List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter S - Page 90

sumpákil

Hiligaynon

(B) To quarrel, fight, squabble, scuffle, altercate, be at variance with, have a difference. Pírme gid sánda nagasumpákil. (Daláyon gid lang silá nagasinuáysúay). They are always fighting or quarrrelling. Ginasumpakílan nánda ang lúpà nga ánda paranublión. (Ginabaísan níla ang dútà nga íla palanublión). They are quarrelling over the land they inherited. (see súay, báis, bagâ).



súmpay

Hiligaynon

To add to, join to, attach to. Isúmpay iní sa útbong. Attach this to the end. (see súmpak).


sumpilâ

Hiligaynon

An inclined, leaning, slanting post, prop; to prop up with an additional post, add a slanting or inclined prop. Sumpilaí ang salúg sang baláy mo. Prop up the floor of your house with additional posts. (see súlay, tokó-an upright prop or support).


súmpit

Hiligaynon

To spirt, spurt out, whiz, hiss through the air. Nagsúmpit ang túbig. The water spirted out. Ang panâ nagasúmpit sa hángin. The arrow whizzes through the air. Tan-awá yanáng kabáyo nga daw nagasúmpit. Look at that horse running, one would say, without touching the ground. Naútud ang íya ugát kag dáyon sumúmpit ang dugô. His vein was severed and the blood spirted out. Bisán diín lang dón-an (dún-*an) súmpit. Wherever the branding iron is applied there will be a hiss. (see busawák, púswit).


sumpíya

Hiligaynon

To roll, rock, move up and down or from side to side as a cradle or boat. Mahínay kag malágway ang pagsumpíya sang mga sakayán, sang mga pakláng sang lubí, etc. sa hángin. The boats, the leaves of the coconut palms, move (roll) slowly and languidly in the breeze. (see humbíya, humbáya).


súmpò

Hiligaynon

To blunt or dull a pointed tool, etc. Ginsúmpò níya ang bángkaw, lánsang, dága, etc. He blunted the point of the lance, nail, dagger, etc. Sumpoá ang íya batásan. Blunt his manners or habits i.e. curb them or reduce them to the normal. Indì mo pagsumpoón ang búgsok. Don't blunt the point of the stake. (see lúsò).


súmpung

Hiligaynon

To make opposition to, oppose, resist, go against. Sumpungá siá. Oppose him. (see bátok).


súmra

Hiligaynon

(Perhaps from the Sp. sombra) A small piece of cloth utilized for making borders on a garment or in other similar work; a reserved seat or place at a gambling table.


súmsum

Hiligaynon

Food, especially meat or fish, taken with tubâ; to take food in addition to drinking tubâ. Nagasúmsum silá sing ísdà. They are having fish together with tubâ. Dagáyà nga kárne kag ísdà ang íla ginsúmsum. They had plenty of meat and fish in addition to tubâ.


sumsúman

Hiligaynon

Eating or feasting on meat, fish, etc. in addition to a generous supply (allowance) of tubâ. Anó ang ínyo sumsúman? What have you got to eat with the tubâ? (see súmsum).


sumulúgal

Hiligaynon

A gambler, gamester. (see sugál).


sumulúnud

Hiligaynon

(H) A follower, member of, partisan, hanger-on. (see sunúd).


sumúod

Hiligaynon

Near to, close to; true, real, german, germane, very nearly connected or related, intimate, near to (of friends, blood-relations, etc.). Dílì siá sumúod níla nga anák. He was not really their child (son), (but adopted). Sumúod gid ang íla pagparientéhay. They are (were) near blood-relations. Sumúod silá nga mga ábyan. They are intimate friends. Sumúod ko siá nga ábyan. He is a near friend of mine. Sumúod ang íla paghimatâ. They are nearly (closely) related. (see sóod, malapít).


sún-ad

Hiligaynon

To put a pan, kettle, pot, etc. over a fire or on a tripod. Isún-ad ang kúlon sa sig-angán. Put the rice-kettle on the tripod. Nasún-ad na ang kólon. The rice-kettle is on the fire. (see sín-ad, tíg-ang).


sun-adán

Hiligaynon

A fire-place, hearth, quite frequently just a hole in the ground. (see sún-ad).


sún-an

Hiligaynon

From soón for soonán. (soón-to cover, surround, fence in).


súnda

Hiligaynon

(Sp. sonda) Sounding, heaving the lead, plummet; catheter, bougie, sound, probe; to fathom, sound, plumb, heave (cast) the lead; to probe, examine. Sundahá ang kadálum sang túbig. Sound (plumb) the depth of the water. (see túngkad).


súndal

Hiligaynon

See sámbol-to be pregnant, etc.


súndal

Hiligaynon

To fathom, sound. (see súnda, túngkad).


súndang

Hiligaynon

Knife, kitchen-knife, a small stiff knife, dagger, sword, table-knife. (see tulóslok-fork; irós-spoon; garanás, urutóp, lansítas, kotsílyo, binángon, íwa, etc.).


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