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palapák

Hiligaynon

A hammer or beater, knocker, club, flail, rod, particularly a cotton beater. (see papák).



palápak

Hiligaynon

Caus. of lápak-to tread or step on, etc. Also: A devotional practice whereby the base of a statue of a Saint is applied to the head or to other parts of the body; to apply the statue or have it applied. May palápak. There is (was or will be) an applying of the statue. Mapalápak (Magapalápak) akó. I am going to receive the "palápak". Madámù gid ang ginpalapákan sang piésta ni San Bisénte. Very many people received "palápak" on the feast of S. Vincent. Ipalápak sa íya ang laráwan ni Sánta Ríta. Take the statue of S. Rita and give him the "palápak". (palápak literally means: to cause to tread on, to allow another to put his foot on one's head or neck (an ancient sign of submission).


palálpag

Hiligaynon

(H) Anything used as a hammer or knocker. (see pálpag, palapâ, palapák).


palapâ

Hiligaynon

A hammer. (see pâpâ, palapák).


parapák

Hiligaynon

(B) See palapák-hammer, etc.