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mátik

Hiligaynon

News, information, notice. (see balítà).



matík

Hiligaynon

To listen in, hear, get notice of, receive news, eavesdrop. Nakamatík ka nga may mga buyóng nga magaabút? Have you heard that there are brigands (gangsters) approaching? Walâ akó sing namatikán sang íla sugilánon. I could not (did not) understand what they were talking about. (see mutík).


bátik

Hiligaynon

See mátik-news, information.


batík

Hiligaynon

See matík-to hear, get to know.


matík-mátik

Hiligaynon

To listen in, eavesdrop, observe slily (slyly), watch, spy, spy upon (out), pry, find out, be on the lookout. Matíkmatíkan mo ang mga gího kag húlag siníng talapuánan. Find out what are the proceedings and movements of this society. (see matík, mutík).


mutík

Hiligaynon

To hear, get to know, receive information. Walâ mamutikí túbtub karón kon sín-o ang nagbúhat sinâ. Up till now it is not known who did it. Kon mamutikán níya iní--. If he hears of it--. In case he should receive news of it--. Suppose he should get to know of it (this)--. (see matík).


To investigate, inquire into, collect information, gather news, try to elucidate the facts or truth (from rumours or hearsay). (see batíkbatík, matíkmatík).


gramátika

Hiligaynon

(Sp. gramatica) Grammar. (see lantipúlong).


matíkas

Hiligaynon

Sneak, thief; pilfering, stealing, thieving, light-fingered, a petty thief. (see tíkas, makáwat, matákaw, makáwtì, maniníkas).


batíkbátik

Hiligaynon

See matíkmátik, pamatikbátik-to investigate, watch, spy.


tíkba

Hiligaynon

To beware a second time, be warned by experience, be-intimidated,-scared,-daunted, be-, teach-, a lesson to, to live and learn. Natíkba siá. He was scared or afraid (to do it again). Hanóta siá, agúd matíkba (magkatíkba). Beat him to teach him a lesson. (see dúdlà).


tikím

Hiligaynon

See daríri id. Indì mo matikím iníng táo. You cannot easily prevail on this man, you cannot at an instant's notice make him comply with your request or move him to do your bidding. (see dalîdálì).


tikwáog, tikwá-og

Hiligaynon

To turn one's head (upwards and (or) sideways, as a snake does). Walâ na níya makuób, kag walâ man matikwáog, ang íya líog. He could neither bow his head nor turn it to either side (his neck having become quite stiff). (see húlag, bayáw, takílid).