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pangalíma

Hiligaynon

(B) To handle, grasp or take with the hand, to actually lay hands upon. Sín-o siníng mga makáwat ang nagpangalíma (nangalíma) sang pílak? Which of these thieves did actually take the money, did the actual stealing of the money, did personally lay hands on the money? Maáyo siá mangalíma. He has deft hands, knows how to use his hands well. (see pangamót).



limá

Hiligaynon

To handle, take in the hand, etc. (see alíma, alimá, pangalimá, pangamót).


pangamót

Hiligaynon

Freq. of kamót. To handle, grasp or take hold of with the hand, to take in hand, to manage; quality or use of one's hand. Maáyo sing pangamót iníng tigduág, magsusúlat, etc. This painter, writer, etc. is skillful in the use of his brush, pen, etc. (see pangalíma).


alíma

Hiligaynon

(B) The hand. Pagpangalíma-to handle, handle roughly, come to blows, etc. Indì ka mangalíma sa íya or índì mo siá pagpangalimáhon. Don't touch him. Don't strike him-, handle him-, roughly. (see kamót).