Meaning of sála

sála

Hiligaynon

(Sp. sala) Reception or drawing room, common living room. (see ságwà, sagwâ, balatonán).



sála

Hiligaynon

To talk deliriously, be out of one's mind, to rave, ramble, wander. Nagasála na ang masakít. The sick man is talking in delirium. Ginasála ang masakít. The sick man is delirious. Nagasalála lang silá. They are talking nonsense (like delirious persons).


salâ

Hiligaynon

Sin, fault, error, evil-doing, wrong-doing, transgression, mistake, misdemeanour, misconduct, misbehaviour, fall, lapse, offence, trespass, iniquity, demerit; to err, make a mistake, commit a fault, transgress, deviate, miss. Ikáw amó ang may salâ. You are to blame. The error, mistake or fault is yours. Nagsalâ siá. He erred. Magkonpesár ka sang ímo mga salâ. Confess your sins. The phrase "salâ ko kon--" often precedes an emphatic statement implying an oath: "I swear that--". "May I be cursed if--". "May evil befall me if--". "May God punish me if--". (see pakasalâ which is mostly used in the sense of sinning, committing sin).


sálà

Hiligaynon

To strain, filter, percolate. Saláa ang tsa, kapé, etc. Strain the tea, coffee, etc. Salái sang kapé iníng lánot nga hinabúl. Strain the coffee through this hemp-cloth. (sárà id.).


sálà

Hiligaynon

(B) To leave behind, leave. Isálà (Ibílin) ang tsa sa lamésa. Leave the tea on the table. Gindará ko ang bátà ko, hay warâ akó ti saláan sa baláy. (Gindalá ko ang ákon bátà, kay walâ akó sing bilínan sa baláy). I brought my child along, because I have nobody left at home (to take care of it). (see bílin).