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kulúb

Hiligaynon

Upside down, wrong side up, bottom up, face downwards, topsy-turvy, inverted; to turn upside down, etc. Kulúb ang pínggan. Sín-o ang nagpakulúb sinâ? The plate is turned upside down! Who turned it over? Pakúlba ang báso. Turn the glass bottom up. Ginpakulúb níya ang baúl. He turned the trunk upside down. Kinúlban siá sang íya sakayán. His boat turned turtle. (see sulî, balískad, hayáng, kayâ-to face upwards, etc.).



dámhag

Hiligaynon

To fall-headlong,-on one's face,-head foremost,-head first,-prone,-heels over head,-head over heels. Nakadámhag siá. He fell head foremost. Dinamhagán akó níya. He fell on me prone. (see dágpà, dúsmò, sukámod, kulúb).


kúlban, kúlbon

Hiligaynon

etc. From kulúb-upside down.


lísò

Hiligaynon

To turn round, veer, face about, right about, turn the other side or way. Lísò or maglísò ka. Turn round. Lisóa ang kángga. Turn the cart the other way. Lisói akó siníng salákyan. Turn this vehicle round the other way for me. Ilísò, kon mga saráng, akó siníng síya. Please, turn this chair round for me. Naglísò na siá. He has now come round, has repented or been converted. Madámù nga mga protestánte kag masón ang buút maglísò sa pagkakatóliko sa óras sang kamatáyon. Many Protestants and Masons wish to become Catholics at the hour of death. (see balískad, bálik, lumád, kulúb).


lukúb

Hiligaynon

Fraud, trick, cheating; to turn upside down; to fleece, cheat, trick, defraud, rob. (see dáyà, límbong, lág-it, kulúb).


pakulúb

Hiligaynon

To turn upside down, capsize. (see kulúb).


sulî

Hiligaynon

Upside down, topsy-turvy, head over heels, reverse, inverted; to turn upside down, invert the order of things, etc. Sulî, ang pagpatíndog níla (nánda) siníng halígi (kadyá nga harígi). Ginsulî níla (nánda) ang pagpatíndog siníng halígi (kadyá nga harígi). They planted (set up) this post upside down. Sulión mo ang panghígdà (pamatáng) mo sa ímo higdáan (sa baratángan mo). Turn right round on the bed, lie the other way about, lie with your head where your feet are now. Natabû ang sulî sang íla ginpaabút. Nagsulî ang íla nga ginláum. (Natabû ang sulî kang ánda ginpaabút). The reverse of what they expected came to pass. (see balískad, balikwâ, balíkwat, kulúb).


túmba

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tumbar) To fall, tumble over (down), turn a somersault, to upset, turn upside down, roll head over heels, topple over; to empty a glass, etc. (at one draught, stretch, pull, dash). Natúmba siá. He tumbled over. Andam ka agúd índì matúmba (magkatúmba) ang káro. Look out or the cart may topple over. Tumbahá na lang iníng isá ka báso nga tubâ. Just empty this glass of toddy. (see húlug, kulúb, sulî, dágpà, etc.).


hárok

Hiligaynon

(B) To bruise, contuse, injure by beating, etc. Sín-o ang naghárok sang ímo matá? Who gave you that black eye? Hinárok or ginhárok níya ang ákon abága. He bruised my shoulder. Sang pagkulúb sang áwto ang tátlo ka sumalákay nagkalahárok. When the automobile turned turtle the three passengers received bruises. (see hánog).


panimbángon

Hiligaynon

See panímbang. Kon mamádlus ang hángin kag dílì maáyo ang panimbángon makulúb gid ang sakayán. When a stiff breeze is blowing and the boat is not kept on an even keel (When the wind blows violently and the boat is not under good management), it will certainly capsize (be overturned). Iníng táo maáyo gid manimbángon sang paráw. This man knows very well how to steer an outrigger (called paráw). (see binangî).