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hábas

Hiligaynon

To chafe, fret, excoriate, wound, injure. (see píla, gádras, pák-ad, báklis, pákris, taís).



híbas

Hiligaynon

Excoriation, bruise, abrasion; to excoriate, chafe, fret, rub open, bruise, abrade. May híbas ang íya dalúnggan kag ilóng gíkan sa anteóhos. His ears and nose are chafed by his spectacles. Nahibásan ang hítà níya sa lakás nga paglakát, kay matámbok siá. His thighs got chafed on account of too much walking, for he is fat. (see taís, pák-ad).


hímà

Hiligaynon

To get chafed, a little red or inflamed. Nagahímà ang hítà sang bátà kay matámbok. The baby's groins are chafed; it is so fat. Haplasí ang bátà sing baselína, agud índì paghimáan. Rub some vaseline on the baby's skin, lest it should become chafed. (N.B. hímà is particularly applied to getting chafed between the thighs or in the groins). (see híbas, taís, etc.).


ládgad

Hiligaynon

To inflame, chafe, gall, irritate, heat, loosen the skin by scratching, pinching, rubbing, etc. Naládgad ang íya pánit, kay kinálot níya. His skin was inflamed, because he scratched it. Ladgadá (-ará) ang pánit. Heat the skin (by rubbing, or the like). Indì mo pagkalóton sing lakás ang katúl mo, kay kon maládgad ang pánit mo, magalápad ang katúl. Don't scratch your "katúl" (kind of eczema) too much, for if the skin becomes inflamed, the "katúl" will spread. (see dús-il, pák-it, taís).


taís, ta-ís

Hiligaynon

To chafe, fret, scrape, abrade, wear away, wear down, wear through, rub. Ang kawáyan nagataís sa dútà kon guyúron. The bamboo gets scraped by the ground, if it is dragged along. Ang iya sárwal nagtaís sa púngkò. His trousers were worn through by sitting. Ang káhoy nataisán (nata-isán) sang kawayan, ang kawáyan nataisán sang káhoy. The tree got chafed by the bamboo, the bamboo got chafed by the tree. Pata-isá lang ang tángkap sang tablón. Just let the end of the log get rubbed.


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).


halúgut

Hiligaynon

To pull-, draw-, tug-, haul-, down. Halugúta ang písì, agúd magsákà ang hayáhay. Pull the rope down, so that the banner may go up. Ihalúgut akó sináng kalát nga nagasáblay sa tambárà. Kindly pull down for me that rope hanging from the scaffold. Halugútan mo ang mutón sang kalát, dílì ang kawáyan, kay mataís ang kalát sa bokó sang kawáyan. Draw the rope down over the pulley, not over the bamboo, for the rope will be chafed by the bamboo-joint.