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paniwáding

Hiligaynon

To reel, stagger, be very unsteady on one's legs, be unable to stand or walk straight, as a drunken person. Paniwáding supposes a greater degree of unsteadiness than dulíngdúling.



diwáwong

Hiligaynon

Reeling, stumbling, tottering; to reel, stumble, totter, as a drunken person, or the like. (see paniwáding, dulíngdúling).


wáding

Hiligaynon

To be shaky or wobbly, swing to and fro, walk with a halt, to limp; to persuade, dissuade, induce, convince, gain over to one's point of view. Indì gid mawáding si Fuláno. N.N. cannot be persuaded (convinced, turned from his purpose by argument or entreaty, or the like), (see dîmawáding, paniwáding, bawód, bayúd, daúg, dalá, daládála, wánding).