"Sakit" is a word in WARAY, TAGALOG, ILOKANO, HILIGAYNON, CEBUANO

sakit ILOKANO
Definition:

n. sickness, illness, malady. adj. /NA-/ painful, sore, aching. /MA-/ sick, ill. v. /AG-/ to be sick or ill.

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sakit WARAY
Definition:

Sakit - ailment

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sakit TAGALOG
Definition:

sakit
Definition: see sakit1 see sakit2 see sakit3

sakit TAGALOG
Definition:

sakit3
Active Verb: sumakit
Definition: (verb) to ache; to be in pain; to be ill
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Notes:
Examples: Sumakit ang aking ulo nang marinig ko ang boses ni Josie. (My head ached when I heard Josie's voice.)

sakit TAGALOG
Definition:

sakit1
Definition: (noun) sickness; physical suffering; pain

sakit TAGALOG
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sakit2
Definition: (adj) /ma--/ painful

sakit CEBUANO
Definition:

sakit a {1} painful.
Sakit nga samad, A painful wound.
{2} hurting, causing wounded feelings.
Sakit kaáyung musulti si Pidru, Pedro speaks in a hurting way.
{3} violent death or way of dying.
Naimpas siya sa usa ka sakit nga kamatáyun, He ex-pired in a violent death.
n {1} physical pain.
Sakit nga dílì maagwanta, A pain that cant be endured.
Sakit sa tiyan, Stom-achache.
sa kalyu, pus-un, tíyan, tungà, túngul s.t.
that bothers one intensely (used sarcastically).
Sakit ba nà sa ákung kalyu ug dì ka pahulam?
What do I care if you dont lend me any (lit.
you think it hurts my corns)?
{1a} ache, emotional pain.
Ang sakit sa ákung kasingkásing, The ache in my heart.
{1b} sa buut hurt to ones pride or feelings.
Sakit sa ákung buut nang pagsaway mu nákù, It hurts my pride the way you criticized me.
{2} ail-ment, sickness.
Ang sakit mikaylap sa kabaryúhan, The disease spread through the countryside.
Sakit sa kasingkásing, Heart disease.
binulang menstruation.
sa babáyi {a} venereal disease.
{b} menstruation.
sa láwas injury.
Nagpakúsug siya sa íyang mutur kay nangítag sakit sa láwas, He rides fast on his motorcy-cle because he must want to get injured.
v {1} [A; ab4] become, make painful.
Nagsakit ba ang ímung tangu?
Does your tooth hurt?
Gisakitan kug maáyu, It hurts like hell.
ang dughan, kasingkásing [B46; b4] {a} be heartsick.
{b} be very harrassed.
Nagsakit ning ákung dughan pagpahílum ning mga bátà, I am going crazy trying to keep these children quiet.
{c} be deeply worried over s.t.
Nagsakit ang íyang dughan kay mikúyug ang íyang trátu ug láin, She is deeply worried because her boy friend went out with s.
o.
else.
{1c} ang kalyu, pus-un, tíyan, tungà, túngul v [A3P; b6] bother s.
o.
intensely (sarcastic usage).
{2} [AB1256] be, become ill.
{3} [b4] for plants to bear less because of damage.
Gisakitan ang agbáti nga gipanglabnut lang pag-pangúhà kay dúgay nga nangudlut, The leaves were not taken o?
carefully from the agbáti vine and it took it long to develop new buds.
sakitsakit v [B16] be sick now and then.
Mamalhin kami ug láing puy-anan kay kanúnay lang kung magsakitsakit (masakitsakit) dinhi, We have to move to another place, as I al-ways get sick here.
n miscellaneous diseases.
Sakitsakit sa pánit, Various skin ailments.
() v {1} [A13; a12] torture, inflict un-necessary pain.
Gisákit úsà patya, Tortured before being put to death.
{1a} [A; ac5] inflict emotional pain.
Gikasákit ku kanang ímung gibúhat, I was deeply o?
ended by what you did.
{1b} [A13; a12] ask insistently, as if torturing.
Ayaw ku sakíta sa ímung bálun, Stop nagging me for your spending money.
{1c} [A3; b6] for children to put up a crying fit.
Musákit na pud ning bátà kay kúlang ug tulug, The baby will put up a crying fit again because he didnt sleep long enough.
pa- v [b(1)] inflict several small cuts on the trunk of trees to make them bear more fruit.
pa-(), paka-() v [A13; b6] make sacrifices.
Magpakasákit ku arun mulampus ang ímung pagtuun, I will sacrifice to see you through your studies.
-in-() n martyr.
ka- n pain, physical or emotional.
ka-() n {1} crucifix.
mistiryu sa the Sorrowful Mystery of the Rosary.
{2} severe su?
ering.
-l-an() a {1} sus-ceptible to diseases.
Salakítan kaáyu búsà dì maáyu ang biyáhi pára nákù, I easily get sick so I shouldnt travel.
{2} infested with organisms that cause diseases.
Salakítan kaáyu ning dapíta kay sunaup, This place is infested with disease-giving organisms because it is low and dark.
ma-un n patient, an ill person.
v [A13] be, become gravely ill.
Magmasakitun ka ug magsígi kag kaguul, You will become gravely ill if you always worry.
paN- n pains, aches, characteristics of a sickness.
Kining banyúsa álang sa panakit sa labad sa úlu, This compound is for pains that accompany a headache.

sakit HILIGAYNON
Definition:

sákit - Grief, mental pain, mental
suffering, sadness, sorrow, woe, distress,
affliction; to grieve, be sad or in sorrow, be
sorry, pained or distressed. Nagakasákit
ang buút ko. I am grieved, pained. Ang
nasakítan ko gid (Ang nasakítan gid sang
ákon buút) amó ang——. What grieves me
most is——. What I am chiefly sorry for
is——. Ginakasakítan ko gid ang
kamatáyon sang ákon ilóy. I am very sad
on account of the death of my mother. Dílì
nímo igkasákit inâ. Don’t be distressed at
that. Dî mo pagpasakíton ang ímo mga
ginikánan. Don’t grieve your parents. Walâ

sakatehán – sáksi
gid níla pagigkasákit ang amó nga hitabâ.
They were not sorry at all for what
happened. (cf. subô, kághà, lisúd, sakít).

sakit CEBUANO
Definition:

sákit n socket for an electric light.
tayip nga tigib k.
o.
chisel in which the handle is set into a socket instead of having a tang.

sakit HILIGAYNON
Definition:

sakít - Bodily or physical pain, suffering,
ache, smart, twinge, twitch, gripe, hurt,
soreness, sting, torment, torture; to cause
pain, to pain, inflict pain, hurt, torment,
torture, rack. Sakitá siá. Let him—feel,—
smart for it. Nasakitán siá sang kusî
(kodót) ni Fuláno. He felt the pain when
N.N. pinched him. Indì mo siá pagsakitón
sing támà. Don’t give him too much pain.
Don’t beat him too much.

Few words of positivity

Sometimes a woman will look back on what she had, not because she wants to go there but to motivate her to do better.

Reuben " Mulah Truth " Holmes II

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Laugh your heart out.

There once was an accountant who lived her whole life without ever taking advantage of any of the people she worked for. In fact, she made sure that every job she did resulted in a win-win situation.One day while walking down the street she was tragically hit by a bus and she died. Her soul arrived up in heaven where she was met at the Pearly Gates by St. Peter himself."Welcome to Heaven," said St. Peter. "Before you get settled in though it seems we have a problem. You see, strangely enough, we've never once had an accountant make it this far and we're not really sure what to do with you.""No problem, just let me in." said the accountant. "Well, I'd like to, but I have higher orders. What we're going to do is let you have a day in Hell and a day in Heaven and then you can choose whichever one you want to spend an eternity in ." "Actually, I think I've made up my mind...I prefer to stay in Heaven" "Sorry, we have rules..."And with that St. Peter put the accountant in an elevator and it went down-down-down to hell. The doors opened and the accountant found herself stepping out onto the putting green of a beautiful golf course. In the distance was a country club and standing in front of her were all her friends - fellow accountants that she had worked with and they were all dressed in evening gowns and cheering for her.They ran up and kissed her on both cheeks and they talked about old times.They played an excellent round of golf and at night went to the country club where she enjoyed an excellent steak and lobster dinner. She met the Devil who was actually a really nice guy (kinda cute) and she had a great time telling jokes and dancing. The accountant was having such a good time that before she knew it, it was ti me to leave. Everybody shook her hand and waved goodbye as she got on the elevator.The elevator went up-up-up and opened back up at the Pearly Gates and found St. Peter waiting for her. "Now it's time to spend a day in heaven."So the accountant spent the next 24 hours lounging around on clouds and playing the harp and singing. She had a great time and before she knew it her 24 hours were up and St. Peter came and got her."So, you've spent a day in hell and you've spent a day in heaven. Now you must choose your eternity." The accountant paused for a second and then replied, "Well, I never thought I'd say this, I mean, Heaven has been really great and all, but I think I had a better time in Hell."So St. Peter escorted her to the elevator and again the accountant went down-down-down back to Hell. When the doors of the elevator opened she found herself standing in a desolate wasteland covered in garbage and filth. She saw her friends were dressed in rags and were picking up the garbage and putting it in sacks. The Devil came up to her and put his arm around her. "I don't understand," stammered the accountant, "Yesterday I was here and there was a golf course and a country club and we ate lobster and we danced and had a great time. Now all there is is a wasteland of garbage and all my friends look miserable." The Devil looked at her and smiled. "That's because yesterday you were a recruit, but today you're staff."--------------------------------------------------------------------------------An accountant applies for the position of Chief Financial Officer. There are a number of candidates and he is called in for an interview. They ask him a number of questions and one of the panel suddenly says "What is nine multiplied by four?"He thinks quickly and says "Thirty five." When the in terview is over he goes outside, takes out his calculator and finds the correct answer is not thirty five. He thinks "Well, I blew that" and goes home very disappointed.Next day he is rung up and told he has got the job. "Wonderful," he says, "but what about nine multiplied by four? My answer wasn't right""We know, but of all the candidates you came the closest."

abao HILIGAYNON

abáo - An expression of joy, surprise, astonishment, admiration, sorrow, grief and pain. Oh! Ah! Alas! Hurrah! Abáo, katahúm siní …

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abat CEBUANO

ábat v {1} [A; a1] feel with the hands, esp. to find s.t. out. Nag-ábat siya sa yáwi sa íyang …

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agoy HILIGAYNON

agóy - An exclamation of pain and suffering. Agóy, kasakít siníng hubág ko. Oh, dear me. Oh, the pain of …

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agu CEBUANO

agú exclamation of woe or pain: ouch! Agú! Kalisud sa way in-ahan, Woe, how di? cult it is to have …

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agum CEBUANO

águm v [B1256; b4(1)] {1} undergo a bitter or painful experi-ence. Naágum sa dakung kapildíhan ang lungsud adtung bagyúha, The …

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agung-ung CEBUANO

agung-ung v [A; b3] whine in a somewhat suppressed way, as in pain. Nakaagung-ung sa kasakit ang irù nga gibunálan, …

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agunguy CEBUANO

agúnguy n prolonged wail of grief or pain, any wailing-like sound. Agúnguy sa ambulansiya, The wail of the ambulance. v …

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agutnga CEBUANO

agutnga v [A; b6] emit a somewhat prolonged grunt as when one is lifting a heavy load or has su? …

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agut-ut CEBUANO

agut-ut a painful in a throbbing, gnawing way. v [B46; b4] be throbbingly painful. Nag-agut-ut ang ákung hubag, My boil …

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agwantado HILIGAYNON

agwantádo - (Sp. aguantádo) Robust, strong with great powers of resistance to fatigue, pain and stress; one who can stand …

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alagay CEBUANO

alagay v [A; b3] groan in pain. Nag-alagay siya sa kasakit, He groaned in pain.

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aligoto HILIGAYNON

aligotó - (H) Regret, grief or pain caused by the want or loss of something; to miss, regret, feel the …

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alipasa CEBUANO

alipasa v [B46; b4] for a child lying in bed to be restless due to discomfort, worry, etc. Ang bútud …

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ang CEBUANO

Ang ákù gud, ug mahibaw-an unyà, The thing that Im worried about is if he finds out. Misyágit. Tíaw mu …

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aprubar CEBUANO

aprubar v [A; b(1)] approve a request. Aprubahan ku lang ning hangyù, Ill just approve this request. aprubádu a {1} …

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bagaang CEBUANO

bagáang v [B1256] {1} feel a burning pain upon eating hot, spicy food. Nabagáang ku sa síli pagkáun nákug sálad, …

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bagrot HILIGAYNON

bágrot - To gnash one’s teeth, to grind the teeth, to strike or dash the teeth together in anger or …

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bagting CEBUANO

bagting n ringing noise. Ang bagting sa rilu nakapúkaw nákù, I was awakened by the alarm clock. dì kadungug, kabatì …

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bantil HILIGAYNON

bántil - To squeeze and twist, to compress and contort, to knead between the knuckles of the fore—and middle-finger; anything …

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ban-uk CEBUANO

ban-uk n sickness caused by a spirit of the woods (banwaá-nun) which intrudes sand, feathers, and hairs into the body. …

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