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kúlì

Hiligaynon

(H) To be slow, do slowly, weakly, with difficulty. Nagkúlì siá maglakát, kay matámbok siá. He was slow in walking, for he is so fat. Kon pakiáw ginadásig níla ang trabáho, ápang ginakúlì kon sa inádlaw. They are quick at work when paid a lump sum, but slow when they are paid daily wages. (see kúrì).



apínas

Hiligaynon

(Sp. apenas) Trying, difficult; scarce; to be trying, etc. Apínas ang pangabúhì karón. Life at present is trying. Apínas ang kwárta. Money is scarce. Naapinásan akó gid sang kwárta sa karón nga túig. This year I am in great difficulties for lack of money. (see lapígot, íwat, kúlì, lisúd, hínà).


kakúlì

Hiligaynon

(H) Slowness, arduousness, hardness, laboriousness, irksomeness, toilsomeness, condition of something that is achieved only step by step with hard work or great patience, (kúlì; see kahínay, kabúdlay, kakánat).


kúrì

Hiligaynon

(B) To be slow, difficult, laborious, hard, ticklish, requiring patience and hard work, etc. See kúlì.


kuyúg

Hiligaynon

Shaky, unsteady; to be or become shaky, unsteady, weak, slow, feeble. Nagakuyúg siá sa paglakát, kay malúya pa siá tungúd sang balatían nga íya nga ginágyan. He walks slowly for he is still weak from the illness he has passed through. (see kúlì, lúyò, lúya, húyang).


lúyò

Hiligaynon

To be slow, walk or trudge along slowly, be slow in movement. Nalúyò (nagkalúyò) ang karabáw. The buffalo fell into a slow step. Naluyóan akó sa íya. He seems to me to be very slow. He is too slow for me. Amó ang nagpalúyò sa íya mga tikáng. That made him slow down his pace. (see búndul, hínay, pákok, kúlì).


makúlì

Hiligaynon

(H) Slow, difficult, tedious, irksome, tiresome, tiring, fatiguing, requiring much work and great patience. (see kúlì).


makulî-kúlì

Hiligaynon

Dim. of makúlì. Somewhat slow, etc.


súnit

Hiligaynon

To be tiresome, troublesome, require great patience or application, be difficult to perform (of a delicate or tedious task, etc.). (see síhit, kúlì).


kakulián

Hiligaynon

(H) See kakúlì. Also: Difficulties, hardships, things requiring hard work or great patience.


kakulión

Hiligaynon

(H) Laboriousness, etc. See kakúlì.


kuliápis

Hiligaynon

Young, tender, thin, in the first stage of development, applied particularly to the camunsel-fruit, peas and beans.


kuliápò

Hiligaynon

(B) See kuliápis. (see kupús).


kuligót

Hiligaynon

See kulihót.


kulihót

Hiligaynon

Late, tardy, too late, behind time, not in time, after or beyond the usual (proper) time, coming after the expected time; to be late, etc. (see kuligót, atrasádo, hudiánan).


kulínat

Hiligaynon

To pinch, squeeze, twist (the ears, etc.; see gulínat, gurípat, guránit, kulípat).


kulípat

Hiligaynon

To squeeze, pinch, twist, nudge, poke; to strike, beat, thrash. Kinulípat ang bána sang íya asáwa. The husband was pinched by (got a beating from) his wife. (see gulínat, gurípat, kosípad, guránit).


kulirô

Hiligaynon

Worn out, old, useless, without value, fake, sham, bogus, counterfeit, false (of money). Kulirô nga kwárta. False money, money that is not accepted as legal tender, being counterfeit or too much worn. Kulirô nga balóta. A false ticket or vote.


kulít

Hiligaynon

A kind of bird. (see kurít).


kúlit

Hiligaynon

(H) See kúdlit. Walâ siá magpadalá sa ákon bisán sing isá ka kúlit. He did not send me as much as one line.


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