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garás

Hiligaynon

Rough, unpolished, provincial, uncultivated, uneven, rude, rustic, not smooth; to be or become rough, etc. Garás nga hénero, papél, lamésa, hámbal, etc. Rough cloth, paper, a rough table, rude or coarse speech, etc. (see magarás).



kagarás

Hiligaynon

Roughness, asperity; rudeness (of speech). (see garás).


magarás

Hiligaynon

Rough, harsh, uneven, bumpy, rutty, bad, not smooth. Magarás nga dálan. A rough (bad) road. Magarás nga hámbal. A rough (coarse, harsh) speech or saying. (see garás).


rigarás

Hiligaynon

Rough, coarse, not smooth or even. Rigarás nga balás, lamésa, etc. Coarse sand, a rough table, etc. (see garás).


pangarás

Hiligaynon

To scratch as a cat, chicken, etc. (see pangalós, pangarós, karós).


pangaráskas

Hiligaynon

Freq. of karáskas-to tear, pull off, etc. Also: to exert oneself very much, strive with might and main. Nagapangaráskas silá sa pagsákà sa maáyo sing sóhol nga palangakóan. They are making great efforts to attain (rise to) a well-paid position. (see káskas, panikasúg, pamarúg-ot, etc.).


tarambáyaw

Hiligaynon

(B) To work together, cooperate, unite, make common efforts, join in. Nagtarambáyaw sánda sa pagámot kang galastóhon (garastóhon). (Nagbuligáy silá sa pagámot sang galastóhon). They all helped in contributing the money required. (see buligáy, tinabangáy, híl-o, dágyaw, hiúsa, hiúgyon).