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pagúyud

Hiligaynon

Caus. of gúyud. To let-, make-, order to-, haul or drag along, etc. Paguyúra ang karabáw sang kawáyan. Let the buffalo pull the bamboo. Paguyúra na lang akó sang kon pilá ka paggúyud ang kinahánglan mo pa túbtub nga maúbus pagdalá dirí sa ímo baláy ang duhá ka gatús ka nahót nga kawáyan. Let me now haul in as many hauls as you may need yet to complete the job of bringing here to your house the two hundred pieces of bamboo. Hóo, ipagúyud ko sa ímo, kon magkasugtánay kitá sa nahanungúd sang sóhol nga ibáyad ko sa ímo. Yes, I will get you to haul in (the bamboo), if we can come to an agreement about how much I have to pay you for the freightage. Sa tápus ang tágsa ka paggúyud papahuáya ang karabáw kay índì siá mapagúyud sing lángkoy. After each haul give the buffalo a rest, because it cannot be made to haul continuously (without a break).



pamápà, pamâpâ

Hiligaynon

Freq. of pápà. To hammer, strike or beat as with a hammer. Pamapáa ang maís túbtub nga magkabókbok sing maáyo. Beat the corn till it is quite reduced to powder.


pangítà

Hiligaynon

Freq. of kítà. To seek, look for, search for, try to find; to get a livelihood, work or do business for one's living; livelihood, sustenance, means or mode of one's life, business, employment, engagement, occupation. Mangítà ka sing manók. Look for some chicken. Pangitái akó sing páhò. Try to get some mangoes for me. Ginpangítà níya ang nadúlà nga síngsing túbtub nga íya nakítà. He sought for the lost ring till he found it. Anó ang íya pangítà? What does he do for a living? How is he employed? What is his business? Ang mangítà makakítà. Those who seek shall find.


paníkad

Hiligaynon

Freq. of síkad. To spread one's legs, plant them firmly on the ground; to lie down and push with the legs; to kick. Panikádi (panikári) silá túbtub nga magbúgtaw. Push them with your legs (Kick them) till they awake.


patúpling

Hiligaynon

To light, alight, settle upon, come to, arrive at, land, take up one's abode, come to rest (said particularly of fugitives, runaways, vagabonds, or the like). Túbtub karón walâ sing nakasáyod kon diín siá nagpatúpling (napatúpling). To this moment nobody knows where he is or where he has taken up his abode. (see túpling).


paturâ-túrà

Hiligaynon

Caus. of turâtúrà-to shake, etc. Ipaturâtúrà sa íya ang manók túbtub nga magsámpok. Let him shake and set on the cock till it gets up a fighting spirit.


pilípis

Hiligaynon

To crush, break into small fragments or crumble a piece of sugar, a clod of earth, a lump of salt, etc.; to rub, squeeze, roll (between the fingers). Pilipísa ang kalámay. Crumble the sugar. Pilipísa ang áto sang hílo túbtub nga magsulúd sa dágum. Roll the end of the thread to a fine point, till it can pass through the eye of the needle.


pókot

Hiligaynon

To move about as fish in a net, to be crowded; to wriggle, struggle. Nagapókot gid lang ang mga táo sa sulúd sang simbáhan. The people in the church are moving about like fish in a net, i.e. they are crowded or closely packed. Nagdúmug kag nagpokotáy silá nga duhá sing maláwig túbtub nga ang isá sa íla nabúntol. The two of them wrestled and struggled for a long time till one of them was thrown (and gave in).


puláw

Hiligaynon

To keep watch at night, stay up, keep awake, keep vigil, sit up, keep late hours. Pulawí ang masakít. Watch the sick person during the night. Magpuláw kamó túbtub kamí magabút. Keep awake till we arrive. Stay up for us. Ginpulawán gid sang íya mananábang ang amó nga kasábà. His lawyer sat up till late at night studying that case (lawsuit).


rirô-rírò

Hiligaynon

(B) Dim. of rírò. Dúro námon nga riró-rírò-or-dúro ang ámon nga pagrirôrírò túbtub nga nakadángat kamí sa ámon umá. We had to make many a detour before we reached our farm. Ginrirôrírò námon ang paglakát, kay madámul ang lúnang sa dálan. We walked a roundabout way, for there was deep mud on the road. Irirôrírò mo lang siá sa pagtokád, kay matáas ang búkid. Lead him up the ascent by a zigzag path, for the mountain is high. Riróa lang ang ímo paglakát-or-rirôriróa lang ang ímo paglakát, kon índì ka makaági sa dálan nga matádlong. Simply march by a circuitous route, if you cannot go by the straight road. (see tikôtíkò, likôlíkò).


ságap

Hiligaynon

(B) To look for, try to find, seek, go in search of, search for. Sagápa ang báboy nga nadúrà (nadúlà). Look for the lost pig. Anó ang ginaságap mo? What are you looking for? Sagápi akó ti ságing (sing ságing). Find some bananas for me. Nagaságap akó kang kálò ko, pay warâ ko makítà ásta tulád kadiá (kadyá). (Nagapangítà akó sang ákon kálò, ápang túbtub karón walâ ko makítà). I am looking for my hat, but can't find it. (see sághap, lághap, pangítà).


sákrò

Hiligaynon

Ill, evil, disease, sickness, illness; to make-sick,-ill. Andam ka, agúd índì ka pagsakroón liwán. Take care or you will get sick again. Si Fuláno ginsákrò sang isá ka simána kag túbtub karón ginasákrò pa siá gihápon. (Si Fuláno ginsákrò kang isaráng simána kag ásta tulád kadyá ginasákrò tána angód). N.N. was taken ill a week ago and up till now he is still unwell. Ang sinámbit nga mga sákrò amó ang íya ginabátyag. The ills mentioned are precisely those he is suffering from. (see sángkò, masakít, molomasakít).


sang

Hiligaynon

(H) Particle of time: When, as, at the time of, whilst, since,-ago. Sang úna nga tiémpo--. Formerly--. Sang paghalín ko sa baláy maáyo gid ang ákon láwas. When I left home I was very healthy. Sang may tátlo na ka túig--. Three years ago--. Sang pituádlaw nga tinalíkdan--. Last week--. Kútub sang--túbtub sa--. From--until--. Sang dídto akó sa Manílà--. When or whilst I was in Manila--. Sang isá sinâ ka ága (hápon, gáb-i, etc.)--. One morning (afternoon, evening or night, etc.)--. (see kang).


santíkan

Hiligaynon

Flint-stone, flint, stone from which fire is kindled by means of steel and tinder. Santikí ang santíkan sang aséro túbtub nga magkalayó ang bárok. Strike the flint with the steel till the tinder catches fire.


sápsap

Hiligaynon

To chip, cut, trim, dress wood, etc. Sapsapí ang halígi túbtub nga magpayósan. Dress or trim the post to a taper. Taper the post. (see básbas).


sigahúm

Hiligaynon

To desire, hanker after, aspire to, strive or long for, wish to obtain (a position, an office, etc.). Nagasigahúm siá sang pagkapangúlo-puód. He aspires to the office of Provincial Governor. Sigahumón mo gid ang ímo ginahándum túbtub nga makadángat ka sinâ. Strive to obtain what you want till you get it. (see hánggab, hingamó, himúlat, paningúhà, panikasúg).


solók-solók

Hiligaynon

(H) The stomach, abdomen; to give blows or fisticuffs directed against the stomach or abdomen. Masakít ang íya solóksolók. He has stomach-ache. Nagpagusá silá sang íla solóksolók (pagsolóksolók) sa waláy loóy-lóoy sa kaílo nga táo túbtub nga nagkúghad siá sing dugô. They exhausted their rage on the poor fellow and without the least mercy struck blow after blow with their fists on his abdomen till he coughed up blood. Indì mo siá pagsolóksolokón (pagsumbagón sa solóksolók). Don't strike him on the stomach (with your fist). (see soróksorók).


súyup

Hiligaynon

To sip or suck through a small aperture or tube, or the like; to absorb, imbibe, suck up. Suyúpa ang butóng. Sip the coconut milk. Ginsúyup níya ang ítlog nga hiláw. He sucked the raw egg. Ipasúyup sa bátà iníng gátas. Let the baby suck this milk. Suyúpa ang túbo túbtub nga maggwâ ang túbig. Suck the (air out of the) pipe till the water flows. (see súpsup, sópsop, hígop, yúpyup, sírib, láklak).


talabókan

Hiligaynon

Crossing, place where a river, creek, etc. has to be crossed or is usually crossed. Iníng subâ may tátlo ka talabókan humalín dirí túbtub sa minurô nga N. This river has to be crossed three times from here to the village N. (see tabók).


tápus

Hiligaynon

Finished, complete, ended, closed, terminated, concluded, all over; to finish, complete, end, close, conclude, terminate, get through with. Tapúsa ang ímo sulát. Conclude (Finish) your letter. Madúgay pa balá túbtub nga matápus inâ? Will it last a long time yet till it is finished (concluded)? Walâ kamí makatápus sang ámon pagarádo, kay nagab-ihán kamí. We could not finish our ploughing, for night overtook us. Tápus na. Finished. That's the end of it. It's all over. (see ápus).


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