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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).



To serve, especially applied to prospective husbands serving for their betrothed. Nagapangágad na siá dídto. He is serving there for his betrothed. May batásan silá nga ang mga laláki mangágad or magpangágad sa baláy sang íla pangasáw-on (nga íla pangasáw-an). They have the custom that the men should serve in the house of their intended wives (of their future parents-in-law). The Freq. pangágad is mostly used; ágad without the prefix pang occurs in umágad-son-in-law.



To nibble, gnaw, bite off piece by piece. Iní nga bátà sa gihápon may ginaháng-it nga kalan-ónon. This child has always something to nibble at (cakes, pastry, biscuits, etc.). (see kítkit, páng-os).



This letter has the same sound as the English "c" in "cat, come, cut, fact, etc.", but is pronounced a little softer than "ck" in "lack, pack, struck, etc.".

Modern writers almost exclusively employ "k", where formerly "c" (before "a", "o", "u", all consonants and hyphens, and at the end of words) and "qu" (before "e" and "i") were used. Bearing this in mind it is easy to find in this dictionary expressions originally written according to the old spelling, as acó, caácò, catacá, cácac, bác-hò, bác-it, báquid, quíquic, etc., under akó, kaákò, kataká, kákak, bákhò, bák-it, bákid, kíkik, etc.

The prefixes pan-, hi-, ha-, etc., if composed with words beginning with the letter "k", become pang-, hing-, hang-, etc. and the "k" drops out, e.g. karós-pangarós; kaláyo-hingaláyo; kuyús-hanguyús, etc.



Grief, mourning, pain, sorrow, affliction, woe, heartache, unhappiness, infelicity, anguish, pang, agony, interior or spiritual suffering, dolour, dolor. (see sákit).



Pain, painfulness, suffering, pang, anguish, agony, torture, torment, ache, smart, bodily illness, injury or ailment. (see sakít).



A prefix denoting plurality. It indicates:-

1.) an often repeated action, or an action done by way of trade or profession, e.g. Ang pamalígyà kag pamakál (pan, balígyà; pan, bakál)-Buying and selling.

2.) the way, manner, form, shape, of what the root implies, e.g. Matáas siá sing pamáa (pan, páa)-He is long-legged. Maláin ang íya pamábà (pan, bábà)-He uses bad language. His mouth is vile.

3.) the looking for, or gathering of, what the root implies, e.g. pangáhoy (pan, káhoy)-to gather wood; pangítà (pan, kítà)-to seek.

Note. In the above examples pan-has changed into pam-and pang-, the n of pan-being influenced by the initial letter of the root.

Before r no change is made, e.g. panrára.

Before d, n, s, t, the n of pan-remains unchanged, but the first letter of the root is dropped, e.g. panalók (pan, dalók); panúsnus (pan, núsnus); panabát (pan, sabát); panúluk (pan, túluk).

Before b, f, m, p, the n of pan-is changed to m, and the first letter of the root is dropped, e.g. pamáklay, (pan, báklay); pamuérsa (pan, fuérsa); pamúkmuk (pan, múkmuk); pamígos (pan, pígos).

Before k and the vowels pang-is written, and the k is dropped, e.g. pangúlbà (pan, kúlbà); pangáway (pan, áway); panginúm (pan, inúm); pangólhot (pan, ólhot); pangúrut (pan, úrut).

Before g, h, l, w, y either pan-or pang is written, e.g. pangábut or panggábut (gábut); panhálad or panghálad (halad); panlángbas or panglángbas (lángbas); panwárik or pangwárik (wárik); panyáwyaw or pangyáwyaw (yáwyaw).

For the composite forms nagpan-, magapan-, magpan-the shortened forms nan-, nang-, nang-, nam-, man-, mang-, mang-, mam-, are mostly used, the choice depending on the tense and the first letter of the root, e.g. Nagpanglakát na silá-or-nanglakát na silá. They have gone.



A prefix occasionally used for pan-, pang-, e.g. panaglikáw-panglikáw; panaglagás-panglagás, etc. Nanag-, manag- (nang-, mang-) are used instead of nagpanag-, magapanag-, magpanag-.



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-.



Plain, ugly, distorted, dark and marked with smallpox, etc., said of the face. Páng-al siá sing guyá. He has an ugly face.



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



Inexperienced, stupid, dull, backward. (see pángog, pungág).



Now and then used instead of pang-, e.g. pangalíntak (líntak); pangalabá (labá); pangamálus (málus), etc.



To gnaw, nibble, bite off piece by piece. Wang-itá lang ang maís nga binóog. Just gnaw (off the cob) the roast corn (popcorn). Ang idô nagawáng-it sang túl-an. The dog is gnawing the bone. Ang mga bátà malúyag magwáng-it sang tubó. Children like to eat sugar-cane (biting bits off the stalk). (see páng-os, háng-it, kítkit).