ang hinungdan

Cebuano

cause



antipun

Cebuano

see awrúra.


hagbung

Cebuano

v. 1. drop, let something heavy fall with a crash or thud, for something heavy to do so. Ayaw ihagbung ang sáku kay mabungkas, Don’t throw the sack down because it will burst open. Nahagbung ang masítas, The flower pot fell; 2. fail someone in school. Hagbúngun ta ka, I’ll fail you. Pila ka sabdyik ímung nahagbúngan? How many subjects did you fail? n. 1. subject failed. Wà kuy hagbung uy! I didn’t fail anything! 2. person who failed something Dì makagradwit ang mga hagbung, Failing students cannot graduate. -in- n. crashing noise of things falling.


igdadapat

Cebuano

n. material


insakto

Cebuano

fit


kaanindot

Cebuano

splendor


likat

Cebuano

v. overlook or miss something Nalikatan (hilikatan) níyag ihap ang usa ka libru, He overlooked one book in counting them.


maalam

Cebuano

adj. highbrow


manghod

Cebuano

brothers


mikskla

Cebuano

v. 1. mix solids or liquids. Mikskláha ang pintal ug túbig, Mix the paint and the water together. Mikskláhi ug pulug ang minása nga simintu, Mix dye into the cement mixture; 1a. prepare something that has to be mixed. Nakamikskla ka na ba ug ilimnun? Have you prepared (mixed) the drinks? n. mixture, proportion in which something is mixed. Ispísung mikskla, A thick mixture.


miunmíun

Cebuano

v. 1. be careful in using money or consuming goods. Magmiunmíun ta sa bugas arun mulungtad, We must economize on our rice so it will last; 2. hold back one’s temper or feelings, restrain oneself. Ayawg imiunmíun ang ímung kaguul arun dílì ka masakit, Don’t suppress your grief so that you will not get ill.


pagpadala

Cebuano

v. send


pukuy

Cebuano

n. see pulukuy.


pulgas sa manok

Cebuano

n. check flea


pumarito

Cebuano

come


sitsiríka

Cebuano

a. gay, vivacious, and friendly. Lagmit makatratu ning bayhána kay sitsiríka kaáyu, This girl will likely get herself a boy friend because she is very vivacious and friendly; 2. dressing with verve, somewhat wildly; v. get to be vivacious and friendly.


sulip-it

Cebuano

see salip-it.


Tiago

Cebuano

n. James Banogon


tinir

Cebuano

v. 1. keep, have in possession. Nagtinir siyag babáyi, He’s keeping a mistress. Wà ku magtinir ug sapátus nga daghan, I don’t have many shoes. Magníwang kag itinir nímu nang kaguúla, You’ll grow thin if you harbor that sorrow; 2. detain. Itinir siya ug dì makapiyansa, Detain him if he cannot post bail. tinidur dilibru n. bookkeeper; v. be a bookkeeper.


tubo

Cebuano

n. sugar cane


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