Search result(s) - atákaták

paták-paták

Hiligaynon

Distributed singly rather far from each other, scattered sparsely or thinly, applied to houses, etc. See atákaták id.



pitápitá

Hiligaynon

Widely spaced or separated from one another, scattered, straggling, standing here and there; to divide, separate, set apart, segregate one from the other. (see putáputá, atádatád, atákaták).


pugták-púgtak

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of púgtak. Spotted, variegated, dotted; not near together, placed singly or apart. (see atákaták). The frequentatives pamúgtak and pamugtákpúgtak are more used in the meaning of: to embroider.


putá-putá

Hiligaynon

Put or placed separately, scattered, not contiguous or joined, spread out singly, one by one: to put in separate heaps or groups, set apart or at a distance from each other. Putáputá ang ákon umá. My fields are scattered here and there, are not contiguous or joined together. Ginputáputá níya ang íya humáy. He distributed his rice in separate heaps or granaries. (see atákaták).


tarawtâ

Hiligaynon

See tarautâ-to be broken up, etc. (see lápta, utúdutúd, pitápitá, atákaták, etc.).


tumágsak

Hiligaynon

Wide apart, far away from others, thinly scattered, not near together. (see malakâ, pitápitá, atákaták).


waták-waták

Hiligaynon

Separate from others, spaced, spread out, not joined-, not close-, to others. See atákaták, putáputá.