápsì sa kaníwang, ang ibán sa kahádluk. Some are pale from leanness, others from fear. Nalapsián akó sa íya. He seemed to me to be rather pale. (see láspì, lúspad).


lát-od

Hiligaynon

To be or become prominent, exposed to view, show through (especially of bones in thin people, etc.). Nagalát-od ang íya nga túl-an. His bones are showing-or-sticking out quite prominently. Támà kaníwang sa íya, kay nagalát-od ang túl-an sa íya dúghan. He is now extremely emaciated, for his ribs can be counted. (see sulúng-to shine through (of blood, etc.).