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linggi [linggí] n A two to four man fishing net dropped from a boat. [It is used nearer in to shore than the larger net (pukot). This is also a type of “pukot”.] syn: kiling 1.

linggi-linggi [linggi-linggî] v 1To wobble on one short leg, as of a table. (sem. domains: - Flat.) 2To rock back and forth (sem. domains: - Move back and forth.) 3To rock a round grinding stone back and forth. (sem. domains: - Steps in food preparation.)

kiling₂ [kíling] 1vi To lean to one side; to be lopsided; to rock, roll, tip from side-to-side as of a boat. hilig Nagkiling kag bayay tong natumbahan it nidog. The house leaned to one side when the coconut fell on it. Nagkiling-kiling kag batil pag nag-aandar. The boat tips from side to side when it starts to move. Nagkiniling tong mga pangarga ni Banlam dahil waya nakamada’t maado. Banlam’s cargoes rolled from side-to-side because they were not stacked up properly. syn: linggi. (sem. domains: - Boat.) 2vbt To side with somebody; to favor somebody over others; to be biased; to be partial towards. kilingan, kampihan Ingkilingan nida kag ida amigo tong di anay buko ka ida hali. He sided with his friend And not with his relative when there was a fight. syn: kampi, apin 2. (sem. domains: - Prefer.)