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bágtik

Hiligaynon

To harden and get brittle, as dry mud and the like. Nagbágtik ang lúnang. The mud has hardened. Nabagtikán sía sing lúnang sa íya mga panápton. Some mud got dry and hard on his clothes. Nagbágtik ang kalámay sa kaláhà. The sugar in the pan is overdone i.e. has dried and hardened to the point of emitting a smell of scorching or burning.



básil

Hiligaynon

Any hardened or dry matter sticking to, or wedged in between, other objects; to harden, thicken, incrust. Nagbásil ang lúnang sa íya báyò. The mud hardened on his jacket. (see bágtik, tíg-a, tígdas, malá).


bigól, bígol

Hiligaynon

Hardened, caked; to harden, become caked. Nagbigól ang lúnang sa íya panápton. The mud hardened on his clothes. Nabigolán ang ákon delárgo sing pínta. My trousers are (were) stiff with dry paint or some paint has hardened on my trousers. (see ápol, ákmol, bágtik, pígol, píghol).


kórta

Hiligaynon

(Sp. cortar) To cut (clothes, etc.); to cut, chisel, fashion, carve (wood or stone); a fringe or indentation, cut in a zigzag or roundish pattern along the edge of a sleeve, etc., goffer, gauffer; to curdle, coagulate. Nagkórta ang gátas. The milk curdled. Nagkórta ang pásta, lúnang, etc. The paste, mud, etc. has become dry and friable. (see básbas, bórlas, bágtik, gréka).