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gamít

Hiligaynon

Frequented, resorted to, etc. (see damít, daní).



gamít

Hiligaynon

Tool, instrument, utensil, implement, tackle, gear, equipment, outfit, appliance, apparatus. (see galamitón, sángkap).


gámit

Hiligaynon

To employ, use, make use of, resort to, apply, avail oneself of, utilize. Gamíta lang ang ákon lagárì. Use my saw. Gamíti ang ídò sing látigo, agúd magpalágyo. Use the whip on the dog so that it may run away. Gamíta ang páyong, kay nagaulán. Use the umbrella, for it is raining. Gamítan mo siá sing bastón, kon magsutíl. Give him the stick, if he gets naughty. Gingámit níya ang ákon arádo sa íya nga umá. He used my plough for his field. Ipagámit mo sa ákon ang ímo karabáw sa pagarádo sa buás. Permit me to make use of your buffalo to-morrow for ploughing. Gingámit níya ang íya palangakóan sa pagmánggad. He availed himself of his official position to enrich himself. Gamíta ang tiémpo sing mabúot. Employ your time wisely.


damít

Hiligaynon

Frequented, much resorted to, haunt of many, visited by many; to frequent, haunt, resort to, visit often. Dílì gid damít sang táo iníng lugár. This place is but seldom visited by human beings. Nagadamít siá sa ámon baláy. He is a frequent visitor at our house. He often calls on us. (see daní, gamít).


dúgmal

Hiligaynon

To use often or frequently, wear out by constant use. Ginadúgmal níya lang ang malahálon nga mga panápton. He wears out his expensive clothes by constant use. He is always wearing his best clothes. Indì ka magdúgmal sang ímo sapátos nga bág-o. Don't wear your new boots often. (see gánoy, gámit, dagumák, saguláy).


galamitón

Hiligaynon

(H) Equipment, utensils, furniture, outfit, gear, implements, tackle, appliances, tools, apparatus. (see gámit, kasangkápan).


húgnit

Hiligaynon

To fall upon in a body, make common cause against. Indì nínyo siá paghugnitón. Don't fall upon him in a body. Ang mga gamít nga nabilín ni ánhing Fuláno ginhulúgnit sang íya kahinablúsan. All the furniture and clothes of the late N.N. were seized by her nieces and nephews. Ila ginhulúgnit sang sakít ang makáwat nga íla nadákpan. They (all together) maltreated the thief they caught. (see púli).


sarawót

Hiligaynon

(B) Usual, customary; to use or employ habitually. Imáw diá (Amó iní) ang báso nga ákon sarawót (ginasarawót). This is the glass I always use. I always use this glass. Sarawotá (isarawót) lang diá nga (iníng) kotsílyo. Always use this knife. (see sabúy, sayó, gámit).


úrut

Hiligaynon

(H) To finish, use up, get through, make an end of, eat up completely, spend everything, wear out completely. Naúrut na ang íya kwárta. All his money is gone, spent. Nagúrut siá sang gámit sang tanán níya nga kalalángan. He exhausted all his means. He used up all his resources. Ginúrut níya sang inúm ang ápdo sang kalisúd. He drained the gall of bitter grief. Indì mo pagurúton sang gásto (sa paggásto) ang búg-os mo nga binúlan. Don't spend the whole of your monthly salary. (see úbus, sáid, tîtî, tápus, ápus).


úrut

Hiligaynon

(H) To finish, use up, get through, make an end of, eat up completely, spend everything, wear out completely. Naúrut na ang íya kwárta. All his money is gone, spent. Nagúrut siá sang gámit sang tanán níya nga kalalángan. He exhausted all his means. He used up all his resources. Ginúrut níya sang inúm ang ápdo sang kalisúd. He drained the gall of bitter grief. Indì mo pagurúton sang gásto (sa paggásto) ang búg-os mo nga binúlan. Don't spend the whole of your monthly salary. (see úbus, sáid, tîtî, tápus, ápus).


ágwa

Hiligaynon

(Sp. agua) Water; perfume, scented water, scent. Ano nga ágwa ang ímo ginagámit? What sort of scent do you use? (see túbig-Water for drinking, cooking and washing is nearly always called "túbig" or "túbì", whilst the term "ágwa" is almost exclusively applied to perfumes). (see pahamút).


amolít

Hiligaynon

To harm, damage, injure, spite, do mischief to. Indì ka magamolít sa ákon-or-índì mo akó pagamolitán. Don't do me any harm. Don't harm me. Ginamolitán níla ang íya mga tanúm. They did damage to his plants out of spite. Sarìsárì ang mga pahítò nga íla gingámit sa pagamolít sang íya pangabúhì. They used various means to make his life miserable. Madámù nga mga pagbutángbútang ang íla ginamolít sa íya. They resorted to many calumnies in order to harm him. Inamolitán níla ang íya kalubihán. They spitefully damaged his coconut-plantation. (see dáut, tístis, panístis).


antà

Hiligaynon

To tame, train, break in, domesticate. Antaá ang karabáw nga simarón. Train or tame the wild buffalo. Gamíta iníng bolobód nga iántà mo sa iláhas. Make use of this poultry-food to tame the wild chicken. Sa mabúot nga pahítò maántà man ang león, Under wise management even a lion can be tamed. (see pahagúp, ánad, buyó, rumál).


balángtan

Hiligaynon

(H) Pasture, ground where animals, tied to a long tether, may graze. Iníng dútà walâ námon pagaúmha, kóndì ginagámit lang nga balángtan sang háyup. We are not tilling this piece of ground; we are using it as pasture only. (see bángot).


guríbhay

Hiligaynon

Dilapidated, frayed, the worse for wear, torn, old, shabby, stained and soiled, deteriorated or injured by wear; to be frayed, etc. Guríbhay na ang ákon delárgo. My trousers are old and worn out. Nagguríbhay ang íya puróy sa dáyon nga paggámit. His shorts are worn out by constant use. (see gurísnay, gúsbat, gubát, gunít).


ín-in

Hiligaynon

Diminution, lessening, deterioration, loss of quality or quantity. Sing masúnsun gingámit mo inâ nga báyò, ápang túbtub karón walâ gid sing ín-in; dáw bág-o gihápon. You have used that dress quite often, but till now it is not the worse for wear, it is still like new. Walâ gid sing ín-in ang kadalísay siníng lánggaw, bisán nasimbúgan na sing túbig. This vinegar has not lost its strength, though it has been mixed with water. Ang humáy dirâ sa tabungós daw walâ sing ín-in, gái nabuhínan ko sing duhá ka gántang. The rice in the tabungós-basket seems to have been left intact, though as a matter of fact I have taken two gantas from it. Also, but seldom, used as a verb: Indì magín-in iníng salsálon, bató nga bantíling, etc. This iron, solid stone, etc., will not wear out, will not rust, crumble, lose strength or the like. (see búhin, íban).


ín-in

Hiligaynon

Diminution, lessening, deterioration, loss of quality or quantity. Sing masúnsun gingámit mo inâ nga báyò, ápang túbtub karón walâ gid sing ín-in; dáw bág-o gihápon. You have used that dress quite often, but till now it is not the worse for wear, it is still like new. Walâ gid sing ín-in ang kadalísay siníng lánggaw, bisán nasimbúgan na sing túbig. This vinegar has not lost its strength, though it has been mixed with water. Ang humáy dirâ sa tabungós daw walâ sing ín-in, gái nabuhínan ko sing duhá ka gántang. The rice in the tabungós-basket seems to have been left intact, though as a matter of fact I have taken two gantas from it. Also, but seldom, used as a verb: Indì magín-in iníng salsálon, bató nga bantíling, etc. This iron, solid stone, etc., will not wear out, will not rust, crumble, lose strength or the like. (see búhin, íban).


linúmban

Hiligaynon

Mended, patched, having gaps filled up, etc. See lunúb. Indì mo paggamíton sa pándut ang linúmban. Don't wear patched clothes at the town-feast.


nga

Hiligaynon

A conjunctive particle used in various ways:

a.) to connect adjectives and nouns, nouns and nouns, etc., e.g. mabúg-at nga lúlan. A heavy load. Sa manábaw nga subâ. In the shallow river. Baláy nga bató. A stone building. Isá ka kúlon nga kán-on. A kettle full of rice. Mga ságing nga tinanók. Boiled bananas. Ang mga nagahuníhúni nga sirúmsirúm. The chirping crickets. Isá ka lubí nga binukâ. A split coconut.

b.) to connect ideas or sentences, equivalent to: that, in order that, if. Nakadumdúm akó nga--. I thought that--. Ang labíng maáyo nga magkádto ka dídto sa súbung siní. It would be best, if you went there at once. Indì mo pagkalímtan nga buás masúgud kitá magarádo. Don't forget that tomorrow we begin ploughing.

c.) as relative pronoun. Ang táo nga naglubás kaína amó ang ákon tíyò. The man who passed a while ago is my uncle. Amó iní ang bátà nga mahúmok gid sing úlo. This is the boy who has a very bright under-standing. Diín na ang tigíb nga gingámit ko kahápon? Where is the chisel I used yesterday?

d.) as an introduction to an exclamation. Nga pagkalisúd sang pangabúhì karón! Oh, how difficult living conditions are! Nga pagkabungúl siníng bátà! Oh, the stubbornness (obstinacy) of this boy! How stubborn this boy is!


sâsâ

Hiligaynon

To beat or crush so as to loosen up the fibres (of leave-stalks or the like). Sàsaá ang pakláng sang burí. Beat the leaf-stalk of the burí-palm into fibre. Sàsaí akó sang tángkap siníng pángdan, kay gamíton ko nga pínsil. Hammer the end of this screw-pine to separate the fibres, for I am going to use it as a brush. (see tâtâ).


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