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kamátis

Hiligaynon

Tomato.



arikotóy

Hiligaynon

Under-developed, stunted, injured in growth; to be or become stunted, etc.; not well made or done. Arikotóy nga táo. A man of very low stature, below the normal size. Arikotóy nga trabáho. Clumsy work, a bungling performance. Nagarikotóy ang talóng, kamátis, kamóti, tabákò, etc., kay lakás ang ínit kag kúlang ang ulán. The egg-plants, tomatoes, sweet potatoes, tobacco-plants, etc., were injured in growth by too great heat and lack of rain. (see arí-arí, agíl-agíl).


gábut

Hiligaynon

To pull-, weed-, root-, pluck-, grub-, up, draw out, extract, eradicate. Gabúta ang mga gámhon. Pull up the weeds. Igábut akó ánay siníng hilamón. Please pluck up this grass for me. Lungálungáa ánay iníng lánsang nga maáwot kag ugáling gabúton mo. Shake this firm nail first to and fro and then draw it out. Nagabútan ang nakawáan sang mga eskwéla sang tanán nga baríri. The school-children weeded out from the Public square all bariri-grass. Gabúti akó sing gútuk sang kamátis, talóng, etc. Pull up by the roots for me some tomato-, egglant-seedlings, etc. (see lúkat, húlbot).


gútuk

Hiligaynon

A seedling, sapling, a plant to be transplanted. Gútuk sang tabákò, repólyo, talóng, kamátis, etc. Tobacco-, cabbage-, egg-plant-, tomato-seedlings, etc.


hábok

Hiligaynon

To loosen, inflate, blow up, swell up, distend, become soft and bulky. Nagahábok ang íya hubág. His boil is swelling. Pahabóka ang dútà maglíbut sa kamátis-or-pahabóki sing dútà ang kamátis. Loosen the earth around the tomatoes. Ginpahábok níya ang balokán sang báboy. He blew up (inflated) the pig's bladder.


hán-aw

Hiligaynon

To root up and plant somewhere else, transplant, remove and set in a different place, transfer to another soil. Han-awá ang gútuk sang kamátis. Transplant the tomato-seedlings. Ihán-aw ang mga gútuk sang repólyo. Root up and transfer to another soil the cabbage-seedlings. (see húnul-to transplant seedlings together with the seedling-pot).


hánggup

Hiligaynon

To soak in water, to steep, mix with water (and salt), put in soak. Hanggupá ang kamátis. Put the tomatoes in water. Hanggupí akó sing kán-on. Mix me some cooked rice with water. Malúyag ka magkáon sing hinánggup nga rábanos? Do yon like to eat radishes steeped in water? (see húlum, húrum, lúgum, lúnud, lakót).


hínlaw

Hiligaynon

(B) To feel unsettled in a new place, feel the effects of having been transferred or transplanted to new soil. Nahínlaw akó. I do not feel at home yet-or-I am not yet accustomed to the place. Indì ka magkádto sa malayô, kay básì mahínlaw ka. Don't go far away, for you may have difficulty in becoming accustomed to new surroundings-or-you may feel home-sick. Indì mo paghalínon dídto ang mga kamátis, kay básì mahínlaw. Don't remove the tomato plants from there, for they may not take kindly to another soil. (see hídlaw, pamág-o, mág-o).


pangamátis

Hiligaynon

To gather tomatoes; to become as red as a ripe tomato, to blush. (see kamátis).


pusâ

Hiligaynon

To crush, break by pressure. Pús-a (pusaá) ang ítlog, kamátis, kalámay nga bilóg, etc. Crush the egg, the tomato, the piece of sugar, etc. Ginpusâ níla ang kawáyan. They crushed the bamboo. Manók nga napús-an (sang íya nga ítlog). A useless, unprofitable hen. A good for nothing or useless fellow. (Lit.; A hen with a crushed egg in its ovary).