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gágmay, gagmáy

Hiligaynon

To be small, etc. See gamáy.



gamáy

Hiligaynon

To become or make small, thin, slender, fine, delicate, little, tiny, slim, to thin, pare down, whittle. Naggamáy ang pérno sa lakás nga tóktok. The bolt became quite slender through excessive rust. Gamayá ang biníklan. Thin down the piece of split bamboo. Ipagamáy ko sa ímo iníng mabahúl nga bastón. I'll hand over to you this big stick and you will make it slender. Ang kalát nabúgras sa nagamayán. The rope snapped where it was thin. (gágmay).


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).


kagagmayán

Hiligaynon

(H) The little (as opposed to the great), the lower classes of people, the poor or uninfluential members of a community; the least or smallest (of a kind). (see gágmay, kadalagkuán-the great, rich or prominent people).


Small, little, tiny, wee, diminutive, slender, thin, fine. (see magamáy, gágmay).


dilgádo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. delgado) Thin, lean, lank, slender, gaunt, emaciated, fine, light. Dilgádo nga táo. A lean person. Dilgádo nga súklà. Fine, thin silk. (see maníwang, kalamanít, kanít, magamáy, magágmay, píno, manipís).


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).


kitár

Hiligaynon

(Sp. quitar) To remove, take away, separate, put aside. Sang pagísip níla sang mga ságing nga íla baláklon ginkitár níla ang mga sinipî nga magágmay. When they counted the bananas they were going to buy, they put the small clusters apart. (see kúhà, bulág, báhin).


magágming

Hiligaynon

Dim. of magágmay. Rather small, etc.


magamáy

Hiligaynon

Small, little; slender, thin. See magágmay.


pitsé-pítse

Hiligaynon

(Probably from the Sp. peche, pechina) Trifles, things of little value or importance, trivial or paltry matters; the common run, ordinary people, poor folks. May ginabalígyà dirâ nga nanarîsárì nga pitsépítse. Various little things (refreshments) are sold (served) there. Pitsépítse silá nga mga táo. They are ordinary, simple common people. (see girígirí, witíwití, timáwa, kagagmayán, karintukáy).


torakón

Hiligaynon

(B) Worm-eaten, maggoty, rotten. Torakón nga mángga. (Tamasókon (Masakitón) nga páhò). A maggoty mango. Báklon ko ráad diáng mga mángga mo, pay búl-on gid ánay ang mga kímay, hanóg kag torakón. (Báklon ko kúntà iníng mga páhò mo, ápang kuháon gid ánay ang mga magágmay, lanóg kag tamasókon). I should like to buy these mangoes of yours, but all those that are very small, bruised or worm-eaten (rotten) must be removed first. (see tinamások, hanóg, lanóg-bruised; lanóng, tanóng-rotten-ripe).