List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter P - Page 102

pangin

Hiligaynon

A prefix expressing mostly the idea of becoming, or being changed into, what the root implies. For magapangin-and magpangin-"mangin-is often used and for nagpangin-"nangin-". Pagpanginímol-to become poor. Nanginímol siá. He became poor. Iníng diótay nga tanúm manginkáhoy (magapanginkáhoy) kunína. This small plant will finally grow or develop into a tree. Indì ka na maginúm, kay manginhubúg ikáw. Don't drink any more, or you will become fuddled. Manginmatáy siá ánay sang sa magbúhat sinâ. He would rather die than do that. He prefers death to doing that. Nanginsúbung siá sa (sang)--. He became like--.



panginahán

Hiligaynon

To ask for assistance, help, recommendation, etc. Manginahán kitá sa kay Fuláno, agúd madángat ta ang áton ginakinahánglan sa pangúlopuód. Let us ask for N.N.'s recommendation, so that we may obtain what we want from the Provincial Governor. (see pangarímo).


panginám-kínam

Hiligaynon

Freq. of kinámkínam. To smack one's lips; try the taste of. Kon íya makítà iní manginám-kínam siá gid. When he sees this he will smack his lips (with pleasure).


pangináon

Hiligaynon

Eating, feasting (of many); to feast, banquet, eat. (see káon).


To augment, gather force or strength, increase, add to. (see dúgang, sárga).


pangínhas

Hiligaynon

To gather or collect shell-fish. (see pakinháson).


panginhásan

Hiligaynon

Place where shell-fish (pakinháson) are often found.


panginhawák

Hiligaynon

To put the arms akimbo, i.e. with the elbows pointing outwards, and the hands resting on the hips. (háwak). (see paninghawák).


pangínit

Hiligaynon

Freq. of ínit-to wax hot, get angry, have one's blood boiling with rage or passion. Kon makabatî siá sinâ, magapangínit gid ang íya láwas sa kaákig. If he hears of it, he will be boiling with rage.


panginláman

Hiligaynon

To be apprehensive of danger, be wary and cautious, fear. Nagapanginláman siá nga--. He is full-of apprehension that--,-of fear, lest--.


panginmatáy

Hiligaynon

To die, do away with oneself, choose to die, give one's life willingly. Manginmatáy akó, ápang dílì gid akó magbúhat sinâ. I will rather die than do that. (see patáy, matáy).


panginpalús

Hiligaynon

To slip out, escape. (see palús, panimúdlus).


panginsálà

Hiligaynon

To put the blame on, hold responsible, make answer for, accuse, lay the guilt upon. Ginapanginsálà níla sinâ yádtong mga ponoán nga--. They put the blame for it on those officials that--. Ikáw gid ang ákon pagapanginsaláon, kon--. I'll hold you responsible, if--. I'll call you to account, if--. (see sumálà).


panginsapó

Hiligaynon

To take out from a hidden recess, get from a known hiding place. Panginsápwa lang dídto ang agás. Just get the petroleum from where you know it is kept. (see sapó).


Disappointment, chagrin, vexation, annoyance; to be grieved, hurt, disappointed, displeased, vexed, annoyed; to be in a complaining or bad humour. Nagapanginsawâ ang kálag níya, kay walâ magdúaw sa íya si Fuláno. He complains (is in a bad humour), because N.N. has not visited him. Manginsawâ siá kon índì mo siá pagagdahón. He will feel hurt, if you do not invite him. (see panaginsáwà).


panginwálà

Hiligaynon

To deny, disown, repudiate, say "no", contradict, disavow, belie, refuse to admit an imputation, or the like; denial, disavowal, repudiation, etc. (see wálà, walâ).


panginyáwat

Hiligaynon

To be avaricious, covetous of more, be (inordinately) eager to increase one's possessions, to be selfish or greedy; to be anxious to take advantage of, to avail oneself of an opportunity. (see pangunyádî, himulús).


pangipî-kípì

Hiligaynon

Freq. of kipí-kípì-to tuck up, gather round, etc.


pangípol

Hiligaynon

See panagíp-ol id. (see pangímon).


pangípot

Hiligaynon

To evacuate, void the bowels. (see ípot, pamús-on).


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