conjLike; s.t. is like s.t. else (comparative).like (s.t. else)Bangsā miyaˈan kolol badjuˈin gey ku mabayaˈ.If the color of the blouse is like that I don’t want it.Bangsānakanak iyan luwal nāring, hāp pe kaˈam hap lumaˈ.If that child is always crying like that, it is better if you go home.Pagsā miyaˈan ne siye gaˈ tasaˈutku si lumaˈ, magtawus ne ku paturul si siye.When (it was like that) I no longer reached them at the house I immediately followed them.kuweˈsā inggesāˈingge
advHow (lit. like which), in what manner.2
prepThe previous..., the one before; the next..., the one following (of days, weeks, months, years).The sā is used in speech referring to time relative to the reported time.previous (day, week, etc.); following (day, week, etc.)Haplumaˈdukamisā sumuhin.We went home the next day.Happīku si lumaˈde sā ensiniˈ miyaˈan, ine kew sā diˈilew patahalaˈden.I went there earlier (that day) - and wouldn’t you know it - they had left the previous day.