Search result(s) - táp-ok

katáp-ol

Hiligaynon

Weakness, feebleness; dulness, stupidity. (see táp-ol).



kayúm-uk

Hiligaynon

Softness, tenderness. (see yúm-uk, kahómok, kalum-ok).


kulabóhon

Hiligaynon

Soft, flabby, flaccid, tender, not strong. (see mahómok, malúm-ok, tabonánà).


láb-ok

Hiligaynon

A sip, draught, dose, mouthful of liquids; to sip, take a draught. Maginúm ka lang sing isá ka láb-ok. Just take a sip or draught. Nagláb-ok siá sing bíno kag naglakát. He sipped some wine and went on his way. Palab-oká siá sang ímo tubâ. Give him a mouthful of your toddy. Ipaláb-ok mo sa ákon yanáng ilímnon. Let me taste that beverage. (see tígsim).


lábtog

Hiligaynon

Blister, pustule. (see líbtug, libutúg, láp-ok).


lág-ok

Hiligaynon

A sip, draught (of liquids). See láb-ok id.


lághit

Hiligaynon

To be strewn about, lie about in confusion or disorder, be all over the shop or higgledy-piggledy. Nagalághit gid lang dirí ang mga naúg. The clothes are just lying about here higgledy-piggledy. Indì mo paglaghitón (pagilághit) ang ímo mga sángkap. Don't let your things lie about in disorder. Indì mo paglaghitán ang ságwà sang ímo mga halampangánan. Don't leave your playthings lying about the drawing room. (see dúm-ok).


lágpì

Hiligaynon

To rap, flip, fillip, strike or slap with the finger-tips or in any similar way. Si nánay naglágpì sang íya guyá. Mother slapped his face (with her finger-tips). Ilágpì sa íya ang sinélas. Slap him with the slippers. Lagpiá ang íya ilóng. Tap his nose. (see tápdas, támpà).


lámpong

Hiligaynon

Young, tender, soft, immature. (see lanúbò, lágbus, malúm-ok, mahómok, etc.).


lámpus

Hiligaynon

To strike, beat, drub, cudgel, cane, knock, whack, wallop, whop, rap, tap, hit, club. Ginlampusán níya si Fuláno sing inútud nga kawáyan. He struck N.N. with a piece of bamboo. Ilámpus mo sa báboy iníng bastón. Hit the pig with this stick. Throw this stick at the pig. (see lámba, bálbal, etc.).


lamutî

Hiligaynon

Blister; to form blisters. Napásò ang bútkon ko kag naglamutî. My arm got scorched or scalded and blisters rose on it. (see láp-ok).


lán-ok

Hiligaynon

To be plentiful, galore, lie about in heaps; abundant, more than enough. Nagalán-ok gid lang ang mga ságing, kapáyas, etc. sa íya nga hulút. There are in his room plenty of bananas, papaws, etc. Káon ka sing páhò, kay nagalán-ok lang dirí sa ámon. Eat mangoes, there are plenty of them at home. (see dagáyà, abúnda, bugánà, etc.).


láp-ok

Hiligaynon

Blister; to blister, form-, raise-, blisters, cause blisters to rise. Nagláp-ok ang ákon kamót sang pagbayó, kay walâ pa akó mabuyó. I got blisters in my hand from pounding rice, for I am not yet accustomed to it. Naláp-ok ang ákon bábà sa ápog. The lime blistered my mouth. I got blisters in my mouth from the lime. Nalap-okán ang túdlò ko, ambót kon anó ang nagpaláp-ok. My finger is blistered, I don't know what is the cause of it. (see líbtug, libutúg).


laúk, laúk

Hiligaynon

(B) To drink greedily or in large draughts, swill, toss off, gulp down. Lauká lang iníng isá ka báso nga bíno. Toss off this glass of wine. Ginlaukán níla nga duhá ang baláding nga tubâ kag nagkalahubúg (nagkabalúng) silá. Both of them took large draughts of toddy from the pail and got drunk. (see láb-ok, táyhong).


layúyò

Hiligaynon

(B) Young, tender, soft, pliable, flexible (of leaves, shoots, sprouts, etc.). Layúyò nga dáhon. A tender leaf. (see lúm-ok, hómok).


líb-ok

Hiligaynon

To be drawn out, held sustained, said of the voice, of sounds, etc. Nagalíb-ok ang íya nga tíngug. His voice is well sustained. Ginpalíb-ok níya ang íya tíngug. He sustained his voice. Maálam ka balá magpalíb-ok sang ímo tíngug? Can you sustain your voice? Do you know how to hold (keep up, sustain, prolong) notes without taking breath? (see lígbok).


lígbok

Hiligaynon

To sustain, hold, draw out (the voice, etc.). See líb-ok, ligô id.


ligô, lígò

Hiligaynon

To sustain the voice. See líb-ok, lígbok.


lín-ay

Hiligaynon

Young, youthful, tender, soft, gentle; a young lady, girl, maiden of tender years. (see lanúbò, bataón, pamatán-on, malúm-ok, malolô, malólot, etc.).


lomó

Hiligaynon

Softness; to be soft, soften (through the action of a liquid or the like). Naglomó na gid ang tinapáy nga ginbutáng mo sa túbig. The bread you put into the water is quite soft now. Palomohá ang sókdap, uwáy, nítò, etc. Soften (in water) the bamboo splints, rattan, níto, etc. Palomohí akó sing balátong, kay lagáon ko. Soften the beans (in water) for me, because I am going to boil them. (see hómok, lúm-ok).


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