Meaning of wangsì



a. 1. having one or both the lips turned up such that it is impossible to close the mouth; 2. partly opened due to a cut with a side drawn up. Wangsì kaáyu ang íyang samad, She has a very wide cut; v. 1. get a wide cut or for something to get upturned. Nawangsì ang tibuuk kung kuku, My whole fingernail got turned up. 2. get opened, ajar. Muwangsì (mawangsì) ang sira kun maluag ang bisagra, The shutter won’t close tight if the hinges are loose; 3. tear something off, loose. Giwangsì níya ang bungbung, He tore off the wall boards.