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kutsára

Hiligaynon

(Sp. cuchara) Spoon; shovel. (see irós, irirós).



áslum

Hiligaynon

Sourness, bitterness, sharpness, tartness, acidity; to be or become sour, to sour, make sour. Nagáslum ang bíno. The wine has gone sour. Iníng búnga walâ gid sing áslum. This fruit has no tartness at all. Aslumí ang manók, ápang dílì mo pagaslumón. Mix something sour with the chicken, but do not make it quite sharp. Pagapaaslumón ko gid iníng diótay nga tubâ, kay buháton ko nga lebadúra. I will let this little palm-wine get sour, for I am going to make yeast of it. Iníng isá ka kutsára nga lánggaw iáslum ko sa ísdà. I will season the fish with this spoonful of vinegar.


bókod

Hiligaynon

(B) To take up-, grasp-, with one's fingers, to eat with one's fingers. Ang kán-on ginabókod. Rice is eaten with the fingers. Ang mga Amerikáno índì makakibaló magbókod. The Americans do not know how to eat with their fingers. Ibókod lang ang kán-on, kay walâ kitá sing kutsára. Simply eat the rice with your fingers, as we have no spoons. (see húngit, hamál, dapá, timó).


hapáw

Hiligaynon

Superficial, on the surface; passing, insincere; to skim, take off the surface. Hapawá ang kán-on sa kólon. Take out of the kettle the top layer of rice. Hapawón mo ang hígkò sa túbig; or: hapawán mo ang túbig sang hígkò. Take the scum off the surface of the water. Ihapáw ang kutsára sa gátas sa pagkúhà sang latáb. Dip the spoon a litte into the milk to take off the cream. Hapáw gid lang ang ímo pagdáro; padútla gid ang arádo. You are ploughing only the surface; press the plough down deep. Hapáw man lang ang íya kaálam. His learning is merely superficial (not deep or thorough). (see salimpapáw, pakuláhaw).


inoghúngit

Hiligaynon

Spoon. (see húngit, hungít, kutsára).


inoghúngit

Hiligaynon

Spoon. (see húngit, hungít, kutsára).


káwkaw

Hiligaynon

To touch with the hands, handle, grasp, take hold of (somewhat roughly or violently). Indì ka magkáwkaw (magpangáwkaw) sang súd-an, kóndì kuháon (galohón) mo sang kutsára. Don't touch the side-dish with your hands, but take it with the spoon. Kawkawá lang inâ. Seize it-, catch hold of it-, with your hands. (see kámkam, kámlò, kapút, hámò, búklas, sábnit).


tíngal

Hiligaynon

To force another's mouth open, open one's mouth, put into the mouth, feed. Itíngal sa íya ang kutsára. Open his mouth with the spoon. Itíngal sa íya ang bulúng, ang kán-on, etc. Force his mouth open and give him some medicine, some rice, etc. Tingála siá sang kán-on. Force him to eat some rice. (see tíl-og, húngit).