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garót

Hiligaynon

Near together, dense, thick, packed, crowded; voluble of speech. Garót nga pagtánum. Close-set rice-planting. Iníng kalubihán garót kaáyo. This coconut plantation is too thickly set. Garót ang íya nga hámbal. He talks very quickly or volubly. (see íkit, sorótsot).



arót

Hiligaynon

(B) Voluble, glib, swift of speech; close, near together; to speak swiftly, volubly, glibly, flippantly, rapidly, to pour out words, talk fast. Arót nga táo. A rapid talker. Arót ang íya hámbal. He talks fast. Nagarót siá sang ininglís. He talked English very fluently. Nagaarót siá sang bisán kon anó ang íya nga ginasúgid. He talks very quickly no matter what he is saying. Ginarót níya ang paghámbal. He (purposely) spoke very fast. N.B. For the verb, inarót is more in use than the simple arót. Nagainarót silá. They are talking very quickly. Ginainarót níla ang íla suguilánon. They are holding an animated conversation. (see garót).


damilí

Hiligaynon

Quick, fast, indistinct (of speech); to speak fast and indistinctly, babble, gabble, jabber. Damilí ang íya nga hámbal or damilí siá sing hámbal. His speech is fast and indistinct. Nagadamilí siá kon maghámbal. He speaks indistinctly. Walâ akó makasáyod sang íya nga gindamilí. I could not understand his babble, jabbler. (see garót).


íkit

Hiligaynon

Condition of being dense, compact; close or near together, crowded; to be close or near together, dense, compact, with little space between. Nagaíkit ang humáy sa ákon umá. The rice on my field is growing thick. Indì nínyo pagikíton ang pagtanúm sing lubí. Do not plant the coconuts too close together. Naikítan akó sináng mga lubí. It seems to me that those coconuts are crowded. Magídas kamó sing íkit, dílì sing lakâ. Stand in a row close together, not far apart. (see garót, gutúk).


íkit

Hiligaynon

Condition of being dense, compact; close or near together, crowded; to be close or near together, dense, compact, with little space between. Nagaíkit ang humáy sa ákon umá. The rice on my field is growing thick. Indì nínyo pagikíton ang pagtanúm sing lubí. Do not plant the coconuts too close together. Naikítan akó sináng mga lubí. It seems to me that those coconuts are crowded. Magídas kamó sing íkit, dílì sing lakâ. Stand in a row close together, not far apart. (see garót, gutúk).


kagarót

Hiligaynon

Closeness, juxtaposition, state of being in near proximity or only a little apart, volubility, prolixity (of speech), (garót). Also: noise, row, tumult, disturbance. (see kagamó, kagarók).


magarót

Hiligaynon

Noisy, boisterous; voluble of speech, gabbling, talking very quickly and consequently not distinctly, pouring forth a flood of words; dense, thick, crowded, near together. (see garót).


sarótsot

Hiligaynon

Voluble, quick of speech, having a fluent or flippant tongue; dense, near together (of plants, etc.); to talk flippantly, be voluble of speech, etc. (see garót).


sorótsot

Hiligaynon

(B) Swift, quick, voluble, rapid, glib, very fluent (of speech); near together, dense, close (of trees, plants, etc.); to talk volubly, etc.; to be close together, etc. Indì akó makasáyod kang (sang) ginhámbal mo, hay (kay) masorótsot (masákò, magarót). I cannot understand what you are saying, for you speak so quickly, too swiftly. Indì kaw (ikáw) maghámbal kanákon ti masorótsot (sa ákon sing masáko, sing magarót). Don't talk to me so volubly, so swiftly. Indì mo pagsorotsotón (pagsakóon, paggarotón) ang ímo hámbal. Don't speak too quickly. (see garót, íkit).


tará-tará

Hiligaynon

Very voluble, quick (of speech); to speak extremely quick, be very voluble, etc. (see garót, sorótsot).


garóti

Hiligaynon

(Sp. garrote) Garrote; strangulation, throttling; a fit or swoon; to strangle, throttle; cause a fit or swoon. (see kugâ, lipóng).


garotílyo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. garotillo) Quincy, croup, inflammation of the tonsils, windpipe and other organs of the throat.


pangárot

Hiligaynon

See pangálot.


sungarót

Hiligaynon

Tousled, rumpled, dishevelled, disordered, entangled; to be in disorder, etc. Sungarót ang íya bohók. Her hair is all in disorder (in a tangle). (see búkag, págpag, burungáyngay, gomón, surukisók).


sunggarót

Hiligaynon

To frown, sulk, pout, get angry, be offended, look cross. (see súnggud, súngon, ariwaróng, laróng, bulingót).


lakâ

Hiligaynon

Spaced wide asunder, with plenty of space between, thin; to be or become wide apart. Ang maís naglakâ, kay madámù ang napatáy. The corn grew sparsely, for much of it died. Lakaón ukón garotón námon ang pagpánggas sang kadiós? Shall we plant the cadios-peas wide apart or near together?


maíkit

Hiligaynon

Close together, close set, thickset, dense, serried, crowded, narrow-spaced, with but little interval or interstice between. (see íkit, magarót).


súnggud

Hiligaynon

(H) To frown, sulk, pout, be angry, etc. See sunggarót, súngon, sulingót, buringót, ariwaróng, kísdong).


súngon

Hiligaynon

(B) To sulk, pout, be sullen, to frown, be offended. Nagsúngon kanákon. Ginsungónan na (níya) akó. He frowned at me. (see súnggud, sunggarót, etc.).