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liád-líad

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of liád. Nagaliádlíad siá kon maglakát. When he walks he throws his head proudly back.



biád-ad

Hiligaynon

Holding one's head erect, etc. See biádbíad, líad, liádlíad, báy-ad.


biád-bíad

Hiligaynon

To strut, walk about proudly with head thrown back; to walk about idly or aimlessly, promenade or go from place to place for lack of serious occupation. Tan-awá yanáng bugalón nga nagabiádbíad sa dálan. Look at that proud fellow who walks on the road with his head thrown back. Igò lang sa íya ang biádbíad. Igò lang siá sang biádbíad. He is only fit for promenading or for walking about idly. He does nothing but strolling, sauntering. (see báy-ad, liád-líad, barumbáda, sarabánda).


líad, liád

Hiligaynon

To arch backwards, walk about proudly erect, incline or bend backwards, carry the head erect. Liadá, liará or iliád ang láwas, úlo mo. Bend your body-, incline your head-, backwards. (see biád-ad, biádbíad, báy-ad, báy-od).


liádan

Hiligaynon

One who carries his head proudly erect or walks about with his body leaning a little backwards. (see liád, biád-ad).


posturáo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. postura) Of vainglorious carriage or proud demeanour; posing, posturing, dandylike, ostentatious, proudly erect, stiff, distant, stand-offish. (see biád-ad, liád, báy-ad, báy-od, bugalón).


tiád

Hiligaynon

To strut, walk or stalk about proudly with the head thrown back, walk with a lofty, proud gait. (see liád, biád-ad, biádbíad).


timô-tímò

Hiligaynon

(B) Dignified, solemn, stately, strutting; to strut, walk about in a stately manner, prance, flaunt, have a proud air or gait. The form patimôtímò is mostly used. Kon madálig gánì ang ulús na, dáyon na gid patimôtímò. (Kon matahúm gánì ang íya panápton dáyon gid níya paugdángúgdang (patolotískug sang íya líog). Whenever she has on a nice dress, she walks about with a dignified air. (see kiáykíay, liád, biád-*ad, biádbíad).