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samál

Hiligaynon

Having a firm hold or grasp, resting secure; to grasp or hold on firmly to; touch, come in contact with (accidentally); to meet, encounter, chance or happen upon, come to pass as a coincidence. Sámla (Samalá) ang pagúyat mo sang báso, kay kon dílì makapalús. Hold the glass firmly, for otherwise it may slip off. Samál pa ang pagtángday sang págbo sa baláyan. The rafter is still resting securely on the girder. Samál gid ang íya pagúyat sang píspis. Ginpasamál gid níya ang íya kamót sa píspis. He got a firm hold of the bird with his hand. Nasamál níya ang píspis. He (accidentally) touched the bird with his hand. Sang ámon pagkádto dídto nasamál námon ang íla tábad. When we went there it just came to pass that they were having a feast (banquet). (see kibít-to be supported insecurely, etc.; sám-ang, kapút).



samít

Hiligaynon

To taste, try the flavour of, test. Samití iníng sabáw. Taste this sauce. Nakasamít ka sang ámon púto? Have you tasted or tried our puto-cake? Walâ gid sa ámon sing nakasamít sang íla tábad. None of us partook of their banquet. (see tiláw, sámsam).


sárak

Hiligaynon

To upset-, disturb-, interrupt-, a conversation, or the like, by not holding one's tongue. Indì mo pagsarákan ang ámon sugilánon. Don't disturb our conversation. Kon kís-a madámù ang nagasárak kon magtelépono ikáw. Sometimes many voices disturb you, when you are sending off a telephone message, when you are-phoning,-using the phone. (see túblag).


sáy-o

Hiligaynon

To go to or visit a place (by chance, unexpectedly, for the first time); to flit through, pass, enter, waft, be wafted (of a thought, wind, or the like). Natingála akó nga nakasáy-o ka dirí sa ámon. I am surprised to see you here. I am astonished that you have come to pay us this (first) visit. Isíkway mo sa gilayón ang panumdúman sa mga buyúng kon magsáy-o sa ímo hunâhúnà, kay nagapahádluk sa ímo. Forget (Dismiss from your mind the thought of) the robbers, because you are frightened when you think (are reminded) of them. Kon maghuyúp sing mabáskug ang hángin nagasáy-o dirí ang kahumút sang mga búlak gíkan sinâ nga pamulákan. When the wind blows strongly, the fragrance of the flowers is wafted over here from that garden.


síste

Hiligaynon

Spite, envy, malice; to do spitefully or out of spite, maliciously, or out of envy; to beguile, trick, cajole. Ang kaláyo nga nagsúnug sang ámon baláy walâ maghalín sa dapúg, kóndì síste gid sang táo. The fire that burned down our house did not originate from the kitchen-hearth, but was intentionally caused by some spiteful man. Ginsistehán sang laláki iníng babáye sing lumáy. This woman was beguiled by the man with a love-philtre. (see tístis).


solô

Hiligaynon

(B) Light, lamp; to light, give light, shine. May solô (sugâ) kamó? Have you a light or lamp? Sól-i (soloí) sánda. (Súg-i silá). Give them a light. Sinól-an na kamí ti kínke kang pagpanáug námon. (Sinúg-an níya kamí sing kínke sang ámon pagpanáug). He lighted us down the stair with a lamp. (see sugâ).


solondayón

Hiligaynon

Cover, shelter, protection, privacy. Ang paggináhud sang mga bátà (sang kabatáan) sa plása walâ gid sing solondayón (húsà) sa ámon baláy. Our house is exposed to all the noise of the boys on the public square. (see sorondayón, húsà, lipúd).


sóod

Hiligaynon

(B) To be nearly related, closely akin or related (connected); to be close by, near by. Nagasóod balá ang ínyo paghimatâ? Are you, perhaps, nearly related? Dílì gid sóod (Bokón ti sóod, warâ pagsóod) ang ámon pagparientíhay. Our relationship is not near. Sóod gid ang ánda (íla) paghimatâ. They are near relations. They are quite closely related. Nagasóod gid ang ánda (íla) pagkaábyan. They are intimate friends. (see sumúod).


sorondayón

Hiligaynon

(B) Cover, shelter, privacy, screen, freedom from noise, observation, etc. Ang baláy ni Fuláno warâ gid ti sorondayón (walâ gid (sing) húsà) sa (ámon) baláy námon. N.N's house is quite open to observation from ours. Ang paggináhud kang (sang) mga bátà nga nagasipál (nagahámpang) sa gwâ warâ gid ti sorondayón (walâ gid sing húsà) sa sulúd sang simbáhan. The noise of the children playing outside can be clearly heard in church. (see solondayón, húsà).


sosón

Hiligaynon

Group, troop, bunch, drove, party, division. Madámù nga mga sosón nga mga (sang mga) táo ang naglilígad sa ámon baláy. Many groups of people passed by our house. Tan-awá ináng (yanáng) isá ka sosón nga mga (sang mga) karabáw dirâ. Look at that herd of buffaloes over there. (see hubón, búnghay, panóng).


sumálà

Hiligaynon

(B) It is up to, the responsibility lies with, it rests with; not as, not like, contrary to, not following the example of. Sumálà dián kanímo (sa ímo). (Dirâ lang inâ sa ímo). As you wish or like. Do as you please. The responsibility lies with you. Kon magágto kamó sa marayô nga umá magbálon gid kamó, sumálà kang natabû kanámon kóndì nagútum kamí. (Kon magkádto kamó sa malayô nga umá magbálon gid kamó, tan-awá ang natabû sa ámon kóndì nagútum kamí). If (When) you go to a distant country district take provisions along and learn from what happened to us, for we got hungry (having neglected to carry provisions with us). Kon gabíi nga hóras ukón táknà nga inugturúg ron, mamíntal gid kamó kang mga gawáng kag ganháan, sumálà kay Fuláno kóndì ginsakáan ang baláy na kang matákaw. (Kon gáb-i nga óras ukón táknà nga inugtulúg na, mamíntal gid kamó sang mga bintánà kag puertáhan, tan-awá si Fuláno kóndì ginsakáan ang íya baláy sang makáwat). At night when it is time to go to bed, bar your windows and doors and do not follow N.N.'s example, for (as he had neglected to do so) thieves entered his house.


sumbiráw

Hiligaynon

(B) To call to see, call on for a moment, visit for a short time, pay a very short visit. Nagsumbiráw (Nagpasumbiráw) gid lang ikáw rúgya kanámon. (Nagtámwà (naggáwa) gid lang ikáw dirí sa ámon). You paid us a very short visit. Sumbirawá ang mga táo sa tarámnan. (Bisitáhi sing makadalî ang mga táo sa talámnan). Go and see the workmen in the field for a moment. (see sambiráw, dúaw, súr-aw, súy-aw, hápit, bisíta).


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.


tagbaláy

Hiligaynon

Master, proprietor, owner of the house. N.B. On entering a house it is polite to call out: "Tagbaláy!" and before going in to wait for the invitation: "Sákà", "Hápit ka dirí sa ámon", "Sulúd!", etc. (see tagíya, ámo).


tákas

Hiligaynon

Inland, interior, away from the sea, away from a river or valley, land as opposed to water, a slope or hill as opposed to a valley; to land, disembark, go on shore, go inland, go away from the sea, from a river or from a valley; to go up-stream or up-river. Nagtákas silá sa Manílà. They disembarked (went on shore) at Manila. Sán-o ka matákas (magatákas)? When shall you-land,-go into the interior,-go inland? Ang ámon baláy árà sa tákas sang subâ. Our house stands back from the river. Ginpatákas níya dirâ ang napúlò ka sáko nga bugás. He landed there (brought on shore) ten sacks of rice. Patakása ang sakayán. Land (Try to land) the boat. (see iláya, ilayá, ubús-lower down, near the sea; etc.).


tám-is

Hiligaynon

Sweetness, delightfulness, deliciousness; to sweeten, to be, become or make sweet, delightful, sugary, honeyed. Nagtám-is na iníng búnga. This fruit has become sweet. Natam-isán akó sang íya nga hámbal. I found his talk very pleasant. He talked to me very pleasantly. Tam-isá (Patam-isá) ang mamón. Make the cake sweet. Sweeten the cake. Ginpatám-is níya ang ámon pangabúdlay sang manámit (masádya, makawiwíli) nga sugilánon. He sweetened our labour by pleasant talk. Malisúd ang pangabúhì nga waláy katam-isán. Life without joy is difficult to bear. Ginapakatám-is níya iní. He considers this delicious, delightful, glorious. He enjoys it, he gloats over it. (see hinám-is, panám-is, rímis).


támà

Hiligaynon

Excessive, overmuch, very, too much, too many, redundant, super-abundant, inordinate, superfluous, exorbitant; to do to excess, to overdo a thing. Nagakáon siá sing támà. He is eating too much. Natám-an siá sang káon. He ate too much. Támà kamahál iní (siní). This is too dear. Ginpatám-an níya ang karabáw sang dáro. He overworked the buffalo at ploughing. Támà kalayô sang (ang) ámon naláktan (laláktan). We have walked (have to walk) very far. (see lakás, lám-ag, súkò, dúro, masyádo, túman, kaáyo).


támbing

Hiligaynon

Cash, for cash, hard (ready) cash, cash-price, cash-purchase, money (or its equivalent) paid immediately (promptly) after a purchase; to pay cash, do business on a cash-basis, pay down, make a bargain on cash-payment, pay at once (promptly). Gintámbing níya ang báyad. He paid on the spot. Tinambingán níya akó dáyon sang íya mga binakál. He paid me at once for what he had bought. Támbing gid ang báyad sa ámon ginabaligyaán. Our shop is doing business on a strict cash-down basis. Kon índì ka makatámbing sang báyad, índì akó magbalígyà siní sa ímo. If you cannot pay cash at once I will not sell it to you. Magbáyad ka sing támbing, índì ka magútang. Pay at once, don't make debts. (see kábis, ímpas, túmbas-to settle in full).


támpad

Hiligaynon

Front, frontage, confrontation; to face, confront, stand in front of, make a stand against, be opposite to. Sa támpad sang--. Before, over against, in front of, opposite to, facing, face to face with. Ang ámon baláy-árà sa támpad sang munisípyo,-támpad sa munisípyo. Our house stands opposite (over against, facing) the Municipal Building. Tampará (-adá) akó. Stand in front of me (facing me). Nagtámpad siá sing maísug sa amó nga katalágman. He faced that danger bravely. Gintámpad níya ang íya kaáway. He faced his enemy. He openly withstood his enemy. Walâ siá mangahás magtámpad sa kay Fuláno. He did not dare to confront N.N. (see atúbang).


tápan

Hiligaynon

To become or make even, level, flat, plain, plane. Nagtápan na ang ámon plása. Our public square has become level now. Tapána ang bakólod. Level down the hill. (see sáma, saláma, matápan).


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