List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter P - Page 152

patumbáyà

Hiligaynon

To neglect, abandon, shirk, bestow no care upon or pay no attention to. Indì mo pagpatumbayáan ang ímo mga tulumánon. Don't neglect your duties. Ginapatumbayáan gid lang níya ang pagpatoón sa íya mga kabatáan. He pays no attention to the education of his children.



patumbáyag

Hiligaynon

To walk quickly, run, etc. See patabáyag.


patúmtum

Hiligaynon

To take aim, aim at, point at (with a revolver, or the like). (see túmtum, táyà, paatúbang, túmud).


patunâ-túnà

Hiligaynon

To originate, invent, bring about, be the cause of; cause, origin, work, deed, doing. (see patók-pátok, patúga, túnà).


patúnto

Hiligaynon

To play the fool, allow oneself to be duped or made a fool of, be silly, act foolishly or stupidly. Nagpatúnto siá sa íla. He allowed them to fool him. He was (became) their dupe. They gulled (cheated, tricked him easily). (see tónto, paunís, pahásò).


patupâ

Hiligaynon

Caus. of tupâ-to fall or alight upon, etc. Pinatúp-an níya si Fuláno sang íya kamót. He struck N.N. He laid hands on N.N.


patúpad

Hiligaynon

Caus. of túpad. To remove to the side of, join to, bring near or close to. (see paatúbang).


patupád

Hiligaynon

To be at-, go to-, the side of. (see tupád).


patúpling

Hiligaynon

To light, alight, settle upon, come to, arrive at, land, take up one's abode, come to rest (said particularly of fugitives, runaways, vagabonds, or the like). Túbtub karón walâ sing nakasáyod kon diín siá nagpatúpling (napatúpling). To this moment nobody knows where he is or where he has taken up his abode. (see túpling).


patúpung

Hiligaynon

Caus. of túpung. To be equal to; to equalize, make equal, make uniform, to match, cause to correspond or to come up to the same standard.


patupúng

Hiligaynon

To stand about idle, stand leaning against a wall or the like. Indì kamó magpatupúng sa gangháan. Don't stand there in the doorway. Nagapatupúng gid lang silá dirâ sa kodál. They are leaning idly against the fence. (see táyod, pamuágpuág).


paturá

Hiligaynon

To reserve, guard, put by, keep for. Patúd-i (paturahí, paturaí) sing kalan-ónon ang útud mo nga walâ dirí. Keep some sweetmeats for your absent sister. Ipapaturá sa manuglútò iníng laúya. Let the cook put by this piece of boiled meat. (pa, turá). (see pabilín, pasalín).


paturâ-túrà

Hiligaynon

Caus. of turâtúrà-to shake, etc. Ipaturâtúrà sa íya ang manók túbtub nga magsámpok. Let him shake and set on the cock till it gets up a fighting spirit.


patúras

Hiligaynon

To be exposed to the rain, heat, elements, etc., stand (defy, brave) the rain, heat, etc. Indì ka magpatúras sa ulán, sa ínit. Don't expose yourself to the rain, the heat of the sun.


paturís-túris

Hiligaynon

Ado, fuss, bustle, formality, fooling, warning, or the like; to fuss, bustle, fool, play, behave in a silly manner, perform with much ado. Sa walâ sing paturístúris dáyon níya akó sinúmbag. Without warning he struck (boxed) me. Walâ gid sing madámù nga paturístúris. Without fuss, bustle or much ado. Without many formalities.


patúsà

Hiligaynon

(B) To insist, importune, press or force upon. See pagâgâ.


patútù

Hiligaynon

To strive, aim at, seek to obtain, be active or energetic, work with diligence or application; be a good boy. (see panútò).


patutús

Hiligaynon

To yield, give in, submit, etc. See patubalíng, paubág.


patúwad

Hiligaynon

To make gallop, to gallop (transitive), put to the gallop or canter. Patuwára ang kabáyo. Gallop the horse. Ginpatúwad níya ang karabáw. He made the buffalo run fast. (pa, túwad).


patúyang

Hiligaynon

To have one's will, or way, go one's own way, do as one likes (pleases, chooses) or to follow one's own inclination for. Ang mga manggaránon saráng makapatúyang sang íla mga lúyag. Rich folks can afford to do as they please. Ipatúyang lang ang ímo pílak. Do what you like with your money. (see pasamíyang, pagusá).


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