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kitíkot

Hiligaynon

See kilíkog, kilíkot-to clean a hole, a wound, etc. by means of a feather, a small stick or the like.



kitíkot

Hiligaynon

To grumble, croak, clamour, mutter, growl, murmur, complain in the hope of getting redress. Ginkitíkot níya ang ákon báhin, kay, konó, labán ang ákon báhin. He complained about my share, for, he said, my share was larger than his. (see yámo).


kitikót

Hiligaynon

The very small chili with an exceedingly hot taste. Dinálhan níya akó sing katúmbal nga kitikót. He brought me very small and hot chilis.


koríkot

Hiligaynon

To stir, twitch, bore with the finger, etc. Indì mo pagkorikóton ang búhò sang ulúnan, agúd índì magdakû kag maggwâ ang búrak. Don't bore your finger into the hole in the pillow, lest it should enlarge and the cotton come out. (see kotíkot, kitíkot, kolíkog, etc.).


kotíkot

Hiligaynon

To clean a hole, aperture, etc. by means of a small stick or the like. (see kolíkog, kitíkot).