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lápgos

Hiligaynon

A knot easily undone, a slip-knot, as often used by sailors. (see balô).



lápgos

Hiligaynon

To climb a pole or the like using only hands and feet. Maálam ka maglápgos (saráng ka makalápgos)? Can you climb a pole? Lapgosí ang lubí nga walâ sing hánghang. Climb the coconut without notches.


láso

Hiligaynon

(Sp. lazo) A slip-knot, tie, lasso, snare; ribbon, sash tied in a loop. Also verb. Anó ang ginaláso mo sa ímo bohók? What ribbon are you tying up your hair with? Lasóha iní. Make this into a tie or ribbon. (see higót, tábid, tabíd, lápgos).


lapgósan

Hiligaynon

Pole, bole, may-pole.


dáhog

Hiligaynon

To slide, glide, skid, skate, slip, move or shoot along. Magdáhog ka sa kalát, lapgósan, etc. Slide down the rope, the may-pole, etc. Ipadáhog lang ang káhoy sa bánglid. Simply slide the tree down the incline.


dánlug

Hiligaynon

Slipperiness, greasiness; to be or become slippery, greasy. Nagdánlug ang dálan tungúd sang ulán. The road has become slippery on account of the rain. Padanlugá ang lapgósan, agúd mabúdlay ang pagsákà. Make the pole greasy, so that it may be hard to climb. Nadanlugán akó siníng dálan. This road is too slippery for me.


kalós-os

Hiligaynon

To glide, slide, slither, slip down, as down a pole, rope and the like. Nagkalós-os siá sa lapgósan. He slid down the maypole. (see alóg-og, dalús-us).