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Short Grammar

Dialect Dictionary: "S"

sÓlema measure unit of around 100 Kg.
sartÓnia pan
saucýccia sausage
sbacÓre to empty
scammarýre to tidy up, to eliminate useless things
scammatˇra tool to make fresh cheese
scÓnda branch
scannat¨ru knife with long and sharp blade
scapolÓre to finish work, to end your workday
scapotÓre to seek
scarpýni elegant shoes
scazzecÓre to bring back sheeps to pasture
scimÓrro pick
sc˛lla triangular shawl
scˇppÓre when something spills out from a recipient
scugnÓre to clean the grain of rye from its skin
scuriÓzzu cowshed, stable
sdangÓre to hit with a stick, to beat
sdÚllogicÓre to say meaningless things
sdÚllongÓre to spread
sÚa saw
sÚcena rye
sgalÚmÓto thirsty
siccŔtta bucket
sýcciu milk bucket
sˇccio equal
sˇlÓgna area exposed to sun
sˇremo father-in-law
spalÚpitriÓto laid down
spaliÓre to spread
spaparottÓre to crush
sparaf¨nnu precipice
sparpagliˇne bat
spÓrra tissue put on the head to transport things
sperÓre to incline something which is too vertical, such as a ladder
spicanÓrdo lavender
spirdiziÓre to loose, to leave alone
sprÚcat¨ro precipice
stÚrrÓre take away cow waste from cowshed
stýgliu doorpost
stýpu piece of furniture for food or stowels
strafocÓre to suffocate
strangˇnŔra plastic sheet to wrap boots not to make water penetrate inside
strÓole agricultural tool
strÚgnere to tighten, to press
strÚppa sterile cow
strizzÓre to squirt
strˇccÓre to tear, to make apart
strˇngˇne big saw with two handles
struppýccio core of apple
stufat¨ro big, high pot to boil meet
suppÚgna barrack, hut
s¨ru alone
susciat¨ru tool to blow air into the fireplace to revive the fire
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