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pulispulísEngn policeNagalibot an mga pulis sa kada balay para kuhaon an badil.The police are-going-around to every house in-order to-get the guns.
pulmonyapulmónyaSpn pneumoniaKun may pulmonya an bata kinahanglan na magpabulig sa doktor.If the child has pneumonia it-is-necessary to-get-the-help of-a doctor.
pulo1púloEngn polo shirtNawara an iya pulo.His polo-shirt is-lost.Variantpuro1islandpuluhónn polo shirt clothMatahom an imo puluhon.Your polo-shirt-cloth is beautiful.mapúlov [c7] wear a polo shirtMAG- act; -AN goal; I- acc. Mapulo ka lang.Just wear-a-polo-shirt.cfkamisulinlong sleeved shirt
pulo2pulón island, isle, islet, atollsynislaislandVariantpuro1island
pulo3púlon tool handle
pulo4púlòCebadj MA-, NA-napúlòadj tenNapulo an inda bata.Their child is ten-years-old.naurunapúlòv [c2] MA- exp. do by tensAn bilang naurunapulo kaya madali.The count was-done-by-tens so it-was-quick.
pulodpulódCebv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- accmagpulódv cut down, fell, chop downNagapulod sinda sin lubi.They are-cutting-down a coconut-tree.cfutod1 pagpulódn cutting downAn pagpulod sin kahoy na wara'n paaram ginadili.Cutting-down trees without pirmession is prohibited.
pulongpúlongCebn wordTuudan naton an pulong san Dios.Let us-incl believe the word of God.synsurmaton word
pulospulósn worth, value, usefulnessDyutay lang ini na bagay pero may pulos.This is only a small thing but it-has value.kapuslánann benefitNano an kapuslanan sana na bagay?What is the benefit of-that thing?magpulósv [c7] MAG- exp; MA-..-AN ben; I- acc. benefit, profitSin-o an nagpulos san mga bunga san mangga.Who benefitted from-the fruits of-the mangoes.napuslánv benefittedNapuslan mo na an imo in-adalan.You have-benefitted already from-what you have-studied.
pulpog1púlpogv [c2] MAG- actmagpúlpogv bray. As, for example, a donkey or horsesynmihi-mihi bray
pulpog2púlpogv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- accmagpúlpogv pound, batter, beat, pummel, buffet, hit, braysynpukpok poundmakmak
pulpolpulpóladj lacking intelligence, dull, unskilled, stupidIni na bata pulpol.This child is stupid.antdunong intelligentsynmanol stupid one
pulsiraspúlsirasn braceletVariantpulsíras
pulsírasn Variantpulsirasbracelet
pulsopúlsoSpn pulse, throbbing, pulsation, palpitation
pumuluyopumulúyon citizen, residentKamo na mga pumuluyo an bagay magkita-kita kun sin-o an dapat naton upudan.You citizens are the-ones most-qualified to decide who is the-one we-all should side-with/accompany.synkumuluyocitizen
punapúnàCebv [c7] MAG- ag; -AN loc; I- accpunâanv replant. This usually refers to replacing the young rice plants which have diedPunaan mo an nagkamaratay na tanom.Replant the plants that died.synsangli change
punaspúnasv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- acc; MA-..-AN goalpunásanv be wiped off, be rubbed, be swabbedPunasan mo an bayhon kag liog.Wipe-off the face and neck.synpahid mapunásanv be bathed, be swabbedPwede siya mapunasan sin malabinhod na tubig.He can-be-bathed with warm water.
punawpúnawv [c14] NA-..-AN expnapunáwanv collapsedNapunawan siya kay wara mahatagi sin dugo.He collapsed because he was-not given a transfusion.
pundapúndan pillowcaseLabahon mo an akon punda.Wash my pillowcase.pundáhonn pillowcase clothMasilag-silag an imo pundahon.Your pillowcase-cloth is very-transparent.magpúndav [c7] MAG- ag; -AN goal; I- acc. enclose something in a pillowcase, cover with a pillowcase. Refers to the bag into which a pillow is inserted to keep it cleanNagapunda ako san mga ulunan.I am-enclosing the pillows in pillowcases.
pundarpundárSpv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- accmagpundárv initiate something, found, establish, make a foundation.Si Bonifacio an nagpundar san Katipunan.Bonifacio was the-one-who founded the Revolutionary-Committee.
pundasyonpundasyónSpn foundationMaluya an pundasyon sani na balay.The foundation of-this house is weak.
pundidoadj worn out
pundo1púndoSpn anchorWara sinda sin pundo.They do-not-have an anchor.punduhónv [c6] MAG- ag; -ON pat; I- acc. anchor something, secure, fastenGinpundo ninda an bangka sa Lagundi.They anchored the boat at Lagundi.
pundo2púndoEngn fund, capital. Refers to money