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pákas

Hiligaynon

To cut in two, split open, slit, kipper, slit up, lay open, rip open, divide lengthwise (as fish for drying, etc.). Isdà nga pinákas. Kippered fish. Fish slit up (and dried with or without salt). Pakása ang ísdà. Cut the fish in two. Cut the fish open lengthwise. Also used metaphorically: Karón pakáson ta ikáw. Now I will give you a good thrashing. Ang maáyo sa íya pakáson. It would be best to punish him severely. (see píhak, pihák).



bákbak

Hiligaynon

Also: to beat, drub, give one a hiding, punish severely. (see tarítári, torótóro, bakábáka, búnak, labá, pákas).


bíal

Hiligaynon

To split. Biála ang galatóng. Split the firewood. See bíak id. (see bís-ak, píhak, pákas).


pakaisá

Hiligaynon

(H) First cousin. (see pakás-a).


pakás-a

Hiligaynon

(B) First cousin. See pakaisá id.


píhak

Hiligaynon

To cut in two parts, to halve, cut in half, divide in halves. Piháka ang báboy. Cut the pig in two. Nagpíhak siá sang ísdà. He cut the fish (lengthwise) in halves. Piháki akó sing páhò. Cut a mango in half for me. (see tungâ, pákas, útud).


pinákas

Hiligaynon

Cut in two, kippered, especially applied to fish cut and salted. Nakabakál akó sing pinákas. I bought some salt fish cut and dried. (pákas).


toró-tóro

Hiligaynon

Dim. of tóro. Also: the hump (hunch) on the neck of a bull or other animal. Also: to thrash, punish severely, maltreat with blows and kicks. Kon maábtan konó níla ang nagapangáwat (nagapangawát) sang búnga sang íla mga tanúm torótoróhon níla sa waláy duhádúha. They say that, if they can get hold of the person who steals their crops they'll-drub him,-beat him black and blue-, give him a hiding,-tan his hide. (see tarítári, bakábáka, pákas).


pakasalâ

Hiligaynon

To sin, commit sin, commit a fault. Indì ka magpakasalâ liwán. Do not sin again. Sín-o ang ginpakasál-an mo? Whom did you sin against? With whom did you commit sin? Likawí ang kahigayónan mo sa pagpakasalâ (nga ikapakasalâ sa ímo). Avoid the occasions that may lead you into committing sin. (see salâ).


pakasántos

Hiligaynon

To sanctify, hallow, to make or become saintly or holy, keep holy, observe (as sacred); to affect sanctity, be sanctimonious. Pakasantosón mo ang mga Domíngo kag Piésta. Keep the Sundays and Feast-days holy. Ang grásya nga nagapakasántos. Sanctifying grace. Indì ka magpakasántos, kay dílì ikáw sántos. Don't affect sanctity, for you are not a saint. (paka-, sántos).


bélo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. velo) Veil; the veiling of the bride and bridegroom during the nuptial Mass; to veil. Himósa ang mga bélo nga ibélo sa buás sa tátlo ka kalasálon. Get the veils ready for the three couples that are going to be married tomorrow. Ang mga bálo nga nabelóhan na sang úna níla nga pagpakasál índì na mabelóhan. Widows that received the nuptial blessing at their first marriage cannot receive it again. (see tabón, kúnop, takuróng).


handâ-hándà

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of hándà. Ginahandáhándà na níla ang tanán nga kilinahanglánon sa ádlaw nga inogpakasál sang íla nga bátà. They are now preparing everything necessary for their daughter's (son's) wedding day.


húkò

Hiligaynon

To be a-stay-at-home,-recluse. Hukó siá, kay nagahúkò sa baláy. He is a stay-at-home, because he scarcely ever leaves the house. N.B. Notice the different accent in noun and verb. Kútub sang pagpakasál níya nughúkò siá sa baláy. Since her marriage she has become a stay-at-home. (see lokoón, lókon, balayón, baláynon).


hutík

Hiligaynon

(H) To whisper, murmur, speak very softly, speak in an undertone. Hinutikán akó níya nga mapakasál siá sa dílì na madúgay. He whispered to me that he is going to be married before long. Indì ka maghutík siní sa kay bisán sín-o. Don't breathe a word of this to anybody. (see haní, hudínghúding).


hutúhut

Hiligaynon

Sincere, honest, hearty, real, genuine, guileless; to do wholeheartedly, frankly, honestly, etc. Hutúhut gid ang íya paghágad sa ákon. He invited me most heartily. Kon hutúhut gid ang ínyo paghigugmaánay magpakasál lang kamó. If your love is true then get married. Hutuhúta ang ímo pagtoón. Study with a right good will. Dílì hutúhut, kóndì pakuláhaw gid lang ang íya nga pagkádlaw. His smile was not natural but forced. Hutuhúti silá sing mga pangágda. Send them hearty invitations-or-Invite them with sincerity (not as a mere formality). (see túod, hugút, bunáyag, turúk, sa, tagiposóon, etc.).


kasál

Hiligaynon

To marry, bless or solemnize a marriage. Sín-o ang nagkasál sa ínyo? Who married you? Who solemnized your marriage? Sín-o ang nagpakasál kaína sang ága? Who was married this morning? Sín-o ang ginkasál sang Párì kahápon? Who was married by the Priest yesterday? Mapakasál kamí buás. We are going to be married to-morrow. Nakasál-or-nagpakasál na kamó ukón walâ pa? Have you been married yet or not? Indì mo pagipakasál ang ímo anák sa kasamiénto sibíl. Don't permit your son (daughter) to contract a civil marriage. Ang mga Kristiánhon nga nagapakasál sa sibíl nagapakasalâ sing dakû sa atubángan sang Diós. Christians that contract a civil marriage sin grievously in the sight of God.


kásta

Hiligaynon

(Sp. casta) To mate, pair, cover (of animals). Kastahí ang kabáyo. Bring the mare to the stallion. Pakastahá ang kabáyo. Let the stallion cover the mare.


paka

Hiligaynon

A prefix meaning:

a.) To pretend, feign, make a show or false appearance of, assume the airs of what the root implies, e.g. Indì ka magpakamanunúon, kon dílì ka manunúon nga matúod. Don't pretend to be a teacher, unless you really are a teacher. Nagpakapárì siá, ápang nasápwan sa madalî nga dílì siá párì galî. He pretended to be a priest, but it was soon found out that he was not a priest at all.

b.) To imagine, consider, think, hold something to be what the stem of the word indicates, e.g. Ginpakamaáyo níla ang amó nga pagbulút-an. They considered that to be a good law, they approved that law. Ang tanán nga nagapakasáyod (nagapakasayód) sinâ--. All those that think that they know the facts in that case--.

c.) To do or experience "really" what the root implies, e.g. Ang mga nagpakabatî sa íya--. Those that (actually) heard him--. Ang mga nagpakatiláw sang amó nga pagkáon nagasilíng nga--. Those that have (actually) tasted that food say that--. Ang mga nagpakatámbong, nagpakadáyaw, etc. Those that were present, applauded, etc. Ang Anák sang Diós nagpakatáo. The Son of God became (really, truly, verily) man.

N.B. It should be borne in mind that there are terms, as e.g. pakalisúd, etc., in which the "ka-" belongs to the stem and their meaning is consequently determined by the prefix pa-, not by paka-.


palángit

Hiligaynon

Towards heaven, heaven-ward; to go to heaven. Ang waláy pagtóo índì makapalángit. Without faith one cannot go to heaven. Ang grásya nga nagapakasántos amó ang ikapalángit sang táo. Sanctifying grace enables a man to go to heaven. (see lángit).


paluhúd

Hiligaynon

To let or make kneel down, or genuflect, make one go down on his knees or bend the knee. Palúdha ang bátà. Make the child kneel down. Ginpaluhúd níya kamí. He made us kneel down. Sín-o balá ang pagapalúdhon níya sa íya pagpakasál? Whom will he ask to be his witness when he marries? (see luhúd).


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