List of Cebuano words starting with the letter P - Page 176

paingon sa

Cebuano

prep. headed to



paingon sa

Cebuano

prep. towards


adj. outward


adv. upward


aback


backward


painit

Cebuano

hot


painit

Cebuano

warm


painitan

Cebuano

cafe


painitinit

Cebuano

bask


pais

Cebuano

v. cook something by wrapping it in leaves and burying it in live coals. Gustu kung paisan lang ang útuk, I want the brains prepared by broiling them in leaves. -in-an n. something cooked broiled in live coals.


paisánu

Cebuano

n. one’s compatriot, someone from the same town or village.


pait

Cebuano

a. 1. bitter in taste; 2. bitter in situation; v. 1. be bitter in taste. Mipait (napait) ang atay kay napusà ang apdu, The liver became bitter because the gall bladder broke. Paita ang timpla sa ákung kapi, Make my coffee strong (lit. bitter). 2. be a bitter situation. Ang nakapait nímu kay dì ka mamátig katarúngan, What’s bad about you is that you don’t listen to reason. -an(←) a. 1. for pork liver to taste bitter on account of what was fed to the pig; 2. kind of 1″ vase shell, the meat of which tastes bitter; v. for liver to get bitter in taste. pa-(←) n. dish of Ilocano origin made from goatskin, cut into tiny pieces, and cooked in vinegar with spices and made to taste very bitter by mixing spleen into it; v. prepare papáit.


pait

Cebuano

bitter


paitoy-itoy

Cebuano

kowtow


pak

Cebuano

n. word used in writing to represent the sound of a slap, or explosion of firecrackers.


pak-ap

Cebuano

v. pack up. Nagpak-ap na mi kay mularga, We’re packing up because we are about to leave.


pak-il

Cebuano

a. hard and compacted. Pak-il ang kamúti kay wà nímu tabúni paglung-ag, The sweet potatoes came out hard because you boiled them without a cover; v. become hard and compacted.


pákà

Cebuano

n. loud cracking sound like that of guns, wood cracking, slapping sound; v. 1. make a cracking sound. Mupákà giyud nang ímung nawung ug dílì ka patúu, Your face will resound with a crack if you don’t listen. Mipákà ang butu sa pusil, The gunshot resounded with a crack; 2. for a language to be spoken fast and fluently like a machine gun. Mupákà lang ang ininglis kay Amirikánu siya, His English comes fast and fluent because he is an American. — ang inamang not talking in a situation where conversation would be normal. (lit., talking like the mutes). Pulus man gud sila mauwáwun, pákà lang ang inamang, They were both shy and they just sat there in silence.


paka

Cebuano

n. pincers of shellfish.


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