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To take-refuge,-covert,-sanctuary,-shelter, seek-an asylum,-safety,-protection,-relief, have recourse to, approach-, go to-, for help. Dángpi siá. Go to him for protection. Have recourse to him. Nagdangúp siá sa ákon. He took refuge with me, came to me for help. Dinángpan sang masakít nga táo ang hospitál. The sick man sought relief in the hospital. Ipadangúp mo ang lalúng sa hospitál. Have the injured man seen to at the hospital. (see áyop, pakitábang).



The compound form panhakúl, panghakúl is mostly used. To plead, beseech, implore, complain, lament, cry out in grief or sorrow, ask with tears. Indì ka magpanghakúl sing lakás, kay ánhon mo? Ang karabáw nga patáy índì na mabánhaw. Don't lament too much, for what can you do? The dead buffalo will not rise again. Ginpanghakulán akó níya sa pagpahulám sa íya sing kwárta. He implored me with tears to lend him some money. Nagapanghakúl kamí sa ímo --. We beseech thee --. We are crying out to thee --. (see hákroy, bákhò, pakilóoy, pakitábang).



A verbal prefix denoting an attachment to, a wish, desire or love for, what the root implies, e.g. pakitábang-to desire, wish, ask for help; pakibulág-to wish for a separation or divorce, etc. Pagpaki-stands for the infinitive, nagapaki-, magapaki-, magpaki-stand for the present, future and imperative respectively. Magapaki-and nagpaki-are often shortened to maki-and naki-(see pakig-, maki-, naki-).

To request a favour, oblige oneself, ask for help or assistance. (see líhog, pakitábang (from paki-and tábang).



(Sp. solicitar) To solicit, seek to obtain, apply for. (see pangáyò, ahâ, pakitábang, pakilóoy).