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sagúp

Hiligaynon

To save, rescue, deliver, take up, pick up (a drowning man, a person in misfortune, or the like). Sinagúp silá sa kalaláwran sang isá ka dakû nga sakayán. (Sinagúp sánda sa kalaláwdan kang sángka hánggud nga sakayán). They were picked up on the high seas by a large steamer. Sagupá siá sa túbig sa madalî, agúd nga índì malumús, kay índì siá makahibaló maglangóy; (Ságpa tána sa túbig ti madalî, agúd nga índì malumús, hay índì ra kamáan (makamáan) maglangóy). Take him out of the water at once, lest he should drown, for he does not know how to swim. Sín-o ang nagsagúp sa íya (kaná)? Who picked him up and took care of him? (see balótbot, luás, báwì, tábang, áyop, ayóp).



inakúp

Hiligaynon

To receive hospitably, take care of, treat well. Iya siá gininakúp sa dakû nga paghálung kag paghigúgma. He received him with great affection and love. (see ákup, báton, tátap, sagúp, batití, sagúd).


inakúp

Hiligaynon

To receive hospitably, take care of, treat well. Iya siá gininakúp sa dakû nga paghálung kag paghigúgma. He received him with great affection and love. (see ákup, báton, tátap, sagúp, batití, sagúd).


pang

Hiligaynon

Pang-is at times interchangeable with pan-in words beginning with s or d, e.g. pangsagúp (panagúp, sagúp); pangdakúp (pandakúp, panakúp, dakúp), etc. See pan-, pand-.


sagóp

Hiligaynon

To save one's life, etc. See sagúp.


ságpon

Hiligaynon

From sagúp.


sagúd

Hiligaynon

To take care of, rear or bring up, train, guard, watch over, look after with concern or care. Sagurá sing maáyo (Sagudá ti mayád) ang bátà, báboy, talámnan (tarámnan), etc. Take good care of the baby, the pig, the rice-field, etc. Isagúd akó siníng (kadiáng) mga kánding. Look after these goats of mine. Pasagurá akó sang ímo báka. Let me attend to your cow (for a share in her calves). Sín-o ang magasagúd sang mga bátà, kay napatáy ang íla ilóy? Who will take care of the children, now that their mother is dead? (see batití, sapópo, tátap, sagúp).


sámbat

Hiligaynon

To take hold of, cling to (anything floating, as a drowning person does); to save shipwrecked people. (see gabáy, sagúp).


sapópo

Hiligaynon

To take care of, nurture, nourish, rear, bring up, attend to all one's wants. Sapopóha siá sing maáyo. Take good care of him. Sang nawád-an siá sang íya ilóy, ang íya nga tíyà amó ang nagsapópo sa íya. When she was bereft of her mother, her aunt took care of her (brought her up). (see sagúd, sagúp).


sapúd, sápud

Hiligaynon

To fish out, snatch-, pick-, up something that has fallen into the water, a lost article, etc.; to seize, intercept, catch (a run-away, or the like). Sápda siá. Seize or catch him. (see sagúp, dakúp).


sagúpra

Hiligaynon

Rough, etc. See sagápra.


sagápra

Hiligaynon

Rough, not smooth, uneven, not well planed, not well made or done, said of floors, furniture, etc. (see sagúpra id.).