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sákal

Hiligaynon

A bracket or wedge driven into a post or wall for the purpose of supporting floorbeams, etc.; to provide with brackets, etc. Sakáli ang halígi. Put a bracket on the post.



sakám

Hiligaynon

To encroach upon, seize, take, grasp, hold fast to, commit forcible seizure, appropriate (unlawfully). Sakamón (Sákmon) ko iní. I shall seize it, take hold of it. Ginísol níla ang ákon korál kag sinakám ang ákon dútà. (Ginísol nánda ang kodál kag sinakám ang lúpà ko). They put back the fence and encroached on my land. Ginsakám siá sang kalisúd. He was overwhelmed with grief. (see sakúm, sabán, sáklam).


sakáng

Hiligaynon

The fork, crutch, angle or junction formed by the legs of a pair of trousers, by the legs themselves, or the like.


sakár

Hiligaynon

To ask, solicit, try to obtain, make efforts to get, desire, covet. Nagasakár akó kay Fuláno nga agsahón ko ang íya dútà. I am asking N.N. to accept me as his tenant. I am anxious to obtain the lease of N.N.'s field. (see panakár).


sakáte

Hiligaynon

(Sp. zacate) Forage, fodder, cut grass as fed to horses, cattle, etc. (see bungálon).


sakatehán

Hiligaynon

A zacate-field, land for growing fodder for animals.


sakáy

Hiligaynon

Riding on, travelling by; to ride, mount a horse, step or get into an auto, embark on or board a boat, etc. Sakáy ka sa áwto-or-sákyi ang áwto. Step (get) into the auto. Sakáy sa bapór nagabút kahápon si Fuláno. Travelling by steamer N.N. arrived yesterday. Maálam ka magsakáy sa kabáyo? Do you know how to mount or ride a horse?


sakayán

Hiligaynon

Boat, vessel, ship, steamer, sailing boat, any water craft or seagoing vessel. (see sakáy, salákyan-vehicle, carriage, riding animal, or the like).


Warship, warvessel, man-of-war.


alogán-gan

Hiligaynon

To postpone, procrastinate, tarry, put off, delay; tarrying, delaying, etc. The verb is frequently used with pa-. Dílì kamó magpaalogán-gan or maginalogán-gan sa pagsílhig sang hulút. Don't put off sweeping the room. Ginalogán-gan níya ang pagkádto dídto kag tungúd sinâ walâ siá makaábut sang tábad. He put off going there and as a consequence came too late for the dinner or banquet. Indì siá magpaalogán-gan sa pagsakáy pa Manílà or índì níya pagialogán-gan ang pagsakáy pa Manílà. He will not postpone his trip to Manila. Alogán-gan siá sing pamatásan. He is inclined to procrastinate, put things off. (see palántang, agáp-to anticipate).


álsa

Hiligaynon

(Sp. alza, alzar) A rise in price; the raising of merchandise, money, etc. on credit; to raise, lift, hoist; to get on credit. Ang tanán nga mga balalígyà sa almasín siníng komersyánte álsa gid lámang sa Ilóng-ílong or ginálsa gid lámang níya sa Ilóng-ílong. All the goods on sale in the store of this merchant are (were) obtained by him on credit from Iloilo. Alsahá pa gid ang káhoy sing diótay. Raise the wood yet a little. Alsahí iníng lugár sang mga bató. Remove the stones from this place. Alsahá ang tíngug mo. Raise your voice to a higher pitch. Iálsa akó ánay siníng láta nga túbig. Please lift this can of water for me. Alsahán mo gid ánay ang baráha kag ugáling ipanhátag (ipanghátag). First cut the cards and then deal them out. (For an increase in wages and the like "pasákà" is to be used. Napasakáan ang íya sóhol. His wages have been raised).


ámbò

Hiligaynon

To insist on, importune, ask for, beg to be allowed to do something. (see ahâ, sakár, panakár).


andámio

Hiligaynon

(Sp. andamio) Gangplank, gangway, gangboard, a narrow framework or platform for the passage of vehicles and pedestrians; scaffold; to use or apply a gangboard, etc. Butangí sing andámio ang baróto. Place a gangplank on the ferryboat. Andamiohí ang alágyan. Put a gangplank where the people pass. Iandámio ko iníng tápì. I'll use this board as a gangway. Andamiohá iníng káhoy. Make a gangway out of this wood. Paandamiohán mo sa íla ang sakayán, agúd makasákà ang mga sumalákay. Let them put a gangway to the boat, that the passengers may be able to go on board. (see latayán).


apelár

Hiligaynon

(Sp. apelar) To appeal. (see pasákà, dangúp).


armáda

Hiligaynon

(Sp. armada) Navy, fleet, squadron, warships, (see sakayán, sakayán-áway).


bapór

Hiligaynon

(Sp. vapor) Steam-boat, steamer, ocean-liner. (see sakayán-húlas).


bará

Hiligaynon

(Sp. varar) To run aground, to run on sand in shallow water, be stranded (said of ships). Nagbará or nabará ang bapór. The steamer ran aground. Andamí ang ímo pagdalá sang sakayán, agúd índì magbará. Be careful in steering the boat, lest it should run aground. Dî mo pagpabarahón ang bapór. Don't run the boat aground. Figuratively: Nabará kamí kahápon sa igtubá. Yesterday we were stranded on the other side of the river.


bawóg

Hiligaynon

Shadoof, shaduf, picotah, counterpoised sweep, a long beam swinging up and down on an axle used to draw water from a cistern or well. At one end of the beam the tímbà (pail or bucket for drawing water) is attached and at the other end the pamató (counterpoise, counterbalance). The pin or axle on which the beam turns is called the paláy. Ang bawód nagasákà-panáug. The shadoof is moving up and down.


bayág

Hiligaynon

Fork, bifurcation, crotch; the tendons, muscles and folds of skin near the crotch of an animal. (see sakáng).


bayái

Hiligaynon

An old song or tune, a chanty: to hum a tune. Nagsakáy siá sa íya karabáw nga nagabayái. He sat on his buffalo humming a tune.


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