List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter S - Page 12

sákò

Hiligaynon

To be occupied, keep busy, to be busy; have much to do, give much work, be hard at work, hard at it. Nagasákò silá karón sang íla pagtánum. They are at present very busy planting rice. Masákò ang ákon trabáho. I have much work to do. Ginsákò níla ang pagpatíndog sang bág-o nga baláy, kay madalî na lang pagakáslon ang nóbyo kag nóbya. They have been working hard building the new house, for the bride and the bridegroom are soon to be married. Sakóa siá sang íya nga útang. Keep him busy with his debt i.e. remind him often of his debt, so that he may make an effort to pay it.



sákol

Hiligaynon

To steam, stew, to cook in a piece of bamboo perforated at the lower end to let the steam through from the kettle or pot underneath. Sinákol nga kamóte, maís, etc. Sweet potatoes, corn, etc., prepared in the way described.


sakón

Hiligaynon

A kind of large fish; greedy, voracious, gluttonous. Iníng bátà daw sakón. This boy is very greedy, eats very much. (see dalók, maámbas, mahákug).


sakót

Hiligaynon

Mixed, admixture. May sakót nga maís ang íla kán-on. Their rice is mixed with corn. (see lakót, símpon, sámò, símbug).


sákot

Hiligaynon

To mix. Sakóta ang lubí, kalámay kag binókbok nga bugás. Mix the coconut-meat with sugar and rice-flour. (see lakót, símpon, sámò).


sákpan, etc.

Hiligaynon

From sákup-to subject, etc.


sákra

Hiligaynon

(Sp. sacra) Altar-cards.


sakraménto

Hiligaynon

(Sp. sacramento) Sacrament.


sakripísyo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. sacrificio) Sacrifice; a prayer-book. (see hálad, tulún-an, sang, mga, palangadíon).


sákrò

Hiligaynon

Ill, evil, disease, sickness, illness; to make-sick,-ill. Andam ka, agúd índì ka pagsakroón liwán. Take care or you will get sick again. Si Fuláno ginsákrò sang isá ka simána kag túbtub karón ginasákrò pa siá gihápon. (Si Fuláno ginsákrò kang isaráng simána kag ásta tulád kadyá ginasákrò tána angód). N.N. was taken ill a week ago and up till now he is still unwell. Ang sinámbit nga mga sákrò amó ang íya ginabátyag. The ills mentioned are precisely those he is suffering from. (see sángkò, masakít, molomasakít).


sáksak

Hiligaynon

To chop up, hack to pieces, mince. Saksaká ang kárne, úbad, etc. Chop up the meat, the edible core of the banana stem, etc. Kárne nga sináksak. Minced meat. (see tóktok).


sáksak

Hiligaynon

To mix, mingle, jumble, adulterate, debase by mixture, throw or put in (bad merchandise, fruit, etc. amongst good merchandise, fruit, etc.).


sáksi

Hiligaynon

Witness, testimony; to witness, testify, bear witness, give testimony, give evidence. Saksihí ang kamatuóran. Witness to the truth. Testify to the truth. Ginsaksihán akó níya sa ákon kasábà. He was a witness in my lawsuit. (see testígos).


sakúm

Hiligaynon

To hold, grasp, seize, take in one's arms; to undergo, undertake, shoulder. Sákmon (Sakumón) ko gid iní bisán mabúg-at. I'll hold this, even if it is heavy. I am ready to undertake it, even if (though) it is difficult. Ginsakúm níya ang amó nga kabúdlay. He took that trouble upon himself. He was ready to undertake that work. (see gamól, pangabága, sakám).


sákup

Hiligaynon

Subject, retainer, follower; member, dependant. To subject, enlist as a member or dependant, accept as a servant, etc.; to include. Pilá ang mga sákup mo? How many dependants have you? How many people are dependent on you? Ang tanán nga ginsákpan (ginsakúpan) níya. All his dependants (or subjects). Sákpa akó sa ímo mga pangamúyò. Include me in your prayers. Sákpon mo siá sa tíg-ang. Boil rice for him as well i.e. add an additional quantity of rice, so that it will be sufficient for him also. Ang ámon báryo sákup sang Munisípyo sa Miagáw. Our village is in the Municipality of Miagao. Ginsákup níla ang búg-os nga bánwa. They subjected the whole town to their rule. Magpasákup ka sa--. Join, or become a member of,--.


sákwa

Hiligaynon

The trunk or stem of the banana near the ground with its roots.


sákyan

Hiligaynon

From sakáy-to ride on, etc.


sákyud

Hiligaynon

To get up on, mount, ride. (see sakáy).


sál-ag

Hiligaynon

To deteriorate, worsen, degenerate, fall off, to be or become bad, improper, fall below the standard; make a bad impression upon, make shy or afraid. Nagsál-ag ang íya batásan. His conduct has altered for the worse. Amó gánì ang nagpasál-ag sa íya. That made him shy or nervous. Indì ka magkasál-ag. Don't be afraid. Sa íla pagsal-agáy naúmid man ang íla mga ginsákpan. In their bad (strained) relations their dependants were involved also. (see sáw-a, láin).


sál-ag

Hiligaynon

To fall out, disagree, quarrel. (see híbag, simáng, súay).


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