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kawít

Hiligaynon

Hook; a receptacle for palm-wine made of bamboo and having a hook attached to it for carrying over the shoulder. (see káwit).



káwit

Hiligaynon

To hook, pluck or gather with pole and hook, pull or shake down with a hook. Kawíta ang dúldul. Shake (pull) down the (ripe) pods of the kapok-tree with pole and hook. (see síngit, dágas, dúgus, paníngit, pangáwit).


dawatán

Hiligaynon

A receptacle, especially the bamboo receptacle used in the collection of toddy from the coconut palms. Ang sulúd sang salúd ginawaní sang mananggéte sa íya nga dawatán. The palm-wine collector empties the contents of the vessel attached to the fruit-stalk of the coconut palm into his collecting-receptacle. (see kawít, pasók).


dúgus

Hiligaynon

(H) To gather fruit with hook and pole, etc. See dágas. Dugúsa ang dúldul. Pluck with pole and hook the capsules of the kapok-tree. Dugúsi akó sing páhò. Pluck some mangoes for me. (see síngit, káwit).


hawít

Hiligaynon

To hook, catch or fasten with a hook, hang on to, depend from. (see kawít, káwit, ángot, sáng-at).


kalawít

Hiligaynon

(H) Anything used as a hook, as a stick or pole with a hook attached to it and the like. (kawít; see síngit, singít).


káw-it

Hiligaynon

To hook in, insert a hook, take hold of by means of a hook. Kawití ang sangá sang káhoy kag uyúgon mo. Get a hook on the tree-branch and shake it. Ginkaw-itán níla ang lángkà kag ginbútong túbtub nga nadágdag. They hooked the jack fruit and pulled till it fell down. (see káwit).


kawít-káwit

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of káwit; Dim. of kawít.


pangáwit

Hiligaynon

(H) Freq. of káwit-to gather with pole and hook, etc.


pangáwit

Hiligaynon

(B) Freq. of káwit. To hook, seize with a hook, crook, pole and hook; to catch, tear, lacerate, rend, said of thorns, briars and the like catching in one's clothes in passing, etc. (see paníngit).


pasók

Hiligaynon

A bamboo receptacle or tube of one joint; the bottom being closed by a knot; a piece of bamboo of the length that intervenes between two knots (joints). The "pasók" attached to the fruit stalk of a coconut palm for collecting the toddy is called a "salúd"). (see tatalúbtub, bayóng, kawít).


singít

Hiligaynon

Hook, hook and pole. Butangán sing singít ang bagát. Singití ang bagát. Fasten a hook on the pole. (see kawít).


síngit

Hiligaynon

To take in, or gather, with hook and pole. Singíta ang mga páhò. Pluck the mangoes with hook and pole. (see dágas, dúgus, káwit).


talúbtub

Hiligaynon

A piece of bamboo of two joints' length used for carrying water, as a receptacle for a pig's swill, etc. (tarúbtub id.; see pasók, bayóng, kawít).