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(A modern term) Consonant. (see maáthag-mítlang-vowel).



To say "tut, tut", "tush", "pshaw", pish! bah! rot! rats!, or the like in disapproval, irritation or worry; to refuse, decline, disapprove. Indì mo pagpanagotsotán ang ákon nga ginhámbal, kóndì ipaháyag mo sing maáthag ang ímo panghunâhúnà. Don't say "tush" in answer to what I have told you, but state clearly what you think about it.



Freq. of súgid-to tell, relate, report, etc. Way or manner of one's telling a story, making a report, giving out a statement, or the like. Maáthag siá sing panúgid. Maáthag ang íya panúgid. His statement is (was) clear. He narrates (tells a story, etc.) in a clear, distinct way.

(H) Speech, words, language, expression, utterance. Sa maáthag kag matahúm nga pululungón íya ginpaháyag ang íya nga katarúngan. In clear and beautiful language he unfolded (made clear) his argument. (see púlong).



Complicated, perplexed, involved; to become involved, etc. Dílì maáthag, kóndì (síbod) masíbod gid ang íya pagsáysay. His explanation is not clear, on the contrary it is obscure. Nasibóran (-ódan) akó sang íya nga hámbal. His speech was too involved (discursive, rambling) for me.

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