bras, brás

Cebuano

n. brush; v. brush something Brasi ang makinilya, Clean the typewriter with a brush.



Huwebes

Cebuano

n. Thursday


ikspirimin

Cebuano

n. experiment as a school problem.


kalyeha

Cebuano

street


kamiseta

Cebuano

undershirt


kaniadtong

Cebuano

[time word or particle] last


kaugalian

Cebuano

custom


kauwaw

Cebuano

shame


langbay

Cebuano

n. edible swimming crabs, found in shallow and deep waters, rather similar in shape and flavor to the blue crabs sold in the States. They differ from other crabs in that the shell has two sharp points on the sides, both claws are the same size and only slightly larger than the other limbs. Deep-sea specimens may grow as big as a foot across. paN- v. catch this sort of crab. -an, paN-an n. place where these crabs are found.


lapánag

Cebuano

v. for something to spread over an area. Milapánag ang túbig sa daruhan, The water spread over the fields. Ang íyang ap-ap naglapanag sa íyang tibuuk láwas, His fungus is spreading all over his body. Wà makalapánag ang balità, The news didn’t get very far.


masilawon

Cebuano

agasilak


mata,

Cebuano

mesh


naspu

Cebuano

(from Tagalog púnas) v. wipe oneself with a wet towel or face cloth (slang). Dì na lang ku mugúli kay nakanaspu na ku, I will not take a bath because I have already wiped myself with a wet towel.


piho

Cebuano

steady


salapi

Cebuano

n. currency


síbin pirs

Cebuano

see síti páris. see síti.


tabuylug

Cebuano

v. swing, spin around; cause something to do so. Mitabuylug ang bátà sa písì, The child hung to a rope and swung around. Nagtabuylug ang tyubíbu, The merry-go-round is spinning around.


ting-

Cebuano

prefix added to roots which refer to something which happens seasonally to form nouns which mean ‘season or time of the day that (so-and-so) takes place’. Most forms with ting- have short penults. Sayung buntag nga mauy tinglusad sa manuk, The early morning hours when the chickens come down from their perches. Tingbunga (tingpamunga) sa mangga, The mango season. Tingadlaw (ting-adlaw), The hot season. Tingbálud, The wavy season.


wisdam

Cebuano

v. have wisdom teeth. Pagkabátà pa nímu giwisdáman ka na? You have a wisdom tooth at your age? — tut n. wisdom tooth.


yawi

Cebuano

n. key


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