List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter P - Page 159

pidô-pidô

Hiligaynon

A sneak, mean, servile fellow, a coward; to slink away, sneak off, go away silently and noiselessly (out of fear or shame). The Freq. pamidôpidô is more in use as verb, pidôpidô as noun and adjective. Daw idô siá nga nagapidôpidô (nagapamidôpidô). He is like a dog that slinks away quietly.



pidyô-pídyò

Hiligaynon

A loafer, vagabond, parasite, one living at the expense of others; one who always asks for favours, discount, etc. (see paniróngsiróng, pamidyôpidyò).


pié

Hiligaynon

(Sp. pié) Foot (measure of length). (see tápak).


piél

Hiligaynon

(Sp. fiel) Faithful, trustworthy, etc. See salalígan, matútum, matinoóhon.


piérde

Hiligaynon

(Sp. perder) To lose, perish, succumb. Napiérde siá sa búlang, sugál, komérsyo, etc. He lost in the cockpit, at the gaming table, in business, etc. Ginpierdehán níya ang bilí sang karabáw sing limá ka mángmang. He lost five pesos on the buffalo. Ginpiérde sang bágyo ang íya mga lubí. His coconut palms were destroyed by the hurricane. (see pérde).


piésta

Hiligaynon

(Sp. fiesta) Feast, festival; to celebrate a feast. Piestahá ang ínyo patrón. Celebrate the feast of your Patron. Walâ níla pagpiestahí ang íla Patrón sang túig nga tinalíkdan. Last year they did not celebrate the feast of their Patron Saint. (see pándut).


píga

Hiligaynon

Hard, troublous, difficult (of times, life, etc.). Nagpíga ang íya pangabúhì. His life became hard. Píga karón ang íya pangabúhì. His life at present is full of troubles. (see pigádo).


pigá-píga

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of píga and more in use than the simple píga.


pigádo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. pegado) See píga, pikóta, malisúd, lapígot).


pígang

Hiligaynon

To extend by spreading, to spread all over, applied especially to skin-diseases like katúl. Nagapígang ang katúl sa kamót sang bátà. The katúl is spreading all over the child's hand.


pígaw

Hiligaynon

Frail, feeble, weak, infirm, delicate; to become frail, feeble, infirm, to weaken (intransitive). Nagpígaw siá kútub sang pagbalatián níya. Since he was ill, he became feeble. He has been feeble since his illness. Napigáwan akó sa íya. He looks delicate to me. (see lúya).


pigáy-pígay

Hiligaynon

Staggering, wabbling, toddling; to stagger, toddle, wabble, wobble, totter, waddle. (see balúdbálud, hungáyhungáy).


píghol

Hiligaynon

Hardened or lumpy rice; clod, lump, cluster, mass (of rice, earth, or the like, sticking together). (see bigól, púg-a, pugá).


pígkang

Hiligaynon

Clotted, pasted, glued together; to be clotted, etc. Ang íya bohók gomón kag nagpígkang sang dugô. His hair was dishevelled and clotted with blood.


pígok

Hiligaynon

A kind of fish.


pígos

Hiligaynon

To press, compress, squeeze, grip tightly or firmly; to oppress, treat harshly or unjustly. Pinígos níya siá sang íya mga bútkon. He held him firmly with his arms. He gripped him tightly. Indì mo pagpigóson ang mga mamumugón. Don't oppress workmen. (see limólimó, lúgus).


pígot

Hiligaynon

To close, join, put together. (see píkot, kípot).


pigót-pigotán

Hiligaynon

Back, end of the spine, coccyx, anus. (see pígot, pígtot).


pigóton

Hiligaynon

Closed, close, near together, narrow (aperture, etc.).


pígsà

Hiligaynon

To compress, squeeze. Pigsaá ang íya túdlò. Squeeze his finger. Ginpígsà sang manughilót ang íya bútkon. The massagist compressed (kneaded) his arm. (see pisíl, ipít, písgà).


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