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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).



karakasá

Hiligaynon

To rustle (of dry leaves, starched clothes, etc.); to jerk, jump, make a sudden movement, be in a hurry. (see kólas, líktin, kuratán).


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).


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).


túwak

Hiligaynon

To leap, jump, plunge, spring, bound, rush; to pitch (of a boat). Sang pagkakítà níya nga nagapalapít ang tagíya tumúwak siá kag lumúmpat sa bintánà. When he saw that the owner was coming near he made a rush for the window and jumped (down). (see lúkso, lúmpat, líktin, ámbak, túmbò).