Vernacular - English


s


sapatossapátosSpn shoesKitaon ko an imo bag-o na sapatos.I see your new shoes.magsapátosv [c2] MAG- act. put on shoesMagsapatos ka na.You put-on-shoes now.pag-isapátosv [c7] MAG- ag; -AN goal; I- acc; PA-..-ON pat. maltreat, mistreat, abuse, oppress. Means to figuratively put one under his feetAyaw ako pag-isapatos kay patyon ko ikaw kun mangyari ina.Do not maltreat me for I will-kill you if that happens.sapatéron shoe maker
sapawsápawCebv [c2] MAG- ag; MAKA- act; MA- exp; MA-..-AN goalmasapáwanv coexist, overlap, co-occur, coincideNasasapawan ka ada sin demonyo.A demon is-coexisting there with you.
sapisápiTagv [c7] MAG- act; -AN goal; I- acc; PA-..-ON patmagsápiv joinSi Juan nagsapi sa mga estudyante.Juan joined the students.cfsabay be togethersakot synintra biyo joinsika joinsumpay additiontakip adjoining partkasápin memberKasapi siya sa grupo.He is a-member of-the group.
sapirosapíroSpn sapphireSapiro usad na mahalon na bato.Sapphire is a valuable stone.
sapnasápnàv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN loc; I- bensapnâonv be cooked. Refers to cooking as a generic termTulo ka salmon na bugas an imo sapnaon.You cook three chupas of rice.A chupa is equivalent to one salmon can full, about a 12 oz. can.synluto1 cooked riceparasápnan professional cook, chef, pastry cookSiya an amon parasapna.He is our professional-cook.sinápnan cooked riceKuhaa an sinapna.Get the cooked-rice.
sapnaysápnayCebv [c6] MAG- ag; -ON pat; I- acc/bensapnáyonv cuddle, carry with careSinapnay niya an turog na bata.He cuddled the sleeping child.magsápnayv endure somethingAnad ako magsapnay sin sakit.I am used to-enduring some difficulties.
sapnotsápnotCebadj MA-masápnotrough surfaced, uneven surfaced, coarse surfaced. Refers to the condition of a floor because of dirt, but it can also refer to skin, hair, a road, etc.Masapnot an aton salog kay maati.Our floor is rough-surfaced because it is dirty.
sapsap1sapsápCebv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- accsapsapónv be scraped, be trimmed, be cut back, be lopped off, be pruned, be shavedSapsapon mo an mga buko san kawayan.Scrape-off the nodes of-the bamboo.sapsáponn something to be scraped offmasarapsápadj rough, coarse, uneven, bumpy surface. Referring to a surfaceMasarapsap an iya panit.Her skin is rough.antmalinissmoothsynsapnot
sapsap2sápsapCebn slipmouth fishsyndaguldulanslipmouth fishLeiognathus spp
saputisapútiv [c2] MAG- actmagsapútiv slur speech, talk hurriedly, do sloppy work, do carelessly
sara1saráv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- accmagsaráv closesarahónv close somethingPwede mo sarahon ini sin plaster.You can-close it with adhesive-tape.sarahánv close upDili pagsarahan an samad antes na malinisan ini.Do-not close-up the wound before cleaning it.masarahánv cover overMaghimo sin matibay na salog para masarahan an buho.Make a strong floor to-cover-over the hole.
sara2sáràCebv [c8] MAG-ag; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- accmagsáràv strain something, filter. Usually refers to liquidNagasara siya san tuba.He is-straining the coconut-wine.sarâann strainerDaraha didi an saraan.Bring the strainer here.
sarabsarábn singe hair, singe feathers. Refers to singeing hair or feathers over fire
sarabotsarabótn agreementmagsarabótv agree, reach an agreementcfsabot
saragatesaragáteadj unruly, disobedient. Refers to someone frequently needing correctingsynsarawayonunruly, mischievous
saragolsarágoladj mixedSaragol an inda mga gamit.Their utensils are-mixed.synsarakotmixed
sarakotadj mixed
sarakyanpl. ofsakyansomething to ride
sarangsárangCebv [c6] MAG- ag; -ON pat; I- accsarángonv spread out. Refers to spreading out things such as firewood to drySarangon mo an kahoy agod magmara.Spread-out the firewood so-that it will-dry.
sarapsárapn small fish net. Used for shallow waterNagbakal sinda sin sarap.They bought a fish-net-for-shallow-water.magpansárapv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN loc; I- acc; MAGPAN- ag. net, fish with a net Refers to using a small fish net to repetitively net fishNagapansarap sinda sin lukon.They are-netting prawns.
sarawayonadj unruly, mischievous
saraysárayv [c6] MAG- ag; -ON pat; I- accisárayv safeguard, keep secure, hideIsaray mo ini'n silhig.Hide this broom.sarayánn hiding place, safe box, safeDili ko aram an sarayan san iya kwarta.I do not know the hiding-place of her money.parasaráyn keeper, custodian, wardenSiya an parasaray san akon alahas.She is the keeper of my jewels.synhimos tago hide
sardinassardínasSpn sardine, herring
sari-sarisari-sárìadj varied, diverse, wide-ranging, assortedSari-sari an inda tinda.Their merchandise is varied.Variantsadi-sadi varied
saribosaríbov [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- accsaribúhonv 1sprinkle, spraySaribuhon mo an tinanom.You sprinkle the plants.2splash water onSaribuhon mo an kalayo.Splash-water-on the fire.pagsaríbon wateringAn imo pagsaribo san tanom kada duha ka adlaw.Your watering of-the plants is every two days.synsaboy budbod sprinkledilig mabunyagsprinkle