Meaning of kibít

kibít

Hiligaynon

To be supported insecurely on a narrow ledge, be but slightly connected, hang by a thread, be in danger of having the connection severed. Nagakibít na lang iníng págbo sá halígì, sa baláyan, etc. This rafter rests only on a narrow ledge of the post, girder, etc. Indì mo pagpakíbton ang baláyan sa halígi, kóndì pasámlon mo gid. Don't permit the girder to rest on the edge of the post, but put it on far enough to secure it well. Walâ man mabálì ang íya bútkon, kóndì nakíbtan lang. His arm was not entirely broken, but only dislocated.



kíbit

Hiligaynon

To fly to a great distance, be hurled (flung) far away. (see tisíl, táyog).