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pamádo

Hiligaynon

Strong, durable, lasting. Pamádo nga sapátos, baláy, kampanáryo, kodál, etc. Strong boots, a strong house, belfry, fence, etc.



pamadô

Hiligaynon

To go to a banquet, assist at a feast. Indì siá buút magpamadô karón, kay masákò siá. He does not like (wish) to assist at the feast, because he is very busy. (see bádù).


durár

Hiligaynon

(Sp. durar) To last, endure. Iníng baláy pamádo gid, segúro magadurár sing kalím-an ka túig. This house is very strong, it will certainly last fifty years. (see dúgay, búhay).


pamunsyón

Hiligaynon

To go to-, assist at-, partake of-, a banquet, etc. (see punsyón, panábad, pamadô).


tábad

Hiligaynon

Banquet, feasting, feast, repast, regalement, junket, junketing, celebration or party with plenty of food and drink; to partake of-, assist at-, prepare or provide-, a banquet, etc. May tábad silá dídto. They are having (had, will have) a feast there. Nagtábad silá kahápon. They got ready-, They prepared-, They assisted at-, a banquet yesterday. (see panábad, bádù, pamadô, punsyón, pamunsyón, salósálo, sinalósálo).