List of Cebuano words starting with the letter P - Page 187

see balbangáan.



matinee


palabi

Cebuano

prefer


palabi-labi

Cebuano

n. abuse


palabra

Cebuano

(not without l) n. 1. word of honor. Wà siyay palabra kay dílì mutúman ug sáad, He has no word of honor because he does not hold to his promises; 2. talk as opposed to action. Palabra lang, way nabúhat, It’s all talk, no action. — diunur word of honor. -s see síti.


palábu

Cebuano

see lábu.


palad

Cebuano

chance


palad

Cebuano

destiny


palad

Cebuano

fate


palad

Cebuano

luck


pálad

Cebuano

n. 1. palm of the hand; 2. one’s fate. Dì ku madátù kay mau nay ákung pálad, I will not get rich because it’s my fate not to. 2a. pilay — who knows? Ayaw siyag sawaya. Pilay pálad ug maprisidinti siya, Do not scorn him. Who knows, he might one day become president; 2b. walay — unfortunate. Mis — name Miss Palm, the hand as used in masturbating (humorous). Napildi kung Mis Pálad gabíi, I gave my all to Miss Palm last night (i.e. masturbated). (→) n. 1. general name given to various flatfishes: flounders, brills, soles; 2. kind of creeping grass: Cynodon dactylon. paladpalad 1. see palad, 1. 2. see bilabila. panim- v. venture, try one’s luck. Adtu ku sa Manílà manimpálad, I will go to Manila to try my luck. Panimpalári ug hangyù si Pidung básig musugut, Try your luck in asking Pedong to do it. He might agree to. hiN- v. read the palm. Human siya kahimadli naghingári lang siyag hinuktuk, Ever since he had his fortune read, he has moped. panghiN- n. palmistry. manghihimalad n. palmist.


palad

Cebuano

n. lot


palad

Cebuano

n. palm


paladyaw

Cebuano

(from layaw) n. kind of floating anchor attached to a line, consisting of a float and something tied to it to offer resistance (pákaw), the purpose of which is to slow down something drifting or hold back something moving; v. attach a paladyaw. Paladyawi ang palíhan arun malúya dáyun ang íhu, Attach a float to the harpoon line so the shark will tire easily.


palag

Cebuano

v. see hi-. hi-(←) v. meet with, run into. Nakapalag (nakahipálag) na ku sa hustung tubag, I found the right answer. Hipalgan sa mga pulis ang patayng láwas sa nalumus, The policemen found the dead body of the drowned person. Gikahipálag ku siya didtu, I ran into him there.


palagi

Cebuano

always


palagot

Cebuano

enrage


palagot

Cebuano

irritate


palagot

Cebuano

provoke


palagpag

Cebuano

n. 1. tray made of bamboo latticework that is hung s.w. for various uses, e.g. in the kitchen as a storage place for food, or hung in the garden as support for vines, et al. 2. bamboo stretcher for carrying corpses, the flooring of which is made of bamboo slats. Palagpag ang gikargáhan sa minatay, The corpse was carried on a bamboo stretcher; v. put in, make into a tray of this sort or in a bamboo stretcher.


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