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sapoy-sapoy [sapoy-sápoy] (der. of sapoy) v 1To keep crossing, passing eachother (as of people walking different directions across a street). (sem. domains: 4.2.1.3 - Meet together.) 2To keep happening close together (as of fast breaths). (sem. domains: 8.4.8.1 - Quick.)
sapoy-sapoy kag hingab [sápoy-sápoy kag hingáb] (comp. of sapoy, hingab) adv Gasping, panting for breath; fast breathing; to be hyperventilating (as of taking fast, close shallow breaths, often with some noise). [lit: close-close breath] naninikip ang paghinga Naghihingab sapoy-sapoyey sida tong nag-abot kag doktor. He was already gasping for breath when the doctor arrived. (sem. domains: 8.4.8.1 - Quick, 2.2.1 - Breathe, breath, 2.3.2.3 - Types of sounds.)
saprak [saprák] n Spouse. asawa Palainom baga tong ida saprak. Her spouse is an alcoholic. [Vulgar term] syn: asawa.
saprok [sáprok] vt To roll, swell specifically of waves. hampas Ingsaprok sinra it abang ragko nak bayor kada nagkuyob kag inra baroto. Big waves rolled over their boat so they sank.
saprukan it hangin [saprúkan it hángin] n Wind (open at). hampas ng hangin
sapsap₁ [sápsap] vbt To cut excess and shape for a purpose (as of sharpening fence poles, cutting steps in coconut tree, sharpening a pencil point). sapsap Sapsapi pa kinang kuray it maisot agor tamang-tama nak gador kag taas. Cut away the top of the fence so it will be just tall enough. syn: kadis. (sem. domains: 8.1.4.3 - Decrease.)
sapsap₂ [sápsap] n Fish species; Red fin Ponyfish. (sem. domains: 1.6.1.5 - Fish.)
sapupo [sapúpo] v 1To catch prevent, lower someone gently as they fall. To assist, strengthen, hold someone as they walk. (sem. domains: 4.3.4 - Do good to, 4.3.4.2 - Help.) 2To assist, strengthen, hold someone as they walk. (sem. domains: 4.3.4.2 - Help.)
sapya [sápya] adj Rough. gaspáng Buko pa tapos kinang lamesa dahil masapya pa kag liwas. The table is not finished yet because the outer surface is still rough. (sem. domains: 2.3.5.1 - Comfortable.)
sar-sar [sar-sar] v To end, dock, go ashore in a place where journey ends as of a jeep or boat. (sem. domains: 8.6.7 - End, point.)
sara₁ [sará] (irreg. infl. sira) vbt To close something such as a door or window. sara Ingsarhan nako kag hagran sa ako kwarto. I closed the door of my room. (sem. domains: 7.3.6.1 - Shut, close.)
sara₂ [sára] irreg. infl. of sira
sarang [sárang] v To be helpless; to be pennyless; to be unable to help. kaya, kakayahan Waya ako’t sarang ikabulig sa imo pagpaopera dahil tama yang sa amo kag ako kita. I am pennyless this time so I can’t help in your operation because my income is just enough for us.
sarat [sarát] adj Flat nose. pango Nagpamaoy sa ida kag ida anak nak sarat it ilong. His child inherited his flat nose.
sari-sari [sari-sárì] adj Different, various, mixed. ibat-iba Kada paskwa karamo kang makikita nak lantern nak sari-sari it korte. Every Christmas season you can see many lanterns with different shapes.
sarili₁ [saríli] 1pro Self; himself; yourselves etc (as of the reflexive pronoun). sarili Asing siday nagbibisaya sa ida sarili? Why is she talking to herself? 2adj Own (possession). saríli Kali ay ako sariling prohekto. This is my own project. comp. bahalaey sinra sa inra sariling kabuhi , comp. di sariling mundo , comp. hardin it sariling rila , comp. ibutang sa sarili , comp. maayam magraya it sarili
sarili₂ [saríli] id. nawagit sa sarili
sariling rila [saríling rílà] n Native tongue, language. sariling dila Kaling arayan ay kaunaunahang punla it kag nagsuyat sa hardin it sariling, rila. This study text is the first attempt in the garden of the native tongue.
sarinlab [sarínlab] n A kind of seashell; a mussel (about 1 1/2inches across).
sarok₁ [sarók] n Shell sp., Sweet Limpet. [p27] Acmaeidae saccharina Linne (Abbott). (sem. domains: 1.6.1.9 - Small animals.)
sarok₂ [sarók] n Wide brimmed woven hat with ties used for working in the sun. salakot Nagsoksok it sarok tong mangunguma bag-o mag-arado. The farmer put on a wide brimmed hat before plowing the field. (sem. domains: 5.3.3 - Traditional clothing.)
saroy [saróy] n Hoe. asarol
sarsa [sársa] n Gravy. sársa
sarsar₁ [sársar] n Extremely. (sem. domains: 9.3 - Very.)
sarsar₂ [sársar] (dial. var. sadsaran) v To become grounded on something (as of a boat); to run aground on sand, rock. To run a boat onto the shore. sadsad, sayad Nagsarsar kag ida baroto sa pampang. His boat went aground on the shore. (sem. domains: 7.2.4.2 - Travel by water.)