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sabít

Hiligaynon

Enviousness, envy, covetousness, grudge; to covet, envy. Indì ka magsabít sang íya sang ibán-or-índì mo pagsabitán ang íya sang ibán. Don't covet what belongs to another. (see híkaw).



gorogotó

Hiligaynon

(B) To distrust, mistrust, be skeptical as to, question, doubt the fairness or justice of. Nagagorogotó ang ákon buót sang pagbáhin níla sang maís. I suspect unfairness in their division of the corn. (see sabít).


gótgot

Hiligaynon

To get hot, exasperated, excited, vexed, annoyed, cross, provoked, aggravated, irritated, enraged, angered. Nagagótgot ang buót ko siníng táo. I am vexed (exasperated) with this man. Gingotgotán akó níya. He was very angry with me. (see aligótgot, ákig, sílag, ugút, pangínit, sabít).


masinabíton

Hiligaynon

Discontented, displeased, unsatisfied, grumbling on account of having received less than others, envious, spiteful. (sabít).


sáng-at

Hiligaynon

To hang, insert or hook on, attach or connect with. Isáng-at ang alámbre sa lánsang. Hook the wire on the nail. Ginsáng-at ko ang ákon kálò sa salab-ítan. I hung my hat on the peg. Sang-atí sing kárne ang salang-átan. Hang some meat on the hook. (see sábit).