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písak

Hiligaynon

Wedge, plug, stopple; to plug, wedge in, stopple, put-, drive-, in a wedge. Pisáki ang arádo. Put a wedge into the plough. Pánday-písak. An indifferent or inferior kind of carpenter, who is no good at measurements and has frequently to use plugs and wedges in order to make things fit.



bángil

Hiligaynon

To prop, support, put in, or under, something a prop or wedge of wood, stone, etc. in order to heighten, tighten or steady things. Bangíli ang tiíl (kahíg) sang lamésa, agád magtádlong. Prop up the foot of the table, that it may stand straight. Ibángil ko iníng káhoy sa lamésa. I'll prop up the table with this piece of wood, (in order to steady it, raise it on one side). Dílì mo pagbangílan ang aparadór sing isá ka bangíl nga madámol, ang isá ka manipís túman na. Don't put a thick wedge under the cupboard; a thin one is quite sufficient. (see písak, piíl-wedge).


kúnya

Hiligaynon

(Sp. cuña) Quoin, wedge; to wedge in, secure by a wedge. Kunyahí ang arádo. Drive a wedge into your plough. (see písak).


pamísak

Hiligaynon

Freq. of písak-to wedge in, put in a wedge.


píka

Hiligaynon

(Sp. pica) Wedge, etc. (see písak, bángil, bangíl, pások, pasók).


katúl-katúl

Hiligaynon

Loose, not firm or tight, not well joined or adapted and hence creaky, squeaky, emitting a harsh or grating sound (said of tools, knives (not well joined to the handle), of cart-wheels, etc., with loose parts); to be loose; to creak, squeak. Nagakatúlkatúl ang kaláptan sang súndang. The handle of the knife is loose, creaks (not being well joined to the handle). Indì mo pagpakatúlkatulón ang káro, kóndì pisákan mo. Don't rattle the cart, but steady it by means of wedges. (see lágtok, palágtok-to creak, crack (of bones, fingers, etc).