Search result(s) - íntok

íntok

Hiligaynon

(B) Small, tiny, little, wee; consisting of small pieces or particles; to be or become small, etc. (see diótay, dítay, gamáy, gágmay, dítik, ikì, isót, tikî, kayót).



íntok

Hiligaynon

(B) Small, tiny, little, wee; consisting of small pieces or particles; to be or become small, etc. (see diótay, dítay, gamáy, gágmay, dítik, ikì, isót, tikî, kayót).


kaíntok

Hiligaynon

(B) Smallness, littleness, diminutiveness. (see íntok, kagamáy, kadiótay, kaisót, katikî).


karintukáy

Hiligaynon

(B) Small, little, tiny things, tots. Pulús mga karintukáy ang mga nagaeskwéla sa ákon kláse sang toksóan. The children that come to my catechism-class are all very small. (see íntok, magágmay, magágming).


maíntok

Hiligaynon

(B) Small, little, wee, tiny, minute, fine, consisting of small, tiny pieces or particles. (see íntok, magamáy, diótay, etc.).


líntok

Hiligaynon

(H) The smaller, finer particles of rice chaff after pounding, bran, usually fed to pigs, etc. The larger parts (lábhang) are made use of for cleaning plates or the like. (see upá).


pamíntok

Hiligaynon

Freq. of píntok-to dot, spot, puncture, etc. Also: to beat, thrash. Pinamintokán níya ang íya nga tíngkoy. He thrashed him. (Literally: He marked (dotted) his neck).


pasíntok

Hiligaynon

Caus. of síntok. To knock together, strike, crash, bump, bang, clash, slam, hit, whack, beat, batter, strike together (with an audible sound). Pasintoká ang íla ólo. Knock their heads together. Pinasíntok níya ang duhá ka lubí. He bumped the two coconuts together. Ipasíntok iníng tápì sa sin. Strike this board against the sheet of roofing iron. (see pasúntok).


píntok

Hiligaynon

Mark, sign, dot, spot, stain; to stamp, punch, puncture, make dots. Ipíntok ang hál-o sa humáy, índì sa bató. Bring the pestle down on the rice not on the stone. Kon malúyag ka magásod sa ámon mamíntok ka ánay, agúd índì magsintokánay ang áton mga hál-o. If you wish to join us in pounding rice, time your strokes first, lest our pestles should knock together.


pintók-píntok

Hiligaynon

Dim. of píntok. Spotted, dotted, punctured, dapple, variegated. (see kámbang-piebald, brindled).


síntok

Hiligaynon

To push, thrust, knock or press against. See súntok.


bolók

Hiligaynon

A spotted, variegated surface; spotted, dapple, variegated with spots. Ang leopárdo bolók. The leopard is spotted. Manók nga bolók. A spotted chicken. (see pintókpíntok).


kámbang

Hiligaynon

Variegated, motley, marked with various colours, spotted, dapple, dappled, mottled, brindled; to be or become variegated, etc. Ang tínday nagkámbang na. The calf has become spotted. (see bolók, pintókpíntok: the difference is that "kámbang" is used of variously coloured surfaces with spots of a larger size than implied by "bolók" or "pintókpíntok").


lábhang

Hiligaynon

The larger fragments of rice-husks or rice-chaff separated from the grain by pounding, bran; the smaller fragments are called "líntok" and both together "upá".


pasúntok

Hiligaynon

Caus. of súntok. (see pasíntok).


súnggò

Hiligaynon

To knock against something hard, to stub (the toe) against, collide with, come in sharp contact with. Nakasúnggò ang ákon ólo sa halígi. I knocked my head against the post. (see búnggò, lónggò, súntok, síntok, sántik).


tók-yab, tókyab

Hiligaynon

To flap, shake, swing, turn up, lift up, move to and fro or up and down (said of a curtain, of matting, or the like). Gintókyab sang hángin ang kúmbung. The wind shook the curtain. The curtain flapped (moved to and fro) in the wind. (see ukáb, tokáb, paládpad).


tokáp

Hiligaynon

To clap the hands, strike the hands together in applause and the like. Gintokapán níla sing dakû ang íya ginpúlong. They applauded his speech with much clapping of hands. They clapped his speech loudly. (see pamalákpak, palákpak).


upá

Hiligaynon

Chaff, especially rice-chaff separated from the grain by pounding; bran, husks. (see lábhang, líntok).


upá

Hiligaynon

Chaff, especially rice-chaff separated from the grain by pounding; bran, husks. (see lábhang, líntok).