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líksi

Hiligaynon

A quick movement aside, a swift dodge; to turn or step aside swiftly, make a quick dodge, side-step, elude, evade. Walâ ko siá madakúp, kay nakalíksi siá. I could not catch him, for he succeeded in running off swiftly. Ginliksihán níya akó. He was too quick for me. Ilíksi ang láwas mo, agúd índì ka maígò sang bóla. Dodge quickly, lest the ball should hit you. (see págsi).



kalíksi

Hiligaynon

See kalígsi. (see líksi-lígsi).


kisáy-kísay

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of kisáy. Also: to trip, skip, move with light quick steps. (see págsi, líksi).


kúbyas

Hiligaynon

To give a jerk, make a swift movement, step aside quickly. (see págsi, dalî, líktin, líksi, likáw).


líkday

Hiligaynon

Dodge, evasion; to dodge, avoid, step aside, sidestep, evade, elude, start suddenly aside. Naglíkday siá, búsà walâ siá maígò. He stepped aside, therefore he was not hit. Likdayí ang bató. Dodge the stone. Kon walâ níya paglikdayí sing madalî ang lubí, walâ sing duhádúha nga nahulúgan siá. If he had not quickly dodged the coconut, he would certainly have been hit. (see liháy, líksi, idóg, ísdog, ísol, likáw, líktin).


líktin

Hiligaynon

To make a quick step away from, towards or upon something, pounce upon, give a jump, side-step quickly. Naglíktin siá (sa ákon)-or-ginliktinán níya (akó). He made a quick step away from (me) or towards (me). (see líksi, lúmpat, lúkso).


págsi

Hiligaynon

To be quick, nimble, blithe, swift, move with a sudden jerk, etc. See líksi.


pisík

Hiligaynon

To fly or jump off, make a quick and sudden movement, as a frog jumping into the water when alarmed, or the like. (see lisík, líksi).


pisô

Hiligaynon

To make a swift movement, etc. See pisík, lisík, líksi, págsi).


tulágsik

Hiligaynon

To jump aside, start, give a start, move with a jerk. Nagtulágsik siá sa dakû nga kakibút kag kúlbà. He started in surprise and fear. (see líksi, líktin).


malíksi

Hiligaynon

See malígsi.


salíksik

Hiligaynon

(H) A small insect very injurious to young trees, bamboos, etc. Also used as a verb. Ginasalíksik iníng káhoy. This tree is infested with the salíksik-insect. Káhoy nga sinaliksikán. Wood that has been injured by the insect called salíksik.


kalígsi

Hiligaynon

Swiftness, speediness, celerity, rapidity, fleetness, nimbleness, agility, quickness of movement. (lígsi; see kalíksi).


punteríya

Hiligaynon

(Sp. puntería) Aim; pointing a weapon, training or directing a cannon, etc.; to take aim, to aim at, cover (with a gun, or the like). Ginpunteriyáhan níya akó, ápang walâ akó maígò kay naglíksi akó. He aimed at me, but I was not hit, for I jumped aside. Maáyo siá sing punteríya. He is a good (an expert) shot. (see patandâtándà).


salík-sálik

Hiligaynon

See salíksik.


saríksik

Hiligaynon

(B) An insect that attacks trees, etc. See salíksik id.


sariksikón

Hiligaynon

(B) Worm-eaten, etc. See saliksikón id.


tának

Hiligaynon

A worm that is very injurious to trees and bamboo. Also used as a verb. Tinának ang kawáyan sa siníng lugár. In this place the bamboo is infested with the tának-insect. (see salíksik).


wákwak, wakwákan

Hiligaynon

Witch, wizard, sorcerer, one in league with the devil, one who practises the black art (necromancy, magic). (see pakpákan, silíksilík, áswang).