Meaning of sing

sing

Hiligaynon

The indefinite article for the accusative and, very rarely, for the genitive. It corresponds to the English "some" and "a". Nakabakál akó sing ísdà. I bought (have bought) some fish. Ginbaligyaán níya akó sing mga páhò. He sold me some mangoes. Nagpatíndog siá sing baláy. He built a house. Walâ sing-nothing, no, none, nobody, no one. Walâ akó sing pílak. I have no money. Walâ sing anó man. It is nothing. Don't mention it. It is of no consequence. Walâ gid sing táo dirí. There is nobody here.



sing

Hiligaynon

An adverbial particle. Bantayí siá sing maáyo. Watch him well. Nagapangabúdlay siá sing mapísan. He works diligently. Sing (sa) madalî. At once. Quickly. Without delay.


sing

Hiligaynon

A conjunctive particle: Whilst, whereas, when. Walâ níla pagatumána inâ, sing amó kuntánì ang dápat níla pagtinguháon sing labí. They do not fulfil that obligation, whereas they should try to do so above anything else.