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hútal

Hiligaynon

To be or get loose, shaky, wobbly. Naghútal ang diróskas, ngípon, etc. The screw, tooth, etc. got loose. See kútal.



hutál

Hiligaynon

Loose, not firmly set, shaky, wobbly. (see kutál).


hutál-hútal

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of hútal.


kutál

Hiligaynon

Loose, shaky, wobbly, not firmly set or secured. (see hutál).


kútal

Hiligaynon

To get loose, shake, lack firmness, wobble. Nagakútal ang ákon ngípon-or-kutál ang ákon ngípon. My tooth is loose. (see hútal).


táltal

Hiligaynon

To loosen, drive out, become or make loose (as a nail by hammering it from behind). Natáltal (Nagkatáltal) ang íya ngípon. His tooth fell out. He lost a tooth. Gintáltal níla ang bángkay ni Hesukrísto sa krus. They took the body of Jesus Christ from the cross, hammering out the nails from behind. (see hútal, hutál).


tángsò

Hiligaynon

Looseness, shakiness, condition of not being firmly secured or attached; to become loose or looser, to loosen, to be detached or separated from, as the iron point of a lance from the shaft, a knife or bolo from the handle, etc. Iníng binángon nagatángsò, kay walâ sing kalólot. This bolo is working loose from its handle, for it is not firmly glued in. Kaayóhon mo iníng súndang, agúd índì na magtángsò sa kaláptan. Repair this knife so that it may not become loose again from its haft (hilt). (see hútal, kútal, hosô).


kutál-kútal

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of kútal. (see hutálhútal).