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pándak

Hiligaynon

Short, stocky, squat, squab, dumpy, stumpy, podgy, stubby, low of stature and bulky or stout in comparison. Pándak nga táo. A thick, short, stocky man. (see tipúngkò, búdul, karibúd).



lapád

Hiligaynon

Stumpy, stubby, thickset. (see búdol, tipúngkò, karibúd, pándak, pandákà),


pandákà

Hiligaynon

Short, stocky, etc. See pándak.


tipúngkò

Hiligaynon

(B) Thickset, stumpy, stocky, stout, having a short, thick body, having a large circumference in comparison to height. Natipungkoán akó kariá nga kampanáryo. (Sa ákon panúluk daw pulúndan iníng kampanáryo). This belfry seems to me to be very stumpy, stocky. Matipúngkò gid tána. (Pandákà gid siá). She is very thickset, short and stout. (see búdul, pándak, pudól, karibúd).


pandakúp

Hiligaynon

Freq. of dakúp-to arrest, take, seize, etc. (see panakúp).


pand

Hiligaynon

Now and then pand-is used instead of pan-in words beginning with d, e. g. pandakúp, pandála, pandáyà, etc. etc. See pan-.


pang

Hiligaynon

Pang-is at times interchangeable with pan-in words beginning with s or d, e.g. pangsagúp (panagúp, sagúp); pangdakúp (pandakúp, panakúp, dakúp), etc. See pan-, pand-.


Also used of persons: thickset, stumpy, pudgy, etc. Daw polóndan siá. He is very stumpy, thickset. (see búdul, pudól, pandákà, tipúngkò, karibudó).


putót

Hiligaynon

Also: stout, corpulent, thickset. (see matámbok, pandákà, búdul). púwang, A baby's carriage made of rattan or wood. See sibáy.