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tikód

Hiligaynon

The heel. (see sikí, buúl).



páa

Hiligaynon

The leg (from the knee upward), thigh; haunch (of a horse, stag, etc.). Malábà siá sing páa. He has long legs. (see tiíl, kahíg-the foot; pusupusuán, batíis, busugbusugán-the calf; túhud-the knee; tikód, buúl-the heel).


panikód-tíkod

Hiligaynon

To stamp one's heels on the ground, push or kick with one's feet. (see tikód).


sikí

Hiligaynon

The heel, trotter, paw, lower part of the leg (of a dog, pig, etc.; see buúl, tikód, kahíg, tiíl). In some places also: foot (of man).


takón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tacón) The heel or heel-*piece of a boot or shoe, etc. (see tikód).


tikód-tikód

Hiligaynon

Dim. of tikód. Also: to kick-, push-, hit-, with the heel; to give the spurs to, prick with the spurs, spur (a horse); stimulate. Tinikódtikorán (tinikódtikóran) níya ang kabáyo. He gave the horse the spurs. He spurred the horse.


tikúd

Hiligaynon

See tikód-heel.