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palíngin

Hiligaynon

Causative of língin-to be dizzy, confused. Nagapalíngin silá sang íla mga ólo, kay--. They are cudgelling their brains, because--. Their heads are all of a whirl, for--. (see palibúg, palíntong).



palibúg

Hiligaynon

To confuse, distract, disconcert, fluster, put out, upset, bewilder, cudgel one's brains, worry, be at a loss. Amó inâ ang nagpalibúg sang íya ólo. That was what-worried him,-confused his mind,-bewildered him. Nagapalibúg siá sang íya ólo sa pagpangítà sing kaluásan sa íya mga kalisúd. He is cudgelling his brains to find a way out of his difficulties. Amó inâ ang ginapalíbgan (ginapalígban) karón sang íla mga ólo. That disconcerts (worries) them for the present. Palíbga (Palibugá) ang íya ólo. Perplex or embarras him. Involve him in difficulties. Ang amó nga hitabû walâ gid magpalibúg sang íya panumdúman. Walâ gid pagpalíbga ang íya panumdúman sang amó nga hitabû. That event did not upset him in the least. (see libúg, palíngin).


palíntong

Hiligaynon

Caus. of líntong-to be confused, etc. Nagpalíntong siá sang íya ólo. He is cudgelling his brains. (see palibúg, palíngin).


língin

Hiligaynon

To worry, confuse, be upset, etc. Nagalíngin ang íya úlo. He is upset. His head is all of a whirl. Nagalíngin ang íla úlo, kay walâ magabút ang sakayán. Their mind is upset or they are worried, because the boat has not arrived. Palíngna (palingína) ang íya úlo. Perplex him. Cause him some worry. Worry him. (see lingín).