Search result(s) - panuláy

panúlay

Hiligaynon

Freq. of súlay-to brave the rain, etc.



panúlay

Hiligaynon

Freq. of súlay-to prop up, support by (leaning) posts or props (set at an angle). Panuláyi ang baláy, kay magabágyo. Prop up the house with some posts, for a storm is coming. Manukó kag manúlay na kitá, agúd índì mapúkan sang hángin ang áton mga pulúy-an. Let us put up additional props and posts, that the wind may not be able to blow down our houses.


panuláy

Hiligaynon

Freq. of suláy-to tempt. Temptation, provocation; to tempt, try to seduce. Pronounced in anger "panuláy" is a curse. Panuláy gid iní! This is a damned nuisance! Damn it all! Curse it! Panuláy gid iníng táo! This man is a great nuisance!


hinonóo

Hiligaynon

On the contrary, but, but rather, however. Buút siá magdaúg sa ákon sa dúmug, hinonóo gánì siá amó ang nabúntol. He wished to defeat me in wrestling, but after all it was he who was thrown. "Dî mo kamí ipapagdaúg sa panuláy, hinonóo pamawíon mo kamí sa kaláut". "Lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil", (see tapát, agád).


manunúlay

Hiligaynon

A tempter; the devil. (see suláy, panuláy).


tentasyón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tentación) Temptation, enticement, allurement; also used as an exclamation: Blast it! Hang it! What a nuisance! (see panuláy).


súlay

Hiligaynon

Prop, support, shore, a length of cane or wood put up in a leaning position to prevent a house, wall, fence, etc. from falling; to prop, prop up, support, shore up. Suláyi ang baláy mo, agúd índì mapúkan sang hángin. Put props to your house, lest the wind should blow it over. Magsúlay (manúlay, magpanúlay) na kitá sang áton mga baláy, kay may bágyo nga maabút. Let us shore up our houses (with leaning supports), for a storm is approaching. (see tokó-an upright or vertical prop for floors, etc.).