silensio
Silence; quiet; hush; be silent; shut up; hold your tongue.
silindro
Cylinder.
silisiu
Vestment--priests'.
silok
Visit excessively; visit someone else often enough to become a nuisance; mooch food; to eat someone else's food; referes to birds that eat freshly sown seeds; bothersome.
silåba
Syllable. (Primary stress on the first syllable)
simbålu
Cymbal. (Primary stress is on the first syllable)
simbålu
Symbol. (Primary stress is on the first syllable)
simenterera
Farmer; peasant; one who works on the farm (female).
simentereru
Farmer; peasant; one who works on the farm (male).
simenteyu
Cemetery; burial ground; churchyard. Also simenteyu.
simento
Cement.
simetrikåt
Symmetrical. (Primary stress is on the last syllable)
simiento
Foundation; cement.
siminåriu
Seminarian; one who studies for priesthood.
simiya
Seed; progeny; seedling; bud; any propagative portion of a plant.
simpeng
Brand new; new (article). (Saipan)
simåna
Week.
simåna sånta
Holy week.
sin
Without; except; not; excluding; bare.
sin
Tin; corrugated metal used for roofing; roof; zinc.
sin enao
Notwithstanding; regardless.
sin laso'
Without pants; partly naked male person without any clothes on from the waist down. (Saipan)
sin mågågu
Naked; without clothes.
sin påråt
Incessently; without stopping; persistently. (Primary stress of påråt is on the last syllable)
sina'pet
Exhaustion; toilsome; torture; agony of mind or body.
sinagu
A person suffering from influenza; one who has influenza.
sinague'
Protection; guard.
sinahguan
Contents.
sinahi
Crescent moon.
Sinajaña
Village in central Guam. Pronounced Sinåhåña.
sinamomu
Type of plant--lawsonia intermis. A type of flower.
sinangan
Statement; speech; recitation; narrative; quotation; passage from some author or speaker; story.
sinantusan
Saint; holy person; believer; pietist; religious.
sinaolak
Spanking; whipping.
Sinapalu
Name for a place on Rota where the airfield is located.
sinasålåguan
Fiendish; hellish.
sindogga
Barefoot; go barefoot. Litterally: without shoes.
sindålu
Soldier; warrior.
sine'se'
Thrust; stab.
sine'so'
Copra; coconut meat (ripe)--taken from its shell.

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