sigpit1nTightness (as of clothing or shoes).Bang bihān in sigpit sin badjuꞌ yan, diꞌ sumarang kaniya.If such is the tightness of that dress (i.e., If that dress is that tight), it won’t fit her.vST pat -um-, mag-.(For clothing or shoes) to become tight, (for people) to be or become crowded.Simigpit in badjuꞌ ini kākuꞌ.This dress has become tight for me.Magsigpit na in manga tau ha lawm jīp bang ganapan in pasahiru.The people will be crowded in the jeep if any more passengers get in.adjmasigpit(Of clothing or shoes) tight.Masigpit in tawmpaꞌ yan kākuꞌ.Those shoes are tight for me.2nDifficulty, hardship.Siyandalan niya minsan unu in sigpit sin pagꞌiskul ha supaya siya makatalus.He endured whatever difficulty arose in his schooling in order to finish.viST pat mag-, -um-.(For earning a living, one’s situation) to become difficult, (for people) to get in difficulty, (for one’s mind) to get in a dilemma.Sumigpit in kabuhianan niyu bang kaw maīg dayn ha hinang.Your living will become difficult if you leave your job.Bang way sīn mu, sumigpit in pamikil mu.If you don’t have money, your mind gets in a dilemma.vtran -an.To tighten (something, fig.); make (something) difficult (for someone).Sigpitan ku na in pagdihil balanjaꞌ pa magꞌuuma.I’ll tighten up the giving of expense money to the farmers (i.e., give them less).nkasigpitanA difficult situation, difficult circumstances.Bang kaw ha lawm kasigpitan, pangayuꞌ kaw tabang ha Tuhan.If you’re in a difficult situation, ask for God’s help.adjmasigpitIn difficulty, hard pressed, perplexed, in a dilemma, at one’s wit’s end; (of earning a living) difficult.Masigpit in pamikil ku pasal sin parakalaꞌ yan.I’m at my wit’s end over that problem.Masigpit in pagꞌusaha bihaun.Business is difficult nowadays.Cf.hunit 1

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