Search result(s) - gikás

gíkas

Hiligaynon

To cut lengthwise, diminish the width or breadth of, to narrow, separate a part from. Ang pagbúhin sang kalaparón sang hénero, papél, tápì, etc. ginatawág nga paggíkas. To lessen the width of cloth, paper, planks, etc. is called "paggíkas". Gikási ang papél sing duhá ka pulgáda. Cut two inches off the width of the paper. Ginikásan ko iníng papél, kay támà kalápad sa ákon makinílya. I cut this paper for it was too wide for my typewriter. Sa mahábul nga sinsél índì ka makagíkas sing maáyo sang sin. With a blunt cold chisel you cannot cut the galvanized iron well. Gikása iníng báhin sang papél. Tear off this part of the paper.



gikás

Hiligaynon

Part, bit, parcel, portion, section, fraction, division, piece taken off a whole, plot of ground divided off from a field. Isá ka gikás nga dútà. A plot of ground. Isá ka gikás nga hénero. A piece of cloth (cut from a larger piece). (see báhin).


gikasón

Hiligaynon

A part that is to be separated or taken from a whole; coupon, section of a ticket. (see gikás).


gíwà

Hiligaynon

To separate or cut off part of something, take off a piece. Giwáa lang ang isá ka punâ sang ímo dútà kag ibalígyà mo, kon walâ ka sing kwárta. Stake off a piece of your land and sell it, if you have no money. (see gíkas).


giwâ

Hiligaynon

A piece, bit, portion, part, parcel, share, division. (see gíwà, gikás, gikasón, báhin, gulút, búgsò, kusî, punâ).


guliláy

Hiligaynon

Part, piece, share, portion, division, cut, cutlet, strip. (see giráy, gikás, báhin, búgsò, gulút, kusáhos).


lúhak

Hiligaynon

To tear, break out a piece, make á hole in (a garment, etc.). Linúhak (ginúhak) nga panápton, tulún-an, sinulát, etc. A torn-off piece of a garment, an excerpt of a book, an extract of a letter, etc. (see gúhak, gíkas, etc.).


luhák

Hiligaynon

Torn, broken off or away from; a fragment, a broken piece or part of something that has been torn. (see guhák, gikás, etc.).


See gíkas, gikás, gikasón-cut lengthwise, etc.