Search result(s) - sug-útan

ság-o

Hiligaynon

To be refractory, etc. Paság-o-to resist, oppose, object to, refuse to do. See súg-o, pasúg-o. (see paganót).



salúbong

Hiligaynon

To welcome, go out and meet, wait for, expect. (see aláwálaw, sug-álaw, súgat, sugatâ). The term "salúbong" seems to come from the Tagalog dialect.


saután, sa-után

Hiligaynon

Dancing hall. See saotán.


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).


súblang

Hiligaynon

To meet, encounter one another coming from different directions, as the one coming up, the other going down, or the one going in, the other coming out of a room, interview, etc.; to meet one another in passing. Nagsublangánay silá nga duhá. The two of them passed each other. (see sumálang, sugatâ, sug-álaw).


súg-ak

Hiligaynon

To fill-, be full-, to overflowing, be brimful, choke-full; to spirt, stream, flow out or over. (see sulúg-ak).


(B) To meet, encounter, come upon, fall in with, especially said of persons coming from different directions. Kang pagsug-alawáy (Sang pagsugataáy) námon nagdungán (nagdúngan) kamí padúlung sa Ilóngílong. When we met we went on together in the direction of Iloilo. Sug-aláwa sa dálan. (Sagataá siá sa dálan). Try to fall in with him on the road. (see súgat, sugatâ, sumálang, samálang).


súg-an

Hiligaynon

From sugâ-to light a lamp.


súg-o

Hiligaynon

To be in a bad humour, be or become refractory, obstinate. See pasúg-o.


súg-ut

Hiligaynon

To bind hemp-fibre together and roll it up neatly in a basket previous to putting it on a reel and forming it into hanks, etc. Sug-utá ang lánot. Get the hemp-fibre ready for reeling. (see tágak, súgpon).


The basket used in the operation of súg-ut. (see tagakán id.).


Hemp-fibres to be got ready for the reel.


sugâ

Hiligaynon

(H) Lamp, lantern, light; to light (a lamp). Sugaí (súg-i) ang balatonán. Light up the reception room. Súg-i kamí dirí. Light a lamp for us here. Bring us a light. Ari na si Fuláno, kay nagasíga ang sugâ sa íya nga hulút. N.N. is here now, for the lamp in his room is lit. (see sánag, íwag, solô, kínke, tínghoy, kapáwà, lampará).


sugatâ

Hiligaynon

(H) To meet from opposite or different directions. Ang pagsugataáy ni Hesús kag sang íya Ilóy. The meeting of Jesus and his Mother. (see sug-álaw, súblang, sumálang).


súlang

Hiligaynon

Also: to meet, welcome. (see sug-álaw, sugatâ, aláw-álaw).


sulúg-ak

Hiligaynon

To be brimful, chock-full, full to overflowing; to surfeit, loathe, have enough (more than enough) of a thing. (see súg-ak, punô, taká, sumô, súm-od).


Hemp fibres to be got ready for reeling. (see súg-ut, talagakón).


sumálang

Hiligaynon

To meet, encounter, come upon, fall in with. Nasumálang ko si Fuláno. I met N.N. Masumalángan ta riá ti masamí (Makít-an, mabasahán, masápwan ta inâ sing masamí) sa mga pamantaláan. We often-come upon those things,-find such matters mentioned, in the news-papers. (see samálang, sug-álaw, tábò, sapó, sugatâ).


tágak

Hiligaynon

To knot or bind hemp-fibre together and roll it up neatly in a basket (tagakán) preparatory to weaving or reeling. Tagáka ang lánot. Bind the hemp-fibre and roll it up in the basket. Tagáki akó sináng lánot. Get me ready that hemp for reeling (or weaving). (see súg-ut).


tagakán

Hiligaynon

The basket used in the operation of tágak. (see sug-útan).


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