Meaning of piang

piang

Cebuano

adj. lame



piang

Cebuano

cripple


piang

Cebuano

crippled


piang

Cebuano

fracture


píang

Cebuano

v. 1. dislocate, sprain, fracture someone Napíang ku pagkadakin-as nákù, I got a sprain (fracture) when I slipped and fell. Kaáyung piángan nang ímung kamut nga kiriwan, How nice it would be to break your thieving hands; 2. make something crippled, be at a disadvantage because of a loss or absence of something indispensable. Napíang ang nigusyu pagháwà sa kasusyu, The business was crippled when one of the partners withdrew. Gipiángan na mi dáan kay nasakit ang ámung sinalígan nga magdudulà, We are already on a disadvantage because one of our important players is sick. (→) n. 1. general term for dislocation, fracture, or sprain. It may manifest itself in other ways than in the sprained or fractured limb, e.g. respiratory ailments are commonly thought to result from piang; 2. lacking. Piang tag usa sa kúrum sa madyung, We’re lacking one to play mahjong. -an(→) n. see piang, n2. -un(→) a. having a sprain, dislocation, or fracture.