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maisót

Hiligaynon

Little, small, slight. (see diótay, ikî).



manikî

Hiligaynon

Little, small, tiny, wee, diminutive. (see tikî, maisót, diótay, ikî).


sagiwatâ

Hiligaynon

(B) Probably derived from sági and íwat. The passive forms in -an (sagiwát-an) are mostly used in the meaning of: to be precarious, be in difficulties, to eke out; to utilize to the utmost, make a little go far, make good use of slender resources, or the like. Bisán maisót lang ang sóhol na, pay ginasagiwát-an na gid. (Bisán diótay lang ang íya sóhol, ápang ginapanginyawátan níya gid). Though his salary is small, yet he makes good use of it. Nasagiwát-an (Nawád-an, balasúbas) akó karón. At present I am out of cash, am hard up.