Browse Vernacular - English

a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
n
ng
o
p
r
s
t
u
w
y

s


solirassolírasSpn joist, cross-beam, spar, truss
solusyonsolusyónSpn solution, resolution, answer, explanation, clarification, result. Refers to solutions of problemscfsolbar
sopasópaEngn couch, sofa, settee, divan, chaise lounge
sorbitissorbítisSpn ice cream, frozen cream dessertMalas-ay an inda sorbitis.Their ice-cream is bland.parasorbítisn ice cream vendorMag-abang ka sin parasorbitis.You watch-for an ice-cream-vendor.magsorbítisv [c8] MAG- act; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- acc. make ice creamMagsorbitis ka buwas.You make-ice-cream tomorrow.
sorsisórsiSpv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN ben; I- accmagsórsiv darn, mend, sew, stitch. Refers to sewing
sosidadsosidádSpn society, civilization, culture, social orderIgwa ba kita sin mahimayaon na sosidad?Do we have a blissful society?
sostinirsostinírSpv [c7] MAKA- act; -AN goal; I- accmakasostinírv able to endureDili na ako makasostinir sa init san adlaw.I can no-longer endure the heat of-the sun.
sosyosósyoSpn business, commercial activityNano an iyo sosyo?What is your business?cfhanapbuhay occupationpangabuhayansource of incomekasósyon business partner, business associate, investment partnerWara ako sin kasosyo.I do-not-have any business-partner.magsósyov [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- acc. form a corporation, incorporateMagsosyo kita sin pamakal sin baka.Lets form-a-corporation for buying cattle.
stambayv loiter
su-sosú-sòadj MA-masú-sòadj frequent, close intervals, recurrent, numerous, repeated, regularMasu-so an iya hakay.His yawning was-at-close-intervals.antpatalágsadinfrequentsu-sùánv [c7] MAG- ag; -AN pat; I- acc. dip something up and down, dip in and out of somethingGinasu-suan ko an yamit sa tubig.I-am dipping the cloth in-and-out of-the water.
suagsùágv [c4] MAG- ag; -ON pat.magsùágv gore, spear, pierce, run through, rampaging. Refers to goring by animals with hornsNagkatiriko an pahayhay san agihan san nagasuag na karabaw.The rice-field-walls were-bent by-the passing of-the rampaging water-buffalo.sùagónv MAG-, MAKA- act; -ON pat. something be gored.Sinuag siya san karabaw.He was-gored by-the water-buffalo.
suaysûayn argumentsurûayn argumentsNadugay an inda suruay.Their arguments lasted-a-long-time.magsûayv [c6] MAG- act; -ON pat; I- acc. argue, disagree, quarrel, dispute, squabbleDili ka sa akon magsuay.Do-not argue-with me.cfsuhay sùáyonv be arguingDili mo ako suayon san akon gusto.Do-not be-arguing-with me about-what I want.parasûayn arguer, debater, quarrelerSi Pedro parasuay.Pedro is an arguer.parapakisûayadj fond of arguing, argumentative, quarrelsome, belligerentSi Celso parapakisuay.Celso is fond-of-arguing.
subasubân river, stream, waterwayNahubasan an suba.The river was-dried-up.synsalog2river
subaksúbakv [c7] MAG- ag; -AN goal; I- patmagsúbakv flavor with somethingNagasubak siya san baguong.She is-flavoring with-the fish-paste.subákanv be flavoredSubakan mo sin pakas an utan.Let the vegetable be-flavored-with dried-fish.isúbakv flavor somethingIsubak mo an pakas.You flavor the dried-fish.
subang1súbangBklv MAG- actmagsúbangv [c2] rise of sun/moon. The root of this verb can occur without affixation with the meaning of a completed, past, action. Refers exclusively to rising of sun or moonSubang na an adlaw.The sun has already risen.synbitlak sunrisesirak shining shine
subang2subángn elderMagasirbe an subang sa manghod.The elder will-serve the younger.adj eldestDidi gin-anak niya an iya subang na lalaki.Here she gave-birth-to her eldest son.
subaskosubáskon water spout, squall, sea tornadoNaabutan kami san subasko sa lawod.We were-overtaken by a squall at sea.magsubáskov [c5] MAG- act; -ON pat; -AN loc. become a storm, become a tempest, become a squall, become a galeDali kamo kay basi magsubasko.You-all hurry-up because it might be-a-storm-here-at-sea.
subastasubástaSpn auctioned property. Refers to property one took a risk to get at a lower price
subaybaysubáybayTagv [c7] MAG- ag; -AN goal; I- accsubaybáyanv keep under surveillance, observe, watchGinasubaybayan ninda an mga makawat.They are-keeping the thieves under-surveillance.pagsubáybayn surveillance, observation, scrutinyWara sin nahimuan an iya pagsubaybay san mga pirata.His surveillance of-the pirates accomplished nothing.
sublatsúblatn bedbug. Refers to a wingless blood-sucking bug sometimes infecting houses and especially beds and feeding on human bloodKinaragat sinda san sublat.They were-bitten by-a bedbug.Cimex lectulariussublátanadj bedbugy. Characterized by having plenty of bedbugsSublatan ini na balay.This house is bedbugy.
sublisublîv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- accmagsublîv change, replace, exchange, swap, switchNagsubli siya sa pwisto ko sa opisina.He replaced me-in my position in-the office.synbalyo pagsublîn replacement, substitutionAn pagsubli san mayor dili pirmaninti.The replacement of-the mayor is not permanent.
subolsúbolv [c6] MAG- ag; -ON pat; I- accsubúlonv be sent away, be banished, be exiled, be evicted, be ordered, be commandedSubulon mo ina na matamad.Send-away that lazy one.Dili mo siya subulon pagpangawat.Do not order him to-steal.synsugo commandpagsúboln sending awayAn iya pagsubol san iya anak dili makatarungan.His sending-away of his daughter is not justifiable.
subrasúbraSpadj plentiful, more than enough, excessiveSubra an amon pagkaon.Our food is more-than-enough.Variantmagsúbrav [c4] MAG- exp; -ON pat. exceed, surpassNagasubra an inda pagkaon.Their food exceeds-their-need.
subresúbreSpn envelopeIsulod an surat sa subre.Insert the letter into-the envelope.
sud-ongsúd-ongCebv [c6] MAG- ag; -ON pat; I- accsud-úngonv look intently, stare, glare, ogle, gaze, gape, gawkDili mo ako sud-ungon sin matarom.Do not stare at me sharply.sinúd-ongn stareMakahulugan an iya sinud-ong.His stare is meaningful.Variantpagsud-ong