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tíngting

Hiligaynon

Tinkle, tinkling, jingle, jingling, ring, ringing, tingle; to tinkle, tingle, jingle, ring. Kabatî ka sang tíngting sang campanílya? Did you hear the bell ring? Did you hear the tinkling of the bell? Patingtingá ang kampanílya. Ring the bell. (see kilíngkilíng, lágting, bágting).



tíngting

Hiligaynon

To be or become strong, tough, durable (said of cloth, of a rope, etc.). (see matíngting, húnit, dalísay, purús).


lagátik, lagatík

Hiligaynon

The noise made by the rattling of keys, the ticking of many clocks, or the like. Nagalagátik ang mga lyábe sa íya nga pálhuk. The keys are rattling in his pocket. (see lágtik, tíngting).


lágting

Hiligaynon

Clink, chink, clang, clank, tinkle, jingle; to tinkle, jingle, clink, chink, clang, clank. Ang súndang kon mahúlug magalágting. If the knife falls down it will clink. Lagtingí silá sing pínggan, agúd magkarí, kay humán na ang panyága. Jingle or clink the plate for them, that they may come, for dinner is ready. Palagtingá ang pínggan, agúd íla mabatián. Clink the plate so that they can hear it. (see tíngting).


matíngting

Hiligaynon

Strong, stout, tough, resisting, not easily yielding to strain or stress, difficult to snap, part or separate. (see tíngting).


pátol

Hiligaynon

(B) Strong, tough, lasting well (long), resisting stress, wear and tear. Pátol nga kalát, hénero, káhoy, etc. A strong rope, cloth, wood, etc. Napatolán akó siníng delárgo. This pair of trousers looks strong to me. (see húnit, húnlit, tíngting, bákud, báskug, mapátol).


tángtang

Hiligaynon

To clink, tingle, jingle. (see tíngting, kilíngkilíng).


butíngting

Hiligaynon

Very full or satisfied after partaking of a hearty meal; to be full, satiated, gorged, glutted. Butíngting na akó. I have eaten my fill. Nagabutíngting na akó. I am quite full. Pabutingtingá ang búsung mo. Eat your fill. (see busúg).


duyâ-duyâ

Hiligaynon

To be completely full or satisfied, have no appetite any longer, loathe food on account of having already eaten one's fill, eat without relish. Nagaduyâduyâ siá, kay busúg na. He eats without relish, for he is full already. (see dwáldwal, díway, butíngting, taká).


gísì

Hiligaynon

To tear, slit, split, rend, break asunder, make a hole in. Gisía láng iníng sulát. Tear up this letter. Sín-o ang naggísì siníng papél? Who tore this paper? Nagisían ang púsud sang íya nga báyò. The corner of his jacket was torn. Ang mga bátà batíd gid maggísì sang panápton. Boys have a genius for tearing clothes. Iníng hénero matíngting; índì magísì (magkagísì) sa madalî. This kind of cloth is strong; it will not tear soon. (see gíhay).


lágting

Hiligaynon

Strong, tough, firm; experienced, an old hand at it. (see matíngting, mabákud, mapág-on, mahúnit, hámrus, malíg-on, batíd, anád, sagád, antígo).


malágting

Hiligaynon

Strong, firm, hard, tough. (see lágting, mabákud, matíngting, mahúnit, mapág-on, hámrus, purús).


taríngka, tarínka

Hiligaynon

(Sp. trincar) To fasten, tighten, tie or bind fast, make taut, tight; to be stuffed, crammed, full to bursting. Taringkahá ang písì. Make the string taut. (see tarík, hugút, gutúk, punô, busúg, butíngting).