List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter S - Page 4

sábwag

Hiligaynon

To sow, scatter, spread, broadcast. See sáb-og id. Sabwagí nínyo sing búlak ang dálan nga prosesyonán. Scatter flowers on the road during the procession.



sábya

Hiligaynon

To splash or beat against, (said of water, wind, etc.). Ang dágat nagasábya sa baybáyon. The sea beats (against) upon the beach. Ginasabyahán kitá dirí sang matám-is nga dupóydúpoy sang hángin. We are blown upon (fanned) here by the gentle breeze. (see dápya).


sabyokót

Hiligaynon

Crease, wrinkle, crush, fold; creased, wrinkled, crushed, full of folds or wrinkles; to crease. Iníng moskitéro madámù sing sabyokót (yokót). This mosquito-curtain is full of creases. Nagsabyokót ang ákon báyò. My jacket is (has become) creased. (see yókò, yokô, yukót, bokóng, kubúng).


sád-ang

Hiligaynon

(B) To place on high, put on; hang up on a peg or nail, put a kettle on a tripod, etc. Isád-ang ang ímo kálò sa lánsang-or-sad-angí ang lánsang sang ímo kálò. Hang your hat on the nail. (see sáb-it, sáng-at).


sád-in

Hiligaynon

Contr. of sa diín-where.


sáday

Hiligaynon

(B) To pass (go) to and fro, to flit or rush by (repeatedly). Andot nagasári ikáw kang sáday haw? (Ngáa nagaságad ka sang labáylábay)? Why are you passing here so often? What is the reason of your-walking to and fro,-pacing up and down? (see ladáy-láday).


sadáy-sáday

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of sáday.


sádia

Hiligaynon

Cheer, festivity, solemn celebration; to be cheerful, festive; to celebrate solemnly. Sadiahón náton gid ang piésta sa siníng túig. Let us celebrate our Feast this year with great solemnity. Ginasadiahán níla ang kaadláwan sang íla amáy. They are celebrating the birthday of their father. (see sádya id.).


sádlab

Hiligaynon

See sáblab-to flame, flare up.


sádngan

Hiligaynon

A passive form of saráng-to be able to, etc. Indì gid silá masádngan sang íla pangítà, sang íla pinatubás, etc. Their earnings, their harvest, etc. is not sufficient for their needs. Walâ siá masádngi sang íya humáy. His rice (i.e. the rice he harvested from his own field) was not enough to cover all his needs.


sádò

Hiligaynon

A small water-jar, a jug. (see sárò).


sadók

Hiligaynon

A kind of broad-brimmed hat made of bamboo, the leaves of tabún-ak or the like.


sadól

Hiligaynon

(Probably from the Sp. azadon) Hoe; to hoe. Sadolá ang dútà. Hoe the ground. Apply the hoe to the ground.


sádsad

Hiligaynon

To step on, rest on, put one's foot upon; resting on, supported by, founded upon. Iníng pagbulút-an nagasádsad-or-sádsad sa Sánto Pápa. This law rests on the authority of the Holy Father. Kon magsáut kamó magsádsad kamó sing maáyo. When you dance, pay attention to the steps. Ang sádsad siníng káhoy madálum kaáyo. The tap-root of this tree goes down very deep.


sádsad

Hiligaynon

To trip, skip, dance, step nimbly or lightly.


sadsáran

Hiligaynon

(H) Foundation, footing, support. Baláy nga sadsáran. A house with a good foundation, i.e. of mixed or strong materials. (see sádsad).


sádto

Hiligaynon

(H) (contracted from sa yádto) Formerly, at that time, long ago; at, by, to, from, etc. that. Ang sinádto. Things that happened formerly or in bygone days.


sádya

Hiligaynon

See sádia id.


ság-a

Hiligaynon

To clean out a well, to bail out water (from a boat, cistern, water hole, or the like). Sag-ahá ang túbig sa áwang. Clean out the water from the well. Sag-ahí ang áwang. Clean the well. Take out the water and dirt from the cistern. Iság-a iníng láta sa áwang. Use this can to clean (bail out the water and mud of) the well with.


ság-ang

Hiligaynon

The chin. (see soláng, suláng).


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