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simud1nMouth.6higad simud2comp.1nThe lip (the body part).2adjProne to gossip or tattle.Ayaw mu paglahasiyai in tau simuran.Don't reveal secrets to someone prone to gossip.3vTo gossip or tattle about (someone).Piyagsimud-simud nila in babai yan naburus.They were gossipping about that woman getting pregnant.Ayaw kaw maghinang mangi' bat kaw di' hipagsimud-simud.Don't do anything bad or they'll gossip about you.ptlimut kiyakaun simudid.adjStubborn, calloused to scolding (esp. used of children) (lit. a mouth is being eaten).Kiyakaun simud in bata' ini. Di' magkahagad hinduan.This child is calloused. He won't listen to teaching.
sangsa'nEffort, labor, toil, service.Kawgun in sangsa' ku nagpalaggu' kaymu way mu da aku tiyumtum.My labor for you bringing you up has been wasted as you don't even remember me.vag mag-; ran pag--an.To labor, toil, exert effort, render service.Wajib in manga anak magsangsa' ha maas.It's obligatory for children to exert effort for the benefit of their parents.hulas-sangsa'2comp.1nGreat effort (lit. sweat and toil).2vTo exert great effort.
simud1nMouth.6higad simud2comp.1nThe lip (the body part).2adjProne to gossip or tattle.Ayaw mu paglahasiyai in tau simuran.Don't reveal secrets to someone prone to gossip.3vTo gossip or tattle about (someone).Piyagsimud-simud nila in babai yan naburus.They were gossipping about that woman getting pregnant.Ayaw kaw maghinang mangi' bat kaw di' hipagsimud-simud.Don't do anything bad or they'll gossip about you.ptlimut kiyakaun simudid.adjStubborn, calloused to scolding (esp. used of children) (lit. a mouth is being eaten).Kiyakaun simud in bata' ini. Di' magkahagad hinduan.This child is calloused. He won't listen to teaching.
siputnA screw.Nalawa' in siput sin makina.The screw of the machine is lost.vag mag-, -um-; pat -un; ran -an.To screw, turn (something), turn on or off (a faucet, radio, gas stove, etc.).Ayaw mu pasāri in bata' magsiput sin dapulan.Don't just leave a child to turn the handle on a stove.Ayaw mu pakusuga in pagsiput mu sin pansul bat di' mabali'.Don't force the turning off of the faucet so that it will not break.kulang siput2id.adjPeculiar, eccentric, irrational, unbalanced, having a screw loose.
suganThe sun.viact -um-; pat -un; ran -an.Agent can only be God.(For it) to be or become sunny, (for the sun) to shine or give off heat.Subay na sumuga ampa mu buwara in diyakdakan.When it gets sunny you hang the clothes outside.Bang mataud na in baldusa ha lawm paghula', na sugahun na kita.When there are many wicked people in our place, it will be sunny (for a long time).Ayaw kaw magbuwad duun, di' sān sugahan.Don't dry anything there, it doesn't get the sun.npanugaDry season, summertime.Ha waktu panuga landu' mapasu'.It's very hot during the dry season.ugtu suga1comp.nNoontime.mataas suga2comp.nMidday.
*sādvran -an.(In the phrase sāri na) to never mind or pay no attention to (something).Minsan mu aku di' matabang sari na.Even if you can't help never mind.pasādder.1vTo leave (something) alone, neglect, take no care of, or overlook (something).2adjNeglectful.
sampay1advUntil, till, unto.Way siya nakabayad utang sampay bihaun.She hasn't paid her debt till now.2vag mag-, -um-.To reach or arrive at (a place).Wala' kami nakasampay pa Makka.We didn't reach Mecca.pasampayder.1nA message.2vTo send or deliver a message.
suratannFate (pertaining to marriage).Maray' suratan mu siya in maasawa mu.Perhaps it's your fate to marry her.patay in suratanid.Having no luck in getting married, destined to be unmarried (lit. fate is dead).Mataud na in nangasawa kaniya, sa' sampay bihaun way nakabana. Maray' patay in suratan niya.Many (men) have asked her hand in marriage, but until now she is unmarried. She's probably destined to be unmarried.ptsukud2 kadarunspec. var. ofkadal
sa1partEmphasizes or lends certainty to a statement.Bunnal sa in bichara mu sin nagputing siya kaymu.What you say is really right, that he lied to you.2partIndicates irritation.Nagbichara sa kamu iban sin manga usug yadtu.You talked with those fellows. I know you did and I am angry with you for doing it. I think it was bad.
sa'1fr. var.sagawa'1conjBut.
sā'11.1nA mistake, fault, error, flaw.Awn sadja sā' sin mānusiya' katān.There's always a flaw in every person.vag mag-, -um-; pat ma-.To commit a mistake, error or fault, have a flaw; err, miss the mark, be wrong; sprain (oneself).Itunga marayaw bat kaw di' masā'.Count it well, so you won't be mistaken.Pangannal ku marayaw in Milikan, sa' nasā' aku.I thought Americans are kind, but I was wrong.ptlawng11.2nA dislocation (of nerve or bone).vpat ma-.To suffer dislocation (of a nerve or bone).Nasā' in liug ku.I sprained my neck.ptpisu' 2vpat -un.To be fined (for touching an unmarried girl).Sāun siya hanggatus pilak bang siya makakaput ha budjangHe'll be fined one hundred pesos if he touches an unmarried girl.nkasāanA fine for touching an unmarried girl.ptmulta
*sā'2vCH 1 ag mag-; pat -un.To pass (a liquid) gradually through small spaces or a porous subtance, strain or filter (a liquid).Subay sāun in tubig malummi'.The dirty water must be filtered.nsāanA strainer (for liquids).Mataud ginisan sin sāan. Awn sāan uway, awn isab mital iban palastik.There many kinds of strainers. There are rattan strainers and also metal or plastic ones.ptayak
Sa'ban2nThe eighth month of the Muslim calendar, having twenty nine days. (It is marked by the Nispu commemoration of the dead).Bulan Sa'ban in pagnispu sin manga tau.The eighth month of the year is the month for the commemoration of the dead.ptbulan
sa'bu1relWhile, at the same time that, during.Dimatung siya sa'bu ku nagkakaun.He arrived while I was eating.vag mag-; pat -un.To meet (someone in a certain place).Sa'buhun ta kaw didtu ha bāy niyu kunsūm mahinaat.I'll meet you at your house tomorrow morning.ptsasang
sa'bu2npagsa'buA celebration (of an anniversary of a death or any special event), a welcoming (of someone's arrival).vag mag-, -um-; pat -un.To celebrate a special event, welcome (someone's arrival).Kunsūm magjamu kami magsa'bu sin puasa.Tomorrow we will have a big meal to celebrate the beginning of the fast.Sa'buhun sin manga kawkampungan in manga ba'gu datung dayn ha paghadjian.The relatives will give a welcome celebration to the newly arrived hadjis.Hipagsa'bu namu' ha gubnul in pagjamu-jamu ini.This feast is to welcome the arrival of the governor.
sa'dayvtag -um-; pat -un.To lay (someone) down partly, sit (someone) up (from a lying position).Subay sa'dayun in tau nasasakit bang painumun ubat.The sick person should be sat up when he's given medicine.viag -um-.To lie down partly, (for someone lying down) to sit up partly.Sa'day kaw pa ūan bang kaw kiyaru'.Lie down partly on the pillow if you are sleepy.Pasa'daya in bata'-bata' bang kaw magparuru'.Let the child lie down partly when you let it suck milk.ptsandig sampig2
sa'gangnA (human or animal) jaw.Liyubak niya aku ha sa'gang ku hangkan na aku di' makakaun sin pagkaun matugas.He hit me on my jaw that's why I can't eat hard food.
*sa'layvag mag-; pat -un, hi-.To carry (something) hanging from the shoulder (as a bag by a long strap) or draped over the shoulder (either vertically or across the body, as a style of wearing a folded sarong; fasten (something on the back or shoulder to carry it).Siyasa'lay niya in sinapang.He's shoulder-carrying his rifle.Subay sa'layun mu ha taykud in manga tamungun mu bat kaw di' kabuggatan.You have to fasten your clothes on your back so that you will not have a hard time.pt*sagnat
sa'pannThe branching, forking of a tree, a twig.Kawai aku madtu sa'pan sin kahuy yaun.Go get me a twig from that tree.ptsanga
saalnThe bar of a yoke.Subay makamdus in saal hipagbutang ha kabaw.The bar of a yoke placed on a carabao should be durable.synkukuung2
saangnA span (the measurement from the end of the thumb to the end of the forefinger of the outstretched hand).Hangsaang in lakbang sin digpi' ini.The width of this wood is a span.
saatnA time (for doing something) regarded as either opportune, favorable, right or not (depending on one's feeling, calculation or some auspicious or foreboding circumstances).Di' aku tumulak adlaw yan. Bukun marayaw in saat ku.I won't leave today. I don't think the time is favorable.vag mag-; pat -un.To set an opportune, suitable or right time for doing something (either with the aid of fortune-telling or without).Magsaat naa ampa kitaniyu manaw magpangasawa.Let's set a favorable time first before we go and ask for her hand in marriage.ptalamat2
*sābvtAR ag mag-; ran -an.To burn slightly or on the surface, singe (something).Nagsāb kami sin lansa tiyangun.We singed the launch on drydock.Sāban ku in lumut ha lansa tiyatangun.I'll singe the moss on the drydocked launch.
sababnCause, reason.Unu in sabab sin kiyaīg mu dayn ha upis?What was the cause of your dismissal from office?conjBecause.Subay kaw muwi' magtuy sabab way dī hi ina' mu.You have to go home right now because your mother is not here.ptpasal1
sābadvact mag-, -um-.To pass swiftly before (one's sight).In lambung niya simābad ha mata ku.His shadow passed swiftly before my eyes.ptlaman