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pihít

Hiligaynon

Tongue-tied, tongue-tacked, not able to pronounce clearly or distinctly, defective of speech, having a defect in one's speech. (see hát-on, kúnlà).



áng-ang

Hiligaynon

To stammer, to stutter; stammering, stuttering. Nagaáng-ang siá kon maghámbal. He stammers when he talks. Indì ka magáng-ang sing támà. Try not to stammer so much. (see gágo, pihít, hát-on).


daramíli

Hiligaynon

Unable to pronounce distinctly, muttering, mumbling, talking unintelligibly; to pronounce very defectively, etc. (see pihít, hát-on, pítlà, kúnlà, damilí).


gágo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. gago) Stuttering, stammering, having an impediment in one's speech; lacking intelligence, not quite right in one's mind. (see áng-ang, pihít, kúnlà, hát-on, buangít, kulángkuláng, kolôkolô; etc.). N.B. In speaking of females, gága is often used.


hát-on

Hiligaynon

Tongue-tied, having an impediment in one's speech, unable to speak clearly; to speak indistinctly, etc. Nagahát-on siá kon maghámbal. He has an impediment in his speech. (see pihít, áng-ang).


ngóhit, ngóit

Hiligaynon

To lisp, speak indistinctly, utter imperfectly, articulate as a child. (see pihít, kúnlà, hát-on).


pítlà

Hiligaynon

Indistinct, thick, not quite clear (of speech); to speak with a rather slow tongue (thick utterance), to pronounce indistinctly. (see pihít, hát-on).