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kawatán

Hiligaynon

A thief, robber, stealer, burglar, gangster. (see makáwat).



kawátan

Hiligaynon

Correspondent, lover, paramour (particularly said of one who has illicit relations with a married woman). (see kalólot, kahagúgma, banábána).


kawtían

Hiligaynon

Thief, sneak-thief, petty thief, pilferer. (see makáwat, kawatán).


ladrón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. ladron) Thief, robber, gangster, brigand, spoiler, depredator, marauder, freebooter, bandit, footpad. (see makáwat, maniníkas, lág-it, agóng, kawatán, buyóng, tukî, tiópì, makáwtì).


matákaw

Hiligaynon

(B) Thief; stealing. See makáwat. (see tákaw, maniníkas, maniníkmà, kawtían, kawatán).


pangawátan

Hiligaynon

Adultery; to commit adultery, (see láyì, pangláyì, kawátan-lover, correspondent, adulterer).


tákaw

Hiligaynon

(B) To steal, pilfer, abscond, purloin, take and carry away feloniously. Tinákaw na ang kálò ko. (Kináwat níya ang ákon kálò). He stole my hat. Indì mo pagtakáwon (pagkawáton) ang mga tanúm na (níya). Don't steal his plants. Natakáwan nánda ang páray nga diá. (Nakawátan níla iníng humáy). They stole some of this rice. Tinakáwan nánda ang páray nga diá. (Kinawátan níla iníng humáy). This sentence may be translated like the foregoing, but it may also mean: This rice of theirs is stolen property (is not the result of their labour nor the product of their land). (see takáb, káwat).