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káka

Hiligaynon

To collect, gather, scrape or rake together with the hand, as things lying on a table, earth from a hole, etc. Kakáha ang dútà. Scrape the earth together. Kakáhi ang tabungós sing humáy. Take some rice from the tabungos-basket (with your hands). Ikáka akó ánay siníng maís. Gather, please, these maize-seeds (maize-cobs) with your hand. Diín akó makakáka sing pílak? Where can I scrape together some money? (see típon, tingúb).



kâkâ

Hiligaynon

Full, stuffed, crammed, brimful, chockfull, chokefull, bulging; to be or become full, etc. Abáw, balíkda ináng bátà nga nagakâkâ ang íya bólsa sang kamúnsil. My! look back at that boy whose pockets are stuffed with camunsel-fruit. Kâkâ ang íya púyo. His purse is full. (see bát-al, punô, báknal).


hábwà

Hiligaynon

To seize-, grasp-, take-, grab-, much of, be eager to get, scramble or make for, make a run at, struggle to obtain, rush upon. Ginhábwà lang níla ang kárne sa ilihawán, ang humáy sa alányan, etc. They rushed upon the meat at the butcher's, upon the rice in the harvest-field, etc. Indì kamó maghábwà sang tinápay-or-índì nínyo paghabwaón ang tinápay. Don't make such a scramble for the bread. Diín siá nakahábwà sing pílak kay manggaránon siá karón? Where did he pick up the money, for he is rich now? (see káka, kúhà, ágaw, típon, karipón).


kábi

Hiligaynon

(Sp. caber) To win and take the stake, be entitled to get, grasp. Kabíha lang ang tanán. Just take all. Ginkábi níya ang isá ka tungâ sang patád. He won and took half the stake. Kabíhi siá sing duhá ka dakû sang patád. Two centavos from the stake go to him. Ikábi akó ánay sing tátlo ka sentimós. Hand over to me three centavos from the stake. (see kúhà, buúl, káka, bútong).


pakâkâ

Hiligaynon

To cram, stuff full, fill. (see kâkâ).


pangáka

Hiligaynon

Freq. of káka-to gather, scrape together.


pangâkâ

Hiligaynon

Freq. of kâkâ-to be full to the bursting point.


ságib

Hiligaynon

To gather, collect, bring together, corner, take or buy all that is for sale. Buút siá magságib sang tanán nga mga talóng, maís, ítlog, manók, etc. He wants to get hold of all the eggplants, corn, eggs, chickens, etc. Sagíba lang ang tanán. Just take everything, gather or buy up everything. Sa pagtábon sang íya nga kinahánglan íya ginságib ang tanán níya nga kinitáan. To cover his needs he got together all he had earned, and spent it. (see típon, káka, hág-on, píndak).


supút

Hiligaynon

To gather, collect in small amounts, bring together from various sources, get (scrape) together little by little. Masupút (Magasupút) pa akó ánay sing kwárta. I shall first get some money together. Súpta (Suputá) ang ímo kinitáan. Let your earnings accumulate. Súpti akó sing madámù nga mga páhò. Gather (and keep) for me many mangoes. (see típon, káka).


takín

Hiligaynon

(B) To scrape together, collect, gather, heap, mass, bring together; to separate, scrape or scoop away from a common heap, or the like. Takiná ang barás kag hákpon. (Tipóna (paína) ang balás kag hakúpon mo). Heap the sand together (with your hand) and scoop it up. (see típon, káka, páin).


balikákà

Hiligaynon

To spread the legs apart, straddle, stand astride. (see balakáng).


bikákà

Hiligaynon

See bíkà.


bukáka

Hiligaynon

The eggs of crabs. Those of the alimángo crab are much esteemed as food.


bukáka

Hiligaynon

The ripe, burst-open pods of the camunsel tree; to become ripe, burst open (of the camunsel-fruit). Nagabukáka na ang kamúnsil. The camunsel-fruit is bursting open. Waláy ángay ang kasádya, ang kamúnsil kon mamúnga, ang mga soltéro kag dalága nagaalágaw sang bukáka. There is no pleasure equal to the time when the kamunsel-fruit ripens; when young lads and maidens fight for the burst-open fruit.


halungkakâ

Hiligaynon

Loose, etc. See halúg, halugâ, halugakâ. Also: Half-hearted, careless, insincere, not with right good will. Halungkakâ gid lang ang pagágda níya sa ákon. He invited me only as a matter of form (for mere appearance' sake, with no real heartiness). Halungkakâ nga trabáho. Bungling performance, careless, botched, clumsy work. (see pasamústra, alakápa, halimpapáw, salimpapáw, pakuláhaw).


kakáak

Hiligaynon

Cackle, cackling; to cackle; to talk or shout much. (see kákak).


kakabalán

Hiligaynon

Toughness, insensibility to pain. (see kabalán).


kakádat

Hiligaynon

Pungency, sharpness, hotness, acidity, acridity, (kádat; see kaádat).


kakágud

Hiligaynon

Greediness, gluttony, voraciousness, voracity; desire for honour or excellence, ambition. (kágud).


kakáhang

Hiligaynon

Pungency, acerbity, sharpness, hotness, piquancy of taste. (káhang).


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