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kúskus

Hiligaynon

To pull-, tear-, drag-, down or off; to twang, touch, brush, strike (the chords of a musical instrument, or the like). Kuskusá ang gitára. Strike the guitar. Maálam galî siá magkúskus sang sísta. He even knows how to play the sistrum or guitar. Kuskusí ang bunáng. Rub (brush) the yarn.



kúskus

Hiligaynon

To comb-, curry-, groom-, a horse or the like.


kolóskos

Hiligaynon

A primitive brush made of half a coconut-husk with the shell removed and used especially for brushing yarn previous to weaving. (kúskus). Also: to rub rather violently, brush.


kúskus-balónos

Hiligaynon

Tearing (pulling) off balónos-vines, i.e. a hard and useless work. Much ado about nothing. Balónos nga walâ sing kúskus. Easy work (job). Without much ado.


tokár

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tocar) To play-, perform on-a musical instrument; to strike (of a clock); to throb, beat (of the pulse, etc.). Maálam siá magtokár sang biolín, piáno, klarinéte, etc. He knows how to play the violin, piano, clarinette, etc. Nagatokár pa ang íya púlso? Is his pulse still beating? Ang relóh nagtokár na sang ikáp-at ka táknà. The clock has struck four (the fourth hour). (see kúskus, bágting, pamídyà, kubákubá).