sangkil [sángkil]nChock, piece of wood, bamboo (as to separate split bamboo of a kuhil).baraIngbutangan nida it sangkil kag panguhil para makakuhil it bunga it mangga.He put a chock to hold the halves of the fruit gathering stick apart so as to be able to pick the fruit of the mango trees.
sangla [sánglà]vtto mortgage; to pawn something; to use as collateral when borrowing money.sanglaIngsangla nako kag ako kulintas tong naubusan ako it kwarta sa Manila.I pawned my necklace when I ran short of money in Manila.syn: prinda.
sanglay [sánglay]vbtTo partially cook sticky rice (ready to wrap in leaves and boil until completely cooked).sanglayBag-o puroson kag suman, inasanglay anay kali.Before wrapping the suman in leaves, it is partially cooked.[The first step in cooking rice cakes (suman) wrapped and cooked in coconut leaves. Consistency between dry (kinaydo) and creamy (yugaw) rice.] (sem. domains: 188.8.131.52.1 - Food from seeds.)
sanib [sánib]staTo be possessed by an evil spirit.sanibNasaniban sida it mayain nak ispirito pag tukar sa kayatian.He become possessed with an evil spirit when he went up to the forest.syn: sakyan 1.1.
sanipa₁ [sanípà]nMitered corner, join (as of forming the corners on a table, joining door jambs on the corners etc.).
sanray [sánray](irreg. infl.sanday) vTo put one’s legs, feet on somebody (as when sleeping together).sandalIndi ako mag-ubay sa ida dahil nagpapangsanray ay kabug-at kag ida siki.I won’t sleep with her because she puts her feet on me and her feet are heavy.
sanrayan [sanráyan]nA pillow used between or under the legs when sleeping.sandalan
sanrig [sánrig]1viTo lean against something.sandálNagpapasanrig kag yango sa kuray nak sabaling matumba sa pagpanaw.The drunk is leaning against the fence because he might fall over if he walks.syn: hilay-hilay 2, halintang 2. (sem. domains: 7.1.6 - Lean.) 2nStepladder, steps, stairs.hagdánsyn: hagranan. (sem. domains: 6.5.2 - Parts of a building, 184.108.40.206 - Floor, story.) der.pasanrig, der.sanrigan
sanrok [sánrok](irreg. infl.sandrok) 1nDish up portion of cooked food given, shared by somebody.(sem. domains: 220.127.116.11 - Give, donate, 18.104.22.168 - Serve food.) 2vtTo dish up, serve cooked food from a pot with a utensil (especially of meat and vegetable).magháinAsanrukon nako kag suya sa pinggan.I’ll dish up the viand onto the plate.syn: sukar. (sem. domains: 22.214.171.124 - Give, donate, 126.96.36.199 - Serve food.) 3vtTo dish up a portion, share of cooked food and give it to someone (as for them to take home and eat, or to have it sent to their home for them to eat).(sem. domains: 188.8.131.52 - Serve food.) 4vtTo each share, exchange a dish of cooked food with eachother.(sem. domains: 184.108.40.206 - Serve food.) der.isanrok, der.pagsanrok, der.pangsanrok, der.pasanrok
santa ana [Santa Ána]nHedge plant, flowering white, yellow or red; ixora.(sem. domains: 1.5.2 - Bush, shrub.)
santa-crusan [Santa-Crúsan]nMay 31 procession at the end of Flores de Mayo.
santoy₁ nTree species with sour yellow fruit. The seeds are large, and surrounded by translucent or pale, acid, edible pulp of good flavor. Peeled, and cooked in syrup makes a delicious preserve. It is fairly high in carbohydrates and fair in iron but deficient in calcium. It is a fair source of vitamins B and G. The fresh leaves applied to the skin are sudorific, and in decoction they are used for baths in cases of fever.santolSandoricum Koetjape(sem. domains: 1.5.1 - Tree, 220.127.116.11.2 - Food from fruit.)
santoy₂ [sántoy]nKind of fruit.santolNayuog si Meriel it busoy it santoy.Meriel got a “santoy” fruit seed caught in her throat.