Meaning of súlay

súlay

Hiligaynon

To walk through pelting rain, flying bullets, etc., to brave, defy opposition, challenge difficulties. Ginsúlay níya ang ulán, bágyo, ínit, etc. He went out (did his work) in spite of the rain, the storm, the heat, etc. Suláya lang ang mga lisó. Brave the rain of bullets. Sinúlay níya sing matútum ang tanán nga mga kabudláyan kag kalisúd. He bravely (courageously, pluckily) went through all fatigues and difficulties. (see súray).



súlay

Hiligaynon

Prop, support, shore, a length of cane or wood put up in a leaning position to prevent a house, wall, fence, etc. from falling; to prop, prop up, support, shore up. Suláyi ang baláy mo, agúd índì mapúkan sang hángin. Put props to your house, lest the wind should blow it over. Magsúlay (manúlay, magpanúlay) na kitá sang áton mga baláy, kay may bágyo nga maabút. Let us shore up our houses (with leaning supports), for a storm is approaching. (see tokó-an upright or vertical prop for floors, etc.).


suláy

Hiligaynon

To tempt, try to seduce, lead into temptation, put to the test, provoke, incite, entice, persuade (especially to do evil). Indì mo siá pagsulayón. Don't-tempt him,-put him to the test. Si Hesús ginsuláy sang yáwà (manunúlay). Jesus was tempted by the devil (tempter). (see hágad, sútsut, súgyot, tulúd).


suláy

Hiligaynon

To split, cleave apart, separate from. (see súlhay).