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pérde

Hiligaynon

(Sp. perder) To lose, perish, succumb, suffer loss or defeat. (see piérde id.).



piérde

Hiligaynon

(Sp. perder) To lose, perish, succumb. Napiérde siá sa búlang, sugál, komérsyo, etc. He lost in the cockpit, at the gaming table, in business, etc. Ginpierdehán níya ang bilí sang karabáw sing limá ka mángmang. He lost five pesos on the buffalo. Ginpiérde sang bágyo ang íya mga lubí. His coconut palms were destroyed by the hurricane. (see pérde).


palupók

Hiligaynon

To let or make a gun go off, to fire, let off, discharge, detonate, fire a salute, fire off salvoes, to cannonade, cause something to burst with a loud report, to fire shots by means of a gun, rifle, mortar, etc. Also noun: shooting, salvo, salute with guns, or the like. Sang piésta dídto sa báryo may palupók sa kawáyan. At the feast there in the village they fired off a bamboo gun. Palúkpi (Palupokí) ang Nobéna. Fire off mortars during the novena. Ipalupók ko sa ímo iníng rekámara sa ínyong piésta, ápang kon magubâ (mapérde, maránggà) báklan mo akó sing isá nga bág-o (sing isá ka rekámara nga bág-o). I'll let you have this mortar for your Feast, but if it should be ruined, you'll have to buy me a new one. (see lupók).


tapá

Hiligaynon

To roast fish, corn, coconut, meat, etc. (and dispose of it by sale to customers at wayside inns, refreshment booths, etc.). Napérde kúntà ang íla lubí nga linúk-ad ukón kóprak kon walâ níla pagtapahí. Their coconut meat that had been scooped out of the shells or their copra would have been a complete loss, if they had not roasted it (and sold it retail). (see sálay).