List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter P - Page 136

pasándig

Hiligaynon

To lean or let lean against, rest against, lean or rely upon, hold or support oneself by. Ipasándig ang kawáyan sa díngding. Lean the bamboo against the wall. Pasandigá ang masakít sa ulúnan. Let the sick man lean against the pillow. Ipasándig mo ang pagsúgid sang ímo mga salâ sa mga sógò sang Diós. In telling your sins follow the order of the commandments of God. Ang mga ímol nagapasándig sang íla pagláum sa kaló-oy sang Diós kag sang íla isigkatáo. The poor have their hope set on (lean, rest their hope upon) the mercy of God and of their fellowmen. (see sándig).



pásang

Hiligaynon

Very busy, much occupied, giving much work; to be (keep) very busy, have much to do, etc. Pásang gid karón ang pagpamánggas sing maís. At this time the planting of corn is in full swing. Nagapásang gid ang áni sa súbung siní. Just now the rice harvest is-in full swing,-at its height. This is the busiest time of the rice harvest. (see sákò, himásang).


pasáng-pásang

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of pásang. Nagapasángpásang na ang pagtánum. Rice-planting is now getting pretty well under way, (providing employment for a considerable number of people).


pasánghid

Hiligaynon

To test by, compare with, liken to; to have examined, tested. Pasanghirá ang platéro sang ímo buláwan, agúd mahibál-an mo kon matáas ukón manobô. Have your gold tested by the goldsmith that you may know whether it is of high or low value (grade). Pasanghirá siá sa (sang) imo mga buluhatón kag masáyran mo kon may ikasángkol siá ukón walâ. Test him by putting him to work at what you have in hand and you will find out whether he has any capacity for it or not. Ipasánghid mo siá sa kay Fuláno. Compare him with N.N. Have him examined by N.N.


pasángkad

Hiligaynon

To widen, broaden. (pa, sángkad). Kon may pílak lang kitá nga hilinguyángon mahapús kaáyo ang pagpatigáyon sing mga kaayóhan kag saráng man náton mapasángkad kag mapatahúm ang mga dálan sang bánwa. If only we had the money to spend, it would be quite easy to make improvements and we could then also widen and embellish the streets of the town.


pasáog

Hiligaynon

Caus. of sáog-to crawl, creep.


pasapatílya

Hiligaynon

To provide with slippers or shoes, etc. Pasapatilyahí siá. Buy her or provide her with slippers. (sapatílya).


pasapayán

Hiligaynon

To do something with complete indifference as to the outcome, be regardless of consequences. Nagapasapayán lang siá sang paggámà sing kawáyan sa búlan sa Húlyo. He cuts down bamboos with the utmost unconcern during the month of July. Indì mo pagpasapayanán ang ímo pagtoón. Don't be easy-going about your studies. Ginapasapayanán gid lang níya ang tanán nga mga pagtoloóhan. He regards all creeds with indifference. (pa, sapayán).


pasapórte

Hiligaynon

(Sp. pasaporte) Passport; free license; furlough.


pasapút

Hiligaynon

To cover or line with cloth, dress with cloth. Pasaputá siá sang lungón. Let him cover the coffin with cloth (stuck or nailed to the wood). (see sapút).


pasapút

Hiligaynon

To give shelter or lodging to, to shelter, lodge, let stay or remain under one's roof. Sa panahón sang gáling si Fuláno nagapasapút sing madámù nga mga mamumugón sa íya baláy. At the season of sugar-milling N.N.-gives lodging in his house to many workmen,-lodges many workmen in his house. (pa, sapút).


pasár

Hiligaynon

(Sp. pasar) To pass, go by or through, be successful in an examination, etc. Nakapasár siá sa eksámen-or-napasarán níya ang eksámen. He passed the examination. Papasará-or-papasahá siá sa eksámen. Let him pass the examination. Indì ka makapasár dirâ, kay masíot gid ang dálan. You cannot get through there, for the road is densely overgrown. Daw sa índì siá makapasár, kay matámad siá magtoón. He will scarcely be able to pass, because he is so lazy at his lesson. (see ági, lubás, lígad, luás).


pasaríring

Hiligaynon

(B) To do little by little, a little at a time, pay slowly, by instalment, not at once, not in a lump sum, not cash down. Ginapasariríngan lang níya akó sang íya nga hinákay, walâ siá magabáyad sing tingúb. He pays me the rent or lease in small instalments, not in a lump sum.


pasát-um

Hiligaynon

Caus. of sát-um-to guess, fathom, understand.


pasáut

Hiligaynon

Caus. of sáut-to dance. The phrase "mapasáut siá sa bokóg" (Literally: He can be made to dance on a "bokóg" (fish-bone, rib, or the like) means: He has no will or reason of his own, he is ready to believe or to execute whatever he is told to.


pasáw

Hiligaynon

A kind of plant with a large red bud and flower.


pasáy

Hiligaynon

All, one and all, every one, only, nothing else. See pulús id.


pasáy

Hiligaynon

To take a meal without rice or bread, eat only good side-dishes, especially meat and fish. Indì ka magpasáy sang súd-an, kóndì magkáon ka man sing kán-on. Don't eat side-dishes only, but take some rice as well. Indì mo pagpasayón ang manók. Don't eat only chicken. (see páskon).


pasáyan

Hiligaynon

A shrimp, small lobster.


pasayáng

Hiligaynon

To display, show off, walk about in public, strut about, go about ostentatiously, parade oneself; to waste, squander. (see paámpag, patúyang, pabugál, pakitâkitâ).


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