lingkaang

LINGKAANG is a word in Cebuano with its meaning in English.

lingkáang v {1} [B46N] for plants to spread out.
Milingkáang (nanglingkáang) ang lambáyung sa baybáyun, The vines spread out over the beach.
Dákit nga naglingkáang ang mga sanga, A spreading banyan tree.
{2} [BN; a1] for parts of the body to spread like a plant.
Tiil nga nanglingkáang kay dúgay nga wà kasapatúsi, Spreading feet that hadnt worn shoes in ages.
Lingkaángun (ilingkáang) sa pábu ang íyang balhíbu ug duúlun, A turkey will pu?
itself up if you get near it.
{2a} for the ears or hair to stand up upon feeling an emotion.
Nanlingkáang ang íyang dawunggan pagkadungug sa isturya, Her ears stood up when she heard the story.
Hutwang sa irù nga makalingkáang sa balhíbu, The howling of a dog that can make your hair stand on end.

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