kipi₂ [kípî] 1vt To arrange one’s legs close to each other; to arrange one’s shirt modestly. kipot Kipia kag imo sada agur indi ka mabisar-an ni Lola. Arrange your skirt modestly so that you won’t be scolded by Grandma. (sem. domains: 126.96.36.199 - Humble.) 2v To be knock kneed. (sem. domains: 2.1.3 - Limb.)
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kipot [kípot] 1vt To close, constrict around mouth like opening as of an umbrella,seashell, anus of a chicken etc. Pag-abot sa bayay ingkipot nida kag padong. She closed the umbrella when she reached home. (sem. domains: 8.6.4 - Inner part.) 2adj Narrow. 3vi To become narrow; to get smaller; to get closer together (as of a wound, infected eyes, a lamp flame, a road, line of a skirt). Nagkipot kag ida sada pagtaba nida. Her skirt got smaller for her when she became fatter. 4vt To make something narrower. makipot Sinra kag nagkipot it tong karsada. They were the ones who made the street narrower. (sem. domains: 188.8.131.52.2 - Between.) 5adj Shy. (sem. domains: 184.108.40.206.3 - Shy, timid, 220.127.116.11.1 - Ashamed.)
kiri-kiri hili-hili [kiri-kíri hili-híli] idiom - Convert to subentry To play hard to get; protesting but enjoying courtship, lovemaking. pakipot Kiri-kiri hili-hili pa ra sida ay gusto yang rang haruan. She’s playing hard to get still but she just likes being kissed though. (sem. domains: 18.104.22.168 - Suffer, 22.214.171.124 - Unlucky.)
pakipot₁ [pakípot] adj Coy; play hard to get. pakipot Bag-o nida sabton tong nagpapangrayaga sa ida ay nagpakapakipot anay sida. Before she said yes to the man courting her she played hard to get.
pakipot₂ [pakípot] adj Coy; playing hard to get. pakipot Abi ni Jose ay indi nida maasawa si Karen dahil pakipot pa kato. Jose thought that he would be able to marry Karen because she was playing hard to get then.