Someone is asking for the meaning (kahulugan) of adverb pasinghal. It comes from the noun singhal.
Singhal – a loud, angry shout (sigaw na may halong galit)
You’ll see sentences such as:
Sumagot siya nang pasinghal…
(He angrily shouted his answer…)
You’ll find this word in Kabanata 47 (Ang Dalawang Senyora) of Jose Rizal’s Noli Me Tangere:
Dumating ang kura at pinatitigil ang dalawa, ngunit pasinghal na binulyawan siya ng alperes…
Since bulyaw means “shout”, and binulyawan means “shouted at”, “pasinghal na binulyawan” may seem redundant.
The key point here is pasinghal contains the element of anger. May halong galit.
You can shout because of a variety of reasons. To warn someone of danger, to simply call someone’s attention, or to cry out for help.
But if you’re referring to an angry way of shouting, you most likely are referring to pasinghal.
Sana ay nakatulong po ito sa inyo! 🙂