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súlpò

Hiligaynon

To dislocate, dislodge, sprain; to be a candidate for a second term of office. Nasúlpò (Nagkasúlpò) ang íya abága. His shoulder was dislocated. Si Fuláno nagpasúlpò, ápang walâ siá pagsulpoá sang mga pumililî. N.N. offered his candidacy again, but the electors did not return him to office. Ginsúlpò níla ang dáan nga pangúlo-bánwa. They voted again for the old Municipal President. (see líw-as, lúak).



bílwa

Hiligaynon

To sprain, dislocate, put out of joint. Nabílwa ang íya nga tiíl. His foot was sprained. Dì mo pagbilwahón ang íya abága. Do not dislocate his shoulder. Indì ka magámbak dirâ, kay matáas kag básì mabílwa ang ímo páa. Don't jump down there, for it is deep and you might sprain your leg. (see súlpò).


gitô

Hiligaynon

To break, disjoint, put out of joint, dislocate, disunite, by twisting a finger or the like. Nagitô ang íya túdlò. His finger was broken at the joint. Gingitô níya ang túdlò ni Fuláno. He broke (by twisting) the finger of N.N. Gingitoán níya si Fuláno sing isá ka túdlò. He twisted and broke one of N.N.'s fingers. He dislocated one of N.N.'s fingers. (see líw-as, súlpò).


líw-a

Hiligaynon

To dislocate, sprain. (see líwas, bílwa, súlpò).


líw-as

Hiligaynon

To overlap, stick out at the side of, protrude, dislocate completely. Papaá ang lánsang sing matádlung, agúd índì maglíw-as. Drive the nail in straight, so that it may not come out at the side. Naglíw-as ang íya túl-an. His bone stuck out or protruded. Nagliw-as ang íya bútkon. His arm was dislocated. (see súlpò, lúak).


lúak, lú-ak

Hiligaynon

To dislocate, break or separate joints. Luáka ang pákpak sang manók. Break off the chicken's wing. Nalúak ang íya bútkon. His arm was dislocated. Ginlúak gid lang níya sang íya kamót ang páa sang manók. He simply tore off the chicken's leg with his hand. Nahúlug siá sa lubí kag nalúak ang íya abága. He fell from a coconut palm and dislocated his shoulder. (see súlpò, líw-as).


tipalô

Hiligaynon

Sprain; to partially dislocate, sprain, strain (the muscles). Natipalô (Nagkatipalô) ang íya tiíl sa bató. On account of a stone his foot was sprained. He turned his ankle on a stone. (see líw-as, lutá, lúak, súlpo).


túgpò

Hiligaynon

Push, pushing, launching; to push, push over to, throw at (on, upon), urge upon, launch, put forth, put up (as candidate for an office, or the like). Itúgpò ang ímo manók sa ákon manók, agúd magsámpok silá. Throw your cock at mine so that they may fight. Itúgpò siá sa káy Fuláno. Push him against N.N. Gintugpoán níya ang idô sang kuríng. He threw the cat on the dog. Ang palapilián nga íla ginatúgpò--. The candidate whom they are putting up for office--. (see tulúd, súlpò).