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sám-ang

Hiligaynon

To be firmly secured, fixed, attached to, settled down; to have a firm hold or grip on. Ang baláyan nasám-ang na sa halígi. The girder is now firmly secured to the post. Indì na siá magpaúlì dirí, kay nakasám-ang siá dídto sa maáyo nga lugár. He will not come back here any more, for he is settled there in a good place. Ipasám-ang-or-pasam-angá ang kruz sa ibábaw sang simbáhan. Fasten or secure the cross well on the top of the church. (see samál, pág-on, líg-on).



sam

Hiligaynon

(B) See sángka.


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).


(B) The equivalent of isá ka-one, a, e.g. sángka (sang) ádlaw. One (a) day. Sángka turô. A drop. Sángka túig. Santúig. A year. Sángka búlan. Sambúlan. A month (ago). (see (H) Isá ka-ádlaw,-tul-ó,-túig,-búlan).