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hikot₁ [híkot] vt To do or work on something; to make; prepare. To prepare; work on something (specifically inside the house or in the kitchen). gawa Pag-abot nako sa inra, naghihikot sida it inra paning-ugto. When I arrived at their place, she was making their lunch. Waya sida’t inghihikot sa bayay kada nagpapamasyar sida sa ida mga amiga. She’s doing nothing at home so she visits her friends. syn: himo, hiwat 1, human, bisyo₁. (sem. domains: 18.104.22.168 - Habit, 4.3 - Behavior.)
hikot₂ [híkot] 1n Act of conniving; cooperating secretly. taktika, paraan, gawa Waya nakakasador kag mga tawo ay hikot yaki kato it gwardya ag preso. The people didn’t know but that was an act of conniving between the guard and the prisoner. (sem. domains: 22.214.171.124 - Save from trouble.) 2vt To connive. Naghikot sinra nak apahalinon katong pulis sa ida trabaho. They connive to cause that policeman to leave his job. (sem. domains: 126.96.36.199 - Save from trouble.)
ikot [íkot] vbt To turn a vehicle round (as to get out of a small space); to go around (as when dropping a net from a boat). ikot Ginpaikotan anay ninra kag yuta it isra bag-o taktakan it sayap. They tried to go around the school of fish before dropping a net. syn: libot 1, lipos 2, tiyog 2.1. (sem. domains: 188.8.131.52 - Cooperate with, 184.108.40.206 - Attention, 220.127.116.11 - Change your mind, 18.104.22.168 - Approve of something.)
kamkam [kámkam] 1vt To go around touching things; messing things up. Ingpangkamkam nida kag mga butang sa lamesa. He messed up the things on the table. (sem. domains: 22.214.171.124 - Untidy.) 2adj To always be touching or stealing things. malikot ang kamay Ingpriso katong eskwelang kamkaman it damot. The pupil who steals things was imprisoned. (sem. domains: 126.96.36.199 - Bribe, 188.8.131.52 - Steal.)
kuti-kuti₁ [kuti-kúti] v To make fine, detailed things; to do fine work by hand. kalikot Ida gingkuti-kuti kag ida mga gamit sa eskwelahan. She did detailed work on her school projects.
laskay [laskáy] adj Wild behaviour; immodest; unrefined behaviour. napakalikot Pagkalaskay ra kamo maghiniwas ay bag-ong salta pa yang kamo haling lugar. Your still new in this place and yet you act unrefinely.
libor [líbor] 11.1n Neighbourhood. 2vi To revolve. Kag kalibutan ay naglilibor sa adlaw. The earth revolves around the sun. 3vbt To turn something around. umíkot Aliburon nako kag mga bangko. I will turn the chairs around.
libot [líbot] 1vi To go around; to walk around town; to carry, take something or somebody around a place. ikot Sina Gail ag tong inra bisita ay naglibot sa banwa tong Lunes. Gail and their visitor went around the town last Monday. Ipalibot it mga tawo kag mga santos sa Semana Santa. The people will take the saints around at Easter. syn: ikot, lipos 2, tiyog 2.1. 2vi To be in a position around, close to somebody or something. Maramong tawong nakapalibot sa ida dahil nawiwili sinra it ida istorya. There were a lot of people around him because they were distracted by his story. 3vbt To take, carry something or somebody around town. Kung pista, kag mga tawo ay inglilibot kag mga santo. When it’s fiesta time, the people carry the saint around town. 4vbt To surround; to encircle. Apalibutan it mga tawo tong bayay nak hagto tong mananakaw. The people will sorround the house where the thief stays. 5loc Surroundings, around, close to. Asing karamong likot sa palibot it bayay? Why is there a lot of trash around the house? comp. napapalibutan it baguntor , der. kalibutan , der. palibot
liko [líkò] 1vi To turn around; to go around a corner. Nagliko sida pagkakita sa ako. He turn around when he saw me. Nagliko kag dyip ni Fred kada waya kami kasakay. Fred’s jeepney turned around the corner therefore we were not able to board. 2vbt To turn something around. liko
likot [likót] (dial. var. bugahor; dial. var. basura) 1n Garbage; trash. syn: yangas, paras 1, sutil, mayangas. 2adj Untidy; dirty. Malikot nak lugar kina para kaunan. That is a very dirty place to eat. 3vbt To make something dirty or messy. basura Naglilikot yang ra kamo dili ay pauli yangey kamo. You are just making dirty this place, you better go home. comp. kalikutan
malikot sa kabadi [malikót sa kabádi] idiom - Convert to subentry Womaniser. malikot sa babae Kag ida asawa ay malikot sa kabadi kitang nagkasakit it “Aids”. Her husband is a womaniser that’s why he got that Aids disease.
matilo it damot [matílò it damót] adj “Light fingered”; a theif. makati ang kamay, malikot ang kamay Buko maado kag ingwa’t kaibhanan nak matilo it damot. It’s not good to have a companion who is light fingered.
paras [parás] 1vi To constantly be moving, running around (i.e. can’t sit still in one place). Nagpipinaras yang ka mga anak kung waya’t maestra. The children just run around if the teacher isn’t there. syn: yangas, sutil, likot 1, mayangas. (sem. domains: 7.2.1 - Manner of movement.) 2n Constant movement, running around. Sa ida kaparas, nasakro nida kag salamin ag nabuong. In her moving around, she bumped the mirror and it broke. (sem. domains: 7.2.1 - Manner of movement.) 3adj Constantly moving, running around, on the move as of a naughty child. malikot, magaslaw, magalaw Maparas kag ida anak kada nahuhuyog. Her child is always on the move so he fell. (sem. domains: 184.108.40.206 - Child.)
pikot [píkot] v To trap catch somebody into marriage by pregnancy. Waya nadayon kag kasay ni Almira dahil napikot kag ida nobyo. Almira’s wedding didn’t materialise because her boyfriend was trapped into marrying the girl he’d got pregnant.
pikot-pikotan [pikot-pikotán] n Game of blindfold by hands covering somebody’s eyes. piring-piringan Nag-iidamo kami tong una it pikot-pikotan pag kabilugan it buyan. We were playing at blindfolding eachother by placing our hands over eachother’s eyes during those days when it was full moon.
sikotkot [sikótkot] v 1To be observant; to carefully take notice of things. usisa 2To keep on questioning about every detail.
tipig₂ [típig] vbt To take care of somebody; to surround, enfold somebody in one’s care; to keep somebody safe; to cover somebody with something protective (as of Christ’s blood). paikotan Ingtitipigan it gahom it Diyos ka ida mga anak. God covers his children with His protective power.
tislok [tíslok] 1vt To steal; to pilfer; to be light-fingered. Waya nako gusto it anak nak abang tislok. I don’t like children that are light-fingered. Ingtislok it anak kag lapis it ida kaklase. The child stole the pencil of his classmate. 2adj Given to stealing. 3adj Given to stealing (lit. stealing hands). malikot ang kamay, magnanakaw Kag tislukan it damot nak anak ay narakopey. The child that’s given to stealing has been caught. syn: kupit, matislok.
tiyog [tíyog] 11.1vi To revolve; turn around; to spin around. Nagtitiyog kag trumpo. The top is spinning. (sem. domains: 220.127.116.11 - Move in a circle.) 1.2vt To turn something around; to spin something around. ikot Atiyugon nako kag gripo. I will turn the handle on the faucet. (sem. domains: 18.104.22.168 - Move in a circle.) 22.1vbt To go around somewhere (as a town). Nagtitiniyog kag mga anak sa banwa pag waya’t eskwela. The children go around the town when there’s no school. syn: libot 1, ikot, lipos 2. (sem. domains: 22.214.171.124 - Move back and forth.) 2.2vbt To take somebody around somewhere. (sem. domains: 126.96.36.199.1 - Around.)