v. 1. for something to present in greater amounts than usual. Naghítak ang kwarta sa súgal, There’s lots of money around at the gambling game; 2. become a mire, for a place to turn to mud. Muhítak (mahítak) ning dapíta ug dì bunbúnan ug balas, This place will become a mire if you don’t put sand over it; a. be a mire. Hítak kaáyu ning ubus sa panghugasan, The ground beneath the sink is all mud.
v. for a child to have constant indigestion. Ang bátang taudtaud káun mahital, A child that doesn’t eat on a regular basis develops digestive disorders; a. having constant diarrhea and a distended stomach.
a. full to the point that pressure is being exerted; v. be, become swollen with fullness. Nanghiting ang íyang tútuy kay mabdus, Her breasts were full because she was pregnant. (←) a. extremely full; v. become extremely full. Naghíting ákung tiyan sa kabusug, My stomach is filled to bursting. hitinghiting see hiting.