List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter P - Page 21

pahúay

Hiligaynon

To rest, take a rest, rest oneself, repose, pause, enjoy a lull,-a respite. Nagapahúay na silá. They are now taking a rest. They are resting (themselves). Magpahúay silá sa paghidáit. May they rest in peace. Papahuáya ang kabáyo. Give the horse a rest. (pahúway id.).



pahubás

Hiligaynon

To dry up water, to evaporate, vaporize i.e. to cause to evaporate. Ang hángin nagapahubás sang túbig. The wind dries up water. Pinahúbsan sang tingádlaw ang ámon áwang. Our well was dried up by the hot weather. Pahúbsi ang tiníg-ang. Let the water of the boiling rice evaporate. Pahúbsa ang túbig. Evaporate the water. Let the water boil all away. (pa, hubás).


pahubúg

Hiligaynon

To make drunk, intoxicate, inebriate, fuddle. Indì mo siá pagpahúgbon. Don't make him drunk. Mga ilímnon nga nagapahubúg. Alcoholic drinks, intoxicating beverages, strong drinks. (pa, hubúg).


pahubút

Hiligaynon

To make draw, draw with an effort, puff; to quicken, accelerate. Nagapahubút siá sang íya nga tabákò. He's puffing at his cigar. Pahubutá ang ímo tabákò, agúd índì mapatáy. Pull at your cigar, lest it should go out. (see pakórbot).


páhug

Hiligaynon

To intimidate, inculcate fear, inspire with fear, menace, scare, threaten, alarm, startle, strike fear in, put in fear, frighten. Pahúga siá. Intimidate (menace) him. Ipáhug sa íya ang bastón. Threaten him with the stick. Ginpáhug níya ang mga bátà sa pagsilíng sa íla nga hanóton silá kon índì silá magpahimóyong. He made the children afraid by telling them that they would get a whipping, if they did not keep quiet. (see pahádluk).


pahúgaw

Hiligaynon

To lessen the pressure of, ease, mitigate, allay, comfort, moderate, assuage, alleviate. Pahugáwa ang íya kasákit. Allay his grief. Ipahúgaw sa íya kasubô ang mga nagakasarîsárì nga kalingáwlingáwan. Ease her sorrow by various distractions or diversions. (pa, húgaw).


pahugáw

Hiligaynon

To let off steam, to let steam or odours escape from a closed receptacle. Pahugawá ang tiníg-ang. Let the steam of the boiling rice escape. (pa, hugáw). (see pahungáw, pasungáw id.).


pahúgnà

Hiligaynon

To stop, or prevent, a hen from brooding. Pahugnaá iníng mungá. Don't allow this hen to brood. Ginapahúgnà ang mga mungâ sa (kon) tingádlaw. Hens are prevented from breeding (by taking their eggs away) during the dry season. (see húgnà).


pahulám

Hiligaynon

(H) To loan, lend, advance, accommodate with, let borrow. Pahulamá akó sing kwárta-or-ipahulám sa ákon ang ímo kwárta. Lend me your money. Grant me a loan of money. Pahulamá siá sing kwárta. Let him have-a loan,-some money on loan,-borrow some money of you. (pa, hulám).


pahúlas

Hiligaynon

Caus. of húlas. Pahulása ang mga bátà sing humáy. Order the boys to dry rice (over the fire).


pahulás

Hiligaynon

To make easy, facilitate, render easy. Ginpahulás sang ulán ang pagarádo. The rain made ploughing easy, less difficult, lessened the labour of ploughing. Pahulasá ang pagági sang kángga. Make the passage for the cart easy. Ang isá ka maáyo nga kapulóngan nagapahulás sang pagtoón sang (dumulúong) luásnon nga hámbal. A good dictionary makes the study of a foreign language easy. (see pahapús, pa, hulás).


pahulasán

Hiligaynon

Place where-, apparatus in which-, a thing is heated or warmed or evaporated; kettle, cauldron, boiler. Pahulasán-túbig. Steam boiler. (see húlas).


pahumbíya

Hiligaynon

See pasumpíya.


pahunán

Hiligaynon

Capital, stock, assets.


pahunánan

Hiligaynon

Capitalist; stockholder.


pahunáy

Hiligaynon

(B) To take breath, to take a rest in order to get back one's breath, take a breathing spell, said of one out of breath or completely exhausted or dead-beat. Nagapahunáy siá sang íya ginháwa. He is getting back his breath.


pahuwá-húwa

Hiligaynon

To fill the mouth (as with a big cigar); to smoke big cigars. (see padangól, padungál).


pahúway

Hiligaynon

See pahúay-to rest, etc.


pahúyab

Hiligaynon

To disperse, scatter, cause to run or scamper off, stampede, to speed, cause to run swiftly, drive with great velocity. Pahuyába ang mga bátà. Drive the boys away. Ginpahúyab níya ang mga kabáyo. He stampeded the horses. Pahuyába ang butí sa ímo bátà sa pagpakáon sa íya sing linágà nga mónggo nga walâ sing asín. Try to cure your child's smallpox by feeding it on boiled monggo with salt. Kumulúb ang trak, kay ginpahúyab sing lakás sang tsóper. The truck turned turtle, because the chauffeur drove it too fast. (pa, húyab).


paibabáw

Hiligaynon

To wish to be above others, be arrogant, proud, haughty, overbearing, overweening, supercilious, contemptuous, insolent, impertinent. Buút siá magpaibabáw. He is arrogant. He wishes (wants) to be exalted above others. (see paibábaw, palabáw, pabugál, paidalúm-to be lowly, etc.).


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