Meaning of sákà

sákà

Hiligaynon

To ascend, go up, come up, step up, go up-stairs, enter a house. Sákà (Sumákà) ka (kaw). Come up. Sakáa ang lubí (nióg). Climb the coconut palm. Sakái akó sing duhá ka lubí, kay buút akó mag-inúm sing butóng. (Sakái akó ti dárwa ka bílog nga nióg, hay mályag akó mag-inúm ti butóng). Climb the coconut palm and pluck two nuts for me, for I should like to drink some coconut milk.



sákà

Hiligaynon

Interest on a loan, etc. See túbò.


sákà

Hiligaynon

(B) To get into, to invade. Ginsákà ang ólo na (níya) kang (sang) hángin. Wind got into his head, i.e. he has a severe head-ache or is out of his mind.


sakâ

Hiligaynon

(B) To attack, invade, come to, assail. Ginsakâ tána kang ános. (Ginaános siá). He is a victim of consumption (phthisis). Ginasakâ tána kang táo (siá sang táo). She is pregnant, has conceived.