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To clink, chink, tingle, ring, tinkle, jingle. Nagahalungkágay ang sensílyo sa íya bólsa. The small change is jingling in his pocket. Pahalungkagayá (Pahalungkagáya) ang ímo kwárta. Jingle your money. (see lungkágay).



To clank, rattle, clatter, tinkle, clink, chink, as matches, stones, nails, etc., if shaken in a box and the like. Nagalungkagáy ang kadéna. The chain is clanking. Indì mo paglungkagayón ang mga bató. Don't rattle the stones. Ginapalungkagáy sang idô ang íya talikalâ. The dog is rattling its chain. (see ringkádol, rungkádol-applied to the noise made by pieces of wood or other objects tumbling down stairs, etc.).


palungkágay

Hiligaynon

Caus. of lungkágay-to rattle, clatter.


ragíngring

Hiligaynon

To squeak, screak, screech, creak, utter sharp, shrill sounds (as violins, etc.); to rattle, clatter. (see ragíting, ringkádol, lungkágay).


ringkádol

Hiligaynon

To rattle, clatter (as wood tumbling down a staircase, or the like; rattling, clattering. (see linagápok, linágot, lungkágay).


rungkagáy

Hiligaynon

(B) See lungkagáy id.


hulungkagíng

Hiligaynon

Rattle, clatter, noise, uproar; to rattle, clatter, make a noise. (see gáhud, halungkágay).


lónggong

Hiligaynon

To shake a dice-box or the like. Longgongón mo ang káha sang pósporo. Shake the match-box. Ginalónggong níya ang sulúdlan kag nagalungkágay ang sulúd sinâ. He is shaking the receptacle and its contents are rattling. Ginlónggong níya ang alkansía kag naglágting ang pílak. He shook the money-box and the coins jingled.