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patís

Hiligaynon

Salt fish preserved in brine; brine, pickle. (see lílang).



dayók

Hiligaynon

Salt-fish, salted fish. (see ginamós, lílang, patís, lamayó).


gamús

Hiligaynon

To salt, brine, steep in brine, pickle. Gámsa (gamusá) ang hípon. Salt down the hipon-fish. Gámsi (gamusí) akó sing tátlo ga gántang nga tabagák. Pickle for me three gantas of tabagac-fish. Igamús akó siníng báboy. Please salt and pickle this pork for me. Ipagamús ko sa kosinéro iníng isá ka búgsò nga kárne. I'll get the cook to salt down this piece of meat. (see asín, lílang, patís).


ginamús

Hiligaynon

Pickles, especially pickled fish. (see gamús, lílang, patís).


túmà

Hiligaynon

Lye; brine, pickle; to put in brine, pickle. (see lihía, gamús, patís, lílang).


patískug

Hiligaynon

To stiffen, strengthen. Patiskugá ang likód sang ákon báyò. Stiffen (with lining) the back of my jacket. (pa, tískug).


tisíl

Hiligaynon

(B) To fly off far, be hit or knocked to a great distance. Natíslan ang búnga kang dalógdog, hay ginbálang ko kang bató. (Nakibítan ang búnga sang dalógdog, kay ginhabúy ko sing bató). The nut of the dalógdog-shrub flew off to a great distance, when I hit it with a stone. Patísli ang dalógdog. (Pakibíti ang dalógdog). Knock the dalógdog-nut (fruit) far. (see táyog).


tískug

Hiligaynon

Stiffness, unbendableness, rigidity, inflexibility; to be or become hard, stiff, unbendable, inflexible, not easily pliable. Nagtískug ang ákon páha nga pánit sa ínit. My leather belt has become hard in the sun. Nagapatískug siá sang íya tangkúgò. He is stiffening his neck. Kon may bág-o gánì siá nga panápton nga sóklà dáyon níya patískug (patolotískug) sang íya líog. Whenever she wears a new silk dress she stiffens her neck i.e. she is-stiff,-constrained,-very formal,-giving herself airs, or the like. (see báskug).