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kulámi

Hiligaynon

To sneak, to take away by stealth, filch, purloin, appropriate secretly. Sín-o ang nagkulámi sang ákon líbro? Who took away my book? Kinulámi níya ang ákon kálò, bastón, etc. He took away my hat, stick, etc. Kulamíha lang iníng páyong. Just take this umbrella. Ginkulamíhan akó níya sang ákon báyò. He took away (appropriated) my jacket. (see kúhà).



górdo

Hiligaynon

To take or use something that belongs to another with the intention of giving it back. (Only used amongst friends). Gingórdo lang níya ang ákon páypay. She merely borrowed my fan. Indì mo paggordohón ang íya sang ibán. Don't take what belongs to others. (see ángkon, kúhà, buúl, karipón, lámang, lábni, gulámni, kulámi).


gulámni

Hiligaynon

To take without much ado, seize, appropriate. (see lábni, kulámi, lámang).


rimidyáki

Hiligaynon

(B) (A humorous expression) See rimédyo. Also: to take, pilfer, purloin, help (oneself) to. (see lámang, kulámi, kúhà).