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sintirsíntirSpv [c2] MAG- exp; MA-..-AN goalmagsíntirv offend, insult, rub the wrong way, upsetNagsintir siya kay wara ko balusi an iya surat.He was-offended because I did-not respond-to his letter.
sintrosíntroSpn center, central part, middle, hub, heart, core, main point. Refers to the central part of somethingMasbate an sintro san barita.Masbate is the center of-the news.syntunga1 Variant
sintumassíntumasn symptom, warning sign, indication, indicatorIni an mga sintomas san nagabudos.These-are the symptoms of-one-who is-conceiving.
sinubongsinúbongn gold alloy. Especially with reference to jewelry
sinyalsinyálSpn sign, signal, indication, indicator, hintIni sinyal na an tag-uran halapit na.This-is-a sign that the rainy-season is now near.sinyálanv [c7] MAG- act; -AN goal; I- acc. make a sign, give a hint, give an indicationSinyalan mo an imo papil.You make-a-sign-on your paper.syntanda sign
sinyassinyásn sign. Refers to signs or signals made with body movementsAn inda sabatan dara an senyasan.Their answer was-made-with signs.
sinyorsinyórSpterm of address master, lord, sirSinyor, adi na ako.Master, I am here now.synamo1masteragaronmaster
siot1sìótn leaf, twig, grass
siot2sîotadj MA-masîotadj crowded, congested, packed packed full, teeming, swarming, jam-packedMasiot ini na lugar.This place is crowded.synsamok magsîotv [c2] MAG- act. become crowded, become congested, become packed fullNagasiot an aton lunsod.Our town is-becoming-crowded.
sip-onsíp-onn head cold, mucus, phlegmMay sip-on ako.I have-a cold.cfhapo1tiredsynplemaphlegmbadlophlegmsip-únonv [c14] -ON pat. catch a cold, contract a coldGinasip-on si Miraflor.Miraflor is-catching-a-cold.cfkughad
sipasipân 1kick, bootsynsikad1 kick2kick ball gamesipàónv [c4] MAG- ag; -ON pat. be kicked, be bootedSipaon mo siya sa tiil.Kick him on-the leg.
siparasipárav [c2] MAGPA- actmagpasipárav 1mock, insult, treat with contempt, rejectWara sin nagpasipara san imo anak.No one mocked your child.2intrude, presume, do without consent or authority
siphidsíphidn soft broom. This is made from the tangbo plantsynsamhodbroomiskuba cleaning brushsilhig broom
sipisípin fruit cluster, hand of bananas, bunch of bananas
sipilyosipílyoSpn toothbrushHain an imo sipilyo?Where is your toothbrush?magsipílyov [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- acc. brush teeth, scrub teethSiguruhon na magsipilyo san ngipon sin mayumok na sipilyo.Be-sure to-brush the teeth with a soft toothbrush.sipilyúhanv teeth be brushed. Refers to using a toothbrush to clean teethSipilyuhan mo an imo ngipon.Let your teeth be-brushed by-you.
sipit1sipítCebv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- accsipitánv elbow carry, carry in the crook of the elbowSinipitan ni Juan si Maria.Juan carried Maria in-the-crook-of his elbow.cfdara thing broughtbitbit suknong
sipit2sípitv [c3] MAG- act; -AN goal/loc. insert temporarily. As, for example, inserting a bookmark between the pages of a book. Also used in slang with reference to the female vaginasynsingitspace between enclosing sidessalipit
siplatsíplatn glance, glimpsesynsalip-at
sipngasipngáv [c2] MAG- actmagsipngáv exhale, blow mucus from the nose
sipolsipóln kitchen knife, butcher knife,pocket knifeAn pag-uslot san iya sipol an nahadlukan san daraga.The protrusion of his kitchen-knife is what frightened the marriagable-girl.synkutsilyo table knifemagsipólv [c4] MAG- ag; -ON pat. use a kitchen knife
sipultarirosipultaríroSpn sepulcher, tomb, mausoleum, burial crypt, grave
sira1sirâadj damaged, destroyed, ruinedDamo sinda sin sira na tila.They have-a-lot of damaged cloth.n rotten thingsmasirâv [c8] MAG- act; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- acc; MA- exp. break down, damage, destroy, ruinNasira an inda sarakyan.Their vehicle is-broken-down.synruba destroyraot destroy
sira2siráSp; Spn door, shutter. Refers to anything that can be used to cover over an openingRaot an amon sira.Our door/shutter is destroyed.sirahónv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- acc; MAKA- act. be closed, be shut. Refers to a door, lid, window, etc.Sirahon mo an pwertahan sin maayo.Close the door very-well.sirahánv close over, cover overPirme sirahan an buho kun dili ginagamit.Always close-over the hole when not using-it.makasiráv can shut, can closeAn bato nakasira sa lubungan.The stone can-close-off the tomb.sirádoadj closed, shut
sirâv [c8] damage
siraksírakn shining, glowing, gleamingAn sirak san adlaw adto man gayod an tama sa akon.The shining of-the sun really was there right on me.magsírakv [c2] shine, glow, gleam, glimmer, glisten, sparkle; MAG- act; PA-..-AN goal. shine. Refers to things like the sun, moon, lightsynpawa bitlak sunrisepasirákanv [c14] PA-..-AN pat. be shined atPasirakan mo san ispat an iya mata.Let her eyes be-shined-at by-the flashlight.pagsírakn shiningUruadlaw an pagsirak san adlaw.The shining of-the sun is daily.synsirang shining