List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter S - Page 7

sagibín

Hiligaynon

(B) To fetch-, bring-, take-, along together with something else, to do or perform at the same time as some other work, do in one go. Sagibiná rúgya ang maléta ko. (Ulayhoná dirí ang ákon maléta). Bring along with you at the same time my suitcase or handbag. Kon magbakál ikáw ti kálò nga búntal sagibiní akó ti isará. (Kon magbakál ikáw sing kálò nga búntal ulayhoní akó sing isá). If you buy a búntal-hat, buy one for me too. Isagibín akó sa pagdará rúgto kang ákon páray. (Iuláyhon mo akó sa pagdalá dídto sang ákon humáy). Take along with you my rice. Indì ron akó makasagibín kang mga ságing mo, hay lám-ag ron kabúg-at ang mga kinárga sa trak ko. (Indì na akó makauláyhon sang ímo mga ságing, kay támà kabúg-at na ang mga linúlan sa ákon trak). I cannot take along your bananas, because the load on my truck is already too heavy. (see dungán, uláyhon).



sagídsid

Hiligaynon

A loud, shrill cry, a piercing sound or tone; to emit such a sound. (see sagítsit).


sagíl-om

Hiligaynon

(H) Duskiness, swarthines; to be or become dusky, dark, swarthy, black. Nagsagíl-om ang íya guyá sa ínit. His face became swarthy from the heat of the sun. (see ilóm, itúm).


sagíl-óman

Hiligaynon

Dark, brown, swarthy. (see ilóm, itúm, giróm, kayumánggì).


ságing

Hiligaynon

Banana. (see sáb-a).


sagíng-sagíng

Hiligaynon

A kind of flowering plant with banana-like leaves; small, narrow lines, stripes or streaks in cloth.


sagípit

Hiligaynon

To tuck under the arm, carry under the arm. Sagipíta (Sipíta) lang ang líbro. Just tuck the book under your arm. (see sípit).


sagipót

Hiligaynon

(B) To keep at bay, to catch by driving into a corner or against a wall. Sagipotá (Bansoká) ang manók sa púsud kang (sang) síklat. Drive the chicken into a corner of the bamboo partition and catch it. Ginsagipót nánda ang báboy sa púnò kang kodál. (Ginbánsok níla ang báboy sa púnò sang korál). They chased and caught the pig at the fence. (see bánsok).


sagír-om

Hiligaynon

(B) See sagíl-om. Nagsagír-om (Nagsugír-om) ang uyahón na sa ínit. (Nag-itúm ang íya nawóng sa ínit). His face became black from the heat of the sun. (see itúm, ilóm).


sagirít

Hiligaynon

To hiss, whiz, flit or run past with a whirring or humming sound; a hiss, whiz, hum, whir. (see ságrit).


sagítsit

Hiligaynon

A hissing or whistling sound; to hiss or whistle through the teeth, to purl, murmur, gurgle (of flowing water, etc.). (see sítsit, panítsit, panagítsit).


sagiwát-an

Hiligaynon

See under sagiwatâ.


sagiwatâ

Hiligaynon

(B) Probably derived from sági and íwat. The passive forms in -an (sagiwát-an) are mostly used in the meaning of: to be precarious, be in difficulties, to eke out; to utilize to the utmost, make a little go far, make good use of slender resources, or the like. Bisán maisót lang ang sóhol na, pay ginasagiwát-an na gid. (Bisán diótay lang ang íya sóhol, ápang ginapanginyawátan níya gid). Though his salary is small, yet he makes good use of it. Nasagiwát-an (Nawád-an, balasúbas) akó karón. At present I am out of cash, am hard up.


ságmit

Hiligaynon

To snatch, confiscate, take possession of. (see sábnit, bútong).


ságnoy

Hiligaynon

To drag-, draggle-, trail-, draw-, along the ground. (see gánoy, sagúmboy, gúyud).


sagó

Hiligaynon

(Sp. sagú) Sago, sago flour, sago starch, sago palm.


ságo

Hiligaynon

Decomposition, putrefaction, decay; to decompose, decay, putrefy, said of corpses, etc. Ang bángkay may ságo (nagaságo) na. The corpse is already beginning to decay. (see dúnut, dunút).


sagódsod

Hiligaynon

See sagúdsud-to shuffle, etc.


sagóksok

Hiligaynon

A kind of bird.


sagóp

Hiligaynon

To save one's life, etc. See sagúp.


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