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kataká

Hiligaynon

Nausea, surfeit, loathing, queasiness, qualm, quality that excites a loathing or aversion. (see taká).



antipatíya

Hiligaynon

(Sp. antipatia) Antipathy, repugnance, aversion. (see kalásay, kataká, kasíb-ot, agutílò, gulut-ánon, aligótgot).


daraákan

Hiligaynon

(B) To prattle, prate, gab, gabble, rattle on, talk much, be loquacious, garrulous, so that nobody has a chance to put in a word. Nagadaraákan siá. He talks incessantly, is a great chatterbox. Gindaraakánan níya akó túbtub sa kataká or túbtub nga naták-an akó. He rattled on till I got sick of it. (see búrà).


k

Hiligaynon

This letter has the same sound as the English "c" in "cat, come, cut, fact, etc.", but is pronounced a little softer than "ck" in "lack, pack, struck, etc.".

Modern writers almost exclusively employ "k", where formerly "c" (before "a", "o", "u", all consonants and hyphens, and at the end of words) and "qu" (before "e" and "i") were used. Bearing this in mind it is easy to find in this dictionary expressions originally written according to the old spelling, as acó, caácò, catacá, cácac, bác-hò, bác-it, báquid, quíquic, etc., under akó, kaákò, kataká, kákak, bákhò, bák-it, bákid, kíkik, etc.

The prefixes pan-, hi-, ha-, etc., if composed with words beginning with the letter "k", become pang-, hing-, hang-, etc. and the "k" drops out, e.g. karós-pangarós; kaláyo-hingaláyo; kuyús-hanguyús, etc.


kasulómo

Hiligaynon

(H) Exciting nausea, loathing, aversion, turn, queasiness, qualm, repugnance, antipathy. (sumó, makasolómo, kataláka, kataká, kangílad).


kataláka

Hiligaynon

(H) See makataláka. Kataláka iníng kalán-on. This food is loathsome, sickening, nauseous. (see taká, kataká).


bakî-bákì

Hiligaynon

To divide into shares or portions, to portion out, (particularly said of meat or fish for sale); to ponder or weigh well, think it over. Bakìbakíon mo ang ímo buót agúd índì ka matám-an sang kalisúd. Ponder or consider everything well that you may not be overwhelmed with difficulties. Bakîbakía ang kárne, ísdà, etc. Divide the meat, fish, etc. into portions (of about equal size), (see báhin, huláy, párti, timbángtímbang, sibôsibò, bìnágbínag, katákáta).


batá-báta

Hiligaynon

To apportion, divide, distribute, hand out, give out, dole out. Batábatáha ang kán-on. Dole out the rice (equally to all), (see katákáta).


bíhang, biháng

Hiligaynon

To discover, to open-, tear-, rend-, clothing so as to expose the skin. Amligí ang pamúngkò mo, kay básì mabihangán ikáw. Be careful in sitting down, lest you expose yourself. Figuratively: Katákatáhon mo sing maáyo ang mga kalán-on kag ilímnon nga natigána sa mga bisíta, kay básì makulángan kag bihangán kitá. Portion out well the food and drinks prepared for the visitors, for otherwise we may run short and be put to shame. (see búklang, gísì, búhang).


inót-ínot

Hiligaynon

(H) Dim. and Freq. of ínot. Inótinóti sing mantékà ang pagpríto sang manók. Use only a little lard in frying the chicken. (see katákáta, kiníkíni).


inót-ínot

Hiligaynon

(H) Dim. and Freq. of ínot. Inótinóti sing mantékà ang pagpríto sang manók. Use only a little lard in frying the chicken. (see katákáta, kiníkíni).


katá-káta

Hiligaynon

To manage-, distribute-, portion out-, well, apportion, assign; to spend little, be economical, live frugally, be thrifty. Katákatáha ang humáy, agúd índì kitá makulángan, kay dílì gid maáyo ang áton pinatubás sa karón nga túig. Portion out well the rice or we may run short, because this year's harvest was far from good.


lapútak

Hiligaynon

To splash, spatter, bespatter, to pour forth volleys of words, prate, prattle, chatter. Nagalapútak siá sang hámbal. He pours out volleys of words, is a great chatterbox. (see lapútyak, búrà, dúkal, hágak, wákal, katâkátà, etc.).


táka

Hiligaynon

To become hard, compact, closely packed, to coalesce, stick together, especially said of rice left too long in the kettle without stirring. Natáka (Nagkatáka) ang tiníg-ang, kay walâ pagkalikára (-áda). The rice stuck together in the kettle, because it was not stirred. (see bilóg, dokót).


taká

Hiligaynon

Nausea, loathing, surfeit, disgust, aversion, repugnance; to loathe, feel an aversion to, be disgusted with, etc. Nagakataká akó siníng kárne. Naták-an akó siníng kárne. I have taken an aversion to this meat. I dislike-, feel a loathing for-, am disgusted with-, this kind of meat. Indì ka magkataká (magtaká) sang ákon mga sógò. Don't be offended at my orders. Don't take exception to my orders. Ginaták-an siá sang amó nga pangabúdlay. He feels a repugnance to such kind of work. (see sumó, súm-od).