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tígdas

Hiligaynon

To be or become hard, to harden; be clear (of pronunciation, speech, etc.). (see tíg-a, tígdà, áthag).



áthag

Hiligaynon

Clearness, distinctness; to become or make clear, distinct. Athagí akó sinâ. Make that clear to me. Nagáthag na ang íya sulát, hámbal, pamítlang, etc. His writing, speech, pronunciation, etc. has become clear. Athagá ang ímo paghámbal. Speak clearly, distinctly. Iáthag mo gid sa íya and dakû ko nga kinahánglan. Explain to him clearly my great need. (see sánag, ásoy, sáysay, tígdas, pasáyod).


básil

Hiligaynon

Any hardened or dry matter sticking to, or wedged in between, other objects; to harden, thicken, incrust. Nagbásil ang lúnang sa íya báyò. The mud hardened on his jacket. (see bágtik, tíg-a, tígdas, malá).


tíg-a

Hiligaynon

(H) Hardness; to harden, become hard, hardened, unyielding, indurate, unimpressionable, difficult to make an impression upon, to be hard, firm, stiff, dense, stubborn, obstinate, self-willed, and the like. Nagtíg-a na iníng tinápay. This bread has hardened, has become hard. Ginpatíg-a níya ang íya tagiposóon. He hardened his heart. (see áwot, tígdà, tígdas).


katígdas

Hiligaynon

See katíg-a. Also: hardness, toughness (of food that is underdone); harshness, roughness, abruptness, bluntness, brusqueness (of speech).


matígdas

Hiligaynon

Hard, not soft (particularly said of underdone tubers); sharp. See matíg-a, matígdà.


dasók

Hiligaynon

To cram, ram, wad, stuff, fill, pack, press-, squeeze-, in. Dasoká ang sulúd sang maléta. Pack the contents of the suitcase tight. Dáski (for dasokí) ang ulúnan ko sing dúldul, kay buút akó sang matígdas. Stuff the pillow tight with cotton, for I like a hard one.


katúdus

Hiligaynon

Force, impetus, vigour in the use of one's hands, as in striking, boxing, throwing, etc.; harshness, roughness, abruptness (of speech). (see katígdas, kaábtik).