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tápak

Hiligaynon

A foot (measure of length); to step-, walk-, tread-, on or upon. Ang íya sinâ nga kalabaón ápat ka tápak. Its length is four feet. (see lápak, pié).



tápak

Hiligaynon

Length, breadth or width of cloth, etc.; size. Itámbi iníng isá ka tápak sang heneró sa isá, agúd magígò ang kalaparón. Join this width of cloth to the other, so that it may become sufficiently wide.


antáray

Hiligaynon

Distance, separation, interstice, interval; to be distant (separate, away) one from another. Limá ka tápak ang íla antáray. Nagaantáray silá sing limá ka tápak. There is a distance (an open space) of five feet between them. They are spaced five feet apart. (see ántad, bál-ot).


lápak

Hiligaynon

To tread or step or walk on, trample upon; to treat with pride, contempt or insult. Lápak (maglápak) ka sang mán-og-or-lapáki ang mán-og. Trample on the snake. Crush the snake with your foot. Indì ka maglápak dirâ, kay mabasâ pa ang siménto. Don't put down your foot there, for the cement is still wet. (see tápak, túmban).


línas

Hiligaynon

To tread, trample upon, applied especially to the separating of rice-grains from the ears by trampling on them. Linása ang humáy. Tread the rice. Linásan akó nímo sing tátlo ka pásong nga humáy. Tread three bushels of rice for me. Maálam ka balá maglínas? Do you know how to tread rice? Ginlínas gid lang níya ang ákon katarúngan. He trampled on my rights. He spurned my arguments. (see lápak, tápak).


patóng

Hiligaynon

(B) To step on, put one's foot upon, tread on, trample on. Patongí ang tápì. Step on the board. Sang pagkatulúg ko pinatongán níya akó. While I was sleeping he trampled (trod) on me. Indì ka magpatóng dirâ, kay madámù ang dógi. Don't tread there, for there are many thorns. (see lápak, tápak).


pié

Hiligaynon

(Sp. pié) Foot (measure of length). (see tápak).


súkang

Hiligaynon

To tread or trample on, take a firm stand on, step on. (see tápak, lápak, tikáng, síkad).


tapák-tapák

Hiligaynon

To step or pace noisily-up and down,-to and fro, to shuffle the feet, to patter. Sín-o ang nagatapáktapák sa hulút sa ibábaw? Who is walking (pattering) noisily to and fro in the room above? (see tápak, lapáklapák).


tikáng

Hiligaynon

A pace, step, stride; to pace, step, stride, walk. Itikáng ang tiíl mo. Walk a few steps. Patikangá ang karabáw. Make the buffalo walk. Let the buffalo take a few steps. Magtikáng ka sing mahinalúngon kay madánlug ang dálan. Walk with care, for the road is slippery. (see túmban, patóng, lakát, tápak, lápak, pánaw).


túmban

Hiligaynon

(H) To step on, place (plant) one's foot upon, set the foot on the ground. Nakatúmban na siá sa dútà kag nagsákà liwán sa hágdan. He had already put his foot on the ground and then went back again up the ladder. Bantayí ang ímo ginatumbanán. Mind your steps. Be on your guard where you set your foot. Itúmban ang tiíl mo sa siní nga bató kag maglúmpat ka sa pihák sang kalóg. Step on this stone and jump across the ditch. (see lápak, tápak, patóng).


tapakán

Hiligaynon

Treadle; foot-stool. Tapáki ang tapakán. Work the treadle. (see lapakán).


lapák-lapák

Hiligaynon

To walk about, pace to and fro. See tapáktapák id.


lapakán

Hiligaynon

A treadle, pedal, anything used to tread or step upon. Lapákan mo ang lapakán. Step on the treadle. (see tapakán).


latík-latík

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of latík. Also: to pace to and fro, walk about noisily, stamp the floor or the like. (see tapáktapák).


ló-oy

Hiligaynon

To crush or smash under a falling object. Naló-oy ang tanúm kay natapákan sang táo, kay napukánan sang káhoy, etc. The plant got crushed, for it was trodden down by men, for a tree fell on it, etc. Nahulúgan akó sing káhoy kag naló-oy ang ákon tiíl. I was hit by a falling tree and my foot was smashed.


talapakán

Hiligaynon

What is to-, should-, be trodden or trampled upon; a treadle; foot-stool. (see lápak, lapakán, tapakán).