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píl-as

Hiligaynon

Steep, precipitous, high, sheer. (see hándog, tindógon).



bantólid

Hiligaynon

To tumble or roll down headlong or head foremost, to roll or turn over several times, to fall down head over heels. Andam ka, kay básì magbantólid ka sa hágdan. Take care not to fall headlong down the stairs. Nagbantólid siá sa pángpang, sa dululhúgan nga píl-as, etc. He tumbled head over heels down the river-bank, the steep incline, etc. (see bansúlì, balínsay, búlid, bulídbulíd, ligídligíd).


hándog

Hiligaynon

Steep, sheer, scarped, precipitous, almost vertical, upright, standing on end, abrupt; to be or make steep, etc. Hándog nga hágdan. A steep ladder or stair. Hándog nga bató. A precipitous rock. Pahandogá ang hágdan. Set up the ladder nearly upright. Ginában sang subâ ang bánglid kag ang pángpang naghándog. The river has washed away the incline and the bank has become sheer. (see tíndog, píl-as).


háy-og

Hiligaynon

Moderately sloping, not too steep, slightly inclined, declivous; to slope moderately, make a slope. Háy-og nga dálan, pángpang, bakólod, etc. A moderately sloping road, river-bank, hill, etc. Hay-ogá ang bánglid nga píl-as. Make the slope less steep. Ginháy-og níla ang pángpang nga hándog. They made the steep bank slope down gently. (see bánhay).


kantíl

Hiligaynon

(Sp. cantil) A steep, precipitous rock. (see píl-as).


tindógon

Hiligaynon

Standing up straight, erect, upright, on end, vertical, very steep, plumb, bolt upright, perpendicular, precipitous, sheer. (see tíndog, píl-as, matáas).