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pálak

Hiligaynon

To quiver, shake, struggle, tremble, be convulsed, as a chicken immediately after its head is cut off. Nagpálak gid lámang ang íya láwas kag napatáy. His body was convulsed and then he died. Ipálak ang láwas mo. Shake all over (as if in your last agony). Nagapálak siá sa pagkádto sa báyle. She is trembling with eagerness to go to the dance. (see kúrug, kiréu, kíryo).



oróy-óroy

Hiligaynon

To be convulsed, to shake or agitate violently; to die suddenly (after a short fit of violent convulsions, as after a great shock, a heavy blow, after being struck by a bullet, run over by a cart, or the like). Nagoróy-óroy lang siá kag napatáy. He made only a few convulsive movements and died. (see tirî, pálak).


oróy-óroy

Hiligaynon

To be convulsed, to shake or agitate violently; to die suddenly (after a short fit of violent convulsions, as after a great shock, a heavy blow, after being struck by a bullet, run over by a cart, or the like). Nagoróy-óroy lang siá kag napatáy. He made only a few convulsive movements and died. (see tirî, pálak).


palák-palak

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of pálak. Nagpalákpálak siá kag namáskug, kay naígo ang íya úlo sang isá ka dakû nga bató. He moved convulsively and became rigid, for he was hit on the head by a large stone.


tirî

Hiligaynon

To become senseless, unconscious, insensible, torpid, stiff and lifeless (through a sudden blow, shock, etc.). Nagtirî gid lang siá, kay linampusán ni Fuláno. He fell down stiff and lifeless on being hit by N.N. Karón patirión ta ikáw, kon índì ka maghípus. I'll knock the life out of you, unless you keep quiet. (see pálak, oróyóroy, tingâ, uráhab).


trompisón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. trompis) A blow with the fist. But in Visayan almost exclusively used in the meaning: to struggle, make frantic efforts to escape or get free, to kick, make convulsive movements to gain one's freedom, etc. (see rímpwal, kúbyal, hiwasâ, pálak, pólok).


tumpilák

Hiligaynon

Gambol, frisk, frolic, running and jumping with clapping of hands, or the like; to frolic, gambol, frisk, run and jump and clap one's hands, make violent gesticulations; to make convulsive movements, start, startle, struggle, wriggle, writhe, get a shock. Iníng bátà daw pírme gid lang nagatumpilák. This boy is-never at rest,-always up to something,-always running and jumping and making a noise. (see rímpwal, pólok, pálak, kubyál, hinúgyaw).


tunyági

Hiligaynon

To rail at, scoff, mock, curse and swear at. Hinúgay ka sang pálak kag índì ka magtunyági sang yárà sa idálum. Calm your (angry) excitement and don't rail at (upbraid, speak insolently to) those below you. (see pamuyáyaw, pamúlag, támay, yagutâ, ulígyat).


úsdul

Hiligaynon

To shake, tremble, quiver, quake. (see kiréu, tág-us, pálak, línog).


úsdul

Hiligaynon

To shake, tremble, quiver, quake. (see kiréu, tág-us, pálak, línog).


wálak

Hiligaynon

To shake, vibrate, oscillate, tremble. (see pálak).


palakâ

Hiligaynon

Caus. of lakâ-to widen, etc.


palákad

Hiligaynon

Caus. of lákad-to step over.


palakán-on

Hiligaynon

(H) What is to be fed, a person as a consumer of food; one who is dependent on another for his support. Madámù siá sing mga palakán-on sa íya baláy. He has many mouths at home to feed. Palakán-on níya siá. He is supported by him. He is a dependent of his. (see káon, pakáon).


palakáng

Hiligaynon

Caus. of lakáng-to pace, step.


palakát

Hiligaynon

(H) To let or order to go, etc. Palákta siá sa umá. Order him to go to the field. Ginpalakát níya ang íya sologoón sa Manílà. He ordered his servant to go to Manila. Paláktan mo lang sa íla ang ímo talámnan. Let them walk over your field, (pa, lakát). Also: in wickerweaving: The leaving out of several cross-layers near the top or end, in order to secure an even rim. May palakát sa pagrára, agúd maglíg-on kag magsaláma ang higád (binít). "Leaving-out" is practised in the making of wicker-work, in order that the rim may be firm and even.


palakóg

Hiligaynon

(H) A club, stick, bat, particularly the bat used in the game of sáto or tip-cat, (see pakóg).


palákpak

Hiligaynon

To flap or beat the wings, to clap the hands, applaud. Dúro nga pagpalákpak-or-pagpinalákpak sang pagdiskúrso níya. There was much clapping of hands during his discourse. Palakpakí siá. Clap him. Applaud him. (pákpak). (see tokáp).


palákton

Hiligaynon

What is to-, can-, be guessed; a riddle. (see pakót).


palaktónon

Hiligaynon

A riddle. (see palákton, paktákon).


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