Search result(s) - lukdo

lúkdo

Hiligaynon

To carry or balance on one's head. Lukdohá lang ang sáko. Just carry the sack on your head. Lukdohí akó siníng isá ka baláon nga humáy. Carry this basket of rice for me on your head. Ilúkdo akó siní. Please, carry this on your head for me.



lúlan

Hiligaynon

Burden, load; to burden with, load. Ginlulánan níya ang kángga sing mabúg-at nga lúlan. He put a heavy load on the cart. May inoglúlan ikáw? Have you any goods to be loaded? (see dalá, lúkdo).


lulukdóhon

Hiligaynon

Burden, strain, stress, cross; a heavy load. (see lúkdo).


palas-ánon

Hiligaynon

That is-, has-, to be borne or endured; bearable, tolerable, supportable, endurable, sufferable, burden, what can be borne. (see pás-an, lulukdóhon, lúlan, síngkaw).


yúkdò

Hiligaynon

To squat, crouch, bend down, stoop low, stoop over (a table, etc.). Daláyon gid silá nagayulúkdò sa sugálan. They are always stooping over the gambling table, i.e. they are inveterate gamblers. (see húkdò).