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wind
1) wind v. 1 to move this way and that, go in a crooked way, change direction, turn: magpa- liku-liko, paliku-likuin 2 to twist or turn around something: mag- pulupot, ipulupot (transitive verb), pumulupot (intransitive verb), puluputan, magpilipit, pumilipit, ipilipit, pilipitin, pilipitan 3 to roll into a ball or on a spool, etc.: mag-ikid, ikirin, iikid, magkidkid, ikidkid, kidkirin, magbilibid, ibilibid, maglikaw, ilikaw 4 to fold, wrap, or place about something: magbalot, mabalot, balutin, ibalot 5 to fold the arms around something: yumakap, yakapin, iyakap 6 to make a clock go by turning some part of it: magsusi, susian, magkuwerdas, kuwerdasan 7 to wind up sometimes means to end, settle, conclude: magwakas, wakasan, tumapos, magtapos, tapusin · n. 1 a bend, a turn: kurba, kurbada, liko 2 a twist: pulupot, pilipit
2) wind n. moving air: hangin



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hihip
h´ihip n. blowing (as of wind from mouth) · humihip (-um-) v. to blow (as of the wind or from the mouth). Himihip ang hangin. The wind blew. h´ipan (-an) v. to blow on some- thing. Hipan mo ang apoy. Blow at the fire.



blow
blow n. 1 a hit with the fist: suntok, dagok 2 a blow with a whip or stick: palo, hampas, bugbog 3 the blow of the wind, sudden blow or gush: ihip · v. 1 to give a blow, to strike with the fist: sumuntok, suntukin 2 to strike or give a blow with a whip, stick, etc.: pumalo, paluin, humampas, hampasin, bumugbog, bugbugin 3 to give a blow with the elbow and shoulder: dagilin 4 to give a blow or nudge with the elbow: sumiko, sikuhin 5 to blow as the wind: humangin, hanginin, humihip, umihip 6 to be blown by the wind (as a small boat): hanginin



twist
twist v. 1 to turn or cause to turn or wind: umikot, magpaikot, paikutin, pumihit, pihitin 2 to wind together, to wind: magpili, pumili, pilihin, magpilipit, pumilipit, pilipitin 3 to bend: magbalikuko, bumalikuko, balikukuin, ibalikuko, magbaluktot, bumaluktot, baluktutin, ibaluktot 4 to curve, to bend: magpaliku-liko, lumiku-liko, paliku-likuin 5 to force or to become out of shape or shape: magtabingi, tumabingi, patabingiin, magkatabi-tabingi 6 to distort the meaning of: bumaluktot, baluktutin, bumaligtad, baligtarin, mag-uwi (iuwi) sa ibang bagay, mag-iba ng kahulugan, ibahin ang kahulugan 7 to twist the foot or ankle: matapilok · n. 1 a twisting: pagbaluktot, pagpilipit, pagbalikuko 2 a thread, cord, or rope made of two or more strands twisted together: pili 3 a being twisted: pagkabaluktot, pagkabalikuko, pagkapilipit two num/adj. the number equal to one plus one: dos, dalawa



wind
1) wind v. 1 to move this way and that, go in a crooked way, change direction, turn: magpa- liku-liko, paliku-likuin 2 to twist or turn around something: mag- pulupot, ipulupot (transitive verb), pumulupot (intransitive verb), puluputan, magpilipit, pumilipit, ipilipit, pilipitin, pilipitan 3 to roll into a ball or on a spool, etc.: mag-ikid, ikirin, iikid, magkidkid, ikidkid, kidkirin, magbilibid, ibilibid, maglikaw, ilikaw 4 to fold, wrap, or place about something: magbalot, mabalot, balutin, ibalot 5 to fold the arms around something: yumakap, yakapin, iyakap 6 to make a clock go by turning some part of it: magsusi, susian, magkuwerdas, kuwerdasan 7 to wind up sometimes means to end, settle, conclude: magwakas, wakasan, tumapos, magtapos, tapusin · n. 1 a bend, a turn: kurba, kurbada, liko 2 a twist: pulupot, pilipit
2) wind n. moving air: hangin



utot
ut´ot n. break wind, fart



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