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tikâ

Hiligaynon

To peep out from behind a screen, etc., to show one's head suddenly from behind a curtain, or the like, to pop out one's head. Tikaá siá. Peep (Look) at him. Show him your head. Gintikâ níya akó sa pihák sang biómbo. He peeped at me from behind the screen.



gimáw

Hiligaynon

The form pagimáw is mostly used in the meaning of: to peer or peep slyly or stealthily out of a window, etc., drawing back one's head at once, if seen by others. Nagapagimáw siá sa bintánà. She is peeping out of the window, (taking care not to be seen). Indì ka magpagimáw, kay táwgon ka nga baó nga nagasálup sa íya baláy kon makíta ka sang táo. Don't peep through openings, for, if you are seen, people will call you a turtle withdrawing into its shell. Ginpagimawán níya akó sa gihâ. He peeped at me through a hole. Ipagimáw ang úlo mo. Put your head out cautiously and look about. (see tikâ, língling, óplok, íplok, tíid, paníid).


tikâ-tíkà

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of tikâ-to pop out one's head, etc.


aritmétika

Hiligaynon

(Sp. aritmética) Arithmetic.


balatikál

Hiligaynon

Anything that jams, squeezes or wedges an object so that it can be drawn out or removed only with great difficulty. Indì ka makahúnus sináng kawáyan, kay may balatikál. You cannot pull out this bamboo, for it is wedged in. (batikál).


batikál

Hiligaynon

To squeeze-, wedge-, press-, jam-, in, to hold fast or in place by a projection, jut or jag so as to make it difficult to move or pull out an object. Iníng kawáyan ginabatikalán sang ibán nga mga kawáyan. This bamboo is jammed in between other bamboos. (balatikál).


botíka

Hiligaynon

(Sp. botica) A drug store, an apothecary's shop, a chemist's shop.


botikáryo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. boticario) Druggist, apothecary, chemist.


gramátika

Hiligaynon

(Sp. gramatica) Grammar. (see lantipúlong).


kamotikáhoy

Hiligaynon

A plant with edible roots.


matíkas

Hiligaynon

Sneak, thief; pilfering, stealing, thieving, light-fingered, a petty thief. (see tíkas, makáwat, matákaw, makáwtì, maniníkas).


palatikángan

Hiligaynon

(H) That on which one is stepping or walking or making one's living, hence: commerce, business, trade, traffic, commercial pursuit, mercantile undertaking, occupation, living, position. (see tikáng, palangitán-an, pangítà).


patikádol

Hiligaynon

A noise as of a falling chair, etc. (see ringkádol, lágpok, patingkádol id.).


patikáng

Hiligaynon

Caus. of tikáng. To let, etc. make steps. Patikangá ang bátà, agúd mahánas maglakát (sa paglakát). Let the baby take a few steps, that it may get accustomed to walking (that it may learn to walk).


patíkang

Hiligaynon

Handling, management, treatment, dealing, interference, contrivance, machination; to deal with, be engaged in business, trade, have commercial transactions. Anó ang pagpatíkang nímo (Anó nga patíkang ang ímo) nga walâ lang madúgay nagdakû ang ímo kwárta? How did you contrive to make so much money in so short a time? Sagád siá magpatíkang. He is an expert business man. Maáyo gid ang íya patíkang sinâ. He handled that case (matter) very well. (see pumalatíkang, palatikángan, pahitôhítò, padihútan, pangítà).


patikasúg

Hiligaynon

See panikasúg id.


pilitíkan

Hiligaynon

The trigger of a rifle, revolver, or the like. (see pitík).


polítika

Hiligaynon

(Sp. política) Politics; clever management, trick, machination, plot, plan. (see pamánwa, himánwa, pahítò, patúga). Also: cunning politeness; to act like a politician with studied kindness and tactfulness.


pumalatíkang

Hiligaynon

(H) Dealer, merchant, business-man. (see patíkang).


santíkan

Hiligaynon

Flint-stone, flint, stone from which fire is kindled by means of steel and tinder. Santikí ang santíkan sang aséro túbtub nga magkalayó ang bárok. Strike the flint with the steel till the tinder catches fire.


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