sīn

nMoney; centavo, small change under one peso.money; change, small (money); buy off s.o.; pay to induce to unlawful activityEkkasīnne.He has much money.Urunganun ku siyampūˈ sīn.Give me ninety centavos.sinsilyupilak2
vsinīn-sīnTo have money.Sinīn-sīndahuˈiyekuweˈitupeggeˈbehu magpabelli kopras.He has money now because he recently sold copra.
vmagsīn-sīnTo spend money (often unnecessarily).Basagiye magtarabahu peggeˈ sinna iye magsīn-sīn.He works hard because he likes to spend money.Nakanak iyan luwal kabayaˈannen magsīn-sīn.That child just wants to spend money.
vkasīnanTo pay money (to induce to do an unlawful thing), buy off s.o.Puˈunne mapatey aˈa miyaˈan peggeˈ kasīnan iye.The reason that he killed that person is because he was paid.Ekka motohan iye peggeˈ ekka kasīnanne.Many voted for him because he paid money to many.Gey niggew meˈ pulisin bang kasīnan.The policemen don’t apprehend (people) if they are paid money.

anak sīn

nInterest (for money loaned or borrowed).interest (of money)De ngibu limempūˈ anak sīnnen dembulan.For one thousand he has to pay fifty pesos interest in one month.

SAYINGS IF ONE ASKS FOR MONEY OR WANTS TO REFUSE TO GIVE

Subey niyaˈ peppikte.One should have wings.Bang niyaˈ luˈu para si higad-higad.If there is any there for the edge.Gaˈ niyaˈ empe buliˈku.I have no padding for my behind.Bang siˈ kite engkohan...If we had a tail...Tiyaˈ ku tukung.Here I am bald.Sārun siˈ bang humadjad subey peggeˈ tiyaˈ kumissup...One would if one could throw it out... but because one is tight....