ahente sa yuta

Cebuano

realtor



burdu

Cebuano

v. 1. go s.w. in a roundabout, not direct way. Muburdu ta arun dì ta masagatà sa mga buguy, Let’s go round about so we don’t run into the ruffians. Iburdu (burdúhun) ang prusisyun sa tibuuk lungsud, They will take the procession around the whole town; 1a. for a sailboat to go at a zigzag or diagonal course to ride against the wind; 2. roam, walk about. Nagburdu silag panangkù, They went out to steal palm toddy. Iburdu ning mga tinda, Go around to sell these goods.


busug

Cebuano

a. full, sated. Busug na ku. Dì na ku layhang mukáun, I am full, I don’t feel like eating any more. Busug run ang íyang pitáka kay bag-ung giswilduan, His wallet is full now because he has just received his salary; v. fill oneself to satisfy. Magbusug ku kay lamì ang sud-an, I’ll eat my fill because the food is tasty. Busgun kung ákung mga mata pagtan-aw sa ímung katahum, I’ll let my eyes have their fill in gazing at your beauty. way ka-un, kabulusgun without ever getting satiated.


hugaw

Cebuano

v. waste


hunta

Cebuano

n. council


ilun-ílun

Cebuano

n. variety of lowland rice reaching a height of about 5′ and with longer and bigger leaves than most other varieties, maturing in eight months. It has heavy yellow grains and is not much planted, as more productive varieties have been introduced; v. plant this variety of rice.


kalampusan

Cebuano

n. success


kalbaryu

Cebuano

n. 1. calvary; 2. situation causing intense mental suffering. Kalbaryu nákù ning pagtuun ug sista, Learning to play the guitar is utter torture to me; v. become a calvary.


karenderya

Cebuano

cafe


kultu

Cebuano

n. a Protestant service held at a member’s house; v. hold a service at a member’s house. Nagkultu sila sa balay sa ansiyánu kay naáyu ang íyang anak, They are holding a service at the elder’s place because his son recovered.


laki nga manok

Cebuano

rooster


naglibok

Cebuano

active


pagpaniktik

Cebuano

v. spy


pangaliya

Cebuano

beseech


rímas

Cebuano

see kulu.


saring

Cebuano

n. class in school. -an n. place where classes are held. ka-(←) n. classmate.


sibat

Cebuano

v. 1. get out of s.w., usually without leave. Musibat ta sa prugráma arun dílì ta hingtawgan ug pakanta, Let us get out of this place before we are called upon to sing. Wà ka kinahanglána dinhi. Hala, sibat! You are not wanted here, So, scram! 2. take something without permission. Sibatun (isibat) ku ning libru ug walay magtan-aw, I will take this book when nobody is looking.


síbu

Cebuano

n. fat of bovine and other animals with hooves, except pigs; v. put beef fat. Nagkasíbu ang linat-an, The stew is full of fat. Sibúhi ang ímung hiraminta arun dílì tay-an, Smear beef fat on your tools so they won’t get rusty.


singgit

Cebuano

catcall


tirasis

Cebuano

n. terraced land or a piece of level land on the top of a mound for planting; v. build terraces.


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