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v. jump up or aside, usually by reflex action in fright or to avoid danger. Miliksi siya sa kakurat, He jumped back with fright. liksiliksi v. jump about violently. Paknga ang isdà arun dílì muliksiliksi sulud sa baskit, Knock the fish on the head so they won’t thrash around in the basket.
n. 1. lesson in school; 2. object lesson, an event or experience that should teach one to do something differently. Kadtung baháa liksiyun nátù báhin sa pagpanagag káhuy, That flood should be a lesson to us with regards to deforestation; v. 1. assign, study a lesson. Akuy muliksiyun ninyu run báhin sa paghúbad, I will give you a translation exercise today. Nagliksiyun mi báhin sa birbu, We were having our lesson on verbs; 2. make someone know the disagreeable consequence of an act. Liksiyunun ta ka sa ímung binúang, I will discipline you because of your foolishness.
n. 1. lecture; 2. scolding (humorous slang); v. 1. give a lecture; 2. scold. Sa sayu sa buntag nagliktyur na siya sa íyang mga suluguun, It’s early in the morning, but she is already reading her servants a lecture.