Search result(s) - pitsépítse

mirés-mirés

Hiligaynon

Useless, good-for-nothing, worthless, of little or no value, of no use, no good, of no value, base; small things, trifles. (see gadóy, walâ, sing-pulús, -águd, -ásoy, -átsoy, pitsépítse, karintukáy).



pitsé-pítse

Hiligaynon

(Probably from the Sp. peche, pechina) Trifles, things of little value or importance, trivial or paltry matters; the common run, ordinary people, poor folks. May ginabalígyà dirâ nga nanarîsárì nga pitsépítse. Various little things (refreshments) are sold (served) there. Pitsépítse silá nga mga táo. They are ordinary, simple common people. (see girígirí, witíwití, timáwa, kagagmayán, karintukáy).


yangkót-yángkot

Hiligaynon

Various small items, an assortment of trifles or small articles, purchases, etc. Mapailóngílong akó sa buás, kay may baláklon akó nga yangkótyángkot. Tomorrow I am going to Iloilo, for I have to buy various small articles there. Náno ang pinamakál mo?-Yangkótyángkot (Mga yangkótyángkot). What have you bought?-A few (Some) miscellaneous items (articles). (see pitsépítse, sarîsárì).