Meaning of ligid

ligid

Cebuano

n. wheel



ligid

Cebuano

roll


lígid

Cebuano

v. 1. roll, roll something Si Pidru mauy mulígid (mupalígid) sa búla, Pedro will roll the ball. Lígid dáyun ug masúnug ang sinínà, Roll (on the ground) if your clothes are afire. Ligírun (ligdun, ilígid) ku kanà kay nakaáli sa ákung agiánan, I will roll it out of the way; 1a. for days, years, etc. to roll by (literary). Túling milígid ang katuígan, Years rolled by swiftly; 1b. throw a tantrum by rolling on the floor. Ngánung milígid ang bátà? Unsa na puy íyang gustu? Why is the child throwing a tantrum? What does he want now? 2. lie down. Mulígid siya dáyun igkahumag káun, He lies down as soon as he finishes eating; 2a. — sa banig be bedridden. Tulu na ka túig siya nga naglígid sa banig, She has been bedridden for three years; 3. wallow. Ang kábaw sa panahun sa ting-init mulígid sa tunaan, On hot days the carabao wallows in the pond. Kanang daginutána naglígid sa bahandì, That miser is wallowing in riches. Naglígid siya sa kasal-ánan, She is sinking deep in sin; 4. do something to someone mercilessly without letup. Gilígid kug pangutána sa abugádu, The lawyer cross-examined me. Ang asáwa gilígid ug hawuk sa íyang bána, The husband smothered his wife with kisses. (→) n. wheel. kaligiray v. roll around. Nagkaligiray si Duman sa túmang kasakit, Duman rolled around in intense pain. kaligiran v. roll head over heels. Nagkaligiran ang táwung nadakin-as sa bakilid, The man slipped on the slope and tumbled down head over heels. pa- n. hoop to play with.