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padagv [c3] Variantpudag
padakpadákn brick of sugar. Refers to a hardened brick of brown sugar made from sugar cane juiceTagdos pisos an padak san kalamay.Bricks of brown-sugar are two pesos each.A padak is made by boiling down sugar cane juice to a very thick syrup. Then the syrup is poured into forms and cooled. The finished product is a brick of brown sugar.
padanlugipadanlúgiv bribecfdanlog
padipádìSpn priest. Usually understood to be a Catholic or Episcopalian priest, but can be used as a general term for the officeSi Rene an padi sa amon simbahan.Rene is the priest in our-excl church.pagpádìn priesthood. Refers to the occupation of serving as priestsAn pagpadi malisod.The priesthood is difficult.magpádìv [c2] MAG- exp. become a priestNagapadi si Edwin.Edwin is becoming-a-priest.
padirpadírn stone wall, concrete wallNagasakbot sinda sa padir.They are-climbing-up the concrete-wall.pagpadírn walling, wall makingTulo ka tuig an inda pagpadir palibot sa iskwelahan.Their making-of-a-wall around the school took-three years.magpadírv [c8] MAG- act; -ON pat; -AN loc; I- acc. construct a stone wall, construct a concrete wallNagapadir sinda sa iskwelahan.They are-constructing-a-stone-wall at-the school.
padispádisn pairAn karabaw igwa sin duha ka padis na tiil.The water-buffalo has two pairs of feet.pagpádisn pairingSala an imo pagpadis sa amon.Your pairing of us-excl was wrong.parapádisn matchmaker, matcherSi Ruben an parapadis sa mga daraga kag soltiro san amon lugar.Ruben is the match-maker for-the unmarried-ladies and single-men of our-excl place.Si Juan parapadis san mga sapatos na naghali sa Australia.Juan is a matcher of-the shoes which came-from Australia.magpádisv [c8] MAG- act; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- acc. pair off, form pairsNagpadis an duha na pareho maayo magsayaw.The two who-are equally good dancers paired-off.padísanv be paired off, be partneredPadisan mo si Lito pagsayaw.Let Lito be-partnered by-you in dancing.ipádisv be pairedIkaw, Alselmo an ipadis ko kan Aurora sa pagsayaw.Alselmo, you are the-one-who will-be-paired by-me with Aurora in-the dancing.
padpadpadpádv [c8] MAG- exp; -ON pat; -AN loc; I- acc.magpadpádv be blown offNagapadpad an mga papel sa lamesa kay hinangin.The papers are-being-blown-off of-the table because it is windy.ipadpádv 1brush off, shake offIpadpad an alpog sa iyo sapatos.Brush-off the dust from your shoes.cftuklang 2blow awayAn akon papel ginpadpad san hangin.My paper was-blown-away by-the wind.padpadánv be brushed offn doormatGinapadpadan ni Clara an bankgo kag lamesa sin alpog.The bench and table are-being-brushed-off by Clara of dust.Adto an padpadan.The doormat is over-there.pagpadpádn shaking offWara sin pwirsa an iya pagpadpad san padpadan.His shaking-off of-the doormat is not forceful.
padpadanpadpadánn doormatcfpadpad
padrepádreSpn fatherPabantayan an kada padre de pamilya san iya pamilya sugad sani.Have every father of the family guard his family like this.synama father
padukotpadukótv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal ; I- accmagpadukótv kindle something, cause something to burncfdukot1 scorched rice
padumdompadumdómn remindercfdumdom
padumut-dumotpadumut-dumótn grudgecfdumot
padusapadúsan 1punishmentsynkastigo punishment2dowrycfdusa
pag-nominal prefixgerundive action. The affix pag- replaces the mag- affix to derive gerundive nominals for the mag- verbs. For more information, see the Grammatical Sketch, sec. 1.4pag-(sanglod)NounsettingMag-abot na ngani an pagsanglod san adlaw.The setting of-the sun indeed arrives.pag-(preparar)NounpreparingKada usad sa inda nagsibot sa pagpreparar san inda regalo.Every one of them hurried in preparing their gift.
pag-abi-abipag-abi-abín welcomingcfabi-abi
pag-agdapag-ágdan invitationcfagda
pag-amigon Variantamigo friendship
pag-ampon prayingVariantampo1 pray for something
pag-ibakwítn evacuation, mass departure, flightcfibakwit
pag-ikonomíyan frugality, thriftiness, penny-pinchingcfikonomiyabe frugal
pag-inilàánn Variantila1 courting
pag-ungod-ungodn striving hard, diligence
pagal1pagáladj tired, fatigued, exhausted, wearyPagal siya sa iya paglakaton.He is tired-from his walking.synkapoy tiredguol tiredhapo1tiredpagpagáln tiring, wearying, exhaustingPakahuman sa pagpagal sa akon papabuhian niyo?After its-tiring me out you want-me-to-free it?kapagálann exhaustion, suffering, strugglesSubra an iya kapagalan.His exhaustion is great/excessive.mapagálv [c4] MA- exp; -ON pat. tire, be wearyKamo tanan na napapagal kadi sa akon.You all who are-tiring come to me.pagpagalónv be tiredGinoo, ayaw na pagpagala pa an imo sadiri.Sir, do not tire yourself any-more.
pagal2pagálv [c8] MAG- act; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- acc.magpagálv toil, labor, workMagpagal ka agod mabuhay sin abunda.You toil so-that you can-live in abundance.pagpagáln toil, work, laborWara sin pulos an imo pagpagal.Your toil is useless.pinagálann fruit of labor, result of labor, result of effortAn aton ginakaon dili nimo pinagalan.What we-incl are-eating is not the fruit-of your labor.
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