v. 1. stay up very late at night or the whole night through. Nagpulaw ku sa bátà gabíi, I stayed up all night to watch the child last night. Dì ku mupulaw (mamulaw) ug tuun, I won’t stay up late studying. Gipuláwan (gipamuláwan) sa sastri ang ákung sinínà, The seamstress stayed up late finishing my dress; 2. keep a fire or lamp going the night through. Magpúlaw ku arun dúna tay káyu kanúnay, I’ll keep a fire burning so that we’ll always have fire; 3. for a feeling to be kept alive. Ang tingúhà sa pag-adtu sa Amirika nagpúlaw sa íyang dughan sukad sa bátà pa, The desire to go to America has been kept burning in his breast since his childhood. (→) n. see -an(→). -an(→), ka-an n. 1. small lamp that is left lighted throughout the night; 2. log that is kept burning day and night.