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paráw

Hiligaynon

(B) To end, stop, etc. See paláw.



paráw

Hiligaynon

A boat propelled by sails and oars and fitted with outriggers; an outrigger.


baláw

Hiligaynon

Pitch, tar, bitumen, resin, rosin, asphalt; the pitch of the apítong tree; to pitch, tar, asphalt. Balawí ang kílid sang paráw. Cover the sides of the outrigger with pitch. (see sálong, alkitrán, aspálto).


bánka

Hiligaynon

(Sp. banca) A kind of boat, larger than a paráw, and without outriggers. Also: A game of cards; the keeper of the bank, banker (in gaming).


láyag

Hiligaynon

Sail, canvas, sheets; to set sail, hoist sails, provide with sails. Layági ang paráw. Hoist the sails on the outrigger. Iláyag iníng hénero. Use this cloth as a sail. Magláyag na kitá. Let us set sails. Linayágan níya ang lórtsa. He fitted out the lorcha with sails. Pinalayágan níya ang sakayán. He had sails provided for the boat.


lúgdang

Hiligaynon

Submersion, sinking, descent; to sink, disappear under (in) water, founder, go down, descend; cause to sink, etc. Linúgdang sang hángin ang sakayán nga nalulúnan sing táma kabúg-at nga siménto. The wind sank the boat that was too heavily laden with cement. Nalúgdang (nagkalúgdang) ang paráw sang pagbágyo. The outrigger sank during the storm. (see túgdang).


paláw

Hiligaynon

To end, stop, terminate, cease, close, finish, conclude, cause to cease, put a stop to, bring to an end, put an end to, said especially of troubles and difficulties. Palawá ang íya kalisúd. Put a stop to his distress. Ipaláw iníng kalingáwlingáwan sa íya kasubô. Make use of this diversion to make her stop mourning. Ang pagabút ni tátay nagpaláw sang íya nga kamíngaw. The arrival of father was the end of her loneliness. Ginpaláw sang diósnon nga kaló-oy ang íya makahanúsbò nga kahimtángan. The mercy of God granted that his pitiable condition should end. (see paráw).


panimbángon

Hiligaynon

See panímbang. Kon mamádlus ang hángin kag dílì maáyo ang panimbángon makulúb gid ang sakayán. When a stiff breeze is blowing and the boat is not kept on an even keel (When the wind blows violently and the boat is not under good management), it will certainly capsize (be overturned). Iníng táo maáyo gid manimbángon sang paráw. This man knows very well how to steer an outrigger (called paráw). (see binangî).


pánkò, pánko

Hiligaynon

(Sp. panco) A kind of coasting vessel smaller than a lorcha and larger than a paráw, but without outriggers.


tarík

Hiligaynon

A cross-beam to which the outriggers of a paráw, etc. are attached.