Search result(s) - dokót

dokót

Hiligaynon

To stick, adhere to, etc. See dukót.



dágkut

Hiligaynon

To stick to, adhere to, be glued to. (see dákot, dokót, pilít).


dákot

Hiligaynon

To stick, adhere to (as mud, plaster, glue or the like). Nagdákot sa tángon ko ang kalamayháti. The kalamayháti stuck to the roof of my mouth. Padakóta ang sílyo sa sóbre. Stick the stamp on the envelope. Ginpadakótan ni Fuláno ang ákon delárgo sing lalaó. N. N. daubed my trousers with mud. Ipadákot iníng papél sa puertáhan. Paste this paper on the door. (see pilít, dokót).


dóktan

Hiligaynon

From dokót-to stick to.


dolóktan

Hiligaynon

(H) Liable to be-adhered,-clung-,-stuck-, to. Mga butáng nga dolóktan sang kaláyo. Things that are-easily kindled or set on fire,-combustible,-burnable. (see dokót).


dukót

Hiligaynon

To stick, adhere to (as plaster, paste, glue, gum, or the like). Ang sílyo nagadukót sa sóbre. The stamp adheres firmly to the envelope. Nagdukót ang lúnang sa ákon báyò. The mud stuck to my coat. Sín-o ang nagpadukót siníng papél sa ganháan? Who pasted this paper on the door? Nadúktan ang ákon delárgo sang ápog. My trousers were plastered with lime. Padúkta sing má-áyo iníng abíso, kay nagakóbal. Paste this notice on well, for it is not smooth. Ipadukót sa díngding iníng estámpa. Paste this picture on the wall. (see pilít, dokót id.).


itíp

Hiligaynon

(B) Crust. Ang kán-on may itíp sa kólon. The rice left a crust in the kettle-or-has stuck to the bottom of the kettle. Also: A kind of skin-disease producing patches of calluses. (see dokót).


hágkot

Hiligaynon

Dregs, sediment; to adhere or stick to. (see dágkut, dokót, pilít).


hinúmaw

Hiligaynon

Remains of food adhering to the inside of a cooking utensil and softened by water. Also verb. Hinumáwa (humáwa) ang dokót sang kólon. Soak with water and loosen the scrapings of the kettle. (see húmaw).


húmaw

Hiligaynon

To soak in water (rice, etc.); to make "hinúmaw". Humáwa ang dokót sa kólon. Make "hinúmaw" of the rice that has stuck to the inside of the kettle. (see hánggup).


itíp

Hiligaynon

(B) Crust. Ang kán-on may itíp sa kólon. The rice left a crust in the kettle-or-has stuck to the bottom of the kettle. Also: A kind of skin-disease producing patches of calluses. (see dokót).


kaláput

Hiligaynon

To adhere to, stick together. (see kápot, dokót, pilít).


kápot

Hiligaynon

To stick or adhere to, paste, glue. (see dokót, pilít).


kolá

Hiligaynon

(Sp. encolar) To glue, stick, paste; to be (lie, stand, sit) closely attached to. (see kóla, dokót, pilít, kupô).


lágpik

Hiligaynon

To stick, adhere to, as mud, paste, dust, etc. Ang pintúra nagkalágpik (nalágpik) sa íya nga sárwal. Ang íya nga sárwal nalagpikán sang pintúra. The paint stuck to his trousers. (see dokót).


madolókton

Hiligaynon

Liable to be adhered to, susceptible of, amenable to, not unlikely to catch, apt to incur. Iníng táo madolókton sang ínit. This man is very liable to change colour (to become very red in the face, or the like) through exposure to the heat of the sun. (see dokót).


padokót

Hiligaynon

To make stick, glue on, paste on, cause to adhere, attach with glue, paste, etc. Ipadokót (padókta) iníng talámdan sa ganháan sang baláy. Paste this notice on the door of the house, on the house door. (pa, dokót).


págkot

Hiligaynon

To stick, or adhere to, be viscous, viscid, glutinous, clammy, sticky; to paste or glue, stick with paste or glue. (see pilít, dokót, ragkót).


palan

Hiligaynon

palang-, palang-, palam-, Forms of pan-(which see) with an intercalated-la-. They are very often used for the formation of "frequentative verbs" (especially plural forms) and nouns, e.g. palangdokót-to stick to (dokót); palangláspì-to grow pale (láspì); palanóktan-debts (taxes) to be collected (sokót), etc. etc.


píknat

Hiligaynon

To adhere, stick to, clot, etc. See píkat, pígkang. (see pilít, dokót).


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