sana [sanâ](dial. var.banranan; dial. var.banran) vTo implicate somebody in a misdeed; to blame somebody; to suspect; to accuse somebody of doing something, usually without proof; to point finger at.bintangAya gipangsana kung waya ka ra it ebidensya.Don’t accuse somebody if you got no evidence.syn: habla, akusar, banran. (sem. domains: 126.96.36.199.1 - Blame.)
sanag [sánag]nA fee paid to local spirit healers.bayadIngtaw-an si Berit it sanag nak dos pesos ni Ciany sa paghilot nida kay Claire.Berit was given two pesos fee by Ciany when she massaged Claire.
sanay [sánay](dial. var.bag-er) 11.1adjAdjusted to; accustomed to; used to.1.2vbtTo be used to; to accustomed to.sanayNasanayey ako sa isra.I’m used to fish.Nasanayan nako nak magbaktas.I’m used to hiking.22.1adjFluent; well trained in something; skilled.2.2vtTo practice; to train somebody to do something.Nagsasanay ako it ako kantahon para sa kontest.I’m practicing my song I’ll sing for the contest.Ako kag nagsanay sa ida magyuto it Amerikanong pagkaon.I’m the one who trained her to cook American food.Asanayon it maestra kag mga anak magkanta it kali.The children will be trained by the teachers to sing this.
sang-at₁ [sáng-at2]1adjPlaced higher up.2nPlace where things are put on.3vbtTo put up higher on something; hang up (e.g hang up a basket on a nail, put one’s leg up on a chair, put something on a higher shelf).sukbitMahirap magsang-at it mabug-at sa mataas nak butangan.It’s hard to put heavy things up in a high place.Nakasang-at sa ida ingkoran kag ida siki pagnagkakaon.He puts his feet up on the chair while he was eating.Nalimutan nakong isang-at kag basket sa lansang.I forgot to put the basket up on the nail.
sang-at₂ [sáng-at2](irreg. infl.sangat₂) vTo pull the bowstring, rubber tight (as of aiming a harpoon, fishspear,arrow).Waya pa yaki nida nasang-at kag ida pana bag-o magpairayom sa tubi.You mean he hadn’t pulled the rubber tight on his fish spear before going under the water.
sang-ayon [sang-áyon]vbtTo agree that something is true.sang-ayonNagsang-ayon si Mayor sa ida mga tawuhan nak dapatey sinrang tas-an it sweldo.Mayor agreed with his employees’ proposal that they should be given a raise.syn: sugot, sumpa₂, sunduan, promisa 1, tugot.
sang-it [sáng-it]1viTo become caught on something; to snag.sangitNagsangit kag ilisi sa bato.The propeller got snagged on the rocks.2vtTo hang something, attach something to something, such as hanging something on a nail or peg.sabitIsangit nako kag ako isra sili sa lansang.I’ll hang my fish here on this nail.
sanga₂ [sangá]n1Branch of a tree.(sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree.) 2Tributary, delta, of a river .Karamo nak sanga-sanga kag sapa kada pay rali ikaw mayaag.The river has lots of tributaries so you can easily lose your way.(sem. domains: 188.8.131.52 - River.)
sangab [sángab]vTo get tangled, caught up with some part of a bicycle, motorbike (as of one’s clothes, thongs, legs).nadaliNasangab si Eba pag-angkas sa honda.Eba got tangled up in the spokes of the wheel when riding pillion on the motorbike.
sangat₁ [sángat](irreg. infl.sang-at2) vTo pull the bowstring tight (as of aiming a harpoon, fishspear, arrow).
sanggit [sanggít]vTo snatch prey especially of birds, flying witches.dagitKag isiw it manok ay gingsanggit it kwago.The hen’s chicks were snatched by the hawk.
sanggot [sánggot]1nCurved knife, hand scythe, used in tuba (coconut wine) gathering to cut the coconut flower; sickle used in harvesting rice.(sem. domains: 184.108.40.206 - Plant product.) 2staTo be cut by such a knife.hiwaNasanggot si Tang Igo itahapon.Uncle Igo was cut by the knife for gathering tuba yesterday.(sem. domains: 220.127.116.11 - Plant product.) 3vtTo cut the coconut flower, or rice, with such a knife.Asangguton ni Tang Igo kag buyak it nidog agor matuyo kag tuba.Uncle Igo will cut the coconut flower with the knife so that the coconut nectar (wine) can drip out.(sem. domains: 18.104.22.168 - Plant product.) der.sanggutan