n. scale-like crust on the skin; v. have such scale-like encrustation on one’s skin. Butangig lána ang ímung bitíis kay nagkaliskis (gikaliskis), Rub oil on your legs because they have scales on them.
a. 1. sudden; 2. suddenly, abruptly. Sa kalit lámang nalímut siya kanákù, He suddenly forgot all about me; v. 1. happen suddenly, quickly. Nikalit (nakalit) lag abli ang pultahan, The door opened suddenly; 2. do something suddenly, quickly. Átù ning kalitug kúhà, Let’s grab this quickly. Gikalitan ku siyag haluk, I suddenly kissed her. Ayawg ikalit pagbutang, Don’t put it down hastily; 3. be surprised, caught unaware. Nakalitan siya sa balità. Walà giyud siyang katíngug, He was shocked by the news. He couldn’t speak. kalitkálit v. squeeze in something in one’s spare time. Nagkalitkálit silag ábut, They took time out for a quick tryst. Kalitkalíti nag silhig, Take out a few moments and sweep it. pa- v. take someone by surprise. Átù siyang pakalitan arun dílì makapangandam, Let’s take him by surprise so that he cannot prepare himself. paniN- v. 1. see kalitkálit; 2. walk out on someone or one’s obligation. Dílì ku makapaningalit kanímu kay ikaw may ákung pakaslan, I can’t desert you, for I am going to marry you. Wà kung kauban níla kay íla man kung gipaningalitan, I did not get to go with them because they walked out on me. ma-(→) a. sudden. Makálit nga katalagman, A sudden calamity. ma-un(←) a. do things on the spur of the moment, without proper thought. Makalítun ka ra kaáyu sa ímung mga sáad, You are two-faced in your promises.