Search result(s) - lipóng

lipóng

Hiligaynon

Unconscious, dazed, being in a swoon or fainting fit, dizzy, confused, perplexed, giddy; drunk, intoxicated. (see walâ, na, sing, kalibútan, paalumátay, lingín, hubúg, balúng).



lípong

Hiligaynon

To cause a fainting fit, swoon, syncope, unconsciousness; to make dizzy, drunk, etc. Nalípong siá. He swooned (went off in a swoon), had a fainting fit, lost consciousness. Ginlípong níya akó sang bíno. He made me dizzy, giddy or drunk with wine. Ang mga masakít nga oloperáhan ginalípong silá ánay sang manugbúlung. Sick persons about to be operated upon are first given an anaesthetic by the physician. (see língin, hubúg).


atipúyong

Hiligaynon

A fainting fit, a light swoon. Also used as a verb. Ginaatipúyong siá. She has a slight fainting fit. Inatipúyong siá. She swooned, fainted. (see lipóng, lípong, língin, lingín).


desmáyo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. desmayo) Swoon, faint, fainting fit, syncope, collapse; to swoon, faint, collapse, become-insensible,-unconscious,-destitute of feeling, lose consciousness, go off in a faint, lose one's senses. Naabután siá sing desmáyo or nadesmáyo siá. He fainted. (see lípong, lipóng).


garóti

Hiligaynon

(Sp. garrote) Garrote; strangulation, throttling; a fit or swoon; to strangle, throttle; cause a fit or swoon. (see kugâ, lipóng).


kalipóng

Hiligaynon

Swoon, faint, fainting-fit, syncope, fit, unconsciousness. (see lipóng).


lingín

Hiligaynon

Confused, worried, perplexed, bemused, puzzled, upset, dizzy, fuddled, in a quandary. (see língin, libúg, hubúg, lipóng).


lísi

Hiligaynon

To look about curiously or searchingly, let one's eyes wander as when visiting a new place or the like. Anó ang ginalísi mo? What are you looking at so curiously? Why are you so curiously looking about? Indì ka maglísi. Do not let your eyes wander so curiously. Don't gaze about you so inquisitively. Sang pagabút sádto nga bukídnon sa Manílà naglísi siá nga daw lipóng sa katingála bangúd sang madámù nga mga baláy nga dalágkù. When that mountaineer arrived in Manila he stared about him as if beside himself with astonishment on account of the many large buildings. Hinúgay sang lísi nga súbung sang isá ka dalákpon. Don't look so excitedly about you as if you were (a criminal) to be arrested.


makalilípong

Hiligaynon

Benumbing, stunning, stupefying, causing a fit or swoon. (see lípong, lipóng).


palípong

Hiligaynon

Caus. of lípong. To cause a fainting fit, etc.; to render insensible, make unconscious, anaesthetize, anesthetize; an anaesthetic. Sang pagbúsbus sa íya pinalípong siá ánay (walâ siá magpalípong). When he was operated upon (underwent-, submitted to-, an operation), he was (first)-anaesthetized,-given a narcotic (he would not submit to be chloroformed, etherized, narcotized, anaesthetized).


palipóng-lípong

Hiligaynon

Dim. of palípong. Also: to pretend not to know, plead ignorance, take no notice of, do as if not aware of. Indì ka magpalipónglípong, kay nakahibaló kamí nga nakasáyod ka sang tanán. Don't plead ignorance, because we know that you know everything. (see pakalipóng).


pamalúng

Hiligaynon

Freq. of palóng. Also: to look or stare about one with gaping mouth after having missed or lost something or in disappointment at the failure of obtaining a desired object. Sang pagabút níya sa dungkáan namalúng siá nga daw lipóng sa kasákit, kay ang sakayánhúlas naghalín na. When he arrived at the harbour he stood there (staring with) gaping (mouth) like one stunned with grief, because the steamer had left. (see pamusímusí, pamulúng).


púnaw

Hiligaynon

To make or become dizzy, confused, grow weak or faint, become upset (through fear, or the like). Indì ka maglántaw sa idálum kon dídto ka sa matáas nga lingganáyan, kay mapúnaw ka gid. Don't look down when you are there on the high belfry or you will feel dizzy. Napúnaw (Nagkapúnaw) siá sang mga pilás ni Fuláno. She got a shock (fainted, was mentally confused or upset) when she saw N.N.'s wounds. (see língin, lipóng).


pakalipóng

Hiligaynon

To take (apparently) no notice of, pretend to know-, see-, hear, etc.-, nothing, be insensible to, feign unconsciousness. (see palipónglípong).