List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter P - Page 10

padalúndun

Hiligaynon

To take or carry along, push on, move; wash down (food), distribute (blood through the veins, etc.). Ang mga ilímnon nagapadalúndun sang áton ginakáon-or-ang áton ginakáon ginapadalundunán sang mga ilímnon. Beverages wash down (carry along) the food we take. Ipadalúndun sa kán-on iníng báso nga bíno. Wash down the rice with this glass of wine.



padámol

Hiligaynon

Caus. of dámol-thick, etc. To thicken, make thick. Ginapadámol níya ang padér. He ordered the wall to be made thick. He had the wall made thicker. Padamóla ang bibínka. Make the bibinca-cake thick. Cook thick bibinca-cakes.


padánag, padán-ag

Hiligaynon

To make clear, bright, light up, illuminate. (see pasánag). (dánag-sánag).


padánas

Hiligaynon

To drag, pull, trail, etc. See pagúyud. (dánas-gúyud).


padándan

Hiligaynon

Caus. of dándan-to weave plain cloth, etc. Also: to cross-examine, heckle, ask many questions in quick succession. Indì ka magpadándan sa ákon. Don't ply me with (ask me) so many questions.


padangól

Hiligaynon

To smoke a big cigar, to fill the mouth with a big cigar, or the like. Abáw, nagapadangól siá. Look, she has crammed a big cigar into her mouth. Indì ka magpadangól sa atubángan sang mga bisíta. Don't smoke such big cigars in the presence of visitors. (see padungál).


padánlug

Hiligaynon

To make slippery. Padanlugá ang dálan. Make the road slippery. Padanlogí ang tinóla sing tagábang. Make the side-dish slippery, i.e. easy to swallow, by putting in some tagábang-leaves. (pa, dánlug).


padánò

Hiligaynon

To tell stories, spread untrue tales or reports. Sín-o ang nagpadánò sang amó nga mga butáng? Who spread such tales? Indì mo pag-ipadánò ang súbung sinâ nga mga pábula. Don't repeat such tales or fables. Also: to backbite, detract, calumniate, slander.


padápat

Hiligaynon

To apply, cause to apply or put on, etc. Ipadápat sa íya iníng bulúng. Apply this lotion to him. Padapáta ang ganháan. Have the door closed. Pinadapátan níla ang íya hubág sing bulúng. They had a sedative put on (applied to) his boil. (pa, dápat).


padáplà

Hiligaynon

To roast meat (of an animal just killed). Magpadáplà kitá ánay sing kárne siníng naíhaw nga báka. Let us roast some meat of this cow that has just been slaughtered. Ginpakán-an níla sa ákon ang íla pinadáplà. They let me partake of their roast meat. They gave me some of their roast meat to eat. Padaplaí man kamí. Roast some meat for us too. (see bóog, íhaw, súgba, sílab, ílab).


padáplang

Hiligaynon

Caus. of dáplang-to splutter.


padáro

Hiligaynon

Caus. of dáro-to plough. Padaróha siá siníng talámnan. Order him to plough this field.


padás

Hiligaynon

Sharp, cutting, sarcastic, satirical, cynical, ironic, acrimonious, sardonic, withering, trenchant, incisive (of speech), rough-spoken, having a sharp tongue; to be or become rough-spoken, etc. Padás siá sing hámbal. He is rough-spoken. Nagpapadás siá sang íya panabát. His answer was cutting (sharp). He answered roughly. He retorted sarcastically. Mahínay siá sing hámbal sádto, ápang karón nagpadás na. Formerly he was gentle of speech, but now he has become quite churlish. (see parás).


pádas

Hiligaynon

Vertebra, spine, chine, backbone, spinal column (of cows, pigs, etc.; see páras id.).


padasô-dasô

Hiligaynon

Recklessness, thoughtlessness, carelessness; careless, reckless, thoughtless; to do carelessly, etc. Sa padasôdasô nga paági. In a careless (reckless) way. (see dasô).


padasón

Hiligaynon

Caus. of dasón-to follow, etc. Padasoná si Hosé sa kay Pédro. Padasoní si Pédro sa kay Hosé. Let José follow Peter. Order José to follow Peter. Ipadasón ko sa íya ang íya sologoón. I shall order his servant to follow him. I'll send his servant after him. Ang beláda pinadasonán (pinadásnan) níla sing isá ka maáyo nga panihápon. After the play they served a good supper. They followed up the play with a good supper. (see padáson, pasunúd).


padáson

Hiligaynon

To follow or do in a regular order or succession. Padasóna ang ímo mga buluhatón. Perform your duties in a regular and orderly manner. Padasónon mo ang mga bátà. Line the children up in order (according to size, by grades or the like). Ang mga soldádo nagapadáson. The soldiers are lined up in order (according to their size, etc.).


padaúg

Hiligaynon

Caus. of daúg-to win, overcome. Also: to surrender, yield, give in, submit, be humble, cede, capitulate.


padáug

Hiligaynon

To compete, try to outdo or subdue, contend, vie with, strive with. Nagapadag-ánay silá. They are competing with each other, trying to outdo one another.


padáus

Hiligaynon

To remonstrate, argue, try to overcome, quarrel, bicker and bite, to urge, incite against, overwhelm with. Nagapadausáy silá. They are arguing (remonstrating) with each other. Indì kamó magpadáus. Don't quarrel. Pinadaúsan akó níya sang idô. He set his dog on me. Ipadáus mo ang idô sa báboy. Send the dog after the pig. Ginapadaúsan lang akó níya sing hámbal, bisán walâ sing katarúngan. He abused me in strong language, though he had no reason for it. (see padag-ánay, sabtánay, país-is).


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