Search result(s) - ládag

ládag

Hiligaynon

To step into, walk through or over mud, a field, etc. Ládag ka lang sa talámnan, kay támà kadálum ang lúnang sa dálan. Simply walk over the field, for the mud on the road is too deep. (see túdag, tádag, tásak).



buláhug

Hiligaynon

To stumble into, step in, fall into a hole, or the like. (see buláug, túdag, tádag, tásak, ládag).


ladág-ládag

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of ládag. To stumble-on,-upon,-into.


lágnoy

Hiligaynon

To walk through or over (unceremoniously). Indì nínyo paglagnoyón ang humáy. Don't walk over the rice. (see latás, ládag, etc.).


lúdag

Hiligaynon

To step into something thoughtlessly or carelessly, walk in mud, slush, mire, etc., to stumble. Nagalúdag siá sa kalóg. He is walking in the ditch. Naludágan níya ang lúnang. He stepped into (walked in) the mire. Indì nínyo pagludágan ang kalóg. Don't walk in the (muddy) ditch. (see tásak, tádag, túdag, ládag, lútak).


tádag

Hiligaynon

To step on or in, walk over plants, trample on plants in walking over a field, etc.; to do or speak recklessly or thoughtlessly. Indì ka magtádag sang ákon mga tanúm. Indì mo pagtadágon ang ákon mga tanúm. Don't walk over my plants. Nagatádag lang siá sa íya paghámbal. He talks recklessly, speaks without consideration or reflection, not minding whether he wounds the feelings of his listeners or slanders another, etc. (see tárag, túdag, ládag, tásak).


tásak

Hiligaynon

To put one's foot in, step in, walk through or over, etc. See ládag, tárag, túdag, etc.


tiplaúg

Hiligaynon

To stumble, stagger, reel, totter, make a false step, trip, step in, do something thoughtlessly or inadvertently, drop or fall into a hole, trap, or the like. (see tárag, túdag, tásak, ládag, típlang, tipál-og, tikyahád).


túrag, turág

Hiligaynon

To trample down, step over, walk over, put one's foot in, etc. See túdag, tádag, tárag, tásag, ládag. Tumurág lang siá sa hulumáyan. He just cut across the rice-field.


turások

Hiligaynon

To take a short cut through fields, over grass, etc.; to pass, go over or enter without ceremony, interview, call to account, tax with, burst upon, "go for". Ginturások lang námon ang talámnan, tunúk (dúgi), etc. We simply cut across the field, tramped over the thorny shrubs, etc. Indì mo pagturasókon ang pagsulúd sa ákon kwárto, kóndì manóktok ka gid ánay. Don't enter my room unceremoniously, but knock first. Sang pagkabatî níya siní dáyon gid lang íya ginturások si Fuláno. As soon as he heard this, he at once "went for" (had an interview with, expostulated or remonstrated with) N.N. (see túrag, tásak, ládag, láktud, kurágmang).


paladág-on

Hiligaynon

One who has to-, is to-, can-, should-, be beaten or overcome (in a fight, in an election, etc.); beatable, conquerable, surmountable. (see daúg).