List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter S - Page 61

síng-it

Hiligaynon

(H) Stye (of the eye). (see búntug).



singád-singád

Hiligaynon

To eavesdrop, overhear, listen in. See tingádtingád.


singayándágat

Hiligaynon

Bay, gulf, inlet of the sea.


singgái

Hiligaynon

Whereas, whilst, on the contrary, when, as, in as much as, in as far as. (see sing, gái).


singgálong

Hiligaynon

Fox; civet cat. (see singgárong, dídis).


(H) Passive forms of silíng-to say, tell.


sínggit

Hiligaynon

To shout, yell, cry, roar, bawl, bellow, howl, vociferate, call out, speak in a very loud voice. Indì ka magsínggit. Don't shout. Singgití siá. Shout at him (to him). (see turayáw, agaás, pugaás, síng-al).


singgítan

Hiligaynon

Brawler, shouter; rowdy; to vociferate (especially in anger or passion). (see sínggit).


sínghot

Hiligaynon

Smell, odour, aroma, scent; to smell, scent. Singhotí iní, agúd masayóran mo ang báhò (dapóg). Smell this so that you may know how it smells (what its smell is like). (see panínghot, panimáhò, síngo).


síngì

Hiligaynon

The extent, reach or range of an orifice or aperture, as of a pair of tongs or scissors, of the jaws of an animal; or the like.


singî-síng-i

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of síngì-the extent of an opening, etc.


singî-singián

Hiligaynon

The space between the fingers, toes, or the like; the part of the hand to which the fingers are attached.


singíl

Hiligaynon

A young tender shoot or branch; to shoot, sprout, grow, put forth new shoots. (see salíngsing, túbò, ólbo, lúmbay, ólhot, lusút).


singít

Hiligaynon

Hook, hook and pole. Butangán sing singít ang bagát. Singití ang bagát. Fasten a hook on the pole. (see kawít).


síngit

Hiligaynon

To take in, or gather, with hook and pole. Singíta ang mga páhò. Pluck the mangoes with hook and pole. (see dágas, dúgus, káwit).


síngkal

Hiligaynon

Great heat or passion, height of excitement; to be or become very hot, passionate, strong, excited or the like. Nagasíngkal na ang ádlaw. The sun is very hot. Nagsíngkal ang íya kaákig. His anger became red-hot. Nagasíngkal na ang íla pagilináway. They are fighting fiercely against each other. The battle is now at its height. Nasingkalán akó sang ínit. It was too hot for me. (see ínit, tagítì, bóhot, tagíngting, sindakál, salíit).


singkamás

Hiligaynon

A vine with edible roots. The roots are usually eaten raw. (see tikamás id.).


síngkaw

Hiligaynon

Yoke; to yoke, attach the yoke. Singkawí ang karabáw. Put the yoke on the buffalo's neck. (see góta).


singkáy-síngkay

Hiligaynon

To stir, move, be active; to strut, walk or behave in an ostentatious manner. The Freq. paningkáysíngkay is mostly used. Paningkáysíngkay ka. Get a move on. Bestir yourself. Do something. Be active.


singkayóng

Hiligaynon

To squat down, crouch, huddle up. (see katínkátin, kúung, singkorót).


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