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lukó

Hiligaynon

To lie down with legs bent under (said of animals). Nagalukó ang karabáw sa pamulákan-or-ginalukoán (-lukohán) sang karabáw ang pamulákan. The buffalo is lying down in the garden. (see dúm-ug, lúp-ug).



dúm-ug

Hiligaynon

To lie down with bent legs as animals do. See lukó, lúp-ug id.


íbok

Hiligaynon

(H) To lie on the ground and move restlessly, as pigs often do. (see dúm-ug, lukó, lúp-ug).


íbok

Hiligaynon

(H) To lie on the ground and move restlessly, as pigs often do. (see dúm-ug, lukó, lúp-ug).


lokó

Hiligaynon

To lie down with bent legs like animals. (see lukó, dúm-ug, lúp-ug, lukulukuán, lulúknan).


lúm-ug

Hiligaynon

To sit-, squat-, lie down (as an animal); to wallow. Naglúm-ug siá sa salâ kag sa maláut nga kaduyugán. He wallowed in sin and vicious habits. (see dúm-ug, lukó, lúp-og).


lúp-og

Hiligaynon

To sit or squat down with legs turned to one side, as resting animals. (see lukó, dúm-ug id.).


lukón

Hiligaynon

A large sea lobster. See lokón.


lúkop

Hiligaynon

See líkop-to surround, etc.


lúkos

Hiligaynon

The cuttle-fish, squid, sepia. (see lókos).


lukót

Hiligaynon

Rolled up, wound up, baled; wrinkled, creased. Lukót nga baníg, amákan, etc. A rolled up-bed mat,-bamboo mat (for drying rice upon), etc. (see yokô, yokót, yókot).


lúkot

Hiligaynon

To roll up, wind up; to wrinkle, crease, rumple, ruffle. Indì mo paglukóton ang papél, kay mayókot. Don't roll up the paper, for it might become creased. (see yókot, lolós).


lúkot

Hiligaynon

To sit on a hammock or the like. Ginpaándam níya kamí nga índì námon paglukótan ang dúyan, kay támà na gid kagabúk. He warned us not to sit on the hammock, for it is quite rotten. (Probably this "lúkot" is identical with the foregoing, but is used here metaphorically).


lukót-lukót

Hiligaynon

A kind of parasitic plant growing on mango trees, etc.


lukótlúkot

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of lúkot.


mahadlúkon

Hiligaynon

See mahádluk, mahaladlúkon.


mahaladlúkon

Hiligaynon

(H) Afraid, timid, fearful. (see hádluk, mahádluk, mahadlúkon).


mamilúko

Hiligaynon

(Sp. mameluco) Mameluke; dolt, simpleton; half-breed; a kind of rompers or underwear for small children.


tululukón

Hiligaynon

(H) Scene, sight, view, spectacle; worth while seeing, that is to be or should be-seen,-looked at. (tururukón id.).


balántak

Hiligaynon

Bamboo, bolo, or the like, woven into the walls or partitions of a building. The bamboo is flattened into broad strips and the weaving is done (usually) not upright and across, but diagonally. Also verb: to make or apply balántak. Ang balántak, kon maáyo ang trabáho, matahúm nga tulúkon. Balántak weaving, if well done, is beautiful to look upon. Balantakí ang idálum sang talamwáan. Place balántak-work under the window. Balantaká ang pagdíngding. Weave the partitions in balántak-fashion. Díngding nga binalántak. Sides or partitions woven in the manner of balántak. (see rára-to weave baskets, mats, etc.; tádtad-to flatten bamboo, etc. for balántak-work).


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