Search result(s) - pamiyómíyo

paatón-áton

Hiligaynon

To work-, look out-, be concerned-, for oneselves alone, be selfish. (see pailáíla, paiyáíya, pamiyómíyo).



paiyá-íya

Hiligaynon

To be egoistic, selfcentred, look out for oneself, not to concern oneself about others, be selfish, keep to oneself, have nothing to do with or have no concern for anybody else, be independent, live only for oneself. Ang mga pumulúyò siníng báryò nagapaiyáíya gid lang. The inhabitants of this village are unsocial, individualistic i.e. each family cares only for itself without asking from, or giving to, others any assistance or service. (see íya, pamiyómíyo).


pakaíyan

Hiligaynon

To show off, be ostentatious, make a display of oneself, do what one pleases, to display one's riches, etc. Nagapakaíyan gid lang ang mga manggaránon sa íla mga áwto, bísti, etc. The rich ones like to display their automobiles, their dresses, etc. (see patúyang, paiyáíya, pamiyómíyo, pabugál).


pamiyó-míyo

Hiligaynon

(Probably derived from the Spa. mio-my, mine). To be egoistic, selfish; to be concerned only about oneself; to silently disregard or ignore petitions, questions, etc. made by others. Nagapamiyómíyo lang siá, ápang sa waláy duhádúha may madámù siá nga pílak. He just keeps his own counsel, but he certainly has much money. Sa tungâ sang pamiyómíyo kag paiyáíya sang kalabánan sa karón nga panahón may ibán pa man nga mga táo nga may patugsíling kag pasunáid sa íla isigkatáo. Amongst the egoism and selfishness of the majority now-a-days there still remain some who have consideration and regard for their neighbours. (see paiyáíya).