List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter P - Page 162

píl-as

Hiligaynon

Steep, precipitous, high, sheer. (see hándog, tindógon).



píl-ay

Hiligaynon

To tire, stiffen, cause stiffness or cramps. Nagakapíl-ay ang íya láwas. He is getting very tired (stiff). (see pául, lúyà).


pilá

Hiligaynon

(H) How many? How much? An uncertain number (but usually more than one). Pilá ka mángmang ang kinahánglan mo? How many pesos do you need? Pilá ang ginbáyad mo sinâ-or-pilá ang bakál mo sinâ? How much did you pay for that-or-for how much did you buy that? Mga pilá lang ka táo ang nagtalámbong. Only a few people attended. Pilá ang edád mo-or-pilá ka túig ang edád mo? How old are you? What is your age? (pirá id.).


píla

Hiligaynon

(Sp. fila) Line, row, tier; to stand in a line or row. Nagapíla ang mga soldádo. The soldiers are standing in line. (see ídas, kátay).


píla

Hiligaynon

(Sp. pila) Stone trough or basin; font, Holy water stoup. Píla bautismál. Baptismal Font.


píla

Hiligaynon

To excoriate, abrade, chafe. Napiláhan ang bulî ko sang maláwig nga pagsakáy ko sa kabáyo. My seat became sore from long riding on horseback. (see piláhon).


pilágpilág

Hiligaynon

Spread out, not close or dense, sparse, thin (with many gaps). Pilágpilág dirí ang maís sa talámnan. Here the corn is growing sparsely over the field (with many empty spaces). (see lakâ, malakâ).


piláhon

Hiligaynon

Excoriated, abraded, chafed, sore (of skin); bed-sore; bedridden. Presentádo gánì, piláhon. One who presents himself has a sore skin i.e. one who presents himself to another has usually-something to ask,-some complaint to make,-"an axe to grind". (see píla).


pílak

Hiligaynon

Silver; money; to turn into money. Pilákon mo lang iníng mga kadiós. Turn these cadios-peas into money. Make money on these cadios-peas, (i.e. sell them).


pilák

Hiligaynon

To throw-, cast-, chuck-, away, fling off, hurl. Ipilák sa gwâ iníng mga ságbot. Throw this rubbish out. Pilakí akó sing isá ka sipî nga ságing. Throw me a cluster of bananas.


pilákan

Hiligaynon

Rich, moneyed, monied, having much silver or money. (see manggaránon, bangkílan, aligyanán).


pílas

Hiligaynon

To wound, inflict a wound, cut, slash, gash, to injure; to hurt, wound (one's feelings). Indì mo siá pagpilásan (pagpiláson). Don't wound him. Ginpílas níya ang ákon tagiposóon. He hurt my feelings. Walâ siá pagpilása sang ruéda sang káro, kóndì pinahánog lang ang íya bútkon. The cart-wheel did not inflict a wound on him, but only bruised his arm.


pilás

Hiligaynon

Wound, cut, slash, gash, incision, injury; pain, grief, sorrow.


pilasón

Hiligaynon

Wounded, injured, crippled. Ang mga pilasón íla gindalá sa hospitál. They carried the wounded to the hospital. Pilasón man siá, ápang pikíti lang. He was wounded also, but only slightly.


piláy

Hiligaynon

Inclined, turned sideways or downwards (downward), not straight; to hang down, droop. Ang mga súngay siníng báka piláy. The horns of this cow are turned downwards.


piláy-pílay

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of piláy. Also: to tire, exhaust, fatigue. (see búdlay, álay, pául, kápoy, lúya).


(Sp. píldoras) Pill, pellet.


piléw-piléw

Hiligaynon

Summit, etc. See piléw-pilewán, putókputokán.


piléw-pilewán

Hiligaynon

Summit, apex, tip, top, peak, crown, highest point or top of a bamboo, tree, belfry, mountain, or the like. (see alipokpokán, piléwpiléw).


píli

Hiligaynon

A kind of pitch used as incense.


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