List of Cebuano words starting with the letter P - Page 196

palingpaling

Cebuano

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palinpinun

Cebuano

n; a. narrow road with a sharp turn having a high cliff on one side and a deep precipice on the other side.


palìpì

Cebuano

v. place thorns around the base of plants to keep them from animals or thieves. Ug wà pa ku makapalìpì sa ákung mangga, mahurut untà sa káwat, If I hadn’t put thorns around the base of the mango tree, the fruit would have all been stolen; n. thorns placed around plants.


palipong

Cebuano

daze


palis

Cebuano

n. early afternoon, between noon and 4 P.M; v. be in the afternoon. Napalisan kug laba sa mga bulingun, I washed the clothes until afternoon. Palisan ku ang ímung bábuy, I will pay for your pig with an afternoon’s work.


pális

Cebuano

see pálid, v2.


palispis

Cebuano

v. for leaves to start sprouting. Sa tulu ka adlaw mupalispis (mamalispis) na ang pugas, In three days the corn seeds will be sprouting. Nagpalispis na ang sanga nga íyang gitisuk, The branch of a tree that she planted is beginning to grow leaves; n. 1. short, thin sprouting leaf, not fully grown; 2. sheath of a stem of the bamboo plant; 3. sheath wings, usually of insects; 4. caudal fin of the squid. -in- n. a fraction of something Pinalispis lang kini sa ímung abilidad, This is only a fraction of your ability.


palit

Cebuano

buy


palit

Cebuano

purchase


palit

Cebuano

v. 1. buy. Akuy mupalit ánag diyis, I’ll buy it for ten pesos (lit. if it’s ten pesos). Kinsay nagpalit sa ímung awtu? Who bought your car? Nakapalit mig barátung kutsi, We managed to buy a car cheap. Palitun ku ning tambála, I will buy this medicine. Kinsay ímung gipalitan sa kutsi? Who did you buy the car from (or for)? Wà kuy kwartang ipalit ug awtu, I have no money to buy a car with; 2. — ug áway, burúka get into trouble with someone with whom one had no quarrel simply because of too much meddling. Sa ímung tábì nakapalit kag áway, You bought yourself a quarrel with your gossip; n. amount paid to buy something Pilay palit nímu sa isdà? How much did you pay for the fish? — baligyà n. buying and selling. Ang íyang patigáyun palit baligyà sa mais, He is in the business of buying and selling corn. (←) n. sales. Kusug ba ang pálit sa ímung tinda? Are your goods selling fast? a selling well; v. 1. sell in large quantities. Bulad mauy gipálit (gipalítan) run sa mga táwu kay mahal ang lab-as, Dried fish sells well now because fresh fish is dear; 2. for a farmer who raises his own to buy when his stock runs out. Nagpálit na run mi kay nahurut na ang abut námù nga mais, We are buying corn grits now because we used up our stock of corn. hiN-(←) a. fond of buying. Himálit kaáyu siyag prútas, She is fond of buying fruits. hiN-an, hiN-an(←) a. selling well. Himalitan (himalítan, pálit) ang ímung tinda kay bubaratu, Your goods sell well because they’re cheaper.


palíta

Cebuano

n. 1. brick trowel; 2. a flat paddle for removing baked foods from an oven; v. 1. smooth with a trowel. Palitáha ang pinising, Smooth out the finishing cement; 2. use a paddle, hit with a paddle. -da see palíta, v1.


palitan

Cebuano

change


n. sweet made of finely ground sticky rice patties boiled in water and covered with sugar and shredded coconut; v. make palitaw.


palite

Cebuano

buy


paliton

Cebuano

v. be bought


palítu

Cebuano

n. toothpick, matchstick; v. make a toothpick. paN- v. use a toothpick. Namalítu siya human ug káun, He picked his teeth after he ate.


palítu

Cebuano

see lítu.


paliya

Cebuano

amalaya


paliya, palíya

Cebuano

n. widely cultivated vine producing an elongated fruit with wart-like skin, eaten unripe as a vegetable, having a bitter taste: Momordica charantia.


paliyar

Cebuano

v. 1. for an engine to malfunction. Sus, nagpaliyar na pud ning kagangkagang! Darn! This rattletrap is breaking down again! 2. for a plan to fail to come out successfully. Mipaliyar ang ámung sábut nga mangalígù kay nag-ulan, Our plans to go swimming didn’t materialize because it rained; 3. default in payment. Nakapaliyar kug usa ka instulmin sa pagdaut nákù, I failed to pay one installment when I got sick; 4. for one’s health to fail. Mipaliyar ang íyang láwas tungud sa síging bilar, She kept staying up nights and it ruined her health. palyádu, palyáwu a. 1. malfunctioning; 2. failing to come out; 3. defaulting in payments; 4. failing in health; v. break down.


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