List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter P - Page 185

pugátì, pugatî

Hiligaynon

White, bright; to be or become white, shine brightly from afar; be covered with dust. Náno yádtong nagapugatî sa maláyô? What is it that shines so brightly over there in the distance? (see putî).



pugáwa

Hiligaynon

The threads that cross the warp and form the web; the threads of the weft or woof; cross beams, transverse laths, or the like.


púgdaw

Hiligaynon

To fall or break asunder, disintegrate, fall to pieces, crumble. Nagapúgdaw ang mga sinipád sang búlak. The petals of the flower are dropping off, the flower is falling to pieces. (see púgday).


púgday

Hiligaynon

Piece, part, crumb; to fall to (go to) pieces, disintegrate, crumble, break up, break asunder (of clods of earth, lumps of salt or sugar, etc.). Napúgday (Nagkapúgday) na ang mga pugá sa inaradóhan, kay naulanán sing madámol. The clods of earth in the ploughed field have crumbled, because they have been soaked with rain. Pugdayá ang bilóg nga kalámay. Crush the lump of sugar.


púgì

Hiligaynon

To fasten the threads of the warp to the cloth-roller in a weaving loom, to start, begin, do or use something for the first time. Nakapúgì ka na sang ímo haláblon? Have you tied to the roller the warp of the new web? Pugíi ang pulugían sang bunáng nga haláblon. Fasten on the cloth-roller the yarn to be woven. (see pulogían).


pugí-ot, pugíot

Hiligaynon

Troubled, etc. See purogí-ot.


pugíta

Hiligaynon

Cuttle-fish, ink-fish; octopus. (see kugíta).


púgnak

Hiligaynon

A gush or flow of liquid from a vessel turned upside down; to pour out a liquid with some force, (as by turning a bottle, ewer, etc. upside down). Nagpúgnak ang túbig sa pitsíl, kay íya ginpatabulî. The water gushed (poured all at once) out of the pitcher for he turned it upside down. (see búswak, púswak, búgwak).


púgo

Hiligaynon

A kind of skin-disease resembling prickly heat. Also used as verb. Pinúgo siá kahápon, kay nagsakáy sa karabáw kag natalithihán. Yesterday he contracted the skin-disease "púgo" on account of riding on a buffalo when a light rain was falling.


púgo

Hiligaynon

See pógo.


púgon

Hiligaynon

See pógon-to labour, work for daily wages.


púgot

Hiligaynon

See púgut-to behead, decapitate.


pugóy

Hiligaynon

See pugóy-pugóy.


pugóy-pugóy

Hiligaynon

Very simple, unadorned, plain; one who is slovenlily or shabbily dressed; a simpleton. Walâ makakúhà sing prémyo ang íla mga baláybálay sa amó nga paindísíndis, kay támà gid ka pugóypugóy. Their booths were given no prize in that competition, because they were far too plain (without any decorations, etc.).


púgsa

Hiligaynon

A boil, ulcer or tumour (especially one on the back). Also used as verb. Pinúgsa siá. He has a púgsa-boil. Pinugsahán siá sa bulî. He has an ulcer on his seat.


púgsak

Hiligaynon

To do something with force or violence, as kicking, stamping, throwing something on the floor, etc. (see púsdak, búgsak).


púgtak

Hiligaynon

Dot, spot; to dot or spot, to embroider in various colours, make fine needle-work.


pugták-púgtak

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of púgtak. Spotted, variegated, dotted; not near together, placed singly or apart. (see atákaták). The frequentatives pamúgtak and pamugtákpúgtak are more used in the meaning of: to embroider.


pugúng

Hiligaynon

To repress, restrain, check, prevent, curb, hold-, keep-, back (in check), to hinder, impede, control, withhold. Púnggi ang kaákig mo. Curb your anger. Pinúnggan níya siá sa pagkáon sing kárne. He prevented him from eating meat. Daw sa dílì na mapúnggan ang dakû níya nga dumút. His great hatred can scarcely be repressed now. It looks as if his intense hatred has got beyond his control. Walâ níya mapúnggi sa gilayón ang nagadalágan nga áwto kag ang makalolóoy nga táo nadalasâ. He could not stop at once the racing automobile and the poor man was run over. (see puút, sagáng, tápnà).


púgus

Hiligaynon

To press-, clasp-, strain-, to one's bosom, to embrace, clasp in one's arms, throw one's arms around, to hug, cuddle, strain-, fold-, clasp-, in one's arms (embrace). (see hakús, abráso).


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