List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter S - Page 18

salapó

Hiligaynon

(H) The pl. form of sapó-to find out, etc.



salápò

Hiligaynon

To detect, find, chance upon, happen upon, come upon (by chance); to catch (a disease). Básì makasalápò ka sing íhaw; sákpon mo akó sa paghingúlì. If you should find some fresh meat for sale, buy some also for me. Nasalapóan níya ang balaúd-or-Nasalapóan siá sang balaúd. He had an attack of dysentery. Masakít gid gihápon ang íya solóksolók?-Indì sa gihápon, kóndì nagasalápò lang. Does he always suffer from stomach-ache?-No, not always, but rather frequently (on and off, occasionally).


saláptan

Hiligaynon

(H) House, home, dwelling, abode, shelter, refuge, place to go to or live in, resting place; goal, end, termination. (see sapút, pulúy-an, baláy, apútan, dalayonán, dalángpan, paaliwánsan, sáp-an, katapúsan, alabútan).


salapulán

Hiligaynon

(H) Conference-hall, meeting-room, council-chamber, office or hall for any deliberative assembly. (see sápol).


salárang

Hiligaynon

See saládang-fork, etc.


saláryo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. salario) Wages, hire, salary, allowance, remuneration, emolument, stipend. (see sóhol, baláyran, swéldo).


sálas

Hiligaynon

Reception room, etc. See sála, but sálas is more in use. (see ságwà, sagwâ, balatonán, sugilanonán).


salat-úmon

Hiligaynon

(H) What is to-, can-, should-, be guessed or understood; intelligible, comprehensible. Dîsalat-úmon-fathomless, incomprehensible, unintelligible, inconceivable. (see sátum).


salátan

Hiligaynon

The south-east wind.


salatánan

Hiligaynon

The South-East.


Praiseworthy, estimable, commendable, laudable, meriting honour or exaltation; what is to-, should-, be praised, exalted or highly esteemed. (see saólog).


salawáyon

Hiligaynon

(H) Reproachable, blameworthy, censurable, reprehensible; what is to-, can-, should-, be corrected or reprimanded.


salawíd

Hiligaynon

To entrap, entangle, entwine, entwist. (see pakáb-ang).


saláy

Hiligaynon

A kind of tree.


sálay

Hiligaynon

To roast over live coals or a low fire; to spit, put upon a spit, roast on a spit (particularly applied to the bony parts of a slaughtered animal, as the head, ribs, legs). Masálay kitá sing isá ka páa sang báboy. Let us roast a leg of pork. Saláya yanáng mga gósok sang báka. Roast those cow-ribs. Saláyi akó sing pilá gid lang ka gósok sang báboy, kay balónon ko sa buás. Roast just a few ribs of the pig for me, because tomorrow I shall take them along as provisions for the journey. (see bóog, íhaw, asál, sílab, ílab, sánlag, gánggang).


sálay

Hiligaynon

To stay, remain (a rather long time), tarry, linger. (see lúsgò, paoróm-oróm, paorós-orós).


salayahón

Hiligaynon

Cloth for skirts. (see sáya, sayahón).


salayó

Hiligaynon

(H) Inhabited, occupied; to live or dwell in, to be inhabited, have social intercourse, frequent, visit, use. Salayó iníng lugár. This place is inhabited, is much frequented or visited, is full of life. Nagmíngaw iníng lugár, kay walâ na pagasaláywi (pagasalayohí) sang táo. This place has become dreary, for it is no longer inhabited. (see daní, damít, sayó, sabúy).


(H) Customarily used, visited or frequented. (see sayó, salayó, salabúyan).


saláysay

Hiligaynon

Plural form of sáysay-to explain, etc.


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