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takilíd

Hiligaynon

Sideways, on the side.



takílid

Hiligaynon

To sit, lie, stand, walk, etc. sideways. Patakílid-to put or turn on the side. Patakídla (Patakilíra, patakilída) ang látok. Set the table down on its side. Tilt the table over on its side. (see kílid).


lísding

Hiligaynon

To tilt, cant up, tip over, lean, slant, topple. (see líkding, salidíng, saliáy, takílid). N.B. If the posts of a house give way on one side and the house in consequence tips over "lúsud" is to be used, e.g. Nalúsud ang baláy. The house tipped over.


sámpan

Hiligaynon

On the side, neither face-up nor face-down, (placed) on (its) side. (see takílid).


takídlon

Hiligaynon

From takílid.


talingí, talingî

Hiligaynon

To be out of the straight or vertical line, to incline, bend sideways. (see hiláy, balingíg, tingíg, talingíg, talitíg, takílid).


talitíg

Hiligaynon

(B) Sideways; to walk or stand sideways. (see takílid, takilíd, tingíg, talingíg, talingî).


tikwáog, tikwá-og

Hiligaynon

To turn one's head (upwards and (or) sideways, as a snake does). Walâ na níya makuób, kag walâ man matikwáog, ang íya líog. He could neither bow his head nor turn it to either side (his neck having become quite stiff). (see húlag, bayáw, takílid).