List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter P - Page 192

pungâ-pungâ

Hiligaynon

(H) Breathless, scarcely able to breathe, panting, gasping. Dim. of pungâ.



pungág

Hiligaynon

Forgetful, wandering in one's mind, oblivious, not quite normal, absent, absent-minded, abstracted, wrapt-, lost-, in thought, in a reverie, day-dreaming, wool-gathering, not all there. (see pangág, balingág, tipangág).


púngal

Hiligaynon

To break off short, to break off a horn, or the like, near the root. Sang pagsúngay siníng báka sa isá ang isá níya ka súngay napúngal (nagkapúngal). When this cow fought with another one of its horns was broken off short.


pungál

Hiligaynon

With broken-off horns, having the horns (or one of them) broken with only the stump remaining. Pungál nga báka. A cow with broken horns.


pungángo

Hiligaynon

The stem or stalk of a flower or fruit, peduncle.


pungáy

Hiligaynon

To become weak, feeble, enfeebled, frail. Nagpungáy siá sa balatían. He became weak through sickness. (see lúya).


púnggud

Hiligaynon

Pimple, blackhead, acne, comedo. (see bugás).


púnggul

Hiligaynon

To cut off, lop off, decapitate, behead. Punggulá ang ólo sang mán-og. Cut off the head of the snake. Pinunggulán níya ang manók sang íya ólo. He decapitated the chicken. He chopped off the chicken's head. (see pungól).


púnghà

Hiligaynon

See pungâ-gasping for breath, etc.


punghâ-púnghà

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of púnghà.


púngì

Hiligaynon

To break or twist off; pluck, cull, gather (corn-cobs, etc.). (see lúngi, sipî).


pungíl

Hiligaynon

Having a bit (piece) broken off; to be chipped, said of glass-ware, pottery and crockery. (see písang, pingás, bingáw).


púngil

Hiligaynon

To chip, break off a bit (piece) of glass, pottery, crockery, or the like. (see písang, píngas, bíngaw).


pungís

Hiligaynon

A little, a very small amount, small quantity, morsel, scrap, mite. Isá ka pungís gid lang nga kalámay, tinápay, etc. ang ginhátag níya sa ákon. He gave me only a little sugar, bread, etc. (see diótay, kálwit, púdyot, isót, piripiási).


púngis

Hiligaynon

To give or take a very small amount; to diminish by a little. Ginpungísan lang akó níya sing dútà. He gave me only a small patch of land. (see pungís, báhin, búhin).


púngki

Hiligaynon

A bamboo sling hung on a pole and carried by two men when transporting sand, gravel, stones, coconuts, etc.; to carry or transport by means of a púngki; to have much money, spend money freely.


púngkò

Hiligaynon

To sit down, take a seat, be seated, seat oneself. Púngkò (Magpúngkò, pumúngkò) ka. Be seated. Take a seat. Sit down. Seat yourself. Pungkoí iníng síya. Sit down on this chair. (see língkod).


púngkoy

Hiligaynon

To throw, fling, chuck. Pungkoyá ang báboy sing bató. Throw a stone at the pig. (see bálang, habóy, pilák).


pungó

Hiligaynon

A handful, a bunch, as much as one can grasp with the hand. (see púngpung). Also: the fruit of the nípà palm.


pungól

Hiligaynon

To break off the neck of a bottle, the fingers, arms or legs of a statue, etc.; to maim, cripple. Napungól (nápngol) ang úlo sang laráwan ni San Bisénte. The head of the statue of St. Vincent broke off. (see píngas, kímpul, púnggul, púngil).


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