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tígbas

Hiligaynon

To cut off, sever at one stroke; to kill (die) outright, etc. See tígbak.



tígbak

Hiligaynon

To sever at a single stroke, cut-, slice-, through, cut off at one swing with a sharp-edged instrument; to kill outright; to die-forthwith,-at once,-on the spot. Gintígbak níya ang ságing. He cut down the banana at a stroke. Tigbaká ang ághò. Cut or slice through the ághò-tree. Ginlúthang níya ang buyóng nga natígbak sa gilayón. He shot the brigand that (was hit and) died on the spot. Naglabô siá sa íya sa pagtígbak sa íya. He smote him with the intention of killing him on the spot. (see tígbas).


tígpak

Hiligaynon

To sever, cut through; kill outright. See tígbak, tígbas.


utás

Hiligaynon

Severed, cut through, cut off; to sever, cut off. Nautás ang íya bútkon. His arm is cut off. Utás na (Nautás) ang íya ginháwa. His breath is broken off i.e. he is dead, he died. (see púnggul, pungól, útud, tígbas, púgut, búgras).


utás

Hiligaynon

Severed, cut through, cut off; to sever, cut off. Nautás ang íya bútkon. His arm is cut off. Utás na (Nautás) ang íya ginháwa. His breath is broken off i.e. he is dead, he died. (see púnggul, pungól, útud, tígbas, púgut, búgras).