List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter P - Page 189

púlpito

Hiligaynon

(Sp. púlpito) Pulpit. (see walihán).



púlpug

Hiligaynon

To strike or beat against something, a burning piece of wood, a lit cigar, or the like; to strike, box, pommel. Pulpugí sang ímo abáno ang bulutángan sang abó, agúg índì madágdag (magkadágdag) sa salúg ang abó. Knock your cigar against the ash-tray, lest the ash should (so that the ash may not) fall on the floor. Ipúlpug ang sarísì sa bató, agúd magkalatáktak ang mga bága. Beat your torch against the stone, that the charred parts may fall off. (see pókpok).


pulséras

Hiligaynon

(Sp. pulsera) Bracelet; wristlet.


púlso

Hiligaynon

(Sp. pulso) Pulse, pulsation; that part of the wrist where the pulse is felt. (see bayóbáyo).


pulúd

Hiligaynon

To hew-, chop-, cut-, down, fell (a tree, etc.). Púdla (puludá, pulurá) ang páhò. Cut down the mango tree. Ipulúd iníng wásay sa káhoy. Use this hatchet to chop down (fell) the tree with. (see tapás, púkan).


puludánan

Hiligaynon

(H) A large (bamboo) bobbin for winding yarn on. (see polóndan).


puludanán

Hiligaynon

The back. See pudanán.


púlug

Hiligaynon

See pólog-to plate, cover with gold.


pulugían

Hiligaynon

Cloth-roller. See purogían.


pulúgnan

Hiligaynon

(H) Work, employment, service, job, etc. See palamúgnan, pamulúgnan, alagarán, púgon).


See pologohán, pológwan-a chicken-basket, etc.


pulúkà

Hiligaynon

To cluster together, crowd, be many, be crowded together. (see kútò, gutúk).


pulukanón

Hiligaynon

What is to-, should-, be felled, as a tree, etc. (see púkan).


(H) Speech, words, language, expression, utterance. Sa maáthag kag matahúm nga pululungón íya ginpaháyag ang íya nga katarúngan. In clear and beautiful language he unfolded (made clear) his argument. (see púlong).


pulún-on

Hiligaynon

What is to-, should-, can-, be filled; vacant, empty. (see punô).


pulúnton

Hiligaynon

(H) Fit for or to be used for building a punút (fish-trap). Kawáyan nga pulúnton. Bamboo destined (intended) for the making of a fish-trap. (see purúnton id.).


(H) What is to be plucked, fruit to be gathered from trees, etc. (see pópò, pamópò).


pulús

Hiligaynon

Advantage, benefit, profit, gain, use, usefulness, service, help, stead, avail; value, worth, efficacy; to be of use, be profitable, advantageous, useful. May pulús pa inâ. That is quite useful still. Walâ sing pulús iní. This is no good, is of no use. Indì na ikáw makapulús sinâ. Indì mo na mapúslan inâ. You can no longer get any advantage out of that. That is of no avail (no good) to you any more. Ginpúslan níya sing dakû ang amó nga kahigayónan. He made very good use of the occasion. He took advantage of the occasion. He profited by the opportunity. (see himulús).


pulús

Hiligaynon

All without exception, one and all, every one of them. Iníng mga páhò pulús gid mga maáyo. These mangoes are all good, there is not a bad one amongst them. Ang mga pumulúyò sang ámon bánwa pulús mga katóliko. The inhabitants of our town are all (All the people in our town are) Catholics without exception. Pulusá lang ísdà ang súd-an ta karón sa panyága. Serve only fish as a side-dish for our dinner. (see tanán, pasáy).


púlus

Hiligaynon

Fez, turban, cap, cover for the head; to wind round, cover (the head). (see tútub, tutúb, kálò).


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