sa'ūyu2vSomething is memorized by someone.nasa'ūyu'Imaw lang 'ina' nga tula' 'ang nasa'ūyu ku.That which was able to be memorized by me was only that poem.Pirmi lang nga numiru 'ang ginasa'ūyu; 'indi' na ka'intindi ning trabāhu diri sa suyud nang bayay.Numbers only are what are being memorized [by him]; he is no longer able to pay attention to the works here inside the house.Sa'uyūhun ni Mayla 'ang 'iya hambay sa prugram pāra 'indi' siya malīmut.Her speech which she will deliver at the program will be memorized by Mayla in order that she will not forget [it].
sab'ana saba cooking banana plant or fruitMusa sapientum var. compressaCommonly eaten either boiled or fried.specpyasab'ahangenpyasab'ahan
sab'itvRelatives of a bride and groom ritually pin money onto their clothing.nagasab'itPag waya' na ning nagasab'it ning kwarta sa manga bag'ung kasay, sinda hay naga'īlis na ning bāru.When there is nobody who is still ritually pinning money onto [the clothes of] the newlywed couple, they then change their [wedding] clothes.nasasab'itNang natāpus na 'ang sunāta, ginbu'uy 'ang manga kwarta nga nasasab'it sa 'inda bāru' kag ginbīlang.When the music was finished, the money that was able to be ritually pinned on their clothes was gotten and was counted.
sab'ungvSomeone hangs something high above the head.gingsab'ungGingsab'ung ni Migil 'ang 'iya baskit sa langsang.His basket was hung high by Miguel on a nail.nakasab'ungvSomething is hung high above the head by someone.Gingkāwat 'ang kwarta ni Santu sa bulsa nang 'iya sayway nga nakasab'ung sa dingding.The money of Santo was stolen from the pocket of his trousers which [he] happened to hang high on the wall.
SabadunSaturday'Ang katapusan ni 'Irning hay sa Sabadu.Erning's tenth day of being deceased was on Saturday.'adlaw nang Sabadu1advon a SaturdayNasayūran nang magūyang nga si 'Inrīku 'ang mapapangasāwa nang prinsīsa kag 'adlaw nangSabadu 'ang 'inda kasay.[It] was known by the old man that Enrico would really become the spouse of the princess and their wedding would be on aSaturday.2vSaturday arrives.Hay kundi' hay 'imaw na 'adtu maSabadu, malarga na 'ang bapur.Saturday has arrived already, [so] the boat will leave.pagkaSabaduti advafter or upon the arrival of SaturdayPagkaSabadu nang gab'i, manga 'alas sayis nang gab'i, yāra' na 'ang manga magūyang ni Taylu.Upon the arrival of Saturday evening, about six o'clock in the evening, the parents of Taylo were already there.Sabadu DigluryanBlack Saturday, preceding Easter Sunday Dumingu DigluryaLittle or no activity outside the home is accomplished this day; traditionally people stay at home.
sābagvSomething is fried or roasted in a frying pan by someone.nasābagKung nasābag mu na 'ang mani, pwīdi mu na 'ini nga ka'ūnun.If you have been able to roast the peanuts already, it is then alright that you will eat them.sabāgunKung limpyu na 'ang putut pwīdi mu na 'ini nga 'ibaligya', humanun nga dayuk kundi' man hay sabāgun.When the pond-field shrimp are already clean it is acceptable that they will be sold by you, will be made into salted shrimp or will be roasted.sinābagnroasted foodKa'āyu da nga siru'un 'ang sinābag nga putut hay nagapuyapuya lang sa pinggan.It is nice to look at roasted pond-field shrimp when [they] become red in a dish.
sabāgayadvA particular action occurs or state exists; anyway, it doesn't matter because of another action or state.'Ang ginata'u lang gāni' 'ina' ni Mamay hay tigdus singkwinta lang gāni' 'ina' hasta gid matāpus 'ang simāna. Sabāgay da, 'adtu nang 'ūna, barātu pa 'adtu 'ang manga balakyānun.What was given by Mother was only two [pesos and] fifty [centavos] a week. Anyway, at that time, purchase items were still cheap.syntutalThe statement following sabāgay is intended to explain why what has just been said is not a problem.
sabat2na dyed buri strip, used in making a design on a mat banig'Īmu na 'ini nang buli likīrun pāra masunud nga 'adlaw pwīdi ka na makalīlas ning sabat nga puti'.You can now roll these buri [strips] so that the next day you can then strip white dyed buri strips.Sabātan mu naman liwat nga parīhu da nang 'adtung sabat mu sa primīru pāra pagtābu' nang manga sabat sa tunga'tūnga' nang 'īmu banig hay pariparīhu gid.Weave [dyed buri strips] again the same as your first design so that when the dyed buri strips meet in the middle of your mat they are exactly the same.na mat design, made by weaving dyed buri strips into a weavingKung 'īmu 'ini lakutlakūtun 'ang kulur, magalā'in 'ang kulur nang 'īmu tinīna' nga buli, kag kalā'in 'ang sabat nang 'īmu banig.If you mix up the colors, the color of your dyed buri [strips] becomes bad, and [the color of] the design of your mat is also bad.Kung waya' da 'ini ning sabat hay 'indi' da pagbakyun nang miyugpamākay ning banig.If there is no design, the commercial mat buyers will not buy [the mats].nmagsābatvDyed buri strips are woven by someone into a mat.Sa pagtaytay ginabīlang 'ina' kung pila ka lilas bāgu ka magsābat.At the beginning [of weaving] it is counted as to how many buri strips [are woven] before you weave dyed buri strips.sābat1gersomeone's weaving of dyed buri strips into a matPagkatāpus mu ning sābat sa primīru, madūgang naman 'ikaw ning lāya.Upon your completing the weaving of dyed buri strips [into a mat] at the beginning, you will then add to the weaving.2vSomeone weaves dyed buri strips into a mat.sabātanSabātan mu naman liwat nga parīhu da nang 'adtung sabat mu sa primīru.Dyed buri strips should be woven [into the mat] by you which are the same as that first decoration of yours.
sabat1gerSomeone said,... (lit., someone's saying)Used as a formula for direct quotations. For indirect quotations, see hambay 1.'Ang sabat ni Lulīta, "Mas ma'āyu pa gāni' baya 'ang magsarili 'aku paglūtu'."Lolita said (lit., The saying of Lolita [was]), "It is probably better for me to be alone in cooking."'Ang sabat ku naman sa 'ākun panugāngan, "Sin'ung mangasāwa sa 'ākun? Sayud ninda nga 'aku, hay may 'asāwa na."I said to my parent-in-law, "Who would court me? They know that, as for me, [I] already have a husband."cfbalīta' balīta' balīta' ginabalita'anginsalaysayhambayhambayhambayhambayhambayapagsiling, siling pagtinawagan2salaysaysalaysaysalaysaysalaysaysilingsilingsilingsilingtawagtawagtawagtawagvSomeone answers someone else, or talks back to someone elsein an insolent manner.magsabat1infto answer or to talk back to someoneNa'ahatan si Līlay magsabat sa 'iya ning hū'u.Lilay was forced to answer yes to her [father].2Abilitative negative with kasabat.'Indi' magsabat nang prisyu kay ginahuyat pa 'adtung kapitan nga mahuman nang kasulatan.[He] will not answer [about] the price because that village head is being waited for who will make a written agreement.Waya' kasabat si Suylu sa 'iya tatay.Zoilo was not able to answer to his father.nagasabatSarīli ku gāni' nga 'unga' hay waya' nagasabat sa 'ākun.Really my own son does not talk back to me.nagsabat, sumabat'Ang hambay ku, "Ma'āyu nga hāpun!" Tapus, nagsabat da si Nīna sa 'ākun nga "Dāyun!"I said, "Good afternoon!" Then Nena answered me, "Come in!"Sumabat si Birtu sa 'ākun nga "Ginapasāyud ta 'ikaw nga si Bīni hay patay na."Berto answered me "You are being informed by me that Benny has already died."nakasabatNakasabat si Tasya ning "Hū'u" nang nabati'an niya 'ang 'uligham nang 'iya tatay sa sākup nang simbāhan.Tacia was able toanswer "Yes" when she heard the voice of her father inside the church.pagsabatgersomeone's answering or talking back'Adtu nga dā'an sa 'iya pagsabat nga hū'u, nakatilaw siya ning tampūyung sa 'iya tatay.At that time of her answering yes, she experienced a slap from her father.
sabawnbroth of boiled meats, rice, vegetables; flavored liquid (savory or unsavory) derived from a food,from mature coconutsKanāmit 'ang sabur nang karni kag nang sabaw labi na gid kung 'ang paglūtu' hay la'ūya nga manuk.The flavor of the meat and the broth are delicious especially when the cooking of the chicken is by boiling.'Ang sabaw nang niyug hay ginabahug sa bābuy; gāni' kung kami nagalūgit kadāmu' 'ang nagapangayu' sabaw nang niyug.Flavored liquid of [mature] coconuts is fed to pigs; that is the reason why when we make copra many are asking for the flavored liquid of [mature] coconuts.'Indi' 'ibutang 'ang sabaw sa butāngan, kag pagkatāpus takyuban ning ma'āyu.The flavored liquid [from the salt and fish] should not be put in the container, and then it should be covered well.cfsūpasFoods with broth or flavored liquids: sabaw nang butung flavored liquid of a young coconut, sabaw nang kinalāyu flavored liquid of cooked rice, sabaw nang la'ūya stew broth, sabaw nang niyug flavored liquid of a mature coconut, sabaw nang pinangat vinegar fish dish broth, sabaw nang tinūya seafood stew broth, sabaw nang 'adūbu flavored liquid of adobo, sabaw nang 'ūtan vegetable broth.nginasabawvA particular food is liquefied by someone.'Ang ginasabaw ni Lula sa 'iya kan'un hay sabaw nang tinūya.What is used by Grandmother to liquefy her rice is seafood stew broth.gingsabawKa'isut lang nga tūbi' 'ang gingsabaw ni Lus sa 'iya ginala'ga'.What was used by Luz to liquefy what was being boiled by her was a little water.gingsabawanGingsabawan ni Silya 'ang prītu nga 'isda'.The fried fish was liquefied by Selia.sabaw nga kapincoffee-flavored liquidButangi ning sabaw nga kapi 'ang 'īmu kan'un pāra madali' mu matuyun.Your rice should have coffee flavored liquid put into it so that it will be easy to be swallowed by you.sabaw nga ma'asin1na salty broth2vA liquid is used to liquefy a particular food.sabaw nga matam'isna sweet brothsabawanSabawan ku 'ang kamūti kay 'ākun laga'un.The sweet potatoes will be liquefied by me because [they] will be boiled by me.
sabdyikna class subject offered or taken at a school'Ang 'ākun gustu gid nga sabdyik hay 'ang Susyal 'Istādis.The class subject that I liked very much was Social Studies.sabdyikspl nclass subjects taken at a schoolHay 'ang hambay sa 'ākun ni mistir Balgūna hay 'aku kunu hay 'ibagsak niya sa manga sabdyiks.Mr. Balguna told me that I would be failed by him in the class subjects [under him].
sabidna spirit-induced sicknessNaghambay sa 'ākun 'ang 'ākun nanay nga "Day'a sa banwa kag 'ipasiru' sa miyugbūyung bāsi' kung may sabid."My mother said to me, "Take [him] to town and let [him] be examined at [the place of] the herbalist [to see] if there might be a spirit-induced sickness."