List of Cebuano words starting with the letter P - Page 198

palpal

Cebuano

v. 1. hit someone on the open palm. Palpálun ku run nang ímung kamut, I’m going to slap your palms; 2. knock something with the flat palm. Si Martiris ang nakapalpal sa búla gíkan kang Plurinsiyu, Martirez knocked the ball out of Florencio’s hands; 3. for the feet to get flat; a. flat of feet. -un(→) a. somewhat flat-footed.



palpara

Cebuano

n. a ruffle or frill attached to the neckline or to the sleeves of a dress; v. decorate a dress with ruffles or wear a dress decorated with ruffles.


palsipikado

Cebuano

counterfeit


quack


palsipikar

Cebuano

v. falsify papers or documents; forge someone’s signature. palsipikádu a. forged, counterfeit document, forged signature. palsipikasiyun n. falsification of documents.


palsu

Cebuano

a. 1. false, incorrect. Palsu ang ímung pangatarúngan, Your reasons are wrong; 2. failed. Palsu ang ílang tingúhà, Their endeavors came to naught; v. fail, not come to fruition. Mipalsu (napalsu) ang ílang plánu, Their plans failed.


palta

Cebuano

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palta

Cebuano

v. 1. fail to do something Walà pa ku makapalta sa ákung klási, I never missed a class. Napalta ug hatud run ang Tayims, The Times wasn’t delivered today; 2. break up people fighting. Gipalta sa pulis ang duha ka batan-un nga nagsinumbagay, The policeman separated the two youngsters who were engaged in a fist fight; n. 1. failure to attend some function; 2. fail to do something Way palta ang íyang pagbisíta magabíi, He never failed to visit her in the evening; 3. amount less in a score, amount lacking in a count. Palta úna ug tabla na kamu, One more point and you’ll be even. Ang ímung ihap kúlang. Palta ug duha, You counted wrong. You lack two. kúhà ug — v. be held culpable. Makuháag palta ang mga ginikánan nga kinamatayun nga mukastígu ug anak, Parents can be held culpable if they punish their children too severely. hiN- a. tending to be absent.


paltik

Cebuano

n. 1. homemade firearms; 2. fake money; 3. in baseball, foul ball; 4. someone who rides something or enters without a ticket. Daghang paltik sa ílang pasahíru, There were lots of non-paying passengers. paN- v. go s.w. without a ticket. Náay ákung amígu sa sini. Mamaltik ta, I have a friend that works in the theater. Let’s sneak in.


paltus

Cebuano

v. fail in one’s plans or strategy. Mipaltus ang íyang plánung manúlis kay hipanid-an man, His plans for the robbery were foiled because someone had observed him.


pálu

Cebuano

(not without l) n. 1. mast; 2. pole; v. make a mast, pole, put a mast on. Káhuy nga palúhun sa bangkà, A piece of wood to make into a mast of the boat. — Maríya see bitáug. — síbu n. name of a game in which someone tries to climb a greased pole to get a prize on top. palupálu n. paddle used in pounding clothes; v. beat with a paddle.


palu

Cebuano

(not without l) v. 1. be disappointed and embarrassed due to the failure of one’s expectations. Napalu siyag hátag ug gása kay dílì pa diay mau ang adlaw, He was embarrassed when he gave his birthday gift as it turned out it was not the man’s birthday; 2. for a top to fail to spin.


pálù

Cebuano

a. infatuated (slang). Misugut dáyun kay pálù man siya nákù, She accepted me right away because she has a crush on me; v. get a crush on someone


palù

Cebuano

v. hit, slap in punishment. Paluun ku ang ímung nawung, I will slap your face. Hipaluan siya sa sinílas, He got slapped with the slippers; n. something used to slap with. hiN- a. fond of hitting.


paluap

Cebuano

v. 1. follow up one’s orders or request to see if they have been acted on. Madúgay ang aplikisyun ug way mupaluap, The application will take forever if no one follows it up. 2. in basketball, knock the ball into the basket after it bounces from the ring or board. Ug dì masyát ang búla ipaluap dáyun, If the ball doesn’t get in the first time, knock it in by hitting it again; n. act of knocking a ball which bounces off the ring or board into the basket.


palubog

Cebuano

tarnish


pálud

Cebuano

n. shingle of palm thatch, usually nípà but also lumbiya, used for roofing or walling. It is made by wrapping the leaflet around a piece of bamboo and sewing it; v. make into, provide with shingles of this sort. palawran n. piece of bamboo around which the shingle is wound and sewn.


palug

Cebuano

n. a kind of fresh-water fish, about 3″ long, blackish and scaly.


palug

Cebuano

n. half a buck (slang).


palumar

Cebuano

n. dovecote; v. construct or put up a dovecote s.w.


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