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kalós-os

Hiligaynon

To glide, slide, slither, slip down, as down a pole, rope and the like. Nagkalós-os siá sa lapgósan. He slid down the maypole. (see alóg-og, dalús-us).



dalús-us

Hiligaynon

To glide-, slide-, skid-, down, etc. See alóg-og id. Nagdalús-us lang siá sa kawáyan. He simply slid down the bamboo. Gindalus-usán níya ang halígi. He slid down the post. (see kalós-os).


kalós

Hiligaynon

To scratch (with the nails, claws, etc.). Kalosá siá. Scratch him. Ginsúmbag ko siá, kay kinalós níya akó. I struck him, because he had scratched me. (see karós id.).


kalós, kalús

Hiligaynon

See salók, kándus-to scoop up (out), draw water, etc.


karós

Hiligaynon

To scratch, claw. Indì mo siá pagkarosón. Don't scratch him. Ang kinarosán sang kuríng sa bátà nagdugô. The scratch made by the cat on the baby was bleeding. Ang mga kuríng nagakarosánay. The cats are fighting (are clawing or scratching at each other). (see kalós).


karóskos

Hiligaynon

To scratch (one's head or the like). Ginkaróskos níya ang íya úlo sa kaákig, sa kabúlung, etc. He scratched his head in anger, in astonishment, etc. Dílì mo pagkaroskosón ang úlo mo. Don't scratch your head. (see kalós, karós).


káy-us

Hiligaynon

To glide, slither, slide down a tree, pole, rope, steep incline, etc. Nagkáy-us siá sa pángpang. He slid down the bank. (see alóg-og, dáhog, dalóhog, dalús-us, kalós-os).


pangalós

Hiligaynon

Freq. of kalós-to scratch. Ang kuríng nagapangalós. The cat (is scratching) scratches. (see pangarós, which is more commonly used).