Search results for "ikog"

hikog [híkog] vt 1To catch around some part (leg, waist, neck using a circle of rope like a lasoo); to tug, pull on a tie, leash. huli Inghikog nida sa liog kag karabaw nak nakabuhi. He caught the carabao that got free around its neck with a rope. syn: sangit, syapay. (sem. domains: 7.2.6.4 - Set free.) 2To trap somebody in a speech; verbal ambush.

ikog [íkog] 1n Tail, either of an animal as of the long curved tail feather of a rooster, or of an object such as a kite. buntót (sem. domains: 7.2.4.3 - Fly, 1.6.1.2 - Bird.) 2vt To follow somebody closely; to follow at one’s heels. Nag-ikog kag anak sa nanay tong nag-uli pa-banwa. The child followed at her mother’ heels when she came down to town. (sem. domains: 7.2.5.2 - Follow.) comp. ikog it pagi

ikog it bagyo [íkog it bágyo] n Tail of typhoon. buntot ng bagyo Ikog it bagyo kag nagrayan hali sa ato lugar kada buko abang kusog. It was only the tail of the typhoon that hit our place thats why it wasn't so strong. (sem. domains: 1.1.3.5 - Storm.)

ikog it eroplano [íkog it eropláno] n Tail of an airplane. buntot ng eroplano (sem. domains: 7.2.4.3 - Fly.)

ikog it pagi [íkog it pági] (comp. of ikog, pagi) n Tail of a stingray (which is one of the items used in exorcism). [lit: tail of stingray] Kag ida ginggamit nak panglampos sa ida mga anak ay buntot pagi. What she uses to hit her children is a stingray’s tail. (sem. domains: 4.9.4.2 - Demon possession, 4.9.5.4 - Religious ceremony, 1.6.2.3 - Parts of a fish.)

kilikog [kilíkog] n A type of sea food. (sem. domains: 5.2.3.2 - Food from animals, 5.2 - Food, 5.2.3 - Types of food.)

nawar-an it ikog [nawár-an it íkog] idiom - Convert to subentry Lose one’s manliness, tail (as when cowardly). takot na takot Abang rayagan it tong nagpapangrayaga kay Julie nak pay nawar-an it ikog tong habulon sida it sunrang it tong ida tatay. Julie’s lover ran away fast as if he lost his tail when Julie’s father run after him with a machete.

tikog-tikog₁ [tikog-tikóg] n Fern.

tikog-tikog₂ [tikóg-tikóg] n Used in healing inveterate ulcers, and the leaves are used in topicals are emollient. pakupakúan Acrostichum Aureum

sangit [sángit] vi To snag; to get caught on something. sabit Nagsangit kag ida baro sa lansang. Her dress got caught on the nail. syn: hikog 1, syapay. der. sangitan

syapay₁ [syápay] vbt To get stuck or caught on something, such as, a tree, fence, roof, clothesline. sabit Katong si Tang Emil ay nahuyog sa nidog sida ay nagsyapay sa mabolo ag sumunor ay sa alambre. When Tang Emil fell from the coconut tree, he got caught in a mabolo tree and then on barbwire. syn: hikog 1, sangit.

bira [birá] 1n The rope being pulled (as of on the side of a fishing net etc.). (sem. domains: 7.3.2.8 - Pull.) 2v To pull something. kabígin Ingbira nako kag oning sa ikog. I pulled the cat by its tail. Nabira nida kag kurtina. He unintentionally pulled the curtain. syn: gabot 1, bugnot, hugnot 1, gabot 2, hugot 1, hugnot 3, guna, abri 1, bukar 1, bukâ 4, bukas 3, hugkot, randa, balingling, gudor, kubra 1, udong, hiknit 2, gunot, dordor 2. (sem. domains: 7.3.2.8 - Pull.) comp. binirahan it layas , der. biniray

hikoy [híkoy] vi 1To wriggle; to wag (as of a worm, animal’s tail). galaw Naghihikoy kag mga uyor sa raga. The worms are wriggling in the earth. (sem. domains: 7.2.2.8 - Move back and forth, 7.2 - Move.) 2To make something wriggle, wag (as of a worm, animal’s tail). Apahikuyan ka nako it uyor sa damot kung imo ako agit-agiton. I will let the worm wriggle on your hand if you tease me. Ingpapahikoy-hikoy it uning kag ida ikog habang nag-iidamo it ida mga anak. The cat wags her tail while playing with her kittens. (sem. domains: 7.2.2.8 - Move back and forth, 7.2 - Move.)

hiwag [hiwág] 1vi To wag, as of a dog’s tail. Pag-abot nako ay naghihiwag kag ikog ni Brandy. When I arrived Brandy’s tail was wagging. syn: wilig-wilig. (sem. domains: 1.6.2 - Parts of an animal.) 2v To whine, cry, plead to go with someone, as of a child wanting to go with their mother. (sem. domains: 3.3 - Want.)

kisay-kisay₁ [kisay-kisáy] vi To struggle against being held still; held back to roll violently side-to-side; to thresh around (as of person, animals). kisay-kisay Nagkisay-kisay tong kambing tong nahuyog sa buho dahil nahikog. The goat struggled against being held still when he fell into the hole because his head was tied with a rope. (sem. domains: 4.8.2.2 - Fight against something bad, 4.8.2.8 - Violent.)

pungkoy [púngkoy] 1vt To cut off; to maim. Ingpungkoy nida kag ikog it iro. He cut off the tail of the dog. 2sta To be cut off or maimed. putol Napungkoy ka ida damot tong maipit it makina. His hand was maimed when it got crushed in the machine.

wilig-wilig₂ [wilig-wilíg] vi To go, move from side-to-side; to zig-zag (as of a boat tipping from side-to-side, a dog waging it’s tail). iling-iling Ingwilig-wilig it iro kag ida ikog pagkakita sa ida amo. The dog wagged his tail from side-to-side when he saw his master. Nawilig-wilig pa kag ikog it israng kadadawi yang. The fish that was just caught is still wiggling its tail. Ingwilig-wilig ni Gail kag ida damot para makabuhi kag uning nak nakakagat. Gail shook her hand to get the cat off which was biting her. syn: hiwag 1. (sem. domains: 7.2.1.7 - Move noisily.)