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anít

Hiligaynon

Flayed, peeled; fleeced; one who has lost heavily in gambling, speculation, or the like. (see ánit).



ánit

Hiligaynon

To flay, to peel or strip off the skin, etc. Aníti ang karabáw. Flay the buffalo. Aníta ang pánit. Strip off the skin. Iánit sa iníhaw nga báka iníng binángon. Use this bolo to flay the slaughtered cow. (see ák-ak, bákbak, úpak).


pangánit

Hiligaynon

Freq. of ánit-to flay, skin, etc. Kon mangánit kitá sa ibán, anítan man kitá. If we flay others, we shall be flayed ourselves i.e. The evil done by us to others will recoil on ourselves.


úpak

Hiligaynon

(B) Peel, bark, pod, rind, husk; to peel, shell, shuck. Upáki (Paníti) ang kabúgaw, ang kamóti, ang mansánas, etc. Peel the pomelo, the sweet potato, the apple, etc. (see pánit, ánit).


úpak

Hiligaynon

(B) Peel, bark, pod, rind, husk; to peel, shell, shuck. Upáki (Paníti) ang kabúgaw, ang kamóti, ang mansánas, etc. Peel the pomelo, the sweet potato, the apple, etc. (see pánit, ánit).


aníto

Hiligaynon

Superstitious practices, ceremonies and sacrifices; to make use of or perform superstitious rites. Indì ka magpáti sináng mga aníto nga walâ sing naigoán. Don't believe in those superstitious practices that are so nonsensical. Ginanitóhan níla siá. He was subjected by them to superstitious rites. (see diwáta, babáylan, diósdíos).


gánit

Hiligaynon

To pull, drag, tear at, rumple, tousle (one's hair, etc.); to twist, pinch (one's ear, etc.). Dílì mo pagganíton ang íya bohók. Don't rumple his hair. (see gán-it, guránit, bútong, gulípat, kosípad, gurámus).


guránit

Hiligaynon

(B) To twist-, pinch-, one's ears, etc. (see gulípat, kosípad, kulípat).


kakanít

Hiligaynon

(B) Leanness, thinness, skinniness, emaciation, lankness, gauntness. (see kanít, kaníwang, kakandínggal).


kalamanít

Hiligaynon

Lean, thin, emaciated, gaunt, spare, skinny; to become lean, etc. Iníng báboy kalamanít kaáyo. This pig is very lean. Nagkalamanít ang karabáw kay nabugtasán sa pangabúdlay. The buffalo became lean, because it was overworked. (see kanít, maníwang, níwang).


kanít

Hiligaynon

Lean, gaunt, thin, spare, emaciated; to be or become lean, etc. Nagkanít siá, kay nagmasakít. He got lean, because he was sick. Pakán-a siá sing maáyo, índì mo siá pagpakanitón. Feed him well, don't allow him to become thin. (see níwang, kalamanít, kandínggal).


kapánit

Hiligaynon

Of the same skin or color or complexion. Kapánit ko siá. He is of the same complexion as myself. Ang íya mga kapánit. Those of his race. (see pánit).


kulanít

Hiligaynon

Lean, thin, frail. (see kanít, kalamanít, níwang, hágpis).


lamanít

Hiligaynon

Lean, skinny, thin, spare, emaciated. Lamanít nga báka. A skinny cow. Naglamanít siá sa lakás nga pangabúdlay. He has become lean through overwork. (see pánit, kalamanít, maníwang, hágpis).


lanítlánit

Hiligaynon

Sinew, tendon. Daw lanítlánit na siá. He seems to have only sinews now i.e. he is very lean. Ang mga lanítlánit mahúnit. Tendons are tough.


pamánit

Hiligaynon

Form, shape, colour of one's skin; to skin, peel, flay. Bukáy (kayumánggì) siá sing pamánit. He is white (brown). He is white-skinned (brown-skinned).


pánit

Hiligaynon

Skin, hide, pelt, leather, bark, rind, peel, cover, shell, husk, integument, tegument, exterior covering; to skin, peel. Paníti ang patátas. Peel the potato. (see úpak).


panít

Hiligaynon

A kind of fish; a nearly full-grown bantaláan.


panít-panít

Hiligaynon

A kind of mange or skin disease, which causes the skin to come off in scales.


panítsit

Hiligaynon

Freq. of sítsit. To emit a sharp hiss in order to draw attention. Ginpanitsitán níya akó sang paglígad (paglubás) ko sa íya baláy. When I passed his house he drew my attention by hissing. (see panagótsot-to say "tut, tut" in discontent, etc.).


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