Browse Kankanaey - English
saThat, that one, near hearer. Set 1 Demonstratives
sáa1-om-1To go home.2i-To take home.Isáan din man-áni din págey.The harvesters take home the rice.antlímos
sáad1NounOriginal house site.Ay nanéng kayó sin sáad yo?Are you still at your original house site?2Active Verbi-To erect, build, of buildings or cities; to establish, as an official in a certain positionlIntóy pangisaádan da sin beéy?Where will they erect the house?Insáad na ay ári din mísmo ay anák na.He established his own son as king.See alsoámagam-ám 2at 2bógapasámakpikpík1sistíma3NounStatus, position, rank.Laydén yo ánggoy ay mangipababá en sak-én ay nangáto di sáad na.You only want to humble me whose position is high.4Nounka- + CVSituation, condition.Sapáy komá ta mayát di kasasáad yo ay sinpamílya.I hope that the situation of you and your family is good.
sáang-om-4, i-To set over the fire.anteng-át
saat-ík, sinat-ík1NounA little bit each; a little at a time.Ólay mo saat-ík di kanén da, adí omanáy ta map-éng da.Even though they eat only a little each, it won't be enough for them to all get some.Man-inóm kas sinat-ík ay tápey.Drink rice beer a little at a time.2Active VerbTo do, give a little each; a little at a time.-en + CVC
sábagJungle fowl (Gallus gallus).spectítit
sabálig1NounDrops blown by the wind.2Active Verbman-, i-To be blown on something or in something, of rain.Insabálig din dagém din odán.The wind blew in the rain.3Stative verbma...anTo get wet from wind-driven rain, of things in a sheltered place, as firewood close to house.
sábat-anTo hollow out, carve, as wooden bowl, feeding trough, irrigation pipe.See alsogangngaánkaót 3kaposántokong 4liyánglóbok 2lókawlóngog 2loskóósokponpóntolíkaw
sab-ít1NounHook, projection.2Active Verb-om-2, -enTo hook, snag something, as thorns snag pants.Sinab-ít di pagát din pantalón ko.Thorns snagged my pants.3Active Verbi-To hang something on a hook.Las-ótem, kaánem sin naisab-ítana.Unhook it, remove it from where it was hung.antlas-ót
sabnóy-enTo forcibly cut or tear, leaving a jagged edge, as ripping a shirt, cutting meat w/ a notched blade (does not collocate with tearing paper).See alsogaledgédgaléled
sabó-an, i-To splash on, splash in on something, as waves into a boat.Wáda abéy dallóyon ay maisabsabón daidá.There were also waves splashing in on them.
sab-ó1NounStranger, foreigner.Sab-ó das na.They are strangers here.2Stative verbmai-To be a stranger, foreigner.
sab-óng-an, i-To add a small amount to a larger amount, as salt to food, one bag to a pile of bags.Din asín, say maisab-óng sin makán.Salt, that's what is added in small amounts to food.
sábong1NounOrnamental flower.2Active Verbmang-, -anTo pollinate a flower, as bees.En da sabóngan din bóngan di kapí.They will go pollinate the coffee blossoms.member of setilang-ílangpappáitSee alsobónga
sádag1-om-1, i-To lean against, lean something up against.Somádag ka en sak-én mo nabbáy ka.Lean against me if you are tired.Isádag mo din káiw sin sangsáng.Lean the wood against the vertical bank.See alsoabikkígegén2-om-3, -en, i-To position a corpse on a low platform with knees drawn up to chest and back against the wall; this is the customary position for bodies of high-status individuals during their funeral rites.Sadágen da din baknáng ay natéy.They position rich people who die on a low platform with their knees drawn up to their chests.See alsosangngádil
sádak-om-3, -en, i-To search, look for; to find.Ená isádak di gásat na.He is going to look for his fortune.See alsoánapbinbínsídiksiwáng 2
sad-áng1i-To hang over or up in something, as a kite caught in a tree, jacket flung over a fence post.Insad-áng nan bádo na ay nabasá sin alád.He hung his wet shirt over the fence.2To exhaust someone by letting him do all the work.Énggay isad-áng das in-iná da si kanén da.They will completely exhaust their mother with (getting) their food.See alsobítaybowáygaldáygenáw 1illéngkengíkesén2kiláladkóbikos-ótlówaógaolákispalá 2sebá 2semdékteláy 2yagéwyewyódongfig.
sadí1ExclamationShoo, for dogs.2Active Verb-enTo shoo, call off, of dogs, as when a visitor approaches the house.antnesSynonymhaysadíSee alsoáboayéddéde 2dendén 2dikdíkhoykibíkib 1kiw-ángkotíwtiwlas-ípaklínselégsokát 2sos
sadláy-anTo carry draped over or slung under one shoulder, of light objects, as a piece of clothing, coil of rope.specegén
sádong1NounKankanaey dance performed by a woman in conjunction with the táyaw; the dancer wears a blanket (kowábaw) wrapped around the body and keeps the hands pointed upward.2Active Verbmang-, i-To dance as above; to dance with a particular blanket or spirit.See alsodipádipsápo3sok-óbtadék 2takítaktáyaw
sadót1AdjectiveDepressing, tending to produce unhappiness or boredom, as an isolated spot.Kasasadót ay kamán peméwek.It's depressing, it's as if it's going to typhoon.ka- + CV (kasassadót)2Active VerbTo be sad; implies an extended period of time.man- + CVC3Active Verb-om-1To become bored, tire of.See alsoómapengá 24Stative verbma-To be lazy, have no interest in doing something.5Stative verbTo be sad, unhappy; implies a short duration of time.(masmasadót)6Stative verbTo be slightly unhappy.(masinnadót)