Meaning of kuláng

kuláng

Hiligaynon

Now and then, but rarely, used for kúlang. Ginakuláng ang íya kinitáan. His earnings are not sufficient (for his needs).



kúlang

Hiligaynon

Less than required or expected, short, insufficient, inadequate, not enough, too little, deficient, deficit; to lack, fall short, be inadequate, etc. Kúlang iní. This is short-or-This is too little. Kúlang gid inâ sa íla nga tanán. That certainly is not enough for all of them. Nagkúlang ang bíno. There was not enough wine. Nakulángan akó sing kwárta. I ran short of money. Pakulángi siá sing limá ka dakû. Give him five centavos less. Pinakulángan níya ang bilí sang líbro sing napúlò ka dakû. He lowered the price of the book by ten centavos. Kúlang karón ang ísdà. There is at present a dearth or scarcity of fish. (see kabús, kulábus).


kuláng

Hiligaynon

(B) To fell, hew down, cause to fall, lay low, throw down. Kulangá ang káhoy. Fell the tree. Nakuláng na ang káhoy sa dútà. The tree is now laid low on the ground. Ginkuláng sang bágyo ang dìmaísip nga mga káhoy. The storm laid low innumerable trees. (see púkan).