Search result(s) - kálot

kálot

Hiligaynon

To scratch softly (to ease an itchy feeling). Indì mo pagkalóton ang arikís mo, kay básì magadúgang. Don't scratch your rash, for it may become worse. Nagdágsang ang íya katúl, kay kinálot níya. His skin-disease "katúl" began to fester, for he scratched it. Ikálot akó ánay sang ákon likód, kay indi akó makadáb-ot. Please scratch my back for I cannot reach it.



dapólas

Hiligaynon

To apply a-salve,-ointment,-plaster, etc. to rub, stroke, scratch. Dapolása ang hubág, ang bútkon, etc. Put a plaster on the boil, the arm, etc. Dapolási siá sa likód. Put a plaster on his back. Idapólas iníng bulúng sa íya pilás. Use this medicine to treat his wound. (see háplas, hapúlas, hámpul, támbal, dáplas, apóhap, kálot).


hapóhap

Hiligaynon

To stroke, fondle, let the hand glide softly over (the skin or the like). Hapohápa siá. Stroke him. Hapohápi siá sa bútkon. Stroke him on the arm. Maálam siá maghapóhap sa mga táo. He knows how to please the people. (see apóhap, kálot, dálò).


kalalót

Hiligaynon

(H) Nail, claw or anything else used for scratching, scraping, digging out earth, etc. (kálot; see karalót id.).


kalalóton

Hiligaynon

Things to be scratched or dug out, as roots, tubers, etc. (kálot; see talangkónon).


kalalotón

Hiligaynon

What is to be scratched, rubbed or soothed, as an itch; trial, hardship, difficulty; hard to bear or suffer. (see kálot, kalalóton).


kalúbkub

Hiligaynon

To scratch in the meaning of "kálot" but with this difference that "kalúbkub" indicates a swifter motion to and fro of the hands and fingers. Kalubkubá ang ímo katúl. Scratch your itch. Kalubkubí siá. Scratch him. Ikalúbkub akó sa ákon likód. Kindly scratch me on the back. (karúbkub, id.).


karótkarót

Hiligaynon

To rub, stroke, scratch. (see kálot).


kilíkot

Hiligaynon

(H) To scratch gently (the edge of a wound, of an itching eruption or the like). Indì mo pagkilikóton ang ímo katúl. Don't scratch your "katúl". Ginakilíkot nía ang íya pilás. He is scratching the edge of his wound. (see kálot, kolíkot, kilíkog).


kóbkob

Hiligaynon

To scratch lightly with the finger-tips not using the nails. Kobkobá ang likód ko, kay makatúl. Scratch my back, for it itches. (see kálot, karós).


pangálot

Hiligaynon

Freq. of kálot-to scratch lightly, to relieve an itch by rubbing or scratching.


pangalót-kálot

Hiligaynon

Dim. of pangálot. Nagapangalótkálot siá sang íya ólo. He is scratching his head.


payó-páyo

Hiligaynon

To stroke gently, touch lightly; to massage; to settle amicably (a dispute, quarrel, or the like). Napayópayóhan na ang íla gamó. Their differences have been amicably settled. (see kapánkápan, hapúlas, apóhap, kálot).


tiráy-tíray

Hiligaynon

To be kind to, deal gently with, to stroke, touch gently or softly, particularly applied to stroking an animal in order to accustom it to the touch of man and make it tame. Tiráytiráyi ang báboy, kabáyo, karabáw, etc. Stroke the pig, horse, buffalo, etc. gently (softly). (see apóhap, kálot, paayónáyon, dálò).


ládgad

Hiligaynon

To inflame, chafe, gall, irritate, heat, loosen the skin by scratching, pinching, rubbing, etc. Naládgad ang íya pánit, kay kinálot níya. His skin was inflamed, because he scratched it. Ladgadá (-ará) ang pánit. Heat the skin (by rubbing, or the like). Indì mo pagkalóton sing lakás ang katúl mo, kay kon maládgad ang pánit mo, magalápad ang katúl. Don't scratch your "katúl" (kind of eczema) too much, for if the skin becomes inflamed, the "katúl" will spread. (see dús-il, pák-it, taís).


lápad

Hiligaynon

To be, become or make wide, broad, ample, extended. Naglápad na ang íya palangúmhan. His farm has become extensive. Lapáda (-ára) ang lamésa. Make the table wide or wider. Ilápad iníng tápì sa látok. Add this board to the width of the table. Púngkò ka sa nalapáran sang tápì. Sit down on the broad part of the plank. Magalápad ang katúl mo kon ímo kalóton sing támà. Your skin-disease called katúl will spread, if you scratch it too much. Ginalapádan akó siníng umá. This field seems large to me.