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magarót

Hiligaynon

Noisy, boisterous; voluble of speech, gabbling, talking very quickly and consequently not distinctly, pouring forth a flood of words; dense, thick, crowded, near together. (see garót).



maíkit

Hiligaynon

Close together, close set, thickset, dense, serried, crowded, narrow-spaced, with but little interval or interstice between. (see íkit, magarót).


sorótsot

Hiligaynon

(B) Swift, quick, voluble, rapid, glib, very fluent (of speech); near together, dense, close (of trees, plants, etc.); to talk volubly, etc.; to be close together, etc. Indì akó makasáyod kang (sang) ginhámbal mo, hay (kay) masorótsot (masákò, magarót). I cannot understand what you are saying, for you speak so quickly, too swiftly. Indì kaw (ikáw) maghámbal kanákon ti masorótsot (sa ákon sing masáko, sing magarót). Don't talk to me so volubly, so swiftly. Indì mo pagsorotsotón (pagsakóon, paggarotón) ang ímo hámbal. Don't speak too quickly. (see garót, íkit).