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gíhit

Hiligaynon

To move, remove, budge, change the place of, shift to another position, transfer, shift, push or pull along the ground without lifting or carrying the object. Gihíta ang síya. Shift the chair. Bulígi akó sa paggíhit siníng mabúg-at nga tulungtúngan. Help me to move this heavy table to another position. Kon magsílhig kamó sang hulút, gihíti sang lamésa iníng lugár. When you sweep the room, shift the table to this place. Igíhit akó ánay siníng mga síya, kay may bisíta nga maabút. Kindly arrange this chairs in another position, because visitors are coming. Gihíti akó siníng síya. Move this chair for me. (i.e. move it towards me or away from me according to circumstances). (see pasáylo).



gihít

Hiligaynon

See gíhit.


gihít-gíhit

Hiligaynon

Freq. of gíhit. To move repeatedly, shift. Indì nínyo paggihítgihíton ang mga bángkò sa buluthóan. Don't be always moving the school-benches about.


gihít-gihít

Hiligaynon

Dim. of gíhit, gihít. To move a little, shift slightly. Gihít-gihitá ang lamésa. Move the table just a little. Walâ níla magihít-gihít ang bató, kay támà kabúg-at. They could not budge the stone, because it was too heavy.


hákwat

Hiligaynon

To raise, lift, heave, hoist, take up from the ground. Hakwatá iníng bató. Lift this stone. Hakwatí ang dálan sináng mga bató. Take those stones off the road. Indì siá makahákwat sináng bató, kay lakás kabúg-at. He cannot lift that stone, it is too heavy. Ipahákwat lang ináng bató nga mabahúl sa ímo nga mánong, kay ikáw índì makasaráng. Let your elder brother lift that stone, for you cannot do it. (see púlut, gíhit, ínkà, álsa, ógkat-to take up a corpse).


ínghit

Hiligaynon

To move, shift, shove, dislodge, shake loose, change the posture or position of. Inghitá ang halígi kon makaínghit ka sinâ. Move the post, if you are able (to move it). (see gíhit, gihít, íngkà, ínkà).


ínghit

Hiligaynon

To move, shift, shove, dislodge, shake loose, change the posture or position of. Inghitá ang halígi kon makaínghit ka sinâ. Move the post, if you are able (to move it). (see gíhit, gihít, íngkà, ínkà).


pagíhit

Hiligaynon

Caus. of gíhit-to move, etc. Ginpagíhit níya akó sang síya. He ordered me to move the chair. Pagihíti akó sang lamésa dirí. Get somebody to shift the table here for my convenience.


tíkwang

Hiligaynon

Push, thrust, jerk; to push, shove, jerk, jostle, press, move, thrust away with some force. Itíkwang ang síya dídto. Push the chair over there. (see tíklod, tulúd, gíhit, síkway, túlak, síkdol).


tión

Hiligaynon

To move, shift, loosen, dislodge. Matión (maínghit, maíngkà) mo balá iníng bató? Can you move this stone? Indì siá saráng matión (maínkà) sa íya pungkóan. He cannot be made to budge from his seat. (see tióng, gíhit, ínkà, ínghit, húlag).


múg-ot

Hiligaynon

To exert oneself, do something with force or violence. Nagmúg-ot siá sa paghákwat siníng bató. He put forth all his strength in lifting this stone. It was all he could do to lift this stone. Nagamúg-ot siá sa kaákig. He is violently angry. Ginmug-otán níya ang aparadór sa paggíhit. He made a great effort to shift the cupboard. Indì mo pagmug-otán ang ímo anák sang ákig. Don't be furiously angry with your son. (see paningúhà, panikasúg, himúd-os).


tímbang

Hiligaynon

Balance, equilibrium, poise, counterpoise, counter-balance, equivalent; partner, help, assistant, mate; to balance, be a partner, to help, assist, lend a hand. Itímbang iníng mga páhò sa kamóti. Balance the sweet potatoes with these mangoes. Timbangá ang ímo lúlan. Balance your load. Timbangí siá sa paggíhit sang lamésa. Lend him a hand at moving the table. May tímbang ikáw? Have you a partner or mate? Magtímbang sa atubángan sang baláy may duhá ka akásya. In front of the house there are (were) two acacia-trees (one on each side). Ang ákon ginbakál nga damáso tímbang (sang) písos. The silk thread I have bought is equal in weight (not cost) to a silver peso. (see tuáng, búlig).