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lágpok

Hiligaynon

Slap, clap, slam, flop, noise of a falling book, board, etc.; to flop, bang, etc. to the floor. Naglágpok ang tulún-an sa tulungtúngan. The books banged on the table. Indì ka magpalágpok sang tápì-or-índì mo pagpalagpokón ang tápì. Don't slam the board down. (see lagápok).



kalingáw

Hiligaynon

Distraction, diversion, inattention, condition or state of being distracted. Támà gid ang íya kalingáw (pagkalingáw) nga walâ siá makabatî sang lágpok sang íya bátà nga nahúlug sa hágdan. She was so distracted that she did not even hear the noise made by her child when it fell down the stairs. (see lingáw).


lagápok, lagapók

Hiligaynon

The noise of a book, board, sheet of iron, etc. falling flat; to clap, flop, slap, plump, slam. Naglagápok ang mga tulún-an nga nadágdag sa estánte. The books that fell down from the case slammed on the floor. The books fell down from the case with a bang. Diín ang hulút nga ginalagapókan? Where is the room from which the noise comes? (see lágpok, linagápok).


lágbung

Hiligaynon

Crash, thud, thump of a stone, etc. falling to the ground. (see lagábung, lágpok).


patikádol

Hiligaynon

A noise as of a falling chair, etc. (see ringkádol, lágpok, patingkádol id.).


patingkádol

Hiligaynon

A noise as of a falling board, etc.; to make such a noise. See patikádol, ringkádol, lágpok.


tagúbtub

Hiligaynon

A thud, flop, thump, bump, a dull sound; to thud, bump, flop, thump, drop with a dull sound. (see tagábtab, lagábung, lágpok).


tigpasáw

Hiligaynon

Plash, splash, flop; to plunge, drop, fall, dash, precipitate oneself into water, mud, or the like, with a splash; to plash, splash. Nakabatî akó sang tigpasáw sang íya nga láwas sa túbig. I heard the splash of his body (when he fell) into the water. Tumigpasáw siá sa túbig. He fell into the water with a splash. Nagámbak siá sa pángpang kag nagtigpasáw sa subâ. He jumped down from the bank and precipitated himself into the river. (see támsak, tagasák, lágsak, lágpok, pisík).


kórbot

Hiligaynon

To do something with sudden jerks, get restless with excitement, to puff, pull, draw, jump, curvet, etc. with quick movements. Nagkórbot ang kabáyo sang paglágpok sang láta. At the sound of the tin-can the horse suddenly began to jump. Kinórbot ang karabáw sang paglubás sang áwto. The buffalo stampeded when the automobile passed. Pakorbotá ang abáno mo, agúd índì mapatáy ang kaláyo. Puff your cigar quickly, or it will go out. (see hubót).