Search results for "lakad"

ikang [íkang] v To walk with slight limp because of a foot injury. pilay-pilay maglakad Si Lydia ay nag-iikang tong magyamhong kag ida siki. Lydia walks with a slight limp because of a foot injury when her legs swelled up. (sem. domains: 7.2.1.5 - Walk with difficulty.)

lakad [lákad] vt To take care of business matters, such as processing papers, following up on work. lakad Alakaron ninra kag trabaho sa Manila. They will follow up their work in Manila.

panayangtang [panayángtang] vi Something which is done without developed skill like a child just learning to walk. nagsisimulang maglakad Nagpapanayangtangey baga tong anak ni Manang Fely. Manang Fely’s child is now beginning to walk. (sem. domains: 2.6.4 - Stage of life, 2.6.4.1 - Baby.)

sayhag [sayhág] vi To walk in the jungle. lakad Nagsayhag si Lasyo sa kayhasan ag nagpanghayas it rayan. Lasyo walked in the forest and cut the undergrowth along the way.

maayam₁ [ma-áyam] (der. of ayam) adj 1Knowledgeable; wise. marunong; may-alam Si Cory Aquino ay maayam magpalakad it ato gobyerno. Cory Aquino is knowledgeable about the government set up. Syn: ayo 2. (sem. domains: 3.2.3.1 - Known, unknown, 3.2.1.3 - Intelligent.) 2Knows how to (as of doing something); skilful, capable (as in mental, manual or physical tasks). (sem. domains: 3.2.3.1 - Known, unknown, 7 - Physical actions.) comp. maayam magpakatawo

subaybay [subáybay] vbt To follow-up something in business. Ingsubaybayan gador ni Inday kag pagpalakad sa inra panaderya. Inday followed-it-up the operation of their bakery.

tobtob [tóbtob] 1loc The place reached so far. hanggang Kag inra ingpagtuan ay tobtob yang sa munisipyo. The place they’ve reached so far is the municipal hall. (sem. domains: 7.3.3.5 - Drive along.) 2vbt To reach a certain point, portion, part or place; to get as far as somewhere. hanggang Nagnunot ako sa “Alay lakad” ugaling ay kag nagtobtobey ako kina Hamen akoy nagpabilin. I joined the “walkatkon” but when I got as far as Hamen I stayed behind. der. katobtoban