List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter P - Page 171

pirípod

Hiligaynon

See pilípod-to sprinkle, scatter.



pírma

Hiligaynon

(Sp. firmar) Firm, firm-name; signature, sign manual; to sign, subscribe, put one's signature to. Walâ pa siá makapírma, kay may kasablágan siá. He has not been able to sign yet, for he has been detained (occupied, engaged, busy with something else, prevented or impeded). Pirmahí iní. Sign this. Put your signature to this. Napirmahán na balá ang kalig-onán? Is the document signed? Has the document (deed) been signed?


pírma

Hiligaynon

Contr. of konpírma. Anák níya siá sa pírma. He is his godson (goddaughter) by confirmation.


pírme

Hiligaynon

(Sp. firme) Constant, consistent, incessant, uninterrupted, persevering, perpetual, continual, ceaseless, unceasing, persistent, continuous, pertinacious, steady, invariable, regular; firm; strong, lasting; constantly, always, ever, for ever, every moment, all the time, aye, for aye, consistently, etc. Pírme lang siá nagasugál. He is always playing cards. He is for ever gambling. (see dáyon, daláyon, gihápon, sáli, ságad).


piróng

Hiligaynon

(B) Shut, closed (of eyes); to shut, close. See píyong, kípot, pilóng.


pirót

Hiligaynon

One who has the eyelids nearly closed or only half open.


pírot

Hiligaynon

Shut, closed; to shut or close (the eyes), to be shut or closed. Papiróta ang isá sang mga matá mo. Shut (close) one of your eyes. (see píyong, kípot, piróng).


pís-an

Hiligaynon

Having a brood of chickens, broody. Mungá nga pís-an. A hen with a brood of chickens. (see pisô).


pisáda

Hiligaynon

(Sp. pesada) A quantity weighed at a time; one weight of sugar or one picul equal to 63.26 kilos.


písak

Hiligaynon

Wedge, plug, stopple; to plug, wedge in, stopple, put-, drive-, in a wedge. Pisáki ang arádo. Put a wedge into the plough. Pánday-písak. An indifferent or inferior kind of carpenter, who is no good at measurements and has frequently to use plugs and wedges in order to make things fit.


písan

Hiligaynon

To be or become diligent, assiduous, zealous, active, energetic, indefatigable, hardworking; to apply oneself to with zeal, perform diligently. Nagpísan siá karón, ápang sang úna matámad siá magtoón. Now he is diligent, but formerly he was too lazy to study. Pisáni gid ang ímo pagtóon, pagpangabúdlay, etc. Study with great application, work with zeal, etc. Ginapisánan níla ang pagáni. They are working hard,-hard at work (diligent or industrious) at harvesting rice. Kon mapisanán (note the accent!) akó mahápit akó sa ímo baláy. If I feel inclined (disposed or in form) I will pay you a visit at your home.


pisándo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. pisar) To walk, stroll, visit. Malúyag siá magpisándo sa--. He likes to visit--. He wants to go to--. (see lakát, kádto, paseár, dúaw, támbong).


pisáng

Hiligaynon

Potsherd, shard, a piece of broken pottery or the like; broken, maimed, mutilated, having a piece broken off. (see pingás).


písang

Hiligaynon

To knock or break off a piece or bit of glass, pottery, etc. (see píngas).


pisár

Hiligaynon

See pesár-to weigh, etc.


pisára

Hiligaynon

(Sp. pizarra) Slate; blackboard, hyloplate.


písaw

Hiligaynon

A small penknife edged at the point somewhat like a chisel and used for sharpening pencils, etc.


pisáw

Hiligaynon

A wink, nod, sign; to wink, blink, twinkle, nod, give a sign by moving the eyes, open and shut the eyes rapidly.


pisáw-písaw

Hiligaynon

A kind of small tree.


pisáw-pisáw

Hiligaynon

To blink, twinkle, wink; to open and shut the eyes rapidly; to nictitate. Dim. and Freq. of pisáw. (see pamilók, pamilókpilók, pamisókpisók).


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