To put forth suckers or offshoots from the roots of the parent-stem, especially applied to bananas. Iníng mga ságing nagapanáhà sing madámù. These bananas have many offshoots. (see sáhà).
panahâ, Freq. of tahâ-to respect, honour, revere, etc.
Freq. of sahót-to attend to pay attention to, regard, consider, have consideration or regard for. Often used sarcastically in the meaning of: to keep aloof from, do not meddle or interfere, or the like. Panahót (sahót) ka sinâ. Leave that alone. Don't bother about it. (see sapák, dipára, tamúd, panahâ).
Freq. of táhap-to be afraid, apprehensive, shy, timid, have reverential fear, etc. (see panághap).