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kátad

Hiligaynon

To stretch on a frame or rod, as yarn previous to weaving; to stretch on the rack, figuratively or literally. Katáda (-ára) ang bunáng. Stretch the yarn. Ginkátad níla siá. They put him on the rack. They punished him severely.



karatíl

Hiligaynon

To punish severely, chastise. Ginkaratíl níya ang íya bátà, kay nagsinutíl. She punished her child severely, because it was very naughty. (see baká-báka, tarítári, kátad).


katád-katád

Hiligaynon

See kalakatád, karakatád.


kalakatád

Hiligaynon

To throw about one's arms and legs in gaiety and merriment, to jump, frolic and play like children, to be full of mirth and hilarity. Ang mga bátà nagakalakatád. The boys are frolicking. (see karakatád, tiríktirík).


karakatád

Hiligaynon

(B) See kalakatád.


katadán

Hiligaynon

A frame to stretch yarn on, etc. Walâ ko makátad ang bunáng, kay walâ akó sing katadán. I cannot get the yarn ready for weaving, because I have no stretching frame.


katádlung

Hiligaynon

Straightness, directness, rightness. (see tádlung).


katadlungán

Hiligaynon

See katádlung. Also: Straight-forwardness, honesty, rectitude, uprightness; honest and upright dealing.


tirík-tirík

Hiligaynon

Merry-making; to make merry, to frolic, gambol, play. (see hinúgyaw, kalakatád).