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gúnting

Hiligaynon

Shears, a pair of scissors; to shear, clip, cut with a pair of scissors. Guntingá ang ákon bohók. Cut my hair with a pair of scissors. Guntingí ang ákon bohók. Trim my hair with a pair of scissors. Igúnting akó ánay sang búlbul siníng karnéro. Kindly clip the wool from this sheep. Kindly shear-, fleece-, this sheep. Guntingí si tótò. Cut the little boy's hair. Mapagúnting akó sa barbéro. I am going to the barber to have my hair cut, to have a hair-cut. Sa siníng mahábul nga gúnting índì ka makagúnting sing maáyo. With this blunt pair of scissors you cannot cut well. (see alót, bulúg).



gúnting

Hiligaynon

Shears, a hoisting apparatus consisting of two or more poles tied together at the top from which depends the tackle. (see salagúnting).


bulúg

Hiligaynon

(B) Short-haired, close-cropped: to cut the hair short, to crop the hair close. Bulugá ang bohók ko. Cut my hair short. Bulugí siá sang íya bohók. Cut his hair short. Mapabulúg akó. I am going to have my hair cut. Ibulúg iníng gúnting sa íya nga bohók. Use this pair of scissors to cut his hair short. Ibulúg akó ánay sang ákon bohók. Kindly give me a close crop. (see alót).


gólob

Hiligaynon

(H) To cut, trim, crop, clip, dock, lop, shear (hair, grass, a hedge or the like). Golóba sang gúnting ang bohók sang bátà, kay nagagáway sa íya ágtang. Trim with a pair of scissors the child's hair, for it hangs down over its forehead. Golóbi siá sang íya bohók. Clip his hair. Igólob sa kógon iníng gúnting, kay nagalabáw sa balisbísan sang atóp. Use this pair of shears to cut off the cogon-grass, because it sticks out beyond the eaves of the roof. Maálam ka maggólob sang íkog sang idô? Do you know how to dock a dog's tail? Pagolóbi ang kabáyo sang íya bungáybúngay. Have the horse's mane cropped.


gúlung

Hiligaynon

(B) To trim-, cut off a little of-, the hair. (see gúnting, bulúg, alót).


líab, lí-ab

Hiligaynon

A shirt-collar, the hole or opening for the neck in a garment; to make a shirt-collar. Nagalíab siá sang ákon báyò or ginaliában níya ang ákon báyò. She is making a collar for my jacket. Ilíab iníng gúnting. Use this pair of scissors to cut out the collar. Liábi ang íya nga báyò sing halúg. Make a loose collar for her dress. (see kolyár).


manuggúnting

Hiligaynon

Hair dresser, barber. (gúnting).


pagúnting

Hiligaynon

To have, let, or order, the hair to be cut; to have, let, or order anything to be cut by means of a pair of scissors. Paguntingá si Hosé sang ákon bohók. Order José to cut my hair. Let José cut my hair. Mapagúnting pa áko ánay. I will have my hair cut first. Ipagúnting ko sa ímo ang bohók siníng bátà. I want you to cut this boy's hair. Paguntingí sa íya iníng hénero. Let him cut off a piece of this cloth with the scissors. (pa, gúnting).


pasóop

Hiligaynon

To apply a cutting instrument near the ground or root, cut close or short. Pasoópa ang gúnting sa bohók. Snip the scissors close to the roots of the hair. Pasoópi ang paggúnting sang ákon bohók. Cut my hair close or short. Give me a close crop.


rikódo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. recodo) A turn, curve, bend; to curve, arch, bend, turn. Rekodóha ang ági sang gúnting. Cut a curve (in a curve) with your scissors. (see tikô, balitók, abóy, likô).


soóp

Hiligaynon

Close-shaven, close-cropped, closely shorn, cut down to the ground. Kasoóp sang íya mga kokó, sang gúnting sang íya bohók, etc. His nails are cut very short, his hair is closely shorn, etc. (see sóop).


tigúlgul

Hiligaynon

To cut off, clip, shear, fleece, crop. (see gúlgul, bulúg, gúnting, alót).


tihéras

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tijeras) Scissors, shears; folding field-bed, camp-cot, camp-bed; camp-bedstead, stretcher. (see gúnting, higdáan, tulabón, liálía, urimón).


salagúnting

Hiligaynon

Shears, poles tied together at the top from which depends the tackle for hoisting, trestle formed by two or more bamboos, etc. tied together at one end and opening out at the other somewhat like a pair of scissors; hence the name. Butangán mo sing salagúnting ang baláyan. Put a trestle under the girder. Salaguntingá kon sín-o ang makáwat. Find out by means of a pendulum swinging on a three-legged trestle, who was the thief. (A superstitious practice indulged in by the ignorant).


alót

Hiligaynon

(H) Very short-haired, shaved or with the hair cut extremely short; to cut the hair very short, to shave. Alotí akó sang ákon bohók. Cut my hair very short. Mangalót akó sang ákon búngot. I am going to shave off my beard. Mapaalót akó ánay sa manuggúnting. I am going to have my hair cut very short by the barber. Ipaalót mo ang ímo búngot sa barbéro. Get your beard shaved off by the barber. (see bulúg).


apás

Hiligaynon

To cut off near the root or close to the ground. Apasón mo ang paggúnting sang ákon bohôk. Cut my hair very short. Apasá ang pagtapás sang káhoy. Cut off the tree near the ground. Tuód nga inapasán. A stump cut close to the ground i.e. a short stump. (see sóop).


barbéro

Hiligaynon

(Sp. barbero) Barber, hair-cutter. (see manuggúnting).


sóop

Hiligaynon

To cut off near the ground or roots. Soópa ang paggúnting sang ákon bohók. Cut my hair short. Pasoópi ang bohók ko. Give me a close crop. Ginsóop níla ang pagtapás sang káhoy. They cut down the tree close to the ground. Pasoópi sang galáb ang bungálon. Keep the sickle near the ground in cutting zacate. (see sípsip).


úba

Hiligaynon

Unclothed, stripped, undressed, nude, naked, divested of; to strip, undress, take off clothes, divest of, uncloth, doff, bare, make bare, denude. Ubáha ang báyò mo. Take off your jacket or outer dress. Ubáhi siá sang íya báyò. Take off his coat or outer garment. Inubáhan (Ginubáhan) siá sang mga buyóng (sang íya mga panápton). The robbers stripped him. Ubáhi ang íya abága kag usisáon mo ang íya pilás. Bare his shoulder and examine his wound. Tungúd kay alángálang ang pagúba sang báyò sang pilasón gingúnting na lang sang manugbúlung. As it was difficult to divest the wounded man of his coat the doctor removed it by cutting with a pair of scissors. (see hubô, húblas).


úba

Hiligaynon

Unclothed, stripped, undressed, nude, naked, divested of; to strip, undress, take off clothes, divest of, uncloth, doff, bare, make bare, denude. Ubáha ang báyò mo. Take off your jacket or outer dress. Ubáhi siá sang íya báyò. Take off his coat or outer garment. Inubáhan (Ginubáhan) siá sang mga buyóng (sang íya mga panápton). The robbers stripped him. Ubáhi ang íya abága kag usisáon mo ang íya pilás. Bare his shoulder and examine his wound. Tungúd kay alángálang ang pagúba sang báyò sang pilasón gingúnting na lang sang manugbúlung. As it was difficult to divest the wounded man of his coat the doctor removed it by cutting with a pair of scissors. (see hubô, húblas).