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gútuk

Hiligaynon

A seedling, sapling, a plant to be transplanted. Gútuk sang tabákò, repólyo, talóng, kamátis, etc. Tobacco-, cabbage-, egg-plant-, tomato-seedlings, etc.



gutúk

Hiligaynon

Tight, compressed, etc. Naggutúk ang mga táo sa sulúd sang simbáhan;-or-nagutukán ang simbáhan sang mga táo. The people in church were closely packed together,-or-the church was crammed with people. Bisán dakû ang simbáhan gutúk pa gihápon kon ádlaw nga piésta. Although the church is large, yet it is not large enough on the day of the town-feast. (see gutô).


apíit

Hiligaynon

Near-, close-, together, tight, crammed. (see ipít, ipíit, gutúk, gutô).


apritádo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. apretado) Tight, close; close-fisted, close, stingy, niggardly, miserly; difficult, hard to bear, miserable. (see gutúk, mapíot, lapígot, malisúd).


aták-aták

Hiligaynon

Spaced, spread out, not joined, not united, not together, not close to each other; to be or become separate or segregated from one another, etc. Sádto maíkit ang mga baláy siníng báryo, karón nagaták-aták na. Formerly the houses in this village were close together, now they are widely spaced. Ginaták-aták níla ang mga baláy. They spread the houses out singly with considerable distances between them. Aták-aták gid lámang dirí ang mga páhò, dílì gid pinúnsok. Mango-trees here are to be met with only one here and there, not in groups. Maáyo gid ang pagpaaták-aták sang mga baláy nga kawáyan kag nípà, kay kon gutúk sa minurô kag may kaláyo maúmid silá nga tanán. Houses made of bamboo and thatched with nípà should be spaced far from one another, for if they are close together within a village and a fire breaks out they will all be involved (in the calamity). (see atád-atád, putá-putá, malakâ, isáísa).


batóy-batóy

Hiligaynon

(B) To take or pick up things one by one, to do the same thing over and over again in succession, repeat the same action many times. Batóybatoyá lang ang pagpúlut sináng mga bató. Pick up those stones one by one. Ibatóybatóy ang pagtanúm siníng mga gútuk. Plant these seedlings one by one. Batóybatoyá (Batóybatoyí) sa pagkúhà iníng mga kawáyan. Take these bamboos away one by one.


busángsang

Hiligaynon

To be crammed, stuffed, tight, choke-full, chock-full; Also adjective: crammed, etc. Nagabusángsang ang sulúd sang bólsa mo. Your pockets are stuffed with things. Indì mo pagpabusangsangón ang bólsa mo, kay básì mabíkrat. Don't cram the pocket, for it may burst. Nabusangsangán ang sáko sang kamúnsil. The bag is crammed-, bursting with-, choke-full of-, chock-full of-, the fruit of the camunsel-tree. (see báknal, bát-al, gutúk).


dókdok

Hiligaynon

To press-, force-, wedge-, slip-, plug-, sandwich-, in between, to introduce, thrust in, elbow one's way in. Idókdok iníng líbro sa mga líbro sa estánte. Wedge this book in among the books in the book-case. Dokdokí sing búlak sang búlak ang ímo gwáb. Plug some cotton into your hollow tooth. Sang ámon pándut madámù gid nga mga táo ang nagtalámbong nga daw índì ka makadókdok sa simbáhan. At our feast-day very many people attended, so that it looked as if you could not elbow your way into the church or that you could scarcely get into the church. Gutúk na iníng trak, índì ka na kadókdok. This truck is full; you cannot squeeze in any more. (see sóksok, dútdut, lótlot).


gábut

Hiligaynon

To pull-, weed-, root-, pluck-, grub-, up, draw out, extract, eradicate. Gabúta ang mga gámhon. Pull up the weeds. Igábut akó ánay siníng hilamón. Please pluck up this grass for me. Lungálungáa ánay iníng lánsang nga maáwot kag ugáling gabúton mo. Shake this firm nail first to and fro and then draw it out. Nagabútan ang nakawáan sang mga eskwéla sang tanán nga baríri. The school-children weeded out from the Public square all bariri-grass. Gabúti akó sing gútuk sang kamátis, talóng, etc. Pull up by the roots for me some tomato-, egglant-seedlings, etc. (see lúkat, húlbot).


gamót

Hiligaynon

Root; to take root, become rooted, put forth roots. Naggamót na ang gútuk sang tabákò. The tobacco-seedling has taken root. Ipagamót mo sa tagiposó-on níya ang maáyo nga batásan. Make good habits take root in his heart.


gín-ot

Hiligaynon

Sultriness, closeness, stuffiness (of heat and air); to be or become close, sultry, etc. Naggín-ot karón ang ádlaw. The day has turned sultry. Nagin-otán kamí dídto sa punsyón, kay gutúk. We were in a close atmosphere there at the social gathering, because it was too crowded. Kon mamiésta ka sa bánwa pagagin-otán gid ikáw, kay madámù nga mga táo ang magatámbong sa mísa. If you assist at the Feast in the town you will certainly feel the close heat, as many people will go to hear Mass. Sa búlan sa Máyo magagín-ot gid ang tiémpo. In the month of May it certainly will be very hot. (see bóhot).


gutô

Hiligaynon

(B) Tight, compressed, packed, crammed, rammed, jammed, close together, crowded; to be tight, etc. (see gutúk).


halúg

Hiligaynon

Loose, not tight, moving freely; to loosen, get loose. Ang pakô sang íya kamiséta halúg. His shirt-sleeve is loose. Ang síngsing mo halúg sa ákon túdlò. Your ring is too big for my finger. Naghalúg ang háwak sang íya sárwal, kay nagníwang siá. The waist of his trousers became too wide for him, because he had got lean. Pahalugá gáwa ang paláy sa búhò. Make the bolt fit a little more loosely into the hole. Ipahalúg ko sa sapatéro iníng mga sapátos, kay gutúk sa ákon tiíl. I'll get the shoemaker to widen these boots, for they are too tight for my feet. (see tugák, hugák).


halúg-halúg

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of halúg. Pahalúghalugón mo iníng síngsing kay gutúk sa íya nga túdlò. Enlarge this ring a little, for it is too tight for her finger.


hán-aw

Hiligaynon

To root up and plant somewhere else, transplant, remove and set in a different place, transfer to another soil. Han-awá ang gútuk sang kamátis. Transplant the tomato-seedlings. Ihán-aw ang mga gútuk sang repólyo. Root up and transfer to another soil the cabbage-seedlings. (see húnul-to transplant seedlings together with the seedling-pot).


hanús

Hiligaynon

(B) Thin, slender, tenuous; to be or make thin, tenuous, slender, to whittle down, pare down. Naghanús ang kawáyan sa pagágus. The bamboo became slender through trimming. Bal-agí ang salsálon túbtub nga maghanús. File the iron till it becomes thin. Hanusá iníng bastón. Make this stick slender. Pahanusí akó sing liníyas nga kawáyan. Get for me some thin pieces of split bamboo. Ipahanús ko sa ímo iníng paláy, kay gutúk sa búhò. I'll get you to pare down this wooden peg, for it is too thick to fit the hole. (see gamáy).


hápdus

Hiligaynon

To chafe, fret, hurt, make or be sore (of hands, eyes, etc.). Naghápdus ang ákon tiíl sa lakás nga paglakát. My feet are sore on account of so much walking. Nahapdusán ang ákon tiíl, kay gutúk ang sapátos ko. My feet have become sore, because my boots are tight. Ang pagbayó nagpahápdus sang íya kamót. Pounding rice chafed his hands. Pinahápdus sang púling ang ákon matá. The mote made my eye sore. (see hápdì).


hayát-hayát

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of hayát. Somewhat supple, flexible, extendible, etc. Hayathayatí akó siníng mga sapátos, kay gutúk sa ákon. Stretch these boots a little for me for they are too tight for me.


hónhon

Hiligaynon

To make compact, join well, near or close together, unite closely. Honhoná ang sókdap sa pagrára. Weave the bamboo strips closely together. Nagahónhon ang mga táo sa bánkò. The people on the bench are tightly squeezed together. Anó ang lúyag mo: Buháton námon ang salúg nga hónhon ukón lakâ?-A, lúyag ko ang ísa ka salúg nga hónhon. What do you prefer: Shall we join the flooring closely or leave rather wide open seams?-Well, I like a closely joined floor. Dugángi ang mga bánkò, índì mo pagpahonhonón ang mga bátà sa siníng tátlò ka bánkò. Increase the number of benches, don't crush the children together on these three benches. (see ímpon, dápat, gutúk, doót, símput, dókdok).


idóg-idóg

Hiligaynon

(H) Dim. and Freq. of idóg. Idógidóg ka, kay gutúk. Stand back a little, for there is no room.


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