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palpagpálpagv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- accmagpálpagv shake, dishevelsyntukyab padpad
palsipikadopalsipikádoSpadj deceitful, fraudulent, dishonestPalsipikado ina na tawo.That person is deceitful.
palsipikarpalsipikárSpv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- accmagpalsipikárv forge something, falsify, fakeNagpalsipikar siya san pirma san iya ama.He forged the signature of his father.pagpalsipikárn forgery, counterfeiting, fakingGin-akusar siya sin pagpalsipikar.He was-accused of forgery.parapalsipikárn forger, counterfeiter, faker, falsifierSiya an parapalsipikar san pirma ni Patria.He is the forger of Patria's signature.
palsopálsoSpadj fail, falsePalso an iya plano.His plan failed.magpálsov [c6] MAG- ag; -ON pat; I- acc. failNagpalso siya san iya tuga.He failed his promise.
paltapáltav [c7] MAG- act; -AN goal; PA-..-ON pat; I- accmagpáltav absentDili ka magpalta buwas.Do not absent-yourself tomorrow.pagpáltan absenceGinpasinsya ko an iya pagpalta kay patay an iya lola.I excused her absence because her grandmother died.parapáltan absenteeWara ako sin parapalta sa akon klasi.I have-no absentee in my class.pálta rasónadj rude, flippant, impudent, impertinentPalta rason ka na tawo.You-are a rude person.
palungpongpalúngpongCebn bushes, shrubsHalagba na an palungpong sa uma.The bushes in-the field are tall already.palungpúnganv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- acc. clear away bushes, cut off bushesPalungpungan niyo an uma.Clear-the-bushes-from the field.
palupinopalupínon ipil-ipil treeTumiko an kahoy na palupino san hanginon.The ipil-ipil tree bends when the wind-blows.
paluyu-luyopaluyu-lúyoadj side by sidecfluyo
palwapalwán frond. Refers to frond of a coconut tree or the banana leafcfpal-aydry coconut frondsynpaklang frond
pamadapamádaEngn pomade. Refers to pomade hair conditioner, a commercial brand product
pamahawpamáhawCebn breakfastUdto na an aton pamahaw.Our breakfast is late/is at noon already.ipamáhawn breakfast foodWara kita sin ipamahaw buwas.We have-no breakfast-food for-tomorrow.VariantpamahawónVariantpamahawánmagpamáhawv [c2] MAG-, MA- act. eat breakfast, breakfastNagapamahaw sinda.They are-breakfasting.
pamahawánn Variantpamahaw breakfast food
pamahawónn Variantpamahaw breakfast food
pamaklopamaklón fingernail cuttercfpaklo
pamalakwitpamalákwitn fishing rod, fishhookcfbalakwit fishhooksynpamalawifishing rod
pamalákwitn fishhook, fishing rod
pamalawipamalawíCebn fishing rodNawara an iya pamalawi.His fishing-rod was-lost.cflawi fish hooksynpamalakwitfishing rod
pamalisyapamalísyaSpn omen, premonition
pamatipamátìv listenPamati kamo sin maayo.You-all listen well.magpamátìv [c2] MAG- ag. listen toSiya la an babayi na nagapamati san akon kanta.She is the only girl who listens to my singing.cfbati1
pamatyagpamátyagn feeling of healthcfbatyag feelingVariantpagbatyaghealthVariantbatyag health
pambarapambáran something used for a crowbarsynbara1 crowbar
pambihirapambihíràadj rare, extraordinary, unusual, exceptional, great, outstandingPambihira an pagnigar niyo san diosnon na kasuguan.Your rejection of-the divine law is unusual.Pambihira siya na tawo.He is an extraordinary person.cfbihira seldom
pamilyapamílyaSpn familyWara pa siya sin pamilya.He has-no family yet.magpamílyav [c2] MAG- act. have a family, raise a familyMalisod an magpamilya niyan na panahon.It is hard to-have-a-family these days.
pamintahapamintáhav [c2] MAG- actmagpamintáhav take advantagecfbintaha
pamiyintapamiyíntaSpn black peppersynsili pepperVariantpimyinto black pepper