List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter P - Page 74

panagílò

Hiligaynon

To glean, gather rice, wheat, etc. left after a harvest, or the like. (see panálà, pamíngkong, panígput).



panagín-up

Hiligaynon

To dream, have visions, imagine, know by inspiration. Ginapanagín-up níya inâ. He knows it intuitively, by inspiration. He dreams or imagines such things. (see dámgo, hunâhúnà, lágpat).


panagíngting

Hiligaynon

Freq. of tagíngting-to be hot, white (of heat).


panaginsáwà

Hiligaynon

To complain of ingratitude, of disrespectful treatment, or the like, particularly to others behind the back of the alleged offender.


panagíp-ol

Hiligaynon

To be envious, grudge another a distinction or preference, feel a little jealous. Si Hosé nagapanagíp-ol kay Pédro. José is a little jealous of Pédro. Tungúd kay ginapalánggà ni Tíyò Pédro si María, nagapanagíp-ol kay María si Luísa. Because Maria is Uncle Pedro's favourite, she is the object of Louisa's jealousy. (see pangímon, ímon).


panagiposóon

Hiligaynon

Condition or quality of one's heart, aspiration, intention, desire, etc. Matínlò siá sing panagiposóon. He is clean of heart. Dirí siní makítà ang katín-aw sing panagiposóon ni Fuláno. From this may be inferred the honesty (openness, frankness) of N.N.'s intention (purpose). (see tagiposóon).


panágit

Hiligaynon

Freq. of dágit-to swoop down-, pounce-, upon, as a bird of prey.


panagítlon

Hiligaynon

To make an effort to swallow as one with a sore throat. Panagitlóna gid ang diótay nga kán-on. Make an effort to swallow a little rice. (see tulún).


panagítsit

Hiligaynon

To hush; to hiss, hist (in order to attract (draw) attention). (see sítsit, sagítsit, panítsit).


To own, acquire, obtain, be or become the owner (possessor) of. (see tag-íya).


panágmut

Hiligaynon

To bite one's lips (and look fierce, look daggers), to clench the teeth, close-, shut-, the mouth. Nagpanágmut (nanágmut) siá sa ákon. Pinanagmután akó níya. He bit his lips and scowled at me. He looked daggers at me.


panágnà

Hiligaynon

Freq. of tágnà-to predict, foretell, prophesy; portend.


panágò

Hiligaynon

Freq. of tágò. To hide, conceal, abscond, hide oneself. Daw haló ikáw nga nagapanágò sang úlo kag nagapagitíb (or nagapamurâ) sang íkog. You are like an iguana that hides its head and shows its tail. Nanágò silá. They hid themselves. Amó iní ang pinanagóan-or-panagóan sang mga buyóng. This was the robbers' hiding place.


panagódtod

Hiligaynon

To carry on the back or on the shoulder; to shoulder a burden or responsibility; to work hard, drudge. (see tagódtod).


panagónton

Hiligaynon

To extend, spread all over, diffuse itself over, penetrate. Nagapanagónton ang kasakít sang íya hubág sa búg-os níya nga láwas. Ang búg-os níya nga láwas ginapanagontonán sang kasakít sang íya hubág. The pain of his boil is spreading all over his body. (see tagúntun, panagúntun id.).


panagosílang

Hiligaynon

To use (wear) spectacles, wear glasses. (see tagosílang, pamusílang).


panagósò

Hiligaynon

Freq. of dagósò-to crowd, etc. Often used sarcastically in the meaning of: not to go to large assemblies of people, not to mingle in large crowds. Panagósò ka dídto. Don't go there where there are such crowds of people.


panagótsot

Hiligaynon

To say "tut, tut", "tush", "pshaw", pish! bah! rot! rats!, or the like in disapproval, irritation or worry; to refuse, decline, disapprove. Indì mo pagpanagotsotán ang ákon nga ginhámbal, kóndì ipaháyag mo sing maáthag ang ímo panghunâhúnà. Don't say "tush" in answer to what I have told you, but state clearly what you think about it.


panágsà

Hiligaynon

Freq. of dágsà-to drift, etc. Madámù nga mga sakayán ang pinanágsà sa baybáyon sang mabáskug nga hángin. Many vessels were drifted (driven) ashore by the violent storm.


panágtà

Hiligaynon

Freq. of dágtà-to stain, etc.


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