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sándad

Hiligaynon

To knock or stumble against, to stub one's toe against, to kick against, trip over, make a false step. Nakasándad akó sa bató. I struck my foot-, I stumbled-, against a stone. Nasándad ko ang kólon. I stumbled against the rice-pot. Andam ka, kay mabúung ang bangâ kon masándad mo. Be careful, for the water-jar will break in pieces, if you trip over it or knock against it.



solándoy

Hiligaynon

To stumble against something sharp, stub the toe against, slip, make a false step. Nakasolándoy akó sa tunúk (dúgi) kag napílas ang ákon tiíl. I kicked against a thorn and hurt my foot. (see sándad).


tikláhag

Hiligaynon

To observe closely, stretch one's neck, etc. See áohog, áwhog. Also: to stumble, sway to and fro, fall down. (see sándad, dulíngdúling, túmba, ikláhag).


tamúd

Hiligaynon

To look upon, consider, notice, discern, perceive, advert to, remark, mark, attend to, fix the eyes upon, bend one's look down upon. Tamurí (tamudí, támdi) sing maáyo ang sulát. Look the letter over well, consider it well. Támda akó. Look at me. Pay attention to me. Nakasándad siá, kay walâ níya pagtámdi sing maáyo ang íya ginaláktan. He stumbled, because he did not-mind well where he was stepping,-look where he was putting his feet. (see túluk, tán-aw, mulálong, bilíd, talámdan, katámdan).