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sínuk

Hiligaynon

To intercept, catch, waylay; to pay a surprise visit, take unawares, come unannounced for an inspection, etc. Sang pagsínuk níya sang íya nga palangúmhan nasápwan níya ang madámù nga mga mamumugón nga nagpasalipótpot sang íla nga buluhatón. When he paid a surprise visit to his farm he found many workmen idle, absent, neglecting their work.



panínuk

Hiligaynon

Freq. of sínuk-to pay a surprise visit, take unawares, investigate, inspect without previous warning or notice.


tíkmà

Hiligaynon

To take secretly or unawares, to pilfer, steal, seize; to attack, come upon, assail, get hold of (said of diseases); to visit secretly, appear unannounced, come unexpectedly (for an investigation, etc.). Gintíkmà siá sang hilánat. He caught a cold. Tiníkma níya ang mga alagád sa amó nga sululátan. He paid a surprise visit to the employees of that office. (see tíkas, káwat, dúnggò, abút, sínuk).


sinuktánay

Hiligaynon

Collection (of debts), demand (for payment); to collect outstanding debts, demand payment. (see sokót).


súka

Hiligaynon

Vomiting, vomit; to vomit, to bring up, be sick. Nagsúka siá sang íya kináon-or-ginsúka níya ang íya kináon. He vomited what he had eaten. "Ang idô nagbálik sa íya súka or sinúka" (ginsukáhan, sinukáhan). "The dog is returned to his vomit" (the place where he vomited).


sukáb

Hiligaynon

To lift slightly the edge of, to raise the hem or border as of a mat, carpet, etc. Sukabá ang amákan, kay tan-awón ko kon anó ang árà sa idálum. Raise the mat a little, for I want to see what is underneath it. Ang atóp sinukabán sang hángin sing tátlo ka pánid nga sin. The wind lifted three sheets of galvanized iron off the roof. Ginsukáb níla ang bató kag nasápwan sa idálum ang isá ka dakû nga iwí-íwi. They lifted one side of the stone and discovered underneath a huge scorpion. (see ukáb, sukíb, tukíb).