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paalangáy

Hiligaynon

To please, humour, let one have his will or way, let one do-as he pleases,-as he sees fit. Maálam gid siá magpaalangáy sa kay Fuláno. He knows very well how to humour N.N. Ginapaalangayán lang níla iníng bátà nga sutíl, kay bág-o lang nagáyo sa balatían. They allow this naughty boy to do as he pleases, because he has only lately recovered from an illness. (see pasugút).



padág-ay

Hiligaynon

To gratify another's wish, indulge another, let another have his will, wink at, accommodate oneself to, spoil (a child). Nagságsag ang íla anák, kay sang diótay pa siá íla ginpadagayán sang tanán níya nga luyáglúyag. Their son turned out bad, because when he was young they granted him everything he wished for,-they let him have everything he wanted. (see pasugút, pagústo, patúyang, pagusá, pasamíyang, pakaiyáníyan).