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seguradoadv Variantsiguradosurely
sentensyan Variantsintinsya judgement
sentimosn Variantsintimoscentavo coin
serbesan Variantsirbisa2 beerVariantsirbisa1beer
serbisyoserbísyoSpn service, aid, assistanceMatahom an inda serbisyo.Their service is good.Variantsirbesyo
sesyonsésyonn session, meeting, conference, assemblycfsisyonsession
SetyembreSetyémbreSpn September. Refers to the 9th month of the year in the Gregorian calendarSa sunod na bulan Setyembre na.The next month will-be-September already.VariantSityimbri
sipart personal subject NP marker. Si marks personal subject nouns and is untranslateable into EnglishSi Juan matamad.Juan is lazy.
sibanghodsibánghodv [c14] PA-..-ANpasibanghúdanv be suspected, be assumed, be alleged, be supposedGinpasibanghudan siya na nangawat.He was-suspected-of having-stolen-something.
sibilsíbilSpadj civil
sibog1síbogCebv [c8] MAG- act; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- accmagsíbogv move backwardsAn mga tawo nagsibog sin dyutay.The people moved-back a bit.isíbogv moved back, be...Isibog mo an lamisa.Let the table back be-moved-back by-you.
sibog2síbogv [c5] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal/benmagsíbogv feast, banquet, eat, devourpasíbogn banquetAn gana may pasibog.The winner gets a-banquet.
sibotsibótadj busyPirme siya sibot.He is always busy.kasibútann busynesssibutónv MAG- ag; -ON pat; I- acc. hurry, rush, hastenDili mo ako sibuton.Do not hurry me.
sibubogsibúbogn mackerel. There are several varieties of mackerel. This refers to one about 8' to 10' long and mostly blackMagbakal ka sin isad ka kilo na sibubog.You buy a kilo of mackerel.parasibúbogmackerel vendor, mackerel sellerBantayi an parasibubog.Watch for the mackerel-vendor.
sibuyassibúyasSpn onionsNagbakal siya sin sibuyas sa merkado.He bought some onions at-the market.sibuyásanv [c7] MAG- ag; -AN goal; I- acc. add onions, mix onions into somethingSibuyasan mo an tinula.Add-onions-to the fish-stew.
sid-atsíd-atn glance, glimpse, quick look, fleeting look, momentary looksynsalip-at salipglancesud-ong
sidasídaSpn silkWara ako sin hilig sa sida.I have-no desire for silk.
SidonSídonn Sidon. The name of a town in ancient Lebanon
sidsidsídsidn hem, seam, closure, line of stitching, folded edge. Refers to the hem or seam of a dress or pantsNatastas an sidsid san iya bistida.The hem of her dress was-ripped-off.
sidtosídtodeictic prn of that (nearby), at that time. This pronoun substitutes for the Genitive sin marked noun phrases whose reference is distant in time or space from both the speaker and hearerNano kay nagaparaisip ka pa sidto na barumbado.Why are you still continually-thinking of-that irresponsible-one.
siga1sígaSpn flameMapula an siga san ilawan.The flame of-the lamp is red.sigáhanv [c7] MAG- ag; -AN goal/ben; I- acc; PA-..-ON pat. be ignited, be set on fireSigahan mo an kalayo.Let the fire be-ignited.synsindi
siga2sigân troublemaker, agitator, firebrand, rabble-rouser, pestsynparasawáytroublemaker
sigangsígangTagv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal/ben; I- accsigángonv be stewed, be simmered, be bubbledSigangon mo an karni.Let the meat be-stewed by-you.sinígangadj stewTagai kami sin sinigang na baka.Give us some beef stew.
sigarilyosigarílyoSpn cigaretteGinahatag namon an pagkaon, kwarta kag sigarilyo.The food, money and cigarettes, were-given by-us-excl.magsigarílyov [c2] MAG- act. smoke tobaccopagasigarílyon smokingIna lang na pagasigarilyo mo, dili ka angay sina.That smoking of-yours, you are not suited for-that.
sigaysígayn cowrie shellantbudyongconch shell