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láslas

Hiligaynon

To tear or pull off with some force (a vine, thatched roof, etc.). Laslasá ang balágon, ang kógon sa atóp, etc. Tear off the climbing plants, the cogon-grass from the roof, etc. Metaphorically: Nalaslasán (linaslasán) akó níya sing maláut nga mga púlong. He abused me and used bad language. (see lalás, káskas).



píka

Hiligaynon

(Sp. pica) Pike; goad, cudgel; to strike, beat, thrash; to hurt, wound (by speech). Pikáhi siá sang ímo bastón. Hit him with your stick. Give him the stick. Pinikáhan níya akó sing makasaláklaw kag masakít nga mga púlong. He wounded my feelings by using exasperating and cutting language. (see bálbal, hánot, lámpus, láslas).


tástas

Hiligaynon

To break, rend, tear asunder, unpick, open seams, pick out. Tastasá na lang iníng dáan nga delárgo. Tear this old pair of trousers asunder at the seams. Tinástas níya ang báyò. She unpicked the jacket. Waláy pulús ang mga tinahián siníng bág-ong báyò ko; makapilá pa lang nagámit kag natástas (nagkatástas) na. The seams of this new frock (blouse, jacket) of mine are no good; it has been used only a few times and it is torn already (at the seams). (see tíngkas, bíngkas, láslas, káskas).