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pakolíntas

Hiligaynon

To provide with, or put on, a necklace, etc. Pakolintasí siá. Put (Hang) a necklace on her. (see kolíntas).



palímlim

Hiligaynon

To observe, watch, spy, be on the lookout, hang about, hover near, linger near, wait for an opportunity to abstract something secretly or the like. Ang bátà nagapalímlim sa luyó sang tabungós nga may sulúd nga páhò. The boy is lingering near the basket of mangoes.


palóng

Hiligaynon

Having drooping ears; to hang down the ears, put the ears back. Palóng siá sing dalúnggan. His ears hang down. Indì ka magpalapít sa siníng kabáyo, kay nagapalóng. Don't go near this horse, for he is putting his ears back, (ready to bite you).


pamítay

Hiligaynon

Freq. of bítay-to hang (up), etc.


panáb-it

Hiligaynon

Freq. of sáb-it-to hang on a peg, etc.


panábid

Hiligaynon

Freq. of tábid-to hang (be tied) together, etc.


panáng-ul

Hiligaynon

Freq. of sáng-ul-to hang on, hook in, etc.


páng-it

Hiligaynon

To gnaw, nibble, bite off piece by piece. (see kíbkib, kítkit, áp-ap, áb-ab, páng-os, háng-it).


páng-os

Hiligaynon

To bite or gnaw off bit by bit (piece by piece), especially applied to nibbling sugar-cane stalks. Pang-osá ang tubó. Eat the sugar-cane by biting off a bit at a time. (see páng-it, háng-it).


panghingáp-us

Hiligaynon

To commit suicide, hang oneself; suicide. (see hingápus, híkog).


pangisó-kisó

Hiligaynon

Dim. of pangisó. Also: to hang down, fall down in folds (of drapery, dresses, etc.).


pikóy

Hiligaynon

Parrot. (see períko) Also: Having the upper eye-lids wrinkled and shaped somewhat like a parrot's beak (bill). Pikóy siá sing matá. His eye-lids hang over his eyes like a parrot's bill (beak).


piláy

Hiligaynon

Inclined, turned sideways or downwards (downward), not straight; to hang down, droop. Ang mga súngay siníng báka piláy. The horns of this cow are turned downwards.


sáb-it

Hiligaynon

To hang on a peg, nail, etc. Isáb-it ang ímo kálò sa lánsang. Hang your hat on the nail. Sab-ití ang lánsang sang ímo báyò. Hang up your jacket on the peg. (see sáng-at, sáklit).


sáblay, sabláy

Hiligaynon

To put clothes and the like over something narrow, so that the ends hang down on both sides. Isáblay ang báyò mo sa salandígan sang síya. Throw your jacket over the back of the chair. Sablayí lang sang ímo panápton ang barandílya sang balkón. Put your clothes over the balustrade of the balcony. (see haláy with the difference, that haláy always supposes a spreading out of what is put over a line, etc.).


sabungáyngay

Hiligaynon

Disarranged, loose, hanging down loose (of a woman's hair, etc.; to hang down loosely, etc. (see búngday, búnghay).


sád-ang

Hiligaynon

(B) To place on high, put on; hang up on a peg or nail, put a kettle on a tripod, etc. Isád-ang ang ímo kálò sa lánsang-or-sad-angí ang lánsang sang ímo kálò. Hang your hat on the nail. (see sáb-it, sáng-at).


salángat

Hiligaynon

To hang on, get caught by. Ang buladór nakasalángat sa sangá sang káhoy. Nasalangátan sang buladór ang sangá sang káhoy. The kite caught in a branch of the tree. (see sáng-at).


sálud

Hiligaynon

To place under, put underneath in order to catch or gather. Salúra ang tubúd. Catch the droppings in a vessel placed underneath. Salúri sing salúd ang tubúd sang swák. Hang a bamboo-vessel to catch the drops oozing from the fruit stalk of the coconut palm. Salúri akó sing ulán. Catch some rain-water for me. Isálud iníng láta sa ulán. Put this can out to catch rain-water.


sáng-at

Hiligaynon

To hang, insert or hook on, attach or connect with. Isáng-at ang alámbre sa lánsang. Hook the wire on the nail. Ginsáng-at ko ang ákon kálò sa salab-ítan. I hung my hat on the peg. Sang-atí sing kárne ang salang-átan. Hang some meat on the hook. (see sábit).


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