he, she. Akù siyang igsúun, He is my brother. She is my sister. kanà, kini, kadtu — 1. him, her (used when speaking about someone, usually saying something unpleasant). Tabian nà siya, She is a gossip; 2. this, that thing. Kari siya indángan. Kanà siya mamsà, This is a surgeon fish. That is a crevally; 2a. that umm... (used when one can’t think of the name of something). Kanang instrumintu, kanà siyang ibángag sa puthaw gánì, That instrument, that thing they make holes in iron with, you know... siyasíya v. do something all by himself, herself. Way mitábang níya ug nagsiyasíya lang siya ug tuun, Nobody helped him out and he studied all by himself. níya 1. gen.: his, her. Ang libru níya, Her book; 2. dat., short for kaníya. kaníya dat.: him, her. Adtu kaníya ihátag, Give it to her. see also íya.
n. 1. in mahjong, a set of three consecutive pieces of the same design; 2. act of obtaining siyà; v. get siyà. — ditirminális a siyà which has a terminal (tirminális). — minay a winning hand which has one of each of the winds (bintus), dragons (drágun) and terminals (tirminális).
n. chair, seat; v. make into a chair.