n. Parnassus, the mountain sacred to the Muses (literary). Niadtung higayúna wà pa siya mag-ampù sa Parnásu, At that time he had not begun writing poetry (worship at Parnassus).
n. parcel of land; v. divide land into parcels.
v. for eyesight to fail or be impaired. Na, ug muparsiyar ug súgud ang átung mata, lisud na ta makabasa, When your eyesight starts to get impaired, you can hardly read. parsiyádu a. for the vision to be weak.
n. term of address among men of the same age, usually among friends. Mangharána ta unyang gabíi part, Let’s go serenading tonight, partner.
a. part-time work, working part-time; v. work part-time. Nagpartayim kug tyútur samtang nagmaistra, I worked part-time tutoring while I was teaching. -ir n. one who works part-time; v. work as a part-timer.
n. 1. share of something Tagáan ta kag usa ka parti, I’ll give you one share. Kwarta parti, A quarter part; 2. part assigned to someone in a play, program, and similar activity. Unsay ímung parti sa dráma? What’s your part in the drama? 3. a specific part of a certain location or place. Háin kang parti sa Mindanaw puyù? In what part of Mindanao do you live? 4. concerning about. Nangutána siya parti sa nahitabù, He asked about what happened. Parti sa ímung anak ayaw kabaláka, Don’t worry about your son; v. 1. divide something; 2. relay a message; report. Iparti ni nátù dáyun, Let us report this immediately. -da n. 1. message, report. -da dibawtismu baptismal certificate; 2. share, part of something divided; v. see parti, v.
n. party, a social gathering; v. have, throw a party. Ámung gipartíhan ang bag-ung nanggraduwar, We held a party for the new graduates. — layin n. party line of a telephone; v. 1. be on the same party line; 2. get as one’s party line. partiparti n. parties collectively, esp. dance parties. Túa siya kanúnay ug ása tung partiparti, Wherever there is a party you’ll be sure to see him. Daghang partiparti sa Disimbri, There are lots of parties in December.
(from parti) n. 1. s.w., in a certain part of some place. Adtu ku maninda sa partída sa Mindanaw, I sell things in some places in Mindanao; 2. place one goes outside of the home on business; 3. amount paid for goods bought wholesale or in big quantities; v. 1. migrate, travel. Gipartída námù ang mga dagkung syudad sa Urúpa, We visited the big cities of Europe; 2. peddle. Túa siya sa kabukíran nagpartídag bulad, She is in the mountains peddling dried fish; 3. buy in great quantities. Nakapartída kug barátu kaáyung isdà, I managed to buy a big quantity of fish cheaply; 3a. sell wholesale. Íyang ipartída pagbaligyà kay sámuk ug minudúhun, He will just sell it wholesale because it is too much trouble to sell it in small quantities.
n. 1. advantage given in a game. Dakù ang partída nga ílang gihátag sa kaatbang, They gave their opponents a big advantage; 2. in billiards or games of pool where dice are thrown to give the player part of the score, the points the player must make to win in addition to the number rolled on the dice; 2a. have made the requisite number of points in billiards. Makakuhir lang kug dus puntus, partída na ku, If I can get two points, I win. Dus puntus na lay ákung partída, I need only two points to win this game; v. 1. give an advantage to the opponent in games, contests, etc. Kun partidáhun ku ning ákung manuk, musúkul ka? If I have my cock give you an advantage, would you bet against it? 2. need (so-and-so) many more points to win in billiards.