siruåna
Herb doctor; witch doctor (female). Also siruånu (male). Also suruhåna.
siruånu
Herb doctor; witch doctor (male). Also siruåna (female). Also suruhånu.
siråsime'
Oil (for frying); salad oil; cooking oil. (Saipan) (Primary stress is on the 2nd syllable)
sis
Because. Alternate form of sa'.
sisenta
Sixty.
sisenta I unu
Sixty-one.
sisi
Rip; split; tear off; saw.
sisi'ok
Type of fish--family holocentridae. Squirrel fish.
sisitan
Aggravate (sore or wonds); to make worse a sore or wound.
siso'
See-saw; teeter-totter.
sistema
Systema; arrangement; systematize; orderly; method.
sita
Cite; summon; send for; serve with a writ.
sitbiente
Servant; person employed in domestic duties; person in the service of another. Also setbente.
sitenta
Seventy.
sitenta I unu
Seventy-one.
sitio
Site; place; lot (of land); location.
sitkulu
Circle. (Primary stress is on the first syllable)
sitron
Type of plant--citrus medica. Pomelo.
situåsion
Situation; circumstance; predicament; condition.
sitåra
Sitar; a musical instument from India.
sitåsion
Citation; summons; official call or notice.
siudå
City; metropolis; town. Also siudåt. (Primary stress is on the last syllable)
siudådånu
Citizen; citizenship; resident of a state.
siudåt
City; metropolis; town. Also siudå. (Primary stress is on the last syllable)
siya
Seat; chair.
siyan kåbåyu
Saddle.
siyan måchukan
Rocking chair.
siåkåsu
Perhaps; in case.
siåmo'
Type of chicken--resembling red pyle game. (Saipan)
siña
Can; be able; may; might; probable.
siña buente
Maybe; possible; perhaps.
siña ha'
Maybe; perhaps; it's possible.
siñåla
Mark; to mark a place such as where something is to be planted or attached.
siñåt
Sign; mark; token; omen; symptom. (Primary stress is on the first syllable)
skerosu
Fetish for cleanliness; afraid of being dirty or contaminated. Also åskerosu.
skuiyi
Type of brush--made from coconut husk, used for scrubbing or polishing.
slait
Slide; sliding board.
slungai
School (fish); whales--pod of; be in abundance. (Saipan) Also pupon.
so'hon
Staggering; stumbling; jerking; about to stop; about to fall; growling (of a dog); barking (of a dog)--when after a prey. Also sohon, so'on.
so'on
Staggering; stumbling; jaerking; about to stop; about to fall; growling (of a dog); barking (of a dog)--when after a prey. Also sohon, so'hon.

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