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káwat

Hiligaynon

(H) Stealth, secrecy, wiliness, slyness, craftiness; to steal, rob, commit theft, take, pilfer, filch, pinch, nab, prig, appropriate unlawfully. Sa káwat. Secretly. On the sly. Stealthily, craftily, cunningly. Sín-o balá ang nagkáwat sang ákon taknáan? Who has stolen my watch? Indì ka magkáwat (mangáwat). Don't steal. Kinawátan si Fuláno sing duhá ka mángmang. N.N. had two pesos stolen from him. Indì mo pagbáklon ang mga butáng nga nahibál-an mo nga kináwat. Don't buy things you know are stolen. (see tákaw, káwtì, tíkas).



hatúd-kawát

Hiligaynon

Radiogram, message transmitted by radio. (A modern term; see hatúd, káwat).


káwtì

Hiligaynon

Dim. of káwat. To pilfer, sneak, steal a little, be a thief in a small way, to commit a petty theft.


kinawatáy

Hiligaynon

Stealing, robbing, burglary; to steal, rob (of many). (see káwat).


kiô

Hiligaynon

To abstract, purloin, filch, pinch, pilfer, steal, (see tíkas, takáb, tákaw, káwat, káwtì, kúhà).


kiyô

Hiligaynon

To steal, pilfer, rob. See kiô. (see káwat, tíkas).


lág-it

Hiligaynon

Sneak, cheat, trickster, impostor, swindler; to cheat, trick, do, swindle, sneak, steal, defraud, deceive. Lág-it nga táo. A sneak or swindler. Ginlág-it níya akó. He tricked me, cheated me. Indì mo siá paglag-itán sang íya kwárta, índì mo paglag-itón ang íya kwárta. Don't do (swindle) him out of his money, don't sneak his money. (see hásò, agóng, tíkas, káwat, etc.).


límbong

Hiligaynon

Fraud, imposture, cheating, swindle; to cheat, defraud, impose upon, bilk, diddle, do, take in, swindle, commit a fraud, appropriate fraudulently. Indì ka maglímbong kag índì ka magpalímbong. Don't cheat and don't allow yourself to be cheated. Linimbongán akó níya sing tátlo ka písos. He defrauded me of three pesos. Sa limá ka mángmang ilímbong mo sa íya ang tátlo. Of the five pesos keep back three yourself (and give him only two-or-defraud him of three pesos out of five). (see dáyà, agóng, lág-it, palítog, káwtì, káwat, tíkas, tákaw, likúm, lílong, tágò).


makáwat

Hiligaynon

(H) Thief, sneak, cheat, embezzler, pilferer, pick-pocket, robber, burglar. (see káwat, matákaw, makáwtì, maniníkas, swítik, sagumár).


pakáwat

Hiligaynon

Caus. of káwat. Bantayí siá kag dílì mo siá pagpakawáton sináng mga páhò. Watch him well and don't let him steal those mangoes.


pangáwat

Hiligaynon

(H) Freq. of káwat-to steal, etc. (see panákaw, tákaw, paníkas).


paníkas

Hiligaynon

Freq. of tíkas-to steal, pilfer, thieve, sneak, purloin, filch, appropriate secretly. (see tákaw, takáb, káwat).


pinangawatáy

Hiligaynon

(H) Stealing, cheating (of many). (see káwat).


radyográma

Hiligaynon

(Sp. radiograma) Radiogram, a message transmitted by radio. (see hatúd-kawát).


takáb

Hiligaynon

(B) To pilfer, steal, purloin, take secretly or stealthily. Anó ang tinakáb na? (Náno ang íya kináwat)? What did he steal? Gintakáb na ang mga sáb-a ko. Tinakabán na akó kang sáb-a ko. (Kináwat níya ang ákon mga ságing. Kinawátan akó níya sang ákon mga ságing). He stole my bananas. (see tákaw, káwat).


tákaw

Hiligaynon

(B) To steal, pilfer, abscond, purloin, take and carry away feloniously. Tinákaw na ang kálò ko. (Kináwat níya ang ákon kálò). He stole my hat. Indì mo pagtakáwon (pagkawáton) ang mga tanúm na (níya). Don't steal his plants. Natakáwan nánda ang páray nga diá. (Nakawátan níla iníng humáy). They stole some of this rice. Tinakáwan nánda ang páray nga diá. (Kinawátan níla iníng humáy). This sentence may be translated like the foregoing, but it may also mean: This rice of theirs is stolen property (is not the result of their labour nor the product of their land). (see takáb, káwat).


tíkas

Hiligaynon

To steal, pilfer, pinch, filch, purloin, take secretly, appropriate stealthily. Indì ka magtíkas sinâ. Indì mo pagtikáson inâ. Don't steal (pinch) it. Tiníkas níya ang íya páyong. He stole (took secretly) his umbrella. (see takáb, káwat, tákaw, kúhà, buúl).


tíkmà

Hiligaynon

To take secretly or unawares, to pilfer, steal, seize; to attack, come upon, assail, get hold of (said of diseases); to visit secretly, appear unannounced, come unexpectedly (for an investigation, etc.). Gintíkmà siá sang hilánat. He caught a cold. Tiníkma níya ang mga alagád sa amó nga sululátan. He paid a surprise visit to the employees of that office. (see tíkas, káwat, dúnggò, abút, sínuk).


kawatán

Hiligaynon

A thief, robber, stealer, burglar, gangster. (see makáwat).


kawátan

Hiligaynon

Correspondent, lover, paramour (particularly said of one who has illicit relations with a married woman). (see kalólot, kahagúgma, banábána).


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