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paatón-áton

Hiligaynon

To work-, look out-, be concerned-, for oneselves alone, be selfish. (see pailáíla, paiyáíya, pamiyómíyo).



padalúndun

Hiligaynon

To take or carry along, push on, move; wash down (food), distribute (blood through the veins, etc.). Ang mga ilímnon nagapadalúndun sang áton ginakáon-or-ang áton ginakáon ginapadalundunán sang mga ilímnon. Beverages wash down (carry along) the food we take. Ipadalúndun sa kán-on iníng báso nga bíno. Wash down the rice with this glass of wine.


pahanúmdum

Hiligaynon

Caus. of hanúmdum. To remind, put in mind, bring to mind, jog the memory, make remember, cause to remember or to recollect. Iníng tabû nagapahanúmdum sa áton nga--. This event reminds us that--. Ipahanúmdum mo sa íya nga--. Let him bear in mind that--. Draw his attention to the fact that--. Ginapahanúmdum ko sa ínyo ang ginasilíng sang madámù nga--. I remind you of what is said by many that--. Pahanumdumá siá sinâ. Let him remember (think of) that. (see dúmdum).


palándong

Hiligaynon

To meditate, contemplate, turn over in the mind, think over well, consider, ponder, muse upon; have regard or consideration for. Nagapalándong siá sang ginagíhan sang Aton Ginóo. He is meditating on the life of Our Lord. Palandongá sing maáyo ang ginsilíng níya. Think well over what he said.


pamulug-atón

Hiligaynon

Hard or heavy work, drudgery; to work hard, drudge, make great physical exertions. (see búg-at).


pangáyaw

Hiligaynon

A temporary resident, sojourner, migrating, migratory, wandering; to migrate, sojourn or dwell in a place temporarily or as a stranger, go to live somewhere else with the intention of coming back within a longer or shorter period to one's old place of abode. Píspis nga pangáyaw. A migratory bird. A bird of passage. Ang mga pumulúyò nga pangáyaw. Temporary residents. Visitors. Travellers. Guests. Madámù nga mga mamumugón ang nagapangáyaw sa tuígtúig sa Négros nga Nakatúndan. Many workmen go yearly to Occidental Negros for a season. Ginapangayáwan man lang siníng mga táo ang áton bánwa. These people are staying here in our town only for a time. (see pangályaw).


panggó-pánggo

Hiligaynon

Uneducated, illiterate, ill-bred, low, mean, base, rude, unlettered, unschooled, uncultured, a term of contempt applied chiefly to white men. Ang ibán nga mga bukáy nga nagabút dirí sa áton mga panggópánggo gid lámang. Some of the whites that have come here to us are really very low-class people. A, panggópánggo lang siá. Ah, he is only an ill-bred white, a low-cast white man.


panginahán

Hiligaynon

To ask for assistance, help, recommendation, etc. Manginahán kitá sa kay Fuláno, agúd madángat ta ang áton ginakinahánglan sa pangúlopuód. Let us ask for N.N.'s recommendation, so that we may obtain what we want from the Provincial Governor. (see pangarímo).


panúlay

Hiligaynon

Freq. of súlay-to prop up, support by (leaning) posts or props (set at an angle). Panuláyi ang baláy, kay magabágyo. Prop up the house with some posts, for a storm is coming. Manukó kag manúlay na kitá, agúd índì mapúkan sang hángin ang áton mga pulúy-an. Let us put up additional props and posts, that the wind may not be able to blow down our houses.


pasámpok

Hiligaynon

Caus. of sámpok. Also: To make or let cocks fight without spurs (buláng) in order to prepare them for a real encounter in the cockpit. Dáyon gid lang silá nagapasámpok sang íla manók. They are always training their cocks for the cock-pit. Ipasámpok ang ímo manók sa ákon nga manók. Let your cock try its strength against my cock. Pasampokón ta ang áton mga manók. Come, we'll let our cocks fight each other.


patábos

Hiligaynon

(B) To let, etc. penetrate or flow through. Malakát na kitá; patabóson ta lang ang ulán sa áton panápton, kay madúgay pa maghúlaw. Let us go now; we shall let the rain wet our clothes, for it will last a long time yet before it stops. (pa, tábos). (see patahós).


páti

Hiligaynon

To believe, assent, credit, give credence to, give credit to, be more or less persuaded of the truth of a statement or fact. Patíha akó. Believe me. Indì ka magpáti sináng mga butáng. Don't believe those things. Walâ níya pagpatíha ang sinúgid ni Fuláno. He did not give credence (He gave no credit) to what was said by N.N. Buút níla ipapáti sa áton nga--. They want us to believe that--. (see tóo).


patínga

Hiligaynon

Deposit, earnest, handsel, earnest-money, earnest-penny; to advance money on a contract, pay something beforehand, give a deposit or handsel (hansel). Patingáhi ang pánday. Pay the carpenter some money in advance. Pilá ang patínga nga ginapangáyò mo sa talámnan nga ímo ibalígyà? What deposit do you want in advance for the field you are going to sell? Ipatínga sa íya dútà iníng katloán ka mángmang. Pay him in advance these thirty pesos for his land. Pinatingáhan ko ang manugtábas sing tátlo ka mángmang. I advanced the tailor three pesos. Batóna iníng patínga sa pagpalíg-on sang áton ginkasugtánan. Accept this earnest-money as a token (Accept this money as earnest) that our agreement is binding.


patúga

Hiligaynon

Start, origin, something originally planned, brought about or done, cause of. Patúga inâ ni Fuláno. That is N.N. work. N.N. is the cause of that. Walâ sáyod ang patúga mo nga iní. That is a foolish idea of yours. Kay sín-o ang patúga nga butangán na man ang áton bánwa sing hospitál? Who originated the plan that our town should be provided with a hospital? Si Fuláno amó ang nagpatúga sinâ. N.N. is responsible for that. N.N. started that idea, plan, business, etc. (pa, túga).


píntok

Hiligaynon

Mark, sign, dot, spot, stain; to stamp, punch, puncture, make dots. Ipíntok ang hál-o sa humáy, índì sa bató. Bring the pestle down on the rice not on the stone. Kon malúyag ka magásod sa ámon mamíntok ka ánay, agúd índì magsintokánay ang áton mga hál-o. If you wish to join us in pounding rice, time your strokes first, lest our pestles should knock together.


púrung, purúng

Hiligaynon

To crown. Ginpurungán sang mga Hudío ang Aton Ginóo sing tunúk. The Jews crowned Our Lord with thorns. Ipúrung sa íya úlo iníng mga búlak. Crown his head with these flowers.


sál-ay

Hiligaynon

To put one's arms under another's back, let another recline on one's arms, to support or carry in the arms (putting one arm under a person's back and one under the knees, as is often done in taking up a sleeping baby, lifting a sick person, a corpse, or the like). Ginsál-ay ni María Santísima ang bángkay sang Aton Ginóo. The Blessed Virgin Mary supported the dead body of Our Lord. Sal-ayá ang masakít nga táo. Put your arms under the sick man's back (and lift him up). Sinál-ay níya sing mahínay ang bátà nga nagakatulúg. She gently lifted the sleeping child. (see aláy-ay, hamíl-ay).


salalumón

Hiligaynon

What is to--, can--, should--, be fathomed, dived for; fathomable, comprehensible, intelligible, conceivable. Dílì pa madálum ang áton salalumón. We have not to go down deep. We need no profundity of thought. (see sálum, tulungkáron).


sókol

Hiligaynon

(B) To measure clothes, fields, or the like. Ginsóklan kang mananáhì ti báyò ang bátà nga diá. (Gintáksan sang manugtábas sing báyò iníng bátà). This boy was measured for a jacket by the tailor. Sókla ang heneró nga báklon kadiáng súkì ta (siníng áton súkì). Measure out the cloth our customer is buying. Ginsókol nánda ang plása. (Gintakús níla ang plása). They measured the public square. (see sokób, takús).


súbay

Hiligaynon

To measure and divide the harvest, particularly said of the measuring of threshed and winnowed rice in presence of the owner of the land and of his tenant or tenants, each one being allotted his share. Masúbay (magasúbay) kitá sa buás sang áton humáy. To-morrow we shall measure and divide our rice. Subáya ang humáy. Measure the rice-crop. (see sokób, takús, báhin, párte).


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