suutvag mag-, -um-; pat -un, pag-…-un.(For two or more people or things) to occupy the same space (e.g., two or more people sleeping in the same sarong or blanket, two or more pieces of clothing on the same hanger).Magsuut na kita matūg ha hambuuk manta.Let’s occupy the same space sleeping in one blanket.Papagsuutun ku na in manga badjuꞌ ha hambuuk hangir.I’ll make the shirts occupy the same space on one hanger.kambal suutcomp.nSiamese twins.
suwaꞌ gadja1nThe pomelo tree.Citrus maxima5: Plants2nPomelo fruit.Subay diꞌ palian in suwaꞌ gadja bang magpais bat diꞌ humarat in nanam.You must not slice the meat of the pomelo while peeling so that the taste will not become acrid.
suwakChiefly gimb.nEnjoyment or preferential liking (for a particular food).In suwak niya magkaun tihiꞌ-tihiꞌ makainu-inu.His enjoyment for eating sea urchins is impressive.vag -um-; ran ka-…-an.To have a special liking (for something), enjoy eating (something).Diꞌ aku makasuwak tuud dūyan.I don’t really enjoy eating durian.Kasuwakan ku in piyanggang manuk.I especially like roasted chicken.Cf.sūbtagi
suwalallavar. ofsulallavTo turn (someone) or be turned upside down (head down, feet up).
suwaranThe sound of a voice, voice; a word, message.In suwara sin magluluguꞌ landuꞌ maluuy.The voice of those singing is very sweet to hear.Hambuuk suwara sin Allahu Taala subay maglasa-liyasahi iban sin pagkahi mānusiyaꞌ.One word of Allah is that we and our fellowmen should love each other.vag mag-; pat hi-; goal -an.To announce, proclaim (something to someone).Nagsuwara in radiyu kaina, subay in tau tagama sadja tagnaan adlaw ini.The radio announced that people should be ready beginning today.Cf.tingug
*suwatvCH 1 ag mag-, -um-; pat -un.To turn over (soil with a bolo, to be able to remove weeds easily or to aerate it).Subay suwatun in lupaꞌ supaya maīg in sagbut.The soil should be turned over so that the weeds can be removed.vAR ag mag-, -um-; ran -an.To weed (an area in this manner).Suwati in uma natuꞌ.Weed our rice field.npagsuwatWeeding, manner of weeding.Cf.hublut*lapa
suwitnA small china saucer, tiny plate used for special occasions.Mataud bangbang liyuun ha suwit sin pagtiyaun namuꞌ.Lots of cookies were put on china saucers at our wedding.Cf.tapak
suyaꞌnLiquid (spit up by a baby).vag mag-; pat hi-; ran -an.To spit up (usu. of a baby).Nagsuyaꞌ in bataꞌ-bataꞌ pagꞌubus dimuruꞌ gatas.The baby spit up after sucking the milk.Siyuyaan sin bataꞌ in daghal sin inaꞌ niya.The baby spit up on its mother’s chest.Cf.luraꞌ
suysuynRumor, hearsay, reports not based on definite knowledge, general conversation.Ayaw kaw magdungug sin manga suysuy yan.Don’t pay attention to hearsay.vCV 2 ag mag-, -um-; pat hi-; goal -an.To tell, report a rumor, converse on general subjects; give an account of or story about (something).Suysuy kaw sin pagbunuꞌ ha Tapul.Give us an account of the fighting on Tapul.Cf.habalbaytaꞌisturi