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kalás-ay

Hiligaynon

Tastelessness, mawkishness, insipidness, vapidity. (lás-ay).



disgústo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. disgusto) Disgust, repugnance, dislike, aversion, displeasure; to disgust, offend, dislike, displease, annoy, vex, bother, fret, irritate, tire, try the patience of, have a grudge against. Nagadisgústo akó sa íya. I am disgusted at him. Ginpadisgústo níya akó. He annoyed me, caused me displeasure. Indì mo siá paghatágan sing disgústo. Don't cause him annoyance or displeasure. Walâ akó mangákig kag walâ man akó magbátyag sing disgústo sa íya tungúd sang íya nga ginhímò. What he did neither made me angry nor did it cause me annoyance. (see lás-ay, kalás-ay).


kálas

Hiligaynon

To rustle (as dry leaves in the wind). Nagakálas ang lukáy. The dry coconut-leaves are rustling. Ang mga dáhon nga kigás ginapakálas sang hángin. The dry leaves are being rustled by the wind-or-are rustling in the wind.


kalás

Hiligaynon

A harrow. (see pakalás, pakarás-to harrow).


kalas-ayán

Hiligaynon

See kalás-ay. Also: Things that are insipid or cause nausea or aversion.


kálay

Hiligaynon

To jingle, chink, tingle, tinkle (of coins, iron chains, etc.). Nagakálay ang kwárta sa íya bólsa. The money is jingling in his pocket. Indì mo pagpakaláyon ang pílak mo. Don't jingle your money. (see kálas, lágting).


pakalás

Hiligaynon

To harrow, draw a harrow over. (see kalás, pakarás).