List of Cebuano words starting with the letter P - Page 3

páak

Cebuano

v. 1. bite, sting. Gipáak aku sa bátà, The child bit me. Hipaakan ku sa kasag, I got bitten by the crab; 2. be caught in something Hipaakan (napaakan) ákung karsúnis sa kadína sa bisiklíta, My pants got caught into the bicycle chain; 3. charge high prices on something sold. Ayaw sad kug paákag maáyu íni, Don’t charge me too much for this; 4. buy or ask for a small amount of someone else’s purchase, just enough to meet one’s needs. Mupáak kug singkwinta stábus sa ímung isdà, Let me buy fifty centavos worth of the fish you have bought. (→) n. claw, pincer of crustaceans. Paak sa kasag, Crab’s claw. pa- v. 1. allow to bite; 2. hold something with pliers. Ipapaak ang twirka sa alikáti samtang hugtan ang pirnu, Hold the bolt with the pliers while you turn the screw. paN-(→) v. 1. be biting with heat. Nagpamaak ang kaínit sa adlaw, The heat of the sun is scorching (biting). 2. bite one’s lips or tongue. Nagpamaak siya sa íyang ngábil sa kasukù, He is biting his lips in anger. -in-ay(→) v. biting each other, kissing lovingly. Lábing kaáyu sila nga nagpinaakay, They were very loving and kept kissing each other. -in- n. something acquired from the things someone has just bought. -in-an(→) n. bite. Wà muskitirúhi si Bungbung. Dì daghag pinaakan sa lamuk, Bongbong wasn’t given a mosquito net, so he got lots of mosquito bites.



n. dam


paamot

Cebuano

solicit


paanad

Cebuano

accustom


paanad

Cebuano

orientation


paanaron

Cebuano

v. familiarize


paangay

Cebuano

adapt


paanyag

Cebuano

embellish


n. make-up


cosmetic


paanyagan

Cebuano

n. parlor


paaro

Cebuano

caprice


paaron-aron

Cebuano

pretend


paaron-aron

Cebuano

simulation


paaron-ingnon

Cebuano

charlatan


paas, páas

Cebuano

a. having a tired voice, hoarse from overuse; v. for the voice to be tired and hoarse from overuse. Mupaas (mapaas) ímung tíngug ug magsígig tábì, Your voice will become hoarse if you keep talking too much.


páaw

Cebuano

see pálaw.


páaw

Cebuano

v. be anxious about something over which one has no information or over which one has little control. Mapáaw giyud ku níya ug wà siya sa balay sa alas nuybi, I get worried about him if he isn’t home at nine. Napáaw ang amahan kay diyútay na lang ang bugas, The father got worried because there was little rice left. ka- n. 1. need of something which one cannot do without. Way nakatábang sa ákung kapáaw. Wà kuy masangpit, No one helps me in my great need. I have no one to turn to. 2. anxiety for something over which one has a great concern.


masturbate


pabagay

Cebuano

harmonize


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