List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter S - Page 28

sampútan

Hiligaynon

Place to go to or arrive at. (see apútan, sangpútan).



sámri

Hiligaynon

Streaked, striped, check, checkered, cross-striped (with both vertical and horizontal lines); to be or make streaked, etc. Ang sámay sang íya báyò sámri (sámbri, sambirí, kurúskúrus). The stripes in his jacket run crosswise. (see dándan-striped with only vertical lines; rámbat-slanting, sloping, diagonal).


sámsam

Hiligaynon

To taste, relish; munch, chew audibly, smack. (see sagámsam, samít, tiláw, óm-om).


sámtang

Hiligaynon

(Probably contr. of sa hámtang). As long as, whilst, meanwhile. Sámtang nga walâ akó sing pílak, índì akó makabakál sing áwto. As long as I am without money (I have no money), I cannot buy an auto. (see miéntras).


samuhán

Hiligaynon

To form a company, unite resources; to cooperate. (see kambúya).


sámwad

Hiligaynon

To prosper, progress, go on well, flourish. (see úswag, sányog, kaayohán).


san

Hiligaynon

(B) See sángka.


sanáaw

Hiligaynon

(B) Bright or light with the dawn of day, etc. (see bánag, banág-*bánag, banáag, hanághánag).


sánag

Hiligaynon

Clearness, brightness, light, lucidity, luminousness, luminosity, brilliancy, effulgence, refulgence; consultation, diagnosis, inspection, act of consulting; to be or make clear, shine, etc. Ang sánag sang ádlaw. The light of day, the brightness of the sun. Nagasánag na ang búlan. The moon is shining brightly. Pasanági ang ságwà. Light up the reception room. Pasanága ang sugâ, índì mo pagpakiróton. Turn up the light of the lamp, don't turn it down. But: (Note the accent). Kon masanagán ang íya sinâ nga kamatuóran mahibalo-*án náton kon diín ang katarúngan. When the truth of it is made clear, we shall know who is right or where to lay the blame. Nasanagán na ang íya nga salâ. His fault is made clear now.


sanám

Hiligaynon

A kind of ant having a painful bite.


sanauná

Hiligaynon

(B) Long ago, bygone, formerly, of yore, ancient. (see sinádto, sádto, ánay, sang, úna, minál-am, tinóo).


sánaw

Hiligaynon

To be bright, light, etc. See sanáaw, bánag.


sánaw

Hiligaynon

To ooze out, etc. See sánay.


sánay

Hiligaynon

To ooze out, flow, drip, trickle. (see tubúd, ágay, ílig).


sánda

Hiligaynon

(B) They. (see silá).


sándad

Hiligaynon

To knock or stumble against, to stub one's toe against, to kick against, trip over, make a false step. Nakasándad akó sa bató. I struck my foot-, I stumbled-, against a stone. Nasándad ko ang kólon. I stumbled against the rice-pot. Andam ka, kay mabúung ang bangâ kon masándad mo. Be careful, for the water-jar will break in pieces, if you trip over it or knock against it.


sándag

Hiligaynon

To support, hold up, put one's arm around, take care of, protect. (see sákbay, sál-ay, sákdag, tábang).


sandágan

Hiligaynon

Help, protection, support, refuge, asylum. (see sáp-an, aláypan, dalángpan, paaliwánsan).


sandána

Hiligaynon

A tree with an odoriferous wood, often used as incense.


sandápal

Hiligaynon

One handbreadth too short; crippled.


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