v. urge, egg someone into doing something bad. Gisulsúlan sa mga iyaan ang mga bátà sa pagpasúkul sa ílang inaína, The children’s aunts incited them into rebelling against their stepmother; n. urgings, incitement.
n. a match in cockfights; v. for there to be a cockfight match. Ug magsultáda ug bayinti sa hápun, dì na hínay ang tárì, If there are twenty matches in the afternoon, cockfighting is doing all right. sultadur n. handler who releases fighting cocks in a match.
n. sultan, the name given the chief of some Muslim groups.
n. a sultan’s wife.
v. 1. tell, speak. Way láin nga makagsulti báhin níya kun dílì ang amahan, No one can say that about him but the father. Sultían ku pa siya ug musugut ba, I still have to tell him to see if he would agree. Ayaw nag isulti níya! Don’t tell him that! 1a. talk something over together. Dúnay makigsulti nímu sa tilipunu, someone wants to talk to you on the telephone. Sultíun (sultíhun) nátù ni. Dì ta mistil maglális, Let’s talk this out. We don’t have to fight. Gipanagsultíhan pa námù ang nahitabù, We are still discussing the events. Gipakigsultíhan mu na ba siya? Have you gone to see him to talk it over? Gikasulti ku na si Pápa, I’ve already talked it over with Dad; 2. utter something, speak. Makasulti na ang ákung anak, My daughter knows how to talk; 3. deliver a speech. Maáyu musulti tung kandidatúha, That candidate speaks quite well; n. 1. word of caution or advice. Usa ka sulti hustu na, One word is enough; 2. thing said as news, gossip. Unsa man nang sulti nga nabátì ku nga wà ka na mutunghà? What is that talk I hear that you are not attending classes? 3. speech or talk delivered. Daghang nakasaway sa ímung sulti, A lot of people criticized your speech. sultisulti v. chat, converse. Nagsultisulti mi báhin sa ámung gradwisyun nga umaábut, We are conversing about our forthcoming graduation; n. gossip, rumor. Mga sultisulti nà nga dílì katuhúan kay gíkan sa mga tabian, That is gossip not worth believing because it originates from the gossipmongers. paN- v. 1. circulate gossip or news. Ikaw may nanulti ánang tabía, You were the one who spread that gossip; 2. speak in a certain way. Sakit kaáyu siya nga manulti, He speaks in a very hurting way. sultiánay, sultihánay v. have a conversation; n. conversation.
n. subject of conversation. Ang nahitabù nahímung sultiánan sa mga táwu, What happened became a subject of conversation for the people. hinultihun a. talkative. Dì siya hinultihun ug dì pa níya sinátì ang táwu, He doesn’t say much if he does not know the person well; v. be, become talkative. ka- n. person with whom one is talking. sinultihan n. manner of speech, language. panultihun, sultihúnun n. 1. saying, proverb; 2. thing usually said or spoken. Kanang mga pulúnga mauy panultihun ug táwung buangbuang, That is the kind of thing crazy people say.
n. canned salted beans; v. have salted beans for food.