List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter S - Page 77

subáng

Hiligaynon

Firstling, first-fruit (of fruit, vegetables, etc.). (see pangánay).



subáng

Hiligaynon

To rise, appear (of sun and moon, etc.). Nagsubáng na ang ádlaw. The sun has risen. (see bútlak, sídlang, murá).


subásta

Hiligaynon

(Sp. subasta) Auction; to auction, sell by auction, put up for auction, bring under the hammer. Subásta públika. Public auction. Ginasubásta karón ang íya dútà. His lands are being sold by auction (brought under the hammer). Subastahá lang ang íya karabáw, agúd mabayáran ka. Just sell his buffalo by auction that you may get your payment. (see balígyà, pamútong).


súbat

Hiligaynon

To gnaw, nibble, root (as a pig does). Sinubátan nga maís. Corn that has been gnawed at (by pigs or the like).


subáy

Hiligaynon

Ant (in general). (see palâ, lásgà, ayámayám, baháwbaháw, tigásaw, gúyum).


súbay

Hiligaynon

To measure and divide the harvest, particularly said of the measuring of threshed and winnowed rice in presence of the owner of the land and of his tenant or tenants, each one being allotted his share. Masúbay (magasúbay) kitá sa buás sang áton humáy. To-morrow we shall measure and divide our rice. Subáya ang humáy. Measure the rice-crop. (see sokób, takús, báhin, párte).


súbhan

Hiligaynon

For subohán from subô-to temper, etc.


subíng

Hiligaynon

A kind of primitive bamboo whistle or mouth organ; flute, lyre; pan-pipe.


súblak

Hiligaynon

Generation, progeny, offspring. (see inalabúab, himatâ).


súblang

Hiligaynon

To go near, approach, attack; to oppose, go against, prevent, stop, put a stop (an end) to. Malalangán ang pagsúblang sang balatían, ápang dílì sang kamatáyon. Diseases can be prevented, but death not (cannot be prevented). (see palapít, soróso, táblaw, tápnà, puút).


súblang

Hiligaynon

To meet, encounter one another coming from different directions, as the one coming up, the other going down, or the one going in, the other coming out of a room, interview, etc.; to meet one another in passing. Nagsublangánay silá nga duhá. The two of them passed each other. (see sumálang, sugatâ, sug-álaw).


súblì

Hiligaynon

Replacement of another, substitution, inheritance; to supply-, take-, another's place, to replace another, take over his work or place, to inherit, become the successor of. Subliá ang óbra níya. Take over the work from him. Replace him at his task. Ginsúblì níya ang íya nga mánggad. He inherited his wealth. Nagsúblî sa íya si Fuláno sa pagpanúdlò sa buluthóan. N.N. took his place at teaching in the school.


subô

Hiligaynon

Sorrow, grief, sadness, distress, woe, affliction; to be or become sorrowful, sad, unhappy, woe-begone, etc.; to grieve, mourn, repine. Nagsubô ang íya tagiposóon. His heart was grieved, saddened. Nagakasubô siá tungúd sang balítà nga íya nabáton. He feels sad over the news he received. Ginakasuboán ko gid inâ. I am very sorry for it. Dílì mo igkasubô inâ. Don't get downcast over that. Ginakasuboán níya sing dakû ang balatían sang íya ilóy. He is in great distress about his mother's illness. Dílì mo pagpasuboón ang ímo mga ginikánan. Don't grieve your parents.


subó

Hiligaynon

Tempering, temperament, character, disposition. Walâ pagsahoáy ang íla nga subó; gánì sing masúnsun silá nagaáway. Their temperaments are different; hence they often quarrel. (see gáwì, batásan).


subó

Hiligaynon

To pour water over live coals, over heated iron, etc.; to harden, temper, steel, make brittle by means of water. Salsálon nga nasúbwan (sinúbwan, sinuboán, sinubohán, nasúbhan, sinúbhan). Iron tempered by dipping in water. Súbhan (Súbwan, subohán) mo sing túbig ang kaláyo. Pour water on the fire. Extinguish the fire by pouring water over it. Nagsubó siá sang íya binángon. He tempered his bolo (by making it red-hot and dipping it in water). Ipasubó sa pánday ang ímo binángon. Let the smith put a hard edge to your bolo.


subóg

Hiligaynon

A fish-basket carried at the hip and provided with an opening armed with spikes that point inward and so prevent the escape of fish, crabs, shrimps, etc. The subóg is similar to an alát, except for the lid with a spiked opening.


súbok

Hiligaynon

To be or become rough, hairy, prickly (of leaves, or the like).


súbok

Hiligaynon

To root, turn up the earth with the snout as pigs do. Ang mga báboy nagasúbok sang dútà dirâ. The pigs are rooting there. Iníng búhò sinubókan sang báboy. The pig was rooting in this hole-or-this hole was made by the rooting of the pig. Indì mo pagpasubókon ang báboy dirí sa atubángan sang baláy. Don't permit the pig to root here in front of the house. (see íbok).


subók-súbok

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of súbok.


súbol

Hiligaynon

See sóbol-to expel, banish, etc.


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