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nátnat

Hiligaynon

To fray, ravel, fret, become frayed, ravelled, fretted, to get loose or separate (of threads or fibres in cloth, etc.). Ang ákon báyò nagakanátnat na sa kagabukón. My jacket is getting frayed on account of rottenness. Sa kadaanón nagakanátnat ang íya hábul. On account of being old his blanket is beginning to fray (ravel) out. (see nútnut, tâtâ, sarabusáb, tingkarág).



kanótnot

Hiligaynon

To fray and break easily, said of threads and yarn in clothes, etc. Nagakanótnot gid lang ang báyò ko. My jacket is just fraying away. (see nátnat, nútnut, tâtâ, sarabusáb).


nútnut

Hiligaynon

To fray, ravel, fret. See nátnat, sâsâ, tâtâ. Nanútnut (Nagkanútnut) na gid ang íya nga páyong. His umbrella is now all frayed out.


tâtâ, tátà

Hiligaynon

To fray (out), untwist, unravel, wear out, tear to (in, into) rags (tatters), to break or crush so as to unloosen the fibres; to ravel out, become untwisted, broken, crushed. Ang amó nga kasubô nagtâtâ sang mga nahót sang íya tagiposóon. That sorrow broke her heart (heart-strings). Natâtâ (Nagkatâtâ) na ang kalát, ang púnta sang búgsok, etc. The rope has become untwisted, the point of the stake got blunted, etc. (see sâsâ, tástas, lúsì, lúsò, nútnut, nátnat, lumâ, pusâ).