List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter P - Page 103

pangirá-kirá

Hiligaynon

To be shy, bashful, self-conscious, ill at ease, to move about restrainedly, appear to be under some restraint. Iníng táo kon magsákà sa baláy walâ sing pangirákirá. When this man comes for a visit, he moves about quite freely, unrestrainedly, makes himself at home. Kon magdúaw ka sa íya índì ka mangirákirá, kay índì siá kaúyon sang pangirákirá. When you pay him a visit, be at your ease, for he does not like a shy, bashful or self-conscious behaviour.



pangísdà

Hiligaynon

Freq. of isdà. To fish, catch fish, ply the trade of a fisherman, go out fishing. Mangísdà kitá. Let us go fishing. Nagapangísdà silá sa báybay. They are out fishing on the beach. (see panágat).


pangisó

Hiligaynon

Freq. of kisó. To wrinkle, crease, form plaits or folds in garments, etc.


pangisó-kisó

Hiligaynon

Dim. of pangisó. Also: to hang down, fall down in folds (of drapery, dresses, etc.).


pangísug

Hiligaynon

Freq. of ísug. To be brave, fearless, dauntless, bold, violent, strong, unyielding, vehement. Nangísug (nagpangísug) silá sa pagtámpad sa mga kaáway. They were full of courage to face their enemies. Mangísug (Magpangísug) ka kag dílì ka magpatubalíng. Be brave and don't give way (don't yield).


pangitâ

Hiligaynon

Corner angle, ridge. Atpi ang pangitâ. Cover the ridge with some roofing material.


pangítà

Hiligaynon

Freq. of kítà. To seek, look for, search for, try to find; to get a livelihood, work or do business for one's living; livelihood, sustenance, means or mode of one's life, business, employment, engagement, occupation. Mangítà ka sing manók. Look for some chicken. Pangitái akó sing páhò. Try to get some mangoes for me. Ginpangítà níya ang nadúlà nga síngsing túbtub nga íya nakítà. He sought for the lost ring till he found it. Anó ang íya pangítà? What does he do for a living? How is he employed? What is his business? Ang mangítà makakítà. Those who seek shall find.


pangití

Hiligaynon

Freq. of itî-droppings; to void the bowels (of birds, etc.).


pangítik

Hiligaynon

Freq. of ítik-to tickle.


pangítok

Hiligaynon

Freq. of ítok-to tickle.


pangitúm

Hiligaynon

To darken, blacken, etc. (see itúm, pangilóm).


pangiyáw

Hiligaynon

To economize, curtail-, check-, curb-, cut down-, one's expenditures, to refrain from spending as much as usual; to avoid, turn away from, keep aloof from. Nagapangiyáw siá karón sa paghinguyáng, kay maíwat kaáyo ang kwárta. He spends little at present, for money is very scarce. Ginapangiyawán lang námon karón ang pagtíg-ang, kay nakulángan kamí sing humáy, kag ang tigaláni malayô pa. We are cooking only a little rice at present, for we have run short and the harvest is still far off. Magpangiyáw (mangiyáw) ka sa pagpatúyang mo sing pílak, kay kon dílì mapúto ka sa dílì madúgay. Refrain from spending money so freely, for otherwise you will be bankrupt before long. Pangiyawí siá. Keep aloof from him. Nagapangiyáw siá, kay may útang siá sa ákon. He avoids me, because he is in debt to me. (see paúmud, likáw).


pángkà

Hiligaynon

Frog, toad. (see pakâ, pánkà).


pángkot

Hiligaynon

To ask information, question, interrogate, inquire. Pangkotá siá kon diín ang íya agálon. Ask him where his master is. Napángkot na siá sing makadámù, ápang walâ siá pagsúgid sang ginpángkot sa íya. He has been asked (already) many times, but-does not tell what is asked of him,-has not answered the questions put to him. Anó ang igapángkot mo sa íya? What are you going to ask him (about)? (see pamángkot, pamangkotánon, pakiána, pangutána).


pangl

Hiligaynon

Pangl-very often stands for panl-in the frequentative forms of words beginning with the letter "l", so much so that both are used indiscriminately for the same word, e.g. panglibák, panlibák; panglápas, panlápas; panglángbas, panlángbas, etc.


panglabíton

Hiligaynon

To cry, weep, wail, sob, lament, complain, mourn or sigh aloud; to cry out, say or speak in a loud voice. (see panalambíton).


panglábnot

Hiligaynon

Freq. of lábnot-to draw, pull out.


panglághap

Hiligaynon

Freq. of lághap-to seek, look for, search for, etc.


panglághit

Hiligaynon

To throw down in disorder, strew, spread, sow. (see lághit).


panglagúlad

Hiligaynon

To travel up and down a country, wander, journey, go sight-seeing or on business through a district, etc. (see lagúlad).


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