List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter S - Page 66

sipít

Hiligaynon

Clothes-moth, carpet-moth; silver-moth, fish-moth, silver-fish. Also verb. Ginasipitán iníng hábul. This blanket is moth-eaten.



sípit

Hiligaynon

The pelvic bone, pelvis.


sípit

Hiligaynon

To carry under the arm near the armpit. Sipíta ang líbro. Carry the book under your arm.


sipíyo

Hiligaynon

A plane (of a carpenter); to plane. (sepíyo, sapíyo id.).


síplat

Hiligaynon

To see accidentally, catch a glimpse of, look upon by chance, happen to see, to notice or observe in passing. Nakasíplat akó sa íya sa idálum sang kóro. It was quite by chance that I saw him under the choir. Nasiplatán níya akó sa púsud sang pamulákan. He happened to see me in the corner of the garden. (see sípraw, pasípraw).


sípo

Hiligaynon

To collect-, gather-, scrape-, together (stones, fruit, etc.). Sipóha ang mga páhò, bató, patád, etc. Gather together the mangoes, stones, stakes, etc. (see típon, karipón, hípu, hirípo).


sipóng

Hiligaynon

Bound together, tied, secure, fastened well, tight, drawn together; contracted, knit, frowning (of eyebrows). Sipóng ang íya mga kílay. (Nagapasípong siá sang íya mga kílay). His eyebrows are knit, contracted. (He is knitting his eyebrows. He is frowning).


sípong

Hiligaynon

To bind-, tie-, knot-, connect-, string-, together, to fasten in a knot, attach to each other by a knot (threads, yarn, hemp-fibres, etc.). Sipónga ang lánot nga talagakón. Bind together the hemp-fibre that is to be got ready for reeling (spooling, winding on a reel). (see higót, balíghot, tábid, súgpon, balô).


sipót

Hiligaynon

(B) Near together, close, narrow, tight; to be or become narrow, tight, close together. Nagsipót ang dálan, hay gináb-ab kang subâ ang sampihák. (Nagkitíd ang dálan, kay gináb-ab sang subâ ang isá ka pihák). The road has become narrow, for one side of it has been washed away by the river. Nasipotán akó kadyá nga látok. (Nakitirán (Nakitidán) akó siní nga látok (lamésa)). This table is not wide enough for me. (see kitíd).


sípra

Hiligaynon

(Sp. cifra) Figure, number, cipher, code.


sípraw

Hiligaynon

The form pasípraw is mostly used. (B) To see accidentally, happen to see, cast a glance upon, notice (by chance). Pasiprawí kang mga matá mo si Pédro nga dián sa ingód kang látok. (Pasiplatí sang ímo mga matá si Pédro nga árà dirâ sa luyó sang lamésa). Cast a glance on Peter who is by the side of the table. Ipapasípraw (Ipapasíplat) si Huán kay Hosé. Let José have a look at John. Papasiprawá (Papasiplatá) si Hosé kay Huán. Tell (Order) José to have a look at (catch a glimpse of) John. (see síplat, pasíplat).


siprés

Hiligaynon

(Sp. ciprés) Cypress.


sípsip

Hiligaynon

Cut near the ground, close-cut, close-shaven, close-cropped, closely shorn; to cut down to the ground, cut off near the roots or close to the ground. (see sóop).


sirá

Hiligaynon

See será-to close, shut, lock.


síra

Hiligaynon

See séra-wax.


sírab

Hiligaynon

(B) To scorch, singe, roast. (see ílab, írab, sílab).


sirabó

Hiligaynon

(B) To stand erect, stand on end. Nagasirabó ang búlbul kang báka, hay ginaramigán. (Nagapanilabó, (nagasilabó, nagapalaníndog) ang balahíbo sang báka, kay ginatugnawán). The cow's hair is standing on end, because it is feeling cold. (see silabó, tinggarô).


siráng

Hiligaynon

(B) See siláng-to aim at; to look at, inspect.


sírbe

Hiligaynon

(Sp. servir) To attend on, wait upon, serve, do one's bidding, be at one's command, be obedient to; to be of use or advantage, to serve, avail, answer-, serve-,-one's turn,-one's purpose. Sirbehi sing maáyo ang ímo agálon. Serve your master well. Magsírbe ka sa Diós. Serve God. Iníng lánsang índì makasírbe, kay malíp-ot. This nail won't do (is of no use); it is too short.


(Sp. sirviente) Servants, menials, waiters, in waiting. (see sologoón, mutsátso).


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