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atiótis

Hiligaynon

(Probably from the Spanish achiote, achote) Arnotto, annatto, a spice-tree and its fruit giving a peculiar taste and reddish colour to soup or to a sauce; bixa orellana. (see estiwítis, tiwítis id.).



dápiot

Hiligaynon

To hold fast to, cling to, hang on to, grasp (as children the skirt of their mother or the like). Ang bátà nagadápiot sa patádyong sang íya ilóy-or-ginadapiotán sang bátà ang patádyong sang íya ilóy. The child is holding fast to its mother's skirt. (see kápyot, kapút, úyat).


diót

Hiligaynon

(H) Small, little, etc. See diótay. (see tikî, gamáy).


diót-dakû

Hiligaynon

Unreasonable, unconscionable, without proportion, for any trivial or paltry reason. Diót-dakû mangákig siá. He is apt to get wild-for any trivial matter,-without any apparent reason.


diótay

Hiligaynon

(H) A little, trifle, morsel, snack; small, little, tiny, wee, scant, meagre, bit, petty, diminutive, few; to diminish, decrease, lessen, be or become small, etc. Nagdiótay iníng bánwa. This town has become small. Diotáya ang pagbutáng sing kalámay sa kapé. Put only a little sugar into the coffee. Diótay man lang ang mga táo nga nagtalámbong. There were only a few people in attendance. Diótay nga butáng. A small, trifling or unimportant matter. Diótay nga táo. A small or uninfluential man. Diótay na lang --. Almost, nearly, close upon, well nigh, all but --. Nadiotáyan gid lang siá (sa paghulúg) nga mahúlug sa busáy. He nearly fell into the abyss. Gindiótay níla ang baláy. They made the house smaller. Ginpakadiótay níla inâ. They made light of it. They considered it a trivial matter. (see dítik, diót, dítay, díting, gamáy, tikî, isót).


diótay

Hiligaynon

Half a centavo. Tátlo ka diótay. One centavo and a half.


diótdiót

Hiligaynon

Dim. of diót, diótay. Slight, rather little, somewhat small, etc.


diotíng

Hiligaynon

Small, little, tiny. (see diót, diótay, ikî, tikî, isót, etc.).


kadiótay

Hiligaynon

(H) Smallness, littleness. (see diótay).


kadiotayón

Hiligaynon

(H) See kadiótay.


kapíot

Hiligaynon

Pressure, strait, strictness, condition of being squeezed into a tight corner. (see píot).


kapiotán

Hiligaynon

See kapíot, kapipít-an.


mapíot, mapí-ot

Hiligaynon

Strict, close, narrow, contracted, straitened, dense, crowded, packed, pressed together, hard-pressed; hard, difficult, severe. (see píot).


masíot

Hiligaynon

(H) Dense, etc. See masiók.


pánglot-diótay

Hiligaynon

November. (see nobiémbre).


píot

Hiligaynon

To be or become tight, straitened, difficult; to oppress, treat harshly. Nagpíot karón ang íya pangabúhì. His life is at present a trying one. He is in a tight fix. He is leading a hard life now. Napít-an kamí sang ámon pangabúhì sa karón nga túig. This year we are living in straitened circumstances. Ginapíot silá sang íla pangolohán. Their government treats them harshly (oppresses them). (see lapígot, pígus).


pugí-ot, pugíot

Hiligaynon

Troubled, etc. See purogí-ot.


síot

Hiligaynon

(H) See siók. Sa tingúlan magasíot iníng alágyan, kay madámù nga mga gámhon ang magatúbò. In the rainy season this thoroughfare will become dense with vegetation, for many weeds, shrubs, etc. will spring up. Nagsíot na iníng lugár. This place has now become jungle-like.


agád-ágad

Hiligaynon

Freq. of ágad. Also: To wait for, expect. Indì ka magdúgay dirâ, kay agád-agádon ko ikáw sing diótay nga oras lámang. Don't tarry there long, for I will wait for you only a short while. (see angán-angán, hulát).


agúd-agúd

Hiligaynon

Dim of águd. Diótay lang ang agúd-agúd siníng táo. This man is not of much use.


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