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láw-it

Hiligaynon

A net, netlike wickerwork; to make wicker-network; figuratively: to whip, flog, thrash, beat. Iníng síya may salandígan nga láw-it. This chair has a back of (rattan-) network. Law-ití sing owáy ang pulungkóan sang síya. Work into the chair a seat of rattan-network. Law-itá ang pagrára mo. Weave in the form of a net. Law-ití ang karabáw. Whip the buffalo. Iláw-it sa íya ang kalát. Beat him with the rope. Linaw-itán siá ni tátay. Father gave him a beating.



látigo, látigó

Hiligaynon

(Sp. látigo) Whip, rod, lash, scourge; to flog, scourge, whip, lash, beat with a rod. Latigohí siá. Give him a whipping. Flog him. Kon magsinutíl ikáw liwán ipalátigo ko ikáw kay tátay mo. If you are naughty again, I'll see to it that your father gives you a whipping. Linatigohán níya ang karabáw sing símsim. He beat the buffalo with branches of bamboo. (see hánot, búnal, hámpak, lábtik, lápdos, láw-it, lipát, hán-us, lámpus, lámba).


litós

Hiligaynon

To strike, whip, lash, beat, flog. Litosá siá-or-litosí siá sing napúlò ka lápdus. Give him ten strokes of the whip. Ginlitós ni tátay ang ákon útud, kay nagsinutíl siá. Father gave my brother a beating, because he was naughty. (see búnal, látigo, hámpak, lámpus, hánot, lápdus, láw-it, lábtik).