List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter S - Page 57

sílong

Hiligaynon

Ground-floor, downstairs, underneath. Sa sílong sang baláy. Underneath the house, under the house, underneath the living quarters of the house, in the basement. Pasilónga (ipasílong) ang áwto. Put the automobile in the basement or under the house. Pasilóngi lang sang ímo kabáyo ang idálum sang ákon baláy. Just put your horse underneath my house.



silóng

Hiligaynon

New pustules of smallpox forming near or around the old ones.


sílot

Hiligaynon

Chastisement, punishment, correction, castigation; to chastise, punish, correct, castigate. Silóti siá. Punish him. Sílot sang Diós iní. This is a punishment of God. Walâ níya pagpapanyagáha ang íya anák sa pagsilót sa íya sayúp. He punished his son by not letting him have dinner, for he had done wrong. (see kastígo).


sílung

Hiligaynon

See sílong.


sílung

Hiligaynon

To cause an aversion, antipathy or objection. Walâ ko pagbákla ang husáy nga gintányag níya sa ákon, kay may ginsídngan akó. I did not buy the comb he offered me, because I had some objection to it. May ginasilúngan (ginasídngan) akó sinâ. I have an objection or antipathy against it. I find some fault in it.


sílwà

Hiligaynon

To vomit, eject food from the mouth. Nagsílwà siá sang íya kináon. Ginsílwà níya ang íya kináon. He vomited (brought up) what he had eaten. (see súka, dígwà).


sílwak

Hiligaynon

To spill, pour out. (see álwak, ályak).


sílya

Hiligaynon

(Sp. silla) Chair, seat; direction to a driver of a vehicle to turn to the left or to the side opposite to máno. (see síya).


sílyo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. sello) Stamp, postage stamp; to stamp, put a stamp on. Sílyo dokumentáryo. Documentary stamp. Silyohí ang sóbre. Put a stamp on the envelope. (see pát-in, timáan, tándà).


silyón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. sillón) Easy chair, armchair, elbow-chair; side-saddle for ladies. (see butáka, síya, ampílò, hampílò).


sim

Hiligaynon

(Sp. cinc, zinc) Zinc, galvanized iron. Atóp nga sim. A galvanized iron roof. (see sin).


sím-ong

Hiligaynon

Lonely, solitary, dreary; neglected, abandoned; to be lonely, etc. Nagsím-ong iníng lugár, kay walâ na pagapúy-i sang táo. This place has become lonely because it is now uninhabited, because people no longer live here. (see míngaw).


simána

Hiligaynon

Week. (see pitoádlaw, semána).


simanahán

Hiligaynon

A weekly. (see pitoadláwan, semanahán).


simáng

Hiligaynon

To deviate, depart, take a different turning, road or course, split off, differ from. (see sipák, híbag, bulág, tálang).


simarón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. cimarrón) Wild, untamed, unruly. Simarón nga báka, karabáw, etc. A wild cow, buffalo, etc. (see marón, ilá).


simát

Hiligaynon

A primitive plate made from the layers composing the stem of the banana-plant. Mabúhat lang kitá sing mga simát, kay walâ kitá sing mga pínggan. We shall make shift with banana plates, as we have no China ones.


símba

Hiligaynon

To adore, worship; go to church. Magsímba kamó. Go to church. Simbahón mo ang Diós. Adore God. Pilá ka Domíngo ang ginsimbahán mo sa sulúd sang isá ka túig? On how many Sundays have you been to church in the course of the year? Walâ akó makasímba, kay masakít akó. I could not go to church, because I was sick (ill).


simbágo

Hiligaynon

Whereas, whilst, etc. See ibágo, singgái.


simbáhan

Hiligaynon

Church, house of God, temple, fane, building devoted exclusively to religious purposes. (see símba, iglésya).


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