anig-ig

Cebuano

v. for a stream to flow slowly and gently. Nag-anig-ig ang sapà kay taudtaud na mang way ulan, The brook is flowing slowly and gently because it has not rained for some time.



antíhay

Cebuano

v. 1. dodge a blow. Wà níya iantíhay ang íyang kamut, mau nga naigù, He did not get his hand out of the way in time, so it was hit; 2. avoid a fight because of cowardice. Ikaw na lay ákung antiháyan? Do you think I would avoid a fight with you?


bágus

Cebuano

v. smooth a piece of wood with a knife. Bagúsan ku ang kawáyan sa kurta, I’ll smooth the bamboo with the knife. -in-, -in-an n. something smoothed.


dili seguro

Cebuano

adj. insecure


gitas-on

Cebuano

stature


gitgit

Cebuano

n. kind of swallow: Artamus leucorhynchus. -in- n. kind of kite with a swallow’s tail.


gulho

Cebuano

emerge


itsas

Cebuano

a. one who has completed the fixed number of points for winning in pool billiards; v. wrap up the game in pool.


karera

Cebuano

n. career


koma

Cebuano

comma


kuryúsu

Cebuano

a. queer, strange. Kuryúsu kaáyu nang buwáka kay mangalimyun lag tungang gabíi, That is a very strange flower because it only blooms at midnight. Midiyu kuryúsu ang kinaíya sa mga langyaw, Foreigners seem to have queer ways; v. become queer, odd. Ang pagkaláin sa íyang úlu mauy nakakuryúsu (nakapakuryúsu) sa íyang linihukan, A mental disturbance made him behave strangely.


lumpag

Cebuano

collapse


unanimous


prakásu

Cebuano

v. fail to carry out an agreement. Makasálig ka nákù kay dì ku muprakásu ug sábut, You can count on me because I do not break agreements.


puno

Cebuano

adj. full


putaputa

Cebuano

v. 1. be easily torn or tattered from age or decay. Naputaputa na ang mga papílis sa kaban, The papers in the trunk are all brittle with age; 2. tear paper or cloth into pieces.


taga banika

Cebuano

n. country-people


tudlus

Cebuano

v. 1. hand something to someone Tudlúsi ku diri ug lansang, Hand me some nails up here; 2. extend one’s hand to give a handhold. Mitudlus siya sa íyang kamut nákù ug nanggúnit ku, He extended his hand to me and I held on to it. 3. give aid or small things. Tudlúsan nátù ug diyútayng inasal ang átung mga silíngan, Let us give a little roast pig to our neighbors.


tuig

Cebuano

n. year(s)


turus

Cebuano

v. 1. squash something between the two thumbnails. Turusa (tudsa) dáyun ang kútu arun dílì mawálà, Squash the louse immediately with your thumbnails before it disappears; 2. defeat or crush helpless opposition in a fight. Ipakítà ku kaninyu unsáun pagturus nang ámung mga kaáway, I’ll show you how we will crush our enemy.


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