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síngkaw

Hiligaynon

Yoke; to yoke, attach the yoke. Singkawí ang karabáw. Put the yoke on the buffalo's neck. (see góta).



góta

Hiligaynon

Yoke; the rope or traces attaching a harrow, plough, etc. to a draught-animal. (see síngkaw, gíkos).


hukás

Hiligaynon

To take off a peg, seize, snatch. Maghukás ka sang (hukasá or húksa ang) báyò sa salab-ítan. Take the jacket off the peg. Húksa ang síngkaw sa líog sang karabáw. Take the yoke off the buffalo's neck. Ihukás akó ánay sang síya sang kabáyo. Please unsaddle the horse (for me). Nahukás (nákhas) ang tokó. The supporting (upright) beam gave way, (became loose or fell down). (see húklas, kúhà).


palas-ánon

Hiligaynon

That is-, has-, to be borne or endured; bearable, tolerable, supportable, endurable, sufferable, burden, what can be borne. (see pás-an, lulukdóhon, lúlan, síngkaw).


paningkáw-síngkaw

Hiligaynon

To move, stir, take physical exercise, do manual work, show signs of life by movement. (see húlag, gího, banátbánat, bayátbáyat, paningkálas, paningkáwtíngkaw).


paningkáw-tíngkaw

Hiligaynon

See paningkáw-síngkaw.


paningkáy-síngkay

Hiligaynon

Freq. of singkáysíngkay-to show off, strut, parade ostentatiously, move the shoulders coquettishly, etc. Also: to stir, move, (see kisáykísay, paningkáwsíngkaw).