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sílag

Hiligaynon

Grudge, ill-will, malevolence, malice, spleen, spite; to bear another a grudge, be filled with spleen against. (see síb-ot, aligótgot, gulut-ánon, kasílag).



súg-ut

Hiligaynon

To bind hemp-fibre together and roll it up neatly in a basket previous to putting it on a reel and forming it into hanks, etc. Sug-utá ang lánot. Get the hemp-fibre ready for reeling. (see tágak, súgpon).


The basket used in the operation of súg-ut. (see tagakán id.).


Hemp fibres to be got ready for reeling. (see súg-ut, talagakón).


tágak

Hiligaynon

To knot or bind hemp-fibre together and roll it up neatly in a basket (tagakán) preparatory to weaving or reeling. Tagáka ang lánot. Bind the hemp-fibre and roll it up in the basket. Tagáki akó sináng lánot. Get me ready that hemp for reeling (or weaving). (see súg-ut).


taláihom

Hiligaynon

A smile, a quiet laugh (laughter); to smile, break out into a laugh, to laugh (quietly, derisively, sarcastically). Nakataláihom siá. He smiled. He burst out laughing. Natalaihomán akó sa íya. I could not help smiling at him. Gintalaihomán níya akó. He smiled or laughed at me. Ginpataláihom akó sang íya nga sinúgid. I was forced to smile at his remarks. I could not help smiling at what he said. Natalaihomán siá sa ákon. (Nagyuhúm siá sing may kayúbit (kahám-ut) sa ákon). He smiled at me derisively (gleefully). (see yuhúm, kádlaw, lákhò, lámhò, talángkaw, harákhak, ngirít, lángsì).


út-ut

Hiligaynon

See ót-ot-to gnaw, nibble, etc.


út-ut

Hiligaynon

See ót-ot-to gnaw, nibble, etc.


utáut, utá-ut

Hiligaynon

To chafe, fret, wear out by rubbing, etc. Nautáut (Nataís) ang kalát kag nabúgtò. The rope got chafed and broke. (see taís, ínas).


utáut, utá-ut

Hiligaynon

To chafe, fret, wear out by rubbing, etc. Nautáut (Nataís) ang kalát kag nabúgtò. The rope got chafed and broke. (see taís, ínas).


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