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háplik

Hiligaynon

To give a smart blow with anything supple, flick or flip a whip or the like; a flick, cut, stroke (of a rod, whip, etc.). Iháplik ang ímo látigo sa likód sang kabáyo. Give the horse a flick of your whip on the back. Ngáa man nga nagháplik ka sa íya sang ímo kamágo?-Tungúd kay nahaplikán man akó níya sing lúnang. Why did you hit him with the string of your top?-Because he threw mud at me. (see háplit, táplik).



taplík-táplik

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of táplik. To wag, move to and fro, move up and down, shake, sway, vibrate, oscillate. Ang idô nagataplíktáplik sang íya íkog. The dog is wagging its tail. Ang kalát nga inogbágting sang linggánay ginataplíktáplik sang hángin. The bell-rope is swinging (swaying) to and fro in the wind. (see paládpad, hulághúlag).


táplik, taplík

Hiligaynon

A flick, jerk, a quick light stroke; to flick, jerk, beat, strike, whip (with a quick light stroke). Taplikí siá sang ímo kamót, kalát, pányò, etc. Flick him (Give him a flick) with the hand, rope, handkerchief, etc. Tinaplikán akó sing lúnang sang íkog sang karabaw. The buffalo flicked mud over me with its tail. Itáplik sa íya ang ímo mga túdlò. Snap your fingers at him. (see wáslik, tápdas, háplik).