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panápa

Hiligaynon

Freq. of tápa-to dry meat, etc.



panápa

Hiligaynon

Sometimes used instead of panapát, e.g. Nanápa siá nga índì na gid magsakáy sa sakayán, kay makaisá nadiotayán lang siá (kag) malúnud. He made a resolution not to travel any more by boat, because once he was nearly drowned.


panapá

Hiligaynon

The (trapeziform) side of a roof. (see panólong-the triangular end of a roof).


panólong

Hiligaynon

The two triangular ends of an ordinary native house-roof. (see panapá-the trapeziform side of a roof).


panapák

Hiligaynon

Freq. of sapák-to mind, care for, attend to.


panápang

Hiligaynon

Inkling, thought, idea, knowledge; to know (mostly used with "walâ"). Walâ gid siá sing panápang kon diín siá mapakádto. He had not an inkling (did not care) of where he was going to. Walâ gid silá panápang kon anó ang íla madangátan. They have no idea of what is in store for them. They don't (didn't) care for the consequences.


panapás

Hiligaynon

Freq. of tapás-to hew down, fell (trees, etc.). Panápson nínyo ang mga káhoy dídto sa bánglid. Cut down the trees there on the slope. (see púkan, pamulúd).


panapát

Hiligaynon

Freq. of tapát-to purpose, resolve, determine, make a resolution, be determined to, make up one's mind, be bent (set) upon.


panápat

Hiligaynon

Freq. of dápat-to use, apply, etc. Anó nga bulúng ang ginpanápat sa íya sang manugbúlung? What remedies did the doctor apply to him? Also: to wear an amulet, or the like. Ang babáylan nagapanápat gihápon sa íya láwas kon magkádto siá sa búkid. The sorcerer always wears an amulet when he goes to the mountain. Anó karón ang íya ginadalá nga panápat? What kind of an amulet does he wear now? What sort of an outfit has he got now?