Meaning of kitá

kitá

Hiligaynon

We; including the person or persons spoken to. Kitá áton-or-kitá sing áton-or-kitáy áton-We for our part--As far as we are concerned--. Kitá nga tanán. All of us. Sa katapúsan kitá gid kag dílì silá ang nakadaúg sa kasábà. The upshot is that we, and not they, are the ones that have won the case (or lawsuit).



kítà

Hiligaynon

To see, behold, discern, perceive, descry, sight, make out, discover, distinguish, spy, espy, set one's eyes upon; to meet, find. Nakakítà ka na sa íya? Did you see or meet him? Hóo, nakakitaáy na kamí. Yes, we met or saw each other. Ang alipokpokán sang búkid índì makítà kay natabúnan sang gál-um. The top of the mountain cannot be seen, because it is covered by the cloud. Nakítà-or-nakít-an ko siá dídto. I saw him there. Dílì na siá makakítà sa pagbása. He can no longer see to read. Ang íya nga balatían daw sa índì na makitáan sing bulúng. It will be almost impossible to find a remedy for his disease-or-his sickness is, I think, past cure. Diín mo inâ makíta?-Kinítà ko inâ sa dálan. Where did you see or find it?-I found it there on the road. Ang nagapangítà makakítà. He who seeks shall find. Sa yanáng bakólod kitáon mo túbtub ang simbáhan sa Ogtón. From that hill yonder you can even see the church of Oton. (see tán-aw, túluk-to see, inspect, look at).


kítà

Hiligaynon

Trial, hearing (of a case in court); to try, hear (a case in court or the like). Buás kitáon ang íya nga kasábà. His case will be tried tomorrow. Ang pagkítà sang kasábà. The hearing (trial) of the case.