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kotsílyo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. cochillo) Knife, table-knife. (see súndang).



báid

Hiligaynon

To sharpen, grind, hone, whet. Baíra (baída) ang kotsílyo. Sharpen the knife. Ibáid akó sang ákon binángon. Kindly whet my bolo for me. (see patalúm, balít, táhad, báhad).


bósbos

Hiligaynon

Operation, dissection, surgery; to dissect, cut open, operate upon, perform the caesarian operation. Bosbosá ang bátà sa kílid sang íya nga ilóy. Perform the caesarian operation. Bosbosí ang íya kílid. Cut him open at the side. Ibósbos iníng kotsílyo. Use this knife for the operation. Nabósbos na ang íya apéndise. His appendix has been cut out. Binósbos sang médiko ang íya apendisítis. He was operated upon by the surgeon for appendicitis.


gálab

Hiligaynon

(H) To cut with a sickle, reap. Galába ang hilamón. Cut the grass with a sickle. Dílì mo pagigálab ang kotsílyo sa hilamón. Don't use the knife as a sickle in cutting down the weeds. Galábi ang humáy, kay lakás katáas. Cut off the tops of the rice with a sickle, for it is too high. Galábi ang kabáyo sing sakáti. Reap some zacate-fodder for the horse. Igálab mo akó ánay siníng mga gámhon. Please cut down these weeds with the sickle. Ipagálab lang sa íya iníng hilamón nga ipakáon níya sa báka. Let him cut this grass with the sickle to feed his cow.


galanás

Hiligaynon

Knife, any sharp-edged tool used for cutting. (see garanás, urutúp, súndang, kotsílyo, ganás).


garanás

Hiligaynon

Knife, especially one used for cutting meshes, repairing nets, etc. (see urutúp, galanás, súndang, kotsílyo, lansítas).


golót

Hiligaynon

(H) A cutlet, rasher, fillet, piece, slice, part cut off; to slice, cut in pieces. Gótli akó sing tátlo ka golót nga kárne sang báka. Cut me off three slices of beef. Gótla ang lúbid. Cut the string. Igolót iníng kotsílyo sa báboy. Use this knife to carve the pork with. Panggótla ang báka. Cut up the beef into slices. (see gorót, gólgol).


gótgot

Hiligaynon

To notch, nick, mark, whittle, incise, grave, groove, flute, blaze (a tree), snick. Gotgotí ang lápis mo kag hígtan sing lúbid agúd índì madúlà. Cut a notch in your pencil and tie a string to it, so that it may not be lost. Igótgot iníng kotsílyo sa bastón mo. Whittle your stick with this knife. Igótgot akó ánay siníng pasók. Please mark this bamboo tuba-vessel for me. (see márka, tándà, bádlit, kúdlit, kúris).


gútab

Hiligaynon

(B) To cut off, sever, separate, divide, part (transitive). Gutába na sa hinabúl ang isá ka patádyong. Cut off from the woven cloth sufficient for one skirt. Gutábi akó sing isá ka delargohón. Cut off for me a piece sufficient for a pair of trousers. Igútab sa kalát iníng kotsílyo. Cut the rope with this knife. (see útud).


gútlò

Hiligaynon

To notch, nick, indent, mark, incise. Gutloí ang kawáyan, tápì, bastón, etc. Notch the bamboo, plank, stick, etc. Igútlò iníng kotsílyo sa lápis mo. Mark your pencil with this knife. (see gótgot).


íwà

Hiligaynon

Dagger; poniard, dirk, knife. (see dága, binángon, talibóng, sandúkò, ginúnting, kotsílyo, súndang, garanás, urutúp, lansétas).


íwà

Hiligaynon

Dagger; poniard, dirk, knife. (see dága, binángon, talibóng, sandúkò, ginúnting, kotsílyo, súndang, garanás, urutúp, lansétas).


kágus, kagús

Hiligaynon

To clean, scrape, scratch with an edged instrument. Kagusá ang lamésa. Scrape the table, (the whole table). Kagusí ang lamésa. Scrape the table, (in places where scraping is needed). Ikágus iníng kotsílyo sa bánkò. Use this knife to scrape the bench with. Kinagusán mo na ang síya? Have you cleaned the chair by scraping it? Have you scraped the chair clean? (see kagís, kískis, águs).


kískis

Hiligaynon

To scrape, rub with something sharp. Kiskisá sang kotsílyo ang hígkò sa látok. Scrape the dirt off the table with a knife. Kiskisí ang báboy sang íya búlbul. Scrape the pig clean of its bristles.


lágid

Hiligaynon

To sharpen, put an edge on, whet, hone, strop, grind. Lagída (-íra) ang kotsílyo. Sharpen the knife. Lagídi akó sang ákon nabáha. Hone the razor for me.


lahî

Hiligaynon

A knife, a sharp cutting instrument. (see urutúp, garanás, súndang, kotsílyo).


láplap

Hiligaynon

To cut in slices or pieces, carve (cutting slantingly or horizontally). Laplapá iníng búgsò, tinápay, ísdà, etc. Cut this piece, bread, fish, etc. in slices. Laplapí akó sing kárne. Carve some meat for me. Gingolót níya ang kárne, walâ níya paglaplapá. He cut the meat downwards, he did not carve it from right to left. Iláplap sa kárne iníng kotsílyo. Cut the meat with this knife.


sápla

Hiligaynon

To graze, slice off the surface, shave off, make a superficial wound with a cutting instrument or the like. Ginsápla níya ang kalabása sang kótsilyo. He pared off the rind of the squash with the knife. Nasápla sang binángon ang ákon bútkon. My arm received a surface wound from the bolo. Saplahá sang sadól ang mga matáas kag tampokán ang mga libaóng, agúd magsaláma ang dútà. Hoe (dig) something off the hillocks and fill in the hollows of the ground, that the land may become level. (see hapáw, báklis, gádras).


sarawót

Hiligaynon

(B) Usual, customary; to use or employ habitually. Imáw diá (Amó iní) ang báso nga ákon sarawót (ginasarawót). This is the glass I always use. I always use this glass. Sarawotá (isarawót) lang diá nga (iníng) kotsílyo. Always use this knife. (see sabúy, sayó, gámit).


síkyap, sík-yap

Hiligaynon

To cut-, shave-, pare-, slightly the surface, cut off a small part, to graze. Sikyapá ang kíbul, kalónggo ko, etc. Cut off the surface of my callous skin, of my wart, etc. Nasíkyap sang kotsílyo ang kamót ko. My hand received a glancing cut from the knife. Sik-yapí sing diótay ang úbi, kay matán-aw akó, kon anó ang duág níya. Scrape off the skin of the úbe, for I want to see what colour it is. (see sápla).


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