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gálgal

Hiligaynon

Use, advantage, usefulness, avail, etc. See gádgad.



gálgal

Hiligaynon

Trouble, molestation, exasperation consequent on some request, an adverse criticism or the like; to trouble, look for trouble. Indì ka mangítà sing gálgal. Don't look for trouble, don't do that, lest you should give offence or create difficulties for yourself. (see gádgad).


gádgad

Hiligaynon

Use, usefulness, utility, advantage, benefit, profit, purpose; trouble. Anó ang gádgad mo sa pagkádto dídto? What is the use of going over there? Makádto silá didto sa pagpangítà sing gádgad. They are going there to look for trouble. (see dálpot, águd, ásoy, pulús, gamú, kagarokán, gálgal).


gádgad

Hiligaynon

To bait, badger, nag at, make a butt or laughing-stock of, pillory, hold up to ridicule or contempt, criticize malevolently, expose one to the contempt of bystanders so as to make him angry or in order to pick an open quarrel with him. Gingádgad níya ang kakulángan ni Fuláno túbtub nga nangákig siá. He spoke of N.N.'s shortcomings till he got angry. Indì mo paggadgarón (-adón) ang salâ sang ímo isigkatáo. Don't always harp upon your neighbour's fault. Indì ka maggádgad sang kasaypánan ni Hosé kay awát man lámang, kay siá íya mapainubúson kag índì magbátok ukón magákig. Don't constantly bring up Jose's failings against him, because it is of no use, for he on his part is humble and will not make opposition or get angry about it. (see gálgal).