saang [sa-áng]nShell species, Common Spider Conch, which has a big cover that must be removed before eating. [p47] Lambis lambis L. (Abbott)(sem. domains: 188.8.131.52 - Small animals.)
sab-a₁ [sáb-a]nsaging[It is rich in carbohydrate. Deficient in calcium and phosphorus and only fair in iron, fair or good sources of vitamin A, fair sources of vitamin B, and good sources of vitamin C. The flowering inflorescence or bud of saba vriety is used as a boiled vegetable, with dressing very good as salad. Fibers from the sheathing leafstalks are used extensively in making shirts for men. The leaves are used for polishing floors, for lining pots when rice is cooked, for lining baskets, for wrapping various articles sold in markets and shops.] Musa Paradisiaca(sem. domains: 184.108.40.206.2 - Food from fruit.)
sab-it₁ [sáb-it]nThong strap; buckle of one’s sandals.swelasNagtibaw tong anak dahil kag sab-it it ida tsinelas ay nautoy.Her child cried because the strap of her thongs was broken.
sab-it₂ [sáb-it]11.1adjHanging over something.1.2nObject on which something hangs.1.3vbtTo hang on, over something (which uses one pivotal point that prevents the object falling e.g. hanging clothes or pictures on a nail, hooking up the side of a curtain over a nail, hang a bundle over one’s shoulder, putting a garland around somebody’s neck).sabitNagsab-it sida it yamit sa lansang.She hung the clothes on the nail.Sab-it nida kag binagtong sa abaga.The bundle hung over her shoulder.Ingsab-itan it garland kag bisita.She hung the garland on the visitor.[Imperatives] 22.1nPlace where something get’s caught.2.2vbtTo accidentally get caught on; accidentally hung up on (as of a ball landing on the roof and staying there, somebody falling and getting caught on a branch).Aya giyukso sabaling magsab-it ikaw sa sanga.Don’t jump, you might accidentally get caught on the branch.Ingsab-itan kag kuyongan it bola.The ball accidentally got caught up on the roof.33.1nTowel rail, rack.Papa hariin katong ato sab-itan hali it pamahiran?Papa where is the towel rail that was here?
sab-itan₂ [sab-ítan]vTo pin money on bride and groom by ones in-laws, relatives the night before, at the wedding (it also shows the relative’s wealth!).sabit-sabitanTong gab-i bag-o sinra kasayon ay nagpabayli para magsab-itan.The night before the wedding they had a dance in order to have pinning of money on bride and groom by ones relatives.
sabado de gloria [Sábado de Glória]nGlorious Saturday; Easter Saturday.Sábado de Gloria
sabag [sábag]vtTo fry or roast something dry (or with only a little oil, while stirring occasionally e.g. peanuts, rice, grated coconuts, corn - dry foods); roast.sangagAsabagon nako kaling paig para sa ako pamahaw.I’ll fry this left-over rice for my breakfast.Asabagan ka nako it mani.I will roast the peanuts for you.(sem. domains: 220.127.116.11 - Cooking methods.) der.sinabag₁
sabagay [sabágay]partPerhaps; if; because; the reason is; maybe (shows uncertainty).sabágayKung sabagay waya ra ako’t masyadong awat kada mabubuligan ka nako it pagyuto.Anyway I don’t have any other work yet so I’ll be able to help you in cooking.Sabagay waya ra ako’t utang nak buot sa kandidatong kina kada indi ra ako nida mapabuto.Maybe I won’t vote for that candidate because I have no debt of gratitude to him.Si Raul ag Maria ay nagpakasay it sinra yang, sabagay sa idadey ra sinra.Raul and Maria got married just by themselves perhaps because they are old enough.Ingparaya nako kang Bob kag suyat sabagay kilaya ra nida si Judy.I send the letter to Judy thru Bob, anyway, he knew her too.syn: tutal₂. id.kung sabagay₁
sabak [sábak]11.1adjPregnant.1.2viTo become pregnant.1.3vtTo impregnate.buntís; nagdádalang-táo22.1vTo conceive and carry a child to birth.buntis33.1vbtTo puff out the sails of a boat.hipanIngsasabakan it hangin kag yadag.The mind is puffing out the sail of a boat.der.ingsasabak
sabaling₁ [sabáling](irreg. infl.kada sabaling₂; irreg. infl.baling₁) conjSince... perhaps; something might happen therefore (on the grounds that something might happen a conclusion is drawn [as of grounds-conclusion relations]).baka…kayaSabaling indiey magbalik sida kada ida inaparaya kag ida mga suyat sa Maynila.She might not come back since she had her letters sent to Manila.(sem. domains: 18.104.22.168 - Basis, 9.2.5 - Conjunctions.)
sabang₁ [sabáng]partMight be; maybe.baka sakali, bakaMapauliey ako nak sabang inghahanapey ako sa amo.I’m going home now for they might be looking for me at home.Sabang indi ikaw makabakay it karne kung isag ka pa napa-merkado.You might not be able to buy meat if you go to the market later.sim: abat 1, sabaling₂.
sabang₂ [sabáng]nSector of jackfruit.sabangKaragko it sabang kag hinog ninrang yangka.The sector of their ripe jackfruits are big.
sabang₃ [sabáng]nQuarter of the flesh of a fruit (as of jackfruit, orange).Karagko kag sabang it hinog nak yangka.The ripe jackfruit have large of quarters.
sabat [sabát]1nAn answer to something.Syn: angal. (sem. domains: 22.214.171.124.1 - Answer.) 2adjAnswering person; answers back; talks back.sagot(sem. domains: 126.96.36.199.1 - Answer.) 3vtTo answer; to respond.Waya gisasabat katong anak sa ako dahil nahuda.That child doesn’t answer me because he’s ashamed.Mapangutana ako ag sabaton ninro.I’ll ask a question and you answer it.Aya gisabat sa imo nanay!Don’t talk back to your mother!(sem. domains: 188.8.131.52 - Speak with others.) 4adjTalking back to one’s elders; keep answering back, talking; insolent.sagotMasabat kag ida anak sa eskwela kada permi nabibisar-an it maestra.In school his child keeps on talking back to his teacher so he’s always scolded.syn: labanan. (sem. domains: 184.108.40.206.1 - Answer.) der.masabat, der.panabat₂, der.panabat₃, der.sabtanan
sabaw [sabáw]1nSoup; broth.syn: yauda 2. (sem. domains: 5.2.3 - Types of food.) 2vbtTo make, add liquid to make soup (the meduim used in water). JuicysabáwAsabawon nako kag tubi sa isra.I will use the water to make soup for the fish.Asabawan nako kag isra.I will make soup with the fish.Asabawan nako kag kan-on it anak.I will add soup to the child’s rice.[this method of cooking is never used for rice, and more likely for meat, chicken, fish.] (sem. domains: 5.2.3 - Types of food.) comp.sabaw it butong, der.masabaw
sabaw it butong [sabáw it butóng](comp. ofsabaw, butong₂) nYoung coconut water, juice (as of the refreshing liquid in the young coconut). [lit: soup of young-coconut][This has good medicinal qualities. If carefully withdrawn or prepared it is sterile enough to use as an Intravenous fluid. It is a very good rehydration fluid that helps with diarrhea, as well as a medicine to cure urinary tract infections.] (sem. domains: 220.127.116.11.1 - Growing coconuts, 18.104.22.168 - Beverage.)
sabid [sabíd]nA red, itchy rash caused by a spirit.
sabila nSource of aloes, often called bitter or Barbados aloes. Used as a cure for burns, bruises and prevent baldness.sabilaAloe Vera