sakristan [sakrístan]nThe man or boy who attends to the inside of a church.sakrístan
sakro [sákro]1staTo brush against something; to jostle; to knock over by jostling or bumping against; to trip by catching ones foot on something; stumble; stub one’s foot/toe.patídNasakro kag ako damot sa sig-ang ag napaso.My hand brushed against the cooking stones and was burned.syn: sangko 1, tapi₂ 1, sangko 2, saplir, tapi₂ 2. 2viNagsakro sida sa ugat it kahoy nak nagyuyuaw.She tripped on the root of the tree that was protruding.3vtTo intensionally bump or jostle somebody/something.Tong ingsakro ako nida, nabuhian kag itlog.When she bumped me, the eggs dropped.
saksak₁ [sáksak]vbtTo plug in a piece of electrical equipment into an electrical outlet.saksakIsaksak anay nimo kag kompyuter bag-o abrihan.Plug the computer in first before turning it on.syn: songsong 3. (sem. domains: 18.104.22.168 - Put in, 22.214.171.124 - Working with electricity.) der.saksakan
saksak₂ [sáksak]vtTo chop something into small cube like pieces (such as meat, jackfruit, papaya, etc).saksakIngsaksak nida kag yangka nak autanon.She chopped into small pieces the yangka that will be cooked.
saksi ni jovah [Sáksi ni Jóvah]nJehovah’s Witnesses (as of the religious sect).Saksi ni Jovah[This is viewed as an heretical sect arising out of Christianity.] (sem. domains: 126.96.36.199 - Christianity.)
sakyan [sákyan](der. ofsakay) 1n1.1vtTo be under the influence, power of an evil spirit, usually causing one to act insanely and to do harmful thing. (lit. to have the evil spirit riding on ones back).syn: sanib. 2nVehicle.
sakyas [sakyás]vTo lunge, go for throat of somebody especially of a dog.sakmal
sakyat [sákyat]adjTo climb upon something high as of a child, or dog puts front paws up on something like a table.(sem. domains: 188.8.131.52 - Move up.)
sal-i [sál-i]nSubstitute (as of a person).kahaliliSi Gigi kag sal-i ni Thel sa pagtudlo sa ika-ruhang grado.Gigi is the substitute for Thel in teaching pupils in grade two.
sal-ing [sál-ing]nBird with a black body and red head.
sal-ipan [sal-ípan]viTo swallow the wrong-way.Nasal-ipan sida pagguya habang puno kag yuba.She swallowed the wrong-way when she laughed with her mouth full of food.
sala₁ [salâ]1adjFault; error; wrong; sin.2viTo commit sin, or error.sálaNakasala sida sa ako.She committed a sin against me.der.kasal-anan
salad [sálad]11.1nVegetable dish (i.e. leafy vegetables boiled in water).1.2vbtTo boil leafy vegetables quickly (in water to which flavouring foods like garlic can be added and water is drained off).saladNagsalad ako it mga tangkong.I boiled the leafy greens in water.[Green leafy vegetables e.g. cabbage (repolyo), vegetable tops (usbor), leaves (rahon), chinese cabbage (pitsay) are boiled then flavoured with garlic (bawang), tomatoes (kamatis), citrus (suwa, arangha), soy sauce (toyo), vinegar (suka), onions (sibuyas), salt (asin).] 22.1nFruit salad (made with macaroni, mayonnaise and sometimes chicken).
salakay₁ [salákay]vtTo invade; to attack an opponent, enemy in his territory.salakayIngsalakay it mga rebelde tong kampo it mga sundalo.The rebels attacked the camp of the soldiers.[Bantay salakay is an expression meaning that the person asked to guard the house goes ahead and steals the things from it.]
salakay₂ [salákay]vTo go out into battle; to go out to fight, war.Kag mga Pilistinhon ay nagsalakay sa mga Israelita.The Philistines went out into battle against the Israelites.
salakot [salakót]nDance by couples with a hat (kayo) with wide, woven brim as prop for the woman.(sem. domains: 4.2.4 - Dance.)