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kagís

Hiligaynon

To scrape with an edged instrument. Kagisí ang kawáyan, káhoy, lamésa, etc. Scrape the bamboo, wood, table, etc. (see kagús, águs, kískis).



kágus, kagús

Hiligaynon

To clean, scrape, scratch with an edged instrument. Kagusá ang lamésa. Scrape the table, (the whole table). Kagusí ang lamésa. Scrape the table, (in places where scraping is needed). Ikágus iníng kotsílyo sa bánkò. Use this knife to scrape the bench with. Kinagusán mo na ang síya? Have you cleaned the chair by scraping it? Have you scraped the chair clean? (see kagís, kískis, águs).


gísì

Hiligaynon

To tear, slit, split, rend, break asunder, make a hole in. Gisía láng iníng sulát. Tear up this letter. Sín-o ang naggísì siníng papél? Who tore this paper? Nagisían ang púsud sang íya nga báyò. The corner of his jacket was torn. Ang mga bátà batíd gid maggísì sang panápton. Boys have a genius for tearing clothes. Iníng hénero matíngting; índì magísì (magkagísì) sa madalî. This kind of cloth is strong; it will not tear soon. (see gíhay).


gisî

Hiligaynon

Torn, rent, slit, split, ragged, full of holes; rent, fissure, split, slit, tear, rift, hole (in garments, etc.). Gisî (nagísì, nagkagísì) ang báyo mo. Your jacket-is torn,-has a hole in it. (see gísì).