List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter P - Page 191

punâ-punâ

Hiligaynon

Dim. of punâ. Small separate pieces or parcels; small articles, essays, stories, paragraphs, or the like.



púnas

Hiligaynon

See húgas-to rinse, clean with water, etc. (púnas seems to have been introduced from the Tagalog dialect).


púnaw

Hiligaynon

To make or become dizzy, confused, grow weak or faint, become upset (through fear, or the like). Indì ka maglántaw sa idálum kon dídto ka sa matáas nga lingganáyan, kay mapúnaw ka gid. Don't look down when you are there on the high belfry or you will feel dizzy. Napúnaw (Nagkapúnaw) siá sang mga pilás ni Fuláno. She got a shock (fainted, was mentally confused or upset) when she saw N.N.'s wounds. (see língin, lipóng).


punawón

Hiligaynon

One who is easily upset or frightened, nervous, giddy, dizzy, timid, apprehensive, frightened out of one's wits. (see púnaw).


púnay

Hiligaynon

Pigeon, dove. (see salampáti).


punáy-púnay

Hiligaynon

Dim. of púnay. Also: to talk of love, to spoon, to bill and coo (of boys and girls).


púnda

Hiligaynon

(Sp. fonda) Inn, tavern, public house, saloon, refreshment-room, restaurant, tea-shop, eating-house. (see talangwáyan, karihán, tiánggi, kalán-an).


púnda

Hiligaynon

(Sp. funda) Casing, cover, pillow-slip, pillow-case. (see baláhos, putús, pulútsan, sang, ulúnan).


pundág-púndag

Hiligaynon

To stamp the feet, shuffle the feet. (pundákpúndak id.).


pundák-púndak

Hiligaynon

See pundágpúndag, pusádpúsad.


pundíyo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. fondillos) The seat of a pair of trousers; wide, loose trousers as used by the Chinese.


púndo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. fondo) Funds, capital, stock, assets. (see pahunán, pílak).


púndo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. fondo) To gather, collect, accumulate; to stop, unhitch, (of a cart, etc.). Nagapúndo lang ang túbig dirí, kay walâ sing iligán. The water collects (accumulates) here for want of an outlet. (see supón).


púndok

Hiligaynon

Heap, cluster, collection; colony; district comprising several towns, electoral district. (see puód).


púng-aw

Hiligaynon

Dreary, lonely, sad, lone, forlorn, solitary, unfrequented, cheerless, lorn (poetical); to become dreary, etc. Ginapung-awán akó. I feel lonely. Sádto ánay masádya iníng lugár, ápang karón nagpúng-aw na. Formerly this was a cheerful place, but now it has become lonely. (see míngaw, sím-ong).


púng-it

Hiligaynon

Dry mucus adhering to the nostrils.


pung-itón

Hiligaynon

One why has dry mucus adhering to the nostrils, as a child that has not been taught to wipe its nose.


púng-ot

Hiligaynon

Catarrh, cold in the head, stuffed (stopped, stopt) nostrils, running from the nose; to obstruct or stuff the nostrils, etc. Ginapung-otán (Ginapúngtan) akó. My nose is stuffed up (clogged up). I have a catarrh. I have a cold in the head.


pungâ

Hiligaynon

(H) Scarcely able to breathe, breathless, gasping, panting for breath; to gasp or pant for breath, as one drowning or near suffocation. (see púnghà).


pungá

Hiligaynon

Having the nostrils stuffed, clogged, stopped or obstructed; talking through the nose. Táo nga pungá. One whose nose is stopped up. Pinungá is used as verb: to snuffle, talk as if through the nose or with clogged nostrils. Indì ka magpinungá. Indì mo pagpinungahón ang ímo panghámbal. Don't talk through the nose. Don't snuffle-in your talk,-when you talk.


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