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páli

Hiligaynon

A kind of mango smaller than the regular variety.



palî

Hiligaynon

Scar, mark left by a wound, boil or the like, a cicatrix, cicatrice. (see pinalian, kapalián).


pálì

Hiligaynon

To form a scar, cicatrize, skin over, heal (said of a wound, etc.). Nagkapálì (Napálì) na ang íya pilás. His wound is healed. Búlnga ang hubág agúd magkapálì (mapálì). Put some medicine on the boil, that it may heal up. Idápat iníng bulúng sa pagpapálì sang pilás. Use this medicine to cure the wound. (see áyo).


himalî, himálì

Hiligaynon

To form scabs, heal, become sound, be cured (of wounds, ulcers, burns, etc.). Nagahimalî na ang ákon pilás. My wound is now healing. Ginahimalián na siá sang íya nga katúl. His "katúl" is being cured,-is getting well. (see pálì, palî).


kapalián

Hiligaynon

The closing or healing of a wound, etc. (see pinalían-the mark of a healed wound or ulcer, scar, cicatrix). (see pálì).


kugán

Hiligaynon

A scab, scar, cicatrix, cicatrice. (see pálì, pinalían).


palíhon

Hiligaynon

Like-, pertaining to-, páli-a small mango; green, fresh.


pamálì

Hiligaynon

(H) Freq. of pálì-to heal over, form a scab, etc.


papálì

Hiligaynon

Caus. of pálì. Also: to apply a remedy to a wound in order to heal it.


pinalían

Hiligaynon

Healed, scarred, cicatrized, bearing the mark of a healed wound or ulcer. (pálì)


mapaligáron

Hiligaynon

(H) Postponing, dilatory, putting off, procrastinating, letting things pass by, paying no attention to, heedless. (lígad).


To step quickly aside, to sidestep, draw back, withdraw, retire a little or to a short distance, jump away. (see liás).


palíb-ok

Hiligaynon

To sustain one's voice, to keep up-, hold-, a note, to sing, shout, or speak without taking breath for a considerable time. Palib-oká ang ímo tíngug. Sustain your voice. Sing, shout or speak without a breathing spell for a considerable time,-without taking breath. (see líb-ok).


palibát

Hiligaynon

To squint, look askance, give a side-glance, look out of the corner (tail) of the eye. Indì ka magpalibát sa ákon. Indì mo akó pagpalibatán. Don't look askance at me. (see libát, lisíng).


palibó-líbo

Hiligaynon

To think over well, ponder, muse, meditate, reflect upon, consider, turn over in one's mind. Palibólibóha ánay ang sulát mo sa íya. Turn over in your mind beforehand (Ponder well) what you are going to write to him. (see libólíbo, painóíno, panghunâhúnà, basóbáso, palándong).


palíbon

Hiligaynon

To close completely, leave no opening, enclose entirely without any hole or aperture. (see líbon).


palíbud

Hiligaynon

Caus. of líbud-to peddle, hawk, etc. Palibúra siá sang ísdà sa íla dálan. Order him to peddle the fish in their street.


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).


palíbut

Hiligaynon

Caus. of líbut-to go round, etc. Also: Around, round, neighbourhood, environs, round about, encircling. Sa palíbut sang baláy. Round about the house. (see maglíbut).


pálid

Hiligaynon

To blow away, carry off or along, whisk off, send sailing or flying (said especially of wind). Ginpálid sang hángin ang íya pányò. His handkerchief was blown away by the wind. Andamí ang papél, agúd índì pagpalíron sang hángin. Mind the paper, lest it should be-(Take care that the paper is not)-carried off by the wind. (see dalá).


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