Meaning of sáko

sáko

Hiligaynon

Coat. (see amerikána).



sáko

Hiligaynon

(Sp. saco) Sack, bag. (see bayóong, máy-ong).


sákò

Hiligaynon

To be occupied, keep busy, to be busy; have much to do, give much work, be hard at work, hard at it. Nagasákò silá karón sang íla pagtánum. They are at present very busy planting rice. Masákò ang ákon trabáho. I have much work to do. Ginsákò níla ang pagpatíndog sang bág-o nga baláy, kay madalî na lang pagakáslon ang nóbyo kag nóbya. They have been working hard building the new house, for the bride and the bridegroom are soon to be married. Sakóa siá sang íya nga útang. Keep him busy with his debt i.e. remind him often of his debt, so that he may make an effort to pay it.