espiritu (sp. var. ispiritu) 1comm. spirit. Kon waday espiritun di babuy? Does a pig have a spirit? Cultural note: The traditional religious system involved a belief that animals had spirits. Animals were sacrificed during a religious ritual, and the spirits of the dead animals would then go to other worlds to provide for the spirits of gods, ancestors or dead relatives. Linnawa is the traditional word used to refer to the spirit of a person and to the spirit of an animal that is sacrificed. Sim: linnawa, alimadduwan. (sem. domains: 4.9.2 - Supernatural being.) 2prop. refers to the Spirit of God. Hay itanuttudu mi ya nalpuh nah Espiritun Apu Dios, kinali bokon hay kinalaing di taguy pundinolan mi, mu nah Espiritun Apu Dios an wadan ditakun mangulug. (I Corinth 2:12) What we are teaching comes from the Spirit of God, that’s why it is not the wisdom of a person that we are trusting, but instead it’s from the Spirit of God who is with us believers. Language Of Borrowing: Spanish.