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saisenta [saisénta] nmrl Sixty. anim napu
saka₁ [sákà] 11.1vi To go up; to climb (up stairs; ladder); to come, go up or into a house. tumaás Igwa’t nagsaka sa pantaw tong nagkakatuyog pa ako. Someone came up on the porch while I was still sleeping. 1.2vt To take, carry something up; to raise something up. 22.1v To press legal charges. akyat der. sakaan
saka₂ [sákà] v 1To enter a house; to go up the stairs into a house. [Traditionally homes made of bamboo and other native materials were built 2-3 feet above the ground and there were a few steps to go in order to enter the home.] (sem. domains: 7.2.3.2 - Go.) 2To go upstairs; to ascend, climb stairs. (sem. domains: 7.2.2.4 - Move up.) 3To ascend. (sem. domains: 7.2.2.4 - Move up.) 4To intrude, enter a home uninvited. (sem. domains: 4.7.3 - Break the law, 4.3.1.1 - Bad, immoral.) der. pasaka , der. saka-saka
saka-saka [saka-saká] (der. of saka) n Snail that climb on mangroves very slimy. (sem. domains: 1.6.1.9 - Small animals.)
sakaan [sakaán] (der. of saka) n The way up to a place.
sakag₁ [sakág] irreg. infl. of sawayang
sakag₂ [sakág] (irreg. infl. sawayang) v To fish with long thin net in deeper water with either end held by one person. Gingsakag namo kag mga isra para amo mabaoy sa medyo marayom nak ragat. We fished for fish with a long thin net so we could get them from fairly deep water in the ocean. syn: sungya, sawayang 1.
sakang [sakáng] adj Bow-legged. sakang Kali ay kahadlok nak sa waya giaasahi ay bumuyhot kag mga sakang nak kaaway. This is fear because no one expected the bow-legged enemy to appear so unexpectedly.
sakar [sakár] 1adj To get one's moneyworth; to get the value of what one spent. (sem. domains: 6.8.4.7 - Spend.) 1.1vbt To recover ones business expenses or capital; to cover business expenses. sulit, bawi Nagsasakar ako it ako kalugihan. I recovered my losses. Masasakaran nako kag gastos it ako binta ngasing. I can recover my expenses with my sales now. Nagsasakar kag ako binta sa ako gastos. My sales recovered my expenses. 22.1sta To equal in worth. Waya nasakar it imo nakaon sa imo gingpamasahe. What you ate did not equal your fare.
sakay [sakáy] 1.1vbt To ride; get into/onto a vehicle; to load. sumakáy Nagsakay ako’t dyip pa-Balogo. I rode a jeepney to Balogo. Ipasakay nato ka mga bisiklita sa dyip dahil kahanrig roto sa Salingsling. We will have the bikes loaded onto the jeep because it’s so steep there at Salingsing. der. sakyan
sakim [sakím] adj Selfish; Self-centered. sakím Abang sakim ra kaliong tawo ay buko ra kato ida yaman. This man is so selfish when in fact its not his riches. syn: hakog 1, maismot, suyok, kagor 2, hangoy.
sakit [sakít] 1n Sickness; illness; disease; plague; epidemic (as of any type, level of sickness). sakít (sem. domains: 2.5.1 - Sick, 2.5.2 - Disease.) 2adj Painful. TAG (sem. domains: 2.5.6.1 - Pain.) comp. sakit sa bato , der. kasakit , der. kasakitan , der. masakiton
sakit sa bato [sakít sa bató] (comp. of sakit, bato) n Kidney trouble, disease. [lit: sickness in kidney] (sem. domains: 2.1.8 - Internal organs, 2.5.2 - Disease.)
saklay [sáklay] 1n Crutches. Naggamit sida it saklay para kag ida paki nak siki ay ida maipapanaw. She used crutches so that she can walk with her lame leg. 2vi To walk with crutches. saklay Nagsaklay sida agor indi sida matumba. He walked with crutches so he wouldn’t fall down.
sakli₁ [sáklì] vbt To replace; to substitute. sakli, palit Ingsaklian nida si Precy sa ida trabaho dahil inapilayey. She replaced Precy on her work because she’s already tired.
sakli₂ [saklî] n Substitute; replacement; stand-in. kapalit Si Nory kag sakli kang Mayne pag maghalin sa ida amo. Nory is the substitute for Mayne when she leaves her employer.
saklulo [saklúlo] vt To help somebody. saklolo Sakluluhi ra any ninro tong nasusunog nak anak. Will you please help the child who was caught in a fire.
sako [sáko] n Sack; to hold 25 gantang. Ingsuyor sa sako ni Emil kag ing-ihaw nak iro. Emil put the butchered dog in a sack. syn: kustal 2. (sem. domains: 6.2.6.4 - Store the harvest.)
sako-saki [sako-sakî] adj Always takes over; always wants to run, control something (but often with a bad result). dali-dali Agar maadoey kag timpla it icing it keyk ugaling ay sako-sako ka ra it girugangi pa nimo kitang abang dutaey. The icing mixture for the cake was just right but you had to take over and kept adding to it so now you see it’s very runny.
sakog [sakóg] n To mix different things together as of rice and corn (Banton). (sem. domains: 5.2.3.1 - Food from plants.)
sakong [sakóng] n Ankle. sakong Indi kasapatos si Delia dahil di ugar kag ida sakong. Delia can’t wear shoes because her ankle has a sore on it.
sakop₁ [sákop] irreg. infl. of ukop
sakop₂ [sákop] (dial. var. bilog; irreg. infl. ukop) 1adj To surround, encircle, enclose (sem. domains: 8.5.1.4 - Inside.) 1.1loc Inside (sem. domains: 8.5.1.4 - Inside.) 2v To submit. (sem. domains: 4.5.4.1 - Obey.) 2.1n A part, whole included within a specified time, space or authority. sa loob Nag-istar ako sa sakop it singko anyos sa Mindoro. I lived in Mindoro for five years. (sem. domains: 8.4.1 - Period of time.) 33.1vt To include; compose; to subjugate; to be under authority. Ingsakop it mga rebelde kag kabukiran sa Cagayan. The rebels subjugated the Cagayan mountains. Maramo kag ida sinakupan sa bayay. Those under his authority in the house are many. (sem. domains: 4.5.4 - Submit to authority.) 44.1v To encircle, surround cover with fishing net, cloth. Siguradoha nak kag imo abakyon nak mantel ay makakasakop sa ato lamesa. Make sure that the plastic tablecloth you buy will cover the table. (sem. domains: 6.4.2 - Trap, 6.4.5.1 - Fish with net.) id. sa sakop it..
sakramento [sakraménto] n Sacrament. sakraménto
sakripisyo [sakripísyo] vt To sacrifice oneself or something; to deny oneself something. sakripisyo Ingsakripisyo ni Abraham kag ida mataba ag puting karnero. Abraham sacrificed his fat, white sheep.