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(H) To fall on one's back, tumble down, tilt-, go-, turn-, topple-, over. (see tikháyà, tingkáyà, kayâ).

To fall backwards, fall on one's back, fall supine, fall down face up; to lie on one's back, lie prostrate. Nakadalín-as (Nakadúpias) siá sa nalomótan nga bató kag dáyon nakatikháyà (tumikháyà). He slipped on the mossy stone and down he fell on his back. Tikhayáa (Patikhayáa) siá. Turn him over on his back. Lay him down on his back. (see hayáng, kayâ, tingkáyà, hayâ).

To stumble, make a false step and reel in consequence without falling altogether, to lose one's balance (by slipping, etc.) and to regain it with some effort; to struggle, make great efforts to escape (as a child struggling to get away from the arms of its nurse, or the like). (see balít-ad, tikháyà, pólok, rímpwal).



Supine, prostrate, lying on the back (with the face upwards); to fall (flat) on one's back, fall full-length backwards. (see kayâ, tikháyà, úgsang, úsdang, dágpà-to fall down on one's face (prone).