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paptl1still, yet, firstPiru unna a pa od povagkos diyot lobbut to kayu.But let me first yet be tied to the trunk of the Almasiga tree.2polite request<<Undini ka pa.>><<Please come hear.>>
pa'a'nA foot or leg of a person, animal or thing, such as a table or chair.
pa'anggaa'anggaavTo start something but to not be able to finish due to lack of funds, etc.
paadnThe palm of the hand.
paahuyvFor a person or animal to run away from s.t. or s.o. out of fear; also implies running a long distance away from place of origin.Id kita dos uvaa dos tuyyang, id paahuy do uvaa.The monkey saw the dog, the monkey ran out of fear.
paalep??
paannbread
paananadvFor things or people to have the same distinction or characteristic; totally, entirely.
paanatadjFor a person or animal to do s.t. quietly, softly; to walk stealthfully inside or outside, but typically refers to walking quietly inside the houseNid popaanat no id tinuhon si Tilanduk.Tilanduk quietly fell asleep.
paandavTo warn; to tell s.o. ahead of time not to do s.t.
paandog1id. ofmaandog
paandog2vs.t. given, e.g., money, to bribe s.o. to do s.t.
paangi'??
paangpaangunspec. var. of'aang'aang
paapaanThe sole of the foot.
paarasadvdirection: downhill
paasnAn iguana lizard
paasanadvEach and every one of the them; itemize
paayugnA kind of hex to make s.o. ill so that they die in a slow way, with symptoms appearing like tuberculosis. (CK REASON A PERSON IS PAAYUG)
paddoovTo suffer physical hurt from an injuryPiru kahi tat tohovowiyan, <<Yokod awat to ahad ondan no id boggoy rin su paddoo ru.>>But the healer said, <<Do not take anything that she gives for you will be hurt.>>
padnanA member or part of some group, organization, societySikandin iddos komunoy taddot mgo padna taddot datu to ko-unturan.He was the owner of the members of the datu of the top of (heaven).
padpadpadpadTo brush s.t. (such as dirt, dust, insect, mud, etc.) off clothing or the body using the hands; to stamp the feet to get dust off.Na otin ondoy minuvua no diid tanggap koniyu, ko od tanan kowd taddon bonuwa, ponpadpara row pa iddos boobuk diyot pa-a row timbang patow no usig dan to Monama.Now if anyone doesn't receive you, when you leave that city, brush the dust off of your feet as a sign that they are enemies of God.
paggedv1For s.o. or an animal to rub against; brush up against, i.e., clean clothes brushing up against s.t. dirty (like a wooden post), or to rub one's back against a post to relieve an itch2to strike s.t. like a rock against another rock (or wood against wood, etc.)
paggoo1nFor s.o. to use s.t. such as a wooden stick to prop against a door or shutters of a window to keep intruders out.
paggoo2vTo fasten firmly shut, such as a window or door; to tie shut with rope, etc.