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pasipála

Hiligaynon

Insult, blasphemy, discourtesy, disrespect, contumely, affront, dishonour, indignity, outrage, insolence, an insolent act or speech; to insult, heap indignity upon, treat vilely, blaspheme, affront. Indì mo pagpasipaláhan ang ímo ginikánan. Do not insult your parents. Nagpasipála siá sa Diós. Ginpasipaláhan níya ang Diós. He has blasphemed God. Anó ang ginapasipála níya sa ímo? How did he insult you? What insult did he offer you? (see tampálas).



biáy-bíay

Hiligaynon

Ridicule, joke, chaff, derision, banter, fun; to make fun of, poke fun at, ridicule, deride, twit, quiz, chaff, laugh at, rally, banter, crack jokes at another's expense. Indì mo pagbiáy-biáyon ang ákon ngálan. Don't make fun of my name. (see tiáwtíaw, lahógláhog, uslít, úmpit, pasipála, uligâ, ulígyat, yagutâ).


hípal

Hiligaynon

To insult, upbraid, ridicule, scoff, use insolent language. (see pasipála, yagutâ, yagúm-at, uligâ, ulígyat, tiáw-tíaw).


mapinasipaláhon

Hiligaynon

Insulting, affronting, deriding, mocking, scoffing, blaspheming, blasphemous, scurrilous, gibing, abusive, jeering, vilifying. (see pasipála).


pabuhî-búhì

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of pabúhì. Nagapabuhîbúhì na gid lang siá sa íya asáwa sang mga pasipála nga siá íya walá sing pagígnuk. He now gives his wife full liberty to abuse him in vile language without retaliating, without remonstrating.


palasipalahán

Hiligaynon

(H) Deserving to be-insulted,-reviled,-vilified,-treated with ignominy; contemptible, despicable, mean, vile, wicked. (see pasipála).


pasipád-an

Hiligaynon

From pasipála for pasipaláhan.


porpía, porpiár

Hiligaynon

(Sp. porfía, porfiar). Obstinacy, persistence, stubbornness, competition, provocation; to wrangle, quarrel, bicker, contend, provoke, altercate in opprobrious terms, insult or abuse with contemptuous language. Ginporpía (Ginporpiár) níya akó. He insulted me. He provoked me. Nagaporpiáhay (Nagaporpiyáhay) silá. They are abusing each other. (see ákyat, pamúyas, pinuyasáy, timoláng, pasipála, padag-ánay, paindísíndis).


tampálas

Hiligaynon

Insult, affront, outrage, contempt, contumely, blasphemy; to insult, revile, affront, outrage, blaspheme, treat with ignominy, despise, contemn, vilify. Indì mo siá pagtampaláson. Don't insult him. Gintampálas níya ang Diós. He blasphemed God. (see pasipála, úmpit).


tig

Hiligaynon

A prefix denoting the agent, time or season of what the root implies, e.g. tigpalamunít-the season for fishing with hook and line, from bunít, pamunít; tigpalanyagá-dinner time, dining hour, from panyága; tigpalamúgo-the time when the chickens come home to roost, from púgo, pamúgo; tigilítlog-the egg-laying season, from ítlog; tigsápul- a councillor, adviser, from sápul; tigtampálas, tigpasipála-a wretch, criminal, felon, blasphemer, etc., from tampálas, pasipála; tigsákdag-a helper, supporter, advocate, from sákdag, etc. etc. (see tag-).


úmpit

Hiligaynon

Affront, insult, act or speech of insolence, scorn, mockery, contempt; to affront, insult, mock, deride, scoff, ridicule. (see pasipála, tampálas, támay, uligâ, ulígyat, buyáyaw, ihígihíg).


úmpit

Hiligaynon

Affront, insult, act or speech of insolence, scorn, mockery, contempt; to affront, insult, mock, deride, scoff, ridicule. (see pasipála, tampálas, támay, uligâ, ulígyat, buyáyaw, ihígihíg).


uligâ, ulígà

Hiligaynon

Ridicule, mockery, sarcasm; to ridicule, mock, scoff at. Ginpasipaláhan níya siá kag ginuligâ sang maláut nga mga púlong. He insulted him and mocked him with vile language. Indì mo siá paguligaón. Don't scoff at him. Don't make him the butt of your sarcastic remarks. (see ulígyat, támay, tíaw).


uligâ, ulígà

Hiligaynon

Ridicule, mockery, sarcasm; to ridicule, mock, scoff at. Ginpasipaláhan níya siá kag ginuligâ sang maláut nga mga púlong. He insulted him and mocked him with vile language. Indì mo siá paguligaón. Don't scoff at him. Don't make him the butt of your sarcastic remarks. (see ulígyat, támay, tíaw).