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paka-1páka-prefixafter. For more information, see the Grammatical Sketch, sec. 6.8.Pakatapos mo pag-alog, kumadi ka.After you are-finished fetching-water, come-here.synpagkaafter
pakaburubuskadpakaburubuskádadj untiecfbuskad2
pakainpakaíninterr prn where going? This is a variant of mapakain, 'go-where?'cfhain
pakakatagpakakátagn spreading outcfkatag
pakanpakánconj thenNakita ko an Araneta Colesium, pakan nagsakay naman kami sa bus, pakan naglusad naman.I saw the Araneta Colesium, then we rode in-turn on-a bus, then got-off in-turn.
pakangpákangn laundry paddle. Refers to a flat paddle used to beat dirt from wet clothes. Some speakers prefer to use palo as the word for laundry paddlesynpalo1 paddlepala2 paddleVariantpakángmagpákangv [c5] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN loc. launder clothes with a paddle. This word is also used by some speakers as the word for general paddle usecflaba1 pakangónv be paddledNagtangis an bata kay ginpakang siya sa bubot.The child cried because he was-paddled on the rump.
pakángn Variantpakang laundry paddle
pakaonpakâonn feastcfkaon
pakaspákasCebn dried fishNagbakal ako sin isad ka kilo na pakas.I bought a kilo of dried-fish.magpákasv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal/ben; I- acc. dry fishNagapakas sinda sin baraka.They are-drying lapu-lapu-fish.pagpákasn dehydration
pakataposconj then, afterwards
pakbitpakbítn recipe of vegetables mixed with pork and shrimps. This receipe also contains bitter melon as flavoringGamiton ko ini sa pagpinakbit sa akon sura.I will-use this in making-pinakbit for my main dish.
paketepakéteSpn package, pack, parcel, packetMangayo ka sin duha na pakete na Oresol.You request two Oresol packets.
pakianapakiánav [c2] MAG- actmagpakiánav question, inquiresynhunga questionhapot
pakig-usadpakig-úsadn union, unityAn imo pakig-usad sa imo asawa wara sin katapusan.Your union with your wife has-no end.cfusad onemakig-úsadv unite withMakig-usad ka sa amon.You unite-with us.
pakimaluoypakimalúoyn entreaty, imploring, begging, pleading, appealSige lang niya an pakimaluoy sa Dios.She just continued the pleading to God.cfluoy
pakipagkapwapakipagkápwàn human relationscfkapwa fellowman
pakitang-tawopakitang-táwoadj feigned, sham, false front, just for showcfkita2
paklangpáklangCebn frond. Refers to the large leaves of coconut, banana and similar treesMagkuha ka sin paklang san lubi.You get a frond from-the coconut-tree.paklánganv [c3] MAG- exp; -AN pat. get fronds, take fronds, strip fronds from tree, denude a tree of frondsGinpaklangan an saging.The banana-tree had-been-stripped-of-its-fronds.synpal-aydry coconut frondpalwafrond
paklopaklóv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN loc; I- accpakluhánv trim nails, cut nails. Refers to trimming fingernails and toenailsKadi kay pakluhan ko an imo kuko.Come here because I will-trim your nails.pamaklón fingernail cutterPahurama ako san imo pamaklo.Lend me your nail-cutter.synhinguko trim fingernails
pakloypákloyn pauper, tramp, vagabondcfpobrepoor personkapos-paladpoormakapákloyv [c2] MAKA- act. free load, ride free. Refers to getting for free what others have to pay forDili na siya makapakloy sa lantsa kay may bantay pa sa iya.He is not now able-to-ride-free on-the launch because there-is still a guard on it.
paknitpáknitv [c2] MAG- expmagpáknitv tear, rip, shredsyngisi tornlaknit rip offlaksi1
pako1pákòn iron nail, spikeMagbakal ka sin isad ka kilo na pako.You buy one kilo of iron-nails.magpákòv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- acc. nail somethingNagapako si Clito san inda kisame.Clito is-nailing up their ceiling.ipákòv something be nailedIpako mo ini na karatula dida sa aton pwertahan.Let this sign be-nailed by-you there at our-incl doorway.pakûanv nail into/onto somethingPinakuan ni Ramon an guma sa dyip ni Pepe.The tire on Pepe's jeep was-nailed-into by Ramon.mapakûanv be nailed, be punctured by a nailNapakuan an guma sa dyip.The tire on-the jeep was-punctured-by-a-nail.
pako2pakôCebn 1wingDili ka makalupad kay wara ka sin pako.You cannot fly because you have-no wings.synpakpak2wing2sleeves. Refers to the balloon-like sleeves of the formal Philippine dress for womenLukuta an pako san imo bado.Roll up the sleeves of your dress.pakùánv [c7] MAG- ag; -AN goal; I- acc. attach a sleevePakuan mo an bado ko.You attach-sleeves-on my dress.
pakot1pákotn wild boarmapákotadj ferocious
pakot2pákotn addictIna na tawo pakot na sa pagsigurilyo.That person is already an addict to smoking.