sari'sāri'adjThings are all different from each other.Kadāmu' klāsi 'ang tangkali' kag sari'sāri' da 'ang kulur.Kingfishers are of many kinds and the colors are all different.Sa pagkatāwu nang lapsag, sari'sāri' nga manga kagamitan 'ang ginabu'uy sa higdā'an nang lapsag.After the baby is born, all different things are put in the baby's crib.sari'sāri' kulur2Something is multi-colored.
sarīlinsomeone's bodyNakīta' mu 'ang 'īmu sarīli nga nagabāhuy.You saw that your body was becoming mature.Dāpat siru'un ninda kung 'āngay sa 'inda sarīli.They should look [to see] that [their dresses fit] nicely on their bodies.synka'ugalīngun ka'ugalīngun cfka'ugalīngun none's self'Ākun na'ubsirbahan sa 'ākun sarīli nang panahun nang gyīra talagang gūtum gidI experienced within myself that during wartime there is really famine.'Ikaw 'ang magadisisyun nang sarīli mu.You are the one to make the decision for yourself.cfmismu adjone's own possessionSarīli ku gāni' nga 'unga' hay waya' nagasabat sa 'ākun.Truly my own son does not talk back to me.Sa 'iba nga pamilya 'ang kāda 'isa hay 'igwa gid ning sarīli ninda nga bāsu.In some families each one has their own glass.cfka'ugalīngan
sarsansalsa, a spicy coconut mixture used as a side-dish foodKung tāpus mu na ning hālu' 'ang sarsa sa lusung, kag ma'āyu da 'ang 'īmu na pagkahālu' 'īmu naman tilawan kung tāma' lang 'ang timpla.If you are already finished mixing the salsa in the mortar, and your mixing is already thorough, you should taste [to see] if the flavor is right.'Ini 'ang 'uyang hay kanāmit gid 'ini nga ka'ūnun kung sarsa na.As for these brook shrimp they are very delicious to eat if they are already [made into] salsa.Made of fish 'isda', papaya kapāya or brook shrimp 'uyang and seasoned grated coconut kināyus.cfpinā'is18, Foods Made with Coconutginasarsa'Ini 'ang 'uyang hay ginasarsa.As for these brook shrimp they are made into salsa.magsarsavFish, papaya or shrimp is made into salsa by someone.Kung magsarsa ka, limpyuhan mu 'ānay 'ang lusung kag bayu.When you make salsa, first clean your mortar and pestle.niyug nga sarsāhun (niyug 2e)salsa coconut meatpanarsa2na salsa pestleThis pestle is about 20 cm. long and 4 cm. in diameter. It is used, with a half-coconut shell kabu'ak nga baguy to pound ingredients for making fish salsa sarsa nga 'isda'.sarsa nga 'isda' ('isda' 1e)va fish salsa dish; Someone makes salsa.nagsarsa made salsasarsa nga 'uyang ('uyang 1a)shrimp salsasarsa nga kapāya (kapāya 2b)papaya salsa
sarswīlavarsarsuylana stage play involving local artistssynkulukyuvSomeone participates in a stage play.makasarswīla'Ang hambay naman nang 'ākun panugāngan, "Pwīdi da kamu 'adtu kung kasay na kamu."My parent-in-law said, "You two will still be able to participate in a stage play when you are already married."
sarukna sun hatUsed esp. in past times for field work in the sun.
sasna sash pinned across the chest used for special occasions.
sasavDry or semi-dry palm leaves are stripped off from the fronds in making shingles.gingsasaGingsasa na ni Nāna 'Arsing 'ang manga nīpa' kay magūyang na.The nipa leaves were stripped off [from the fronds] by Aunt Arsing because they were already old.Dry or semi-dry nipa leaves are used for shingles pāwud.sasāhunadjdry or semi-dry palm fronds are ready for stripping in preparation for making shinglesSasāhun na 'ang manga nīpa' ni Tāta Sinti.The nipa [fronds] of Uncle Cente are now ready for stripping.sinasastripped off palm leaves used for making shinglesGingbutang ni Bilma 'ang 'iya manga sinasa sa kustal.Her stripped off palm leaves [for shingles] were put into a sack by Vilma.