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panáad

Hiligaynon

Freq. of sáad. To make a solemn promise, vow, especially to make a vow to God or in honour of the Saints; a vow, solemn promise. May panáad siá. He is under a vow. He has a vow. He has-vowed,-made a vow,-taken a vow. Anó man ang ginpanáad mo? What did you vow or promise solemnly? Ginpanaádan (-aáran) níya ang Diós sang íya pagkaúlay. She vowed to God her virginity. Tumána ang ímo pinanáad. Fulfil your vow. Perform what you have vowed. Keep your promise. Keep-, make good-, your vow (word).



bóto

Hiligaynon

(Sp. voto) Vow, voice, vote, suffrage; to vote. Botóha si Fuláno sa pagkapangúlo-bánwa. Vote for N.N. as Municipal President. (see panáad, sáad, pílì, pilî).


pamísa

Hiligaynon

A Mass stipend or Mass intention; to have a Mass said or pay the stipend for a Mass intention. May panáad siá sa pagpamísa. He has made a vow to have a mass said. Ginpamisáhan ko si nánay. I had a mass said for mother. Ipamísa ko lang iníng kwárta. I intend to give the money for masses. Madámù nga pamísa ang ginabáton ni Párì Hosé. Father José is receiving many mass-intentions. (pa, mísa).


pátnà

Hiligaynon

Promise, vow; to promise, decide, determine. Pátnà níya nga iháwon níya ang báboy. He had promised to kill the pig. (see túg-an, panáad).


sáad

Hiligaynon

Promise, vow, engagement, undertaking, word, pledge; to vow, promise, undertake, engage, bind-, pledge-, commit-, take upon-, oneself, give-, pass-, pledge-, plight-, one's word. Ginsáad níya nga--. He vowed (promised) that--. Ginsaáran níya akó nga--. He promised me that--. N.B. The Frequentative panáad is more used, especially in connection with promises involving a vow. (see túg-an).