List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter P - Page 193

pungós

Hiligaynon

(H) The hair tied up in a bunch, knot or chignon. (see posô, pinúngsan).



púngpung

Hiligaynon

A bunch; a handful. (see pulóngpong, pungó, pulóng).


púngpung

Hiligaynon

Darling. (see akáy, índay, bábay).


púngsud

Hiligaynon

Nation, a people, community, state, race, tribe, clan, commonweal. (see dútà, bánwa, lúngsod, ginharían).


púngyot

Hiligaynon

Cluster, group, bunch, tuft. (see húngyot, púngpung).


puní

Hiligaynon

Decoration, adornment, ornamentation, embellishment; to decorate, ornament, adorn, embellish. Punihí ang simbáhan sing maáyo. Decorate the church well. Ipuní iníng mga hénero sa Piésta. Use these pieces of cloth as decorations for the Feast. Ginpunihán níya ang íya kalág sing madámù nga mga birtúdes. She adorned her soul with many virtues. (see hiyás).


puní-púni

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of puní.


púnlas

Hiligaynon

To steep in acid or sour liquids clothes, hemp-fibre, or the like, in order to take out stains and bring back the original colour. Punlasí ang lánot nga balayoón sing daláyap (sing áslum). Steep the hemp for making clothes in a solution of daláyap i.e. the juice of the daláyap orange (in an acid). Nagdalág ang íya báyò; gánì pinunlasán níya, agúd magúlì ang dumáan níya nga duág. His jacket had turned yellow, therefore he steeped it in an acid to bring back its original colour.


punô

Hiligaynon

(H) Full, brimming, brimful; to fill, replenish, charge, brim. Pún-a ang báso. Fill the glass. Pún-i sing bíno iníng kopíta. Fill this glass with wine. Maghimáyà ka, María, nga punô ka sing grásya. Hail Mary, full of grace.


púnò

Hiligaynon

Stump, stem, trunk, bole (of a tree); origin, source, beginning; root, head, chief. Waláy púnò kag waláy útbong. Without head or tail. Having neither head nor tail. A thing that has no sense in it.


punoán

Hiligaynon

Authorities; chief, head, (seldom punóan).


púnong

Hiligaynon

Weir, weel, fish-lock, fish-weir, fish-pond; to dam or dyke a sheet of water, enclose, confine, shut up. (see púnud).


púnpun

Hiligaynon

To gather, collect, shake together into a heap and take up (said of rice spread on mats to dry, of clothes hung on a line or spread in the sun or the like). Punpuná ang humáy. Put the rice together, gather the rice. (see pínpin, típon).


púnse

Hiligaynon

(Sp. ponche) Punch, mixture of intoxicating drinks like tubâ, beer, gin, etc.; to mix intoxicating drinks. Punsehá ang tubâ kag serbésa. Mix the tubâ and beer.


púnsok

Hiligaynon

Group, clump, heap, compact mass, pile, batch, assemblage, gathering, collection, accumulation; to come or gather close together, collect in a heap, form a compact mass, huddle together. Nagapúnsok lang silá dirâ sa pamúsud. They are crowded together in the corner. Punsoká ang mga bató. Gather the stones in a heap.


punsyón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. función) Feast, banquet, dinner, convivial or social party, an entertainment with eating and drinking. May punsyón sa baláy ni Fuláno. There is a social party at N.N.'s house. Mamunsyón kamí sa buás. Tomorrow we are going to have a dinner-party or banquet.


púnta

Hiligaynon

(Sp. punta) Point, sharp end of anything, end; to point or aim at. Puntahá sing maáyo sang pusíl mo ang píspis. Ipúnta sing maáyo ang pusíl mo sa píspis. Take good aim at the bird with your rifle.


púntadiamánte

Hiligaynon

(Sp. punta de diamante) A kind of plant with prickly leaves.


punteríya

Hiligaynon

(Sp. puntería) Aim; pointing a weapon, training or directing a cannon, etc.; to take aim, to aim at, cover (with a gun, or the like). Ginpunteriyáhan níya akó, ápang walâ akó maígò kay naglíksi akó. He aimed at me, but I was not hit, for I jumped aside. Maáyo siá sing punteríya. He is a good (an expert) shot. (see patandâtándà).


puntilyóso

Hiligaynon

(Sp. puntilloso) Punctilious; moody, subject to fits of bad temper. (see barinóhon, tarádyon, pikón).


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