Search result(s) - páklang

gúnit

Hiligaynon

To break hemp, scutch, to separate fibre by beating, tear in strips, strip. Guníta ang burí, magí, lánot, etc. Strip (or break) the buri-stalk, the agave (maguey), the hemp, etc. Guníti akó sing tátlo ka pakláng nga burí, kay idápat ko sa tambárà. Tear three buri-stalks in strips for me, as I am going to use them for the scaffolding. Igúnit akó ánay sing isá ka pakláng. Please tear a stalk into fibres for me. (see láknit, lúknit).



himáklang

Hiligaynon

Having large leaves or branches, especially said of palms. (see páklang).


kosî-kósì

Hiligaynon

To strip, divide or tear into thin strips, shred, decorticate. Kosî-kosía ang páklang sang burí. Strip the burí-stalk. Kinosîkósì na ang páklang sang burí. The burí-stalk is now torn into strips. (see láknit).


láknit

Hiligaynon

To tear asunder, tear off, separate, take away, pull apart, strip off fibres or the like. Laknitá ang pakláng sang burí. Tear the stalk of the buri-leaf into fibres. Laknití akó sing pilá ka pakláng. Tear a few stalks into fibres for me. Iláknit akó siníng pakláng. Please tear this stalk into fibre for me.


lúknit

Hiligaynon

To tear asunder, separate the fibres, strip. Luknitá ang burí. Tear the burí-stalks asunder. Luknití ang mga pánday sing limá ka pakláng sang burí, kay nagakinahánglan silá siná sa tambárà. Tear five burí-stalks into strips for the carpenters, because they need them for the scaffolding.


págung

Hiligaynon

A leafy branch or stalk, frond. (see páklang).


páklang, pakláng

Hiligaynon

A palm-leaf, a large leaf-stalk, as of the burí palm, the coconut palm, etc. to grow-, have-, form-, leaves, especially said of all kinds of palms.


pamáklang

Hiligaynon

Freq. of páklang-to form-, have-, grow-, large leaves (of palms or the like).


patík

Hiligaynon

To strike, beat, knock, knock out, force out the contents of a vessel by striking it with a stick, etc.; to strike or beat, as a gong; to knock or rap a piece of wood or bamboo used for striking or rapping, especially the piece of bamboo used by tubâ-gatherers for cleaning the salúd. The "patík" made of bamboo is split all round at one end so as to form a sort of brush. It is knocked against a branch of the coconut palm to free it of dregs. Ipatík ang ímo patík sa páklang. Beat your patík against the branch (of the coconut).


Dim. and Freq. of pílik. To tremble, move, shake slightly; to shake off (by a quick tremulous motion). Ginapapilíkpílik sang dupóydúpoy sang hángin ang mga pakláng sang ságing. The soft breeze is moving (swinging, swaying) the banana leaves gently to and fro. Pinilíkpilikán siá sang lunángon nga karabáw kag napilitán siá sa pagpalígos. He was bespattered with mud by a dirty buffalo and was forced to clean himself by taking a bath. (see hulághúlag).


sâsâ

Hiligaynon

To beat or crush so as to loosen up the fibres (of leave-stalks or the like). Sàsaá ang pakláng sang burí. Beat the leaf-stalk of the burí-palm into fibre. Sàsaí akó sang tángkap siníng pángdan, kay gamíton ko nga pínsil. Hammer the end of this screw-pine to separate the fibres, for I am going to use it as a brush. (see tâtâ).


sumpíya

Hiligaynon

To roll, rock, move up and down or from side to side as a cradle or boat. Mahínay kag malágway ang pagsumpíya sang mga sakayán, sang mga pakláng sang lubí, etc. sa hángin. The boats, the leaves of the coconut palms, move (roll) slowly and languidly in the breeze. (see humbíya, humbáya).