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lísding

Hiligaynon

To tilt, cant up, tip over, lean, slant, topple. (see líkding, salidíng, saliáy, takílid). N.B. If the posts of a house give way on one side and the house in consequence tips over "lúsud" is to be used, e.g. Nalúsud ang baláy. The house tipped over.



kalísding

Hiligaynon

Tilt, slant, leaning, inclination. (see lísding).


lígdas

Hiligaynon

To slip, drop or fall off (the edge of a bank, road, stone, bench, etc.). Naglígdas ang káro sa bató. The cart slipped off the edge of the stone. Naligdasán ang tiíl ko sang alíling sang kángga. My foot got under the wheel when the cart slipped over the edge. Indì ka magpaági sang káro sa binít sang dálan, kay básì maglígdas kag mahúlug. Don't drive the cart near the edge of the road, for it might slip off and fall over. (see dáhog, káy-us, lísding).


líkding

Hiligaynon

To tip, tilt or heel over, to slant, incline, lean sideways, careen (of a boat). Naglíkding ang kólon. The rice-kettle is not standing straight, is nearly tipping over. Indì mo paglikdingón ang kólon, kóndì tadlongón mo. Don't set up the rice-kettle aslant, but make it stand straight. Likdingí akó sang kólon, kay sukáron ko ang kán-on. Tilt the kettle a little for me, because I am going to take out the rice. (see lísding).


kalisdingán

Hiligaynon

See kalísding. Also: liability to tilt, possibility of tilting. Dílì ka mahádluk sináng bayóng, kay walâ gid inâ sing kalisdingán. Have no fear about that bamboo water-tube, for it cannot tilt over.


tingkalángan

Hiligaynon

To fall backwards, tumble over on one's back, to drop on one's back off a seat. Natingkalángan siá, kay nalísding ang bató. He tumbled over on his back, for the stone gave way.