List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter P - Page 47

palíp-ot

Hiligaynon

Caus. of líp-ot. To shorten, make short, abbreviate, abridge, curtail, cut short. Palip-otá ang íya sárwal. Shorten his trousers.



palípas

Hiligaynon

To let or make avoid, let pass, etc. Palipása ang kángga sa dálan. Let the cart pass through the road. (pa, lípas).


palipát

Hiligaynon

Caus. of lipát. Palipatá siá sinâ. Let him forget it (that). Palipatá siá sa kay Fuláno. Let him give N.N. a slap.


palípong

Hiligaynon

Caus. of lípong. To cause a fainting fit, etc.; to render insensible, make unconscious, anaesthetize, anesthetize; an anaesthetic. Sang pagbúsbus sa íya pinalípong siá ánay (walâ siá magpalípong). When he was operated upon (underwent-, submitted to-, an operation), he was (first)-anaesthetized,-given a narcotic (he would not submit to be chloroformed, etherized, narcotized, anaesthetized).


palipóng-lípong

Hiligaynon

Dim. of palípong. Also: to pretend not to know, plead ignorance, take no notice of, do as if not aware of. Indì ka magpalipónglípong, kay nakahibaló kamí nga nakasáyod ka sang tanán. Don't plead ignorance, because we know that you know everything. (see pakalipóng).


palipúd

Hiligaynon

To screen, let screen, put up a screen, screen off, hide, hide oneself, take shelter. Palípdi ang masakít sa kátre (higdáan). Screen off (Put up a screen for) the sick person in bed. Palipúd ka. Hide yourself. Take shelter. (see lipúd).


palís

Hiligaynon

A ring, hoop, band, ligature in the form of a ring.


pális

Hiligaynon

To deviate from one's course, deflect, swerve from the straight route, be blown off one's course, applied to the wind interfering with the straight course of a vessel at sea, etc. Ang ámon sakayán ginpális sang hángin. Our boat was blown off its course (by the wind). Indì kamó maglárga karón, kay kóntra ang hángin kag básì palíson kamó. Don't sail now, for the wind is contrary and you may be blown out of (deflected from) your course.


palísò

Hiligaynon

To make turn round, let turn, reverse, turn round (transitive); to convert. Palisóa ang karabáw. Make the buffalo turn round. Turn the buffalo round.


palísta

Hiligaynon

To let or make-enlist,-enroll, have one's name inscribed on a list. Mapalísta kamí sa manuglísta. We are going to be enlisted by the registrar. Palistahá siá sang íya nga ngálan. Have him enlist. Let him enter his name on the list. Let him have his name put down in the list. Let him have his name listed. Ipalísta sa piskál ang ímo anák. Let the fiscal register the name of your child. (see lísta, pasulát).


palíta

Hiligaynon

(Sp. paleta) A small shovel, trowel; palette.


palitáda

Hiligaynon

(Sp. paletada) A trowelful of mortar, or the like.


palíto

Hiligaynon

(Sp. palito) Toothpick. (see palanghiningá).


palítog

Hiligaynon

Embezzlement, malversation, misappropriation, fraud; to defraud, embezzle, appropriate fraudulently money, etc. Ginpalítog níla ang pílak sang bánwa. They used the people's money for private purposes-or-they defrauded the public. Indì mo pagpalitógon ang kwárta nga tinúgyan sa ímo. Don't embezzle the money entrusted to you. (pa, lítog).


paliwá-líwa

Hiligaynon

Recreation, vacation, holiday, time off, free time; to spend a holiday, take a vacation, get-a day off,-an hour free, divert oneself, take a walk, spend an hour or so in recreation, etc. (see lingáwlíngaw, ngaw, paluyáwlúyaw, liwálíwa).


paliyán-líyan

Hiligaynon

Neglect, abandonment; to neglect, shirk, leave undone, abandon, leave. Indì mo pagpaliyánliyánan ang ímo mga buluhatón. Don't neglect-or-abandon your duties. Ginpaliyánliyánan sang mga bátà ang pagbúnyag sang mga tanúm kag nagsúgud silá sang hámpang. The boys neglected to water the plants and started playing. (see biyâbíyà, pasalipótpot, pabuyánbúyan).


palíyo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. palillo) Any small stick; bobbin.


palíyo

Hiligaynon

See palío-to contrive, etc.


paliyohán

Hiligaynon

A frame for bobbins; reel-stand.


pálkas

Hiligaynon

To wash away or take out a stain, etc. See kakás id. Palkasá, palkasí, ipálkas-kakasá, kakasí, ikakás.


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