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símput

Hiligaynon

Closely joined, tight, very near together; to make tight, to be or become closely joined, etc. Símput gid ang kinitáan sang mga tápì siníng baláy. The boards in this house are very well joined. Simputá ang pagsalúg, ang pagrára, etc. Make the floor, the wickerwork, etc. tight. (see hunápit).



hónhon

Hiligaynon

To make compact, join well, near or close together, unite closely. Honhoná ang sókdap sa pagrára. Weave the bamboo strips closely together. Nagahónhon ang mga táo sa bánkò. The people on the bench are tightly squeezed together. Anó ang lúyag mo: Buháton námon ang salúg nga hónhon ukón lakâ?-A, lúyag ko ang ísa ka salúg nga hónhon. What do you prefer: Shall we join the flooring closely or leave rather wide open seams?-Well, I like a closely joined floor. Dugángi ang mga bánkò, índì mo pagpahonhonón ang mga bátà sa siníng tátlò ka bánkò. Increase the number of benches, don't crush the children together on these three benches. (see ímpon, dápat, gutúk, doót, símput, dókdok).


panímput

Hiligaynon

Freq. of símput-to tighten, etc.


pasímput

Hiligaynon

Caus. of símput-to connect closely, bring near together.