List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter S - Page 93

suní-súni

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of súni. (see konókóno).



súnit

Hiligaynon

To be tiresome, troublesome, require great patience or application, be difficult to perform (of a delicate or tedious task, etc.). (see síhit, kúlì).


súnlug

Hiligaynon

See sónlog-to tease, fool, exasperate, etc.


sunô

Hiligaynon

See sonô-according to, etc.


súnok

Hiligaynon

Full, filled, said especially of all kinds of fishtraps; to be or become full. Súnok sing ísdà ang bunóan, taón, subóg, etc. The bunóan, the taón, the subóg, etc. is full of fish. (see punô).


súnsun

Hiligaynon

Matting, etc. for the storage of rice, or the like. See sónson. (see pítak).


súnsun

Hiligaynon

To do often or frequently; to be frequent, happen often. (see samí, masúnsun, sónson).


súnta

Hiligaynon

Division of a floor, a house, etc.; a story. Duhaá ka súnta ang salúg sang baláy mo. Make two levels in the floor of your house. Make an upper and lower floor in your house. Ang íla kampanáryo may tátlo ka súnta. Their belfry is three stories high. (see panálgan).


súntok

Hiligaynon

To thrust, poke, prod, jab, knock or push against. Suntoká siá sang ímo bastón. Prod him with your stick. Ginsúntok sang íya túdlò ang ákon matá. He poked his finger in my eye. Nasúntok ang íya matá sang tunúk (dógi). A thorn entered his eye. (see túslok, súmbal).


sunúd

Hiligaynon

To follow, succeed, come-, go-,-after,-next, to tail after; to imitate, copy, emulate; to repeat what another says or dictates. Sunúd (ka)! Follow! Súnda siá. Follow (Imitate) him. Ikáw magúna akó masunúd (magasunúd). You go ahead, I'll follow you. Ginsunúd siá sang íya idô. His dog followed him. Ang bágyo nasúndan sang dakû nga kalínaw. The storm was followed by a great calm. Súndon mo ang mga Sántos. Imitate the Saints. Pasúndi ang beláda sing panihápon. Let supper be served after the entertainment. (see dasón, ílog, ápas, sinúndan, solóndan).


sunúd-súnud

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of sunád. (see abátábat, apás-ápas, ilóg-*ílog).


sunúd-sunúd

Hiligaynon

To follow like sheep, to imitate or ape like a monkey. The term often implies contempt. (see ilóg-*ilóg).


súnug

Hiligaynon

Fire, combustion, blaze, conflagration; to burn, burn down, commit-, consign-, to the flames, to fire, set on fire, set fire to, destroy by fire. Tulúka, may súnug dirâ. Look, there is a fire (over there). Nasúnug ang ámon baláy. Nasunúgan kamí sang ámon baláy. Our house was burned down. Ginsúnug sang mga buyúng ang minurô. The brigands-burned down the village,-set fire to the village.


súnyod

Hiligaynon

To smell or taste bad, stale, tainted, to excite disgust. (see álan, bútlà, sumó, súm-od, taká).


suób

Hiligaynon

To dress, dress in, don, assume-, put on-, a garment, to vest in. Súb-a (isuób) ang kamiséta mo. Put on your shirt. Nagasuób siá sang íya báyò. Ginasuób níya ang íya báyò. He is putting on his jacket. (soób id.).


súod

Hiligaynon

See sóod-to be near to, nearly related, etc. (see sumúod).


suók

Hiligaynon

Corner, out-of-the-way place, etc. See doók, higád, hilít, toók.


súok

Hiligaynon

To push through, slip in, thrust in. Isúok ang bútkon mo sa pakô sang ímo báyò. Put your arm through the sleeve of your jacket. (see gúlò).


súp-ay

Hiligaynon

To add to, attach; to cover, spread over. (see súmpay, tábon).


súp-ay

Hiligaynon

To starve, die of-starvation,-hunger,-inanition. Nasúp-ay lang siá, kay waláy pagkáon. He starved to death, for he had nothing to eat.


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