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pápa

Hiligaynon

(Sp. pápa) The Pope, Roman Pontiff. Ang Sánto Pápa. The Holy Father. Ang Sánto Pápa amó ang salíli ni Hesukrísto kag ílis ni San Pédro. The Holy Father is the Vice-gerent of Jesus Christ and the successor of S. Peter.



papá

Hiligaynon

(Sp. papá) Dad, daddy, dada, da, papa, pa, poppa, pop, father. (see amáy, tátay).


amáng

Hiligaynon

Father, parent. (see amáy, tátay, tay, pa, papá).


amáy

Hiligaynon

(H) Father; to call one father. Amáy ko siá. He is my father. Ang "Amáy", ang "Anák" kag ang "Espíritu Sánto" amó ang tátlo ka Persónas nga diósnon. Father, Son and Holy Ghost, these are the three divine Persons. Ang "Amáy námon". The "Our Father". Amayá siá. Call him father. Ginamáy níya akó. He called me father. Ginapakaamáy níya akó. He treats me as if I were his father. (see tátay, tay, papá, pa).


dúmpug

Hiligaynon

To knock-, hit-, box-, with the fist, to pommel, to have a bout of fisticuffs, thump, maul, box, punch, cuff, buffet. Dumpugá siá. Box him. Dumpugí siá sa íya likód. Punch him on the back. Gindúmpug níya akó kag ákon siá ginbalúsan. He hit me and I returned the blow. Idúmpug sa íya iníng pitsokwérno. Give him a blow with this cestus. (see ómol, súmbag, pápà, papák, búngbung).


pa

Hiligaynon

Papa, father, dad, daddy. (see papá, amáy, tátay, tay).


palapâ

Hiligaynon

A hammer. (see pâpâ, palapák).


pálpag

Hiligaynon

To strike or hit with a hammer, to hammer. Palpagá ang lánsang. Hammer the nail. Hit the nail with the hammer. (see palô, pápà).


pamápà, pamâpâ

Hiligaynon

Freq. of pápà. To hammer, strike or beat as with a hammer. Pamapáa ang maís túbtub nga magkabókbok sing maáyo. Beat the corn till it is quite reduced to powder.


pápà, pâpâ

Hiligaynon

Hammer; to hammer, strike with a hammer; to strike, slap (with the hand). Pàpaá (Papáa) ang lánsang. Hammer the nail. Pàpai (Papái) akó sing áhos, kay ilakót ko sa tinóla. Crush (by hammering) some garlic for me and I shall mix it with the side-dish. (see pípì, pîpî).


pípì, pîpî

Hiligaynon

To strike with a flat instrument, to hammer; beat, slap with the hand repeatedly or in quick succession (especially in connection with massaging); to shampoo, clean the hair and scalp with a hair-wash; to prepare a hair-wash from the salangkógi-bark, or the like, by hammering (beating, crushing) the bark and dissolving its juice in water; to use or apply such a hair-wash. Pipíi (Pîpií) akó sing hinakí. Prepare a hair-wash for me. Pápà ka sing hinakí nga ipípì (ipîpî) sa ákon bohók. Beat out some bark (Prepare a hairwash) for cleaning my hair. Pipíi (Pîpií) ang ákon bohók sing hinakí. Pour some hair-wash over my hair. Pinipían (Pinîpián) níla ang bútkon ni Fuláno sa pagpaúmpaw sa íya. They slapped N.N.'s arm in order to bring him to. (see pápà, pâpâ).


sádsad

Hiligaynon

To step on, rest on, put one's foot upon; resting on, supported by, founded upon. Iníng pagbulút-an nagasádsad-or-sádsad sa Sánto Pápa. This law rests on the authority of the Holy Father. Kon magsáut kamó magsádsad kamó sing maáyo. When you dance, pay attention to the steps. Ang sádsad siníng káhoy madálum kaáyo. The tap-root of this tree goes down very deep.


tátay

Hiligaynon

Dad, daddy, father, da, pa, papa, pop. Si tátay ko. (Ang amáy ko). My father.


tay

Hiligaynon

Pa, dad, daddy, papa, pop, father, mostly vocative (for tatáy).


tutúk

Hiligaynon

To knock at a door, or the like; to hammer. Sínò na man ang nagatutuk? Who is knocking again? Tutuká ang ganháan. Knock at the door. (see tóktok, panóktok, papák, pápà).


alimpapáw

Hiligaynon

Superficial, on the surface, not deep, not from the heart, hypocritical, insincere, cool, merely formal; careless, perfunctory, negligent. Abáw, alimpapáw gid lang ang pagtúman mo sang ímo katungdánan. Why, you are very negligent or careless in the performance of your duties. Alimpapáw lang ang íya nga pagsímba. He goes to church only to keep up appearances. (see halimpapáw, salimpapáw, pakuláhaw).


apaparí

Hiligaynon

A plant often seen growing under mango-trees or other trees.


dalupápan

Hiligaynon

To be confluent, meet each other, flow together, said especially of boils, eruptions, pimples, small-pox, etc. Nagadalupápan ang íya mga hubág. His boils are confluent, are so near together that they merge into one another. Nadalupapánan akó sang ákon mga hubág. My boils ran together.


halimpapáw

Hiligaynon

Superficial; careless, negligent; a hypocrite. (see alimpapáw, salimpapáw).


papaáng-páang

Hiligaynon

To make hot, sultry; to expose oneself to heat. (see páang).


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