amgo

Cebuano

know



dunggab

Cebuano

stab


gunung

Cebuano

n. kind of small bolo about 12″ long with an even outward-curved cutting edge and an equally even outward-curved top edge coming to a point at the tip.


hingpit

Cebuano

adj. complete


hukaw

Cebuano

see hukal, v1; n.; a.


kapan-usan

Cebuano

n. evening star, said to be so called because it disappears and by the time it returns its food has become spoiled (napan-us).


kaskas

Cebuano

v. uproot vines to clear an area. Kaskása ang kamutihan, Clear off the sweet potato patch.


koles

Cebuano

cauliflower


kwadra

Cebuano

barn


labaw

Cebuano

outdo


lagdù

Cebuano

n. droplets. Gagmayng lagdù nga namilit sa kadahúnan, Small droplets that stuck to the leaves; v. form droplets, fall in droplets. Milagdù ang ákung mga lúhà sa ákung kaapíngan, My tears formed droplets on my cheeks.


lamaw

Cebuano

coconut drink


lutung

Cebuano

a. for fruits to be very ripe, almost overripe; v. be, become very ripe. Mas lamì kan-un ang nangkà kun malutung na, Jackfruit is most delicious to eat when it is very ripe.


naunhan

Cebuano

v. go ahead (of)


v. pump


pagpangayo

Cebuano

v. ask


pakul

Cebuano

n. name given to good-sized triggerfishes with a larger mouth than the pugut.


sukod

Cebuano

size


talaba

Cebuano

oyster


tanod

Cebuano

thread


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