Meaning of ulalóng

ulalóng

Hiligaynon

To weave cloth (particularly for skirts called patádyong); to spin cotton or wool in a primitive way by hand without a spindle. Ulalongá ang búrak kang búrak (búlak sang búlak). Spin the cotton wool by hand. (see habúl, pamúlung, pamúrung).



ulalóng

Hiligaynon

Rough, botched, bungled, careless, coarse, not well done, applied to all kinds of work. Ulalóng (Inulalóng) nga trabáho. Rough or careless work. A task that has been badly performed. (see bástos, manól, patarásak)


ulalóng

Hiligaynon

January. Probably because January was formerly the month for cotton-spinning.


ulalóng

Hiligaynon

To weave cloth (particularly for skirts called patádyong); to spin cotton or wool in a primitive way by hand without a spindle. Ulalongá ang búrak kang búrak (búlak sang búlak). Spin the cotton wool by hand. (see habúl, pamúlung, pamúrung).


ulalóng

Hiligaynon

Rough, botched, bungled, careless, coarse, not well done, applied to all kinds of work. Ulalóng (Inulalóng) nga trabáho. Rough or careless work. A task that has been badly performed. (see bástos, manól, patarásak)


ulalóng

Hiligaynon

January. Probably because January was formerly the month for cotton-spinning.