Meaning of kátin



a. for things to be suspended or hanging higher than the normal level. Iubus-ubus paghikut ang muskitíru, kátin ra kaáyu, Hang the mosquito net a little lower. Its edges are too high; v. hang, be suspended in mid-air or not hanging down as far as the normal level. Mikátin (nakátin) ang íyang sinínà kay mabdus man siya, Her dress is kind of up in the front because she is pregnant. udtung —, — ang búlan half-moon in the last quarter (so called because the moon is high in the sky at daybreak).