batiwtiw

Cebuano

n. tailor bird, the song of which is popularly said to be, ‘Dakug putus’, ‘Having a large penis’: Orthotomus atrogularis.



dalius-us

Cebuano

see daus-us.


hininangop

Cebuano

welcome


húngut

Cebuano

n. bowl made out of three-quarters of a coconut shell. nawung ug — round faced, like a húngut. dílì — ang kalibútan there are plenty of fish in the ocean (lit. the world is not a coconut shell). Sahug dì ka mangasáwa nákù. Maáyu mag húngut ning kalibútan, So what if you don’t marry me. Fine, if this world were a coconut shell (but it’s not); v. make, make into a coconut-shell bowl.


huput

Cebuano

v. 1. obtain, possess something abstract or something rare and especial. Wà pay nakahuput ánang matánga sa aláhas dinhi, No one here has ever come to possess that sort of jewelry. Talagsaung katakus nga íyang gihuptan, The extraordinary ability that he possesses; 2. have dominion, rule over. Ang Ispanya mihuput sa Pilipínas ug kapin sa tulu ka siglu, Spain ruled the Philippines for more than three centuries.


íbug

Cebuano

a. attracted. Íbug ku sa íyang sinínà, I am very much attracted to her dress; v. 1. be attracted. Naíbug aku sa ímung sapátus, I am attracted to your shoes. Gikaibgan (naibgan) ku ang íyang kagwápu, I was attracted to his handsomeness; 2. see paíbug. ibug-ibug v. tempt. Nag-ibug-ibug ka lang nákù niánang manggang hilaw, You’re tempting me with those green mangoes. pa-(→), pa- v. 1. entice someone to do something by showing him something Paibgi (paibúgi) nà siyag liníkit, Entice him with a roll of bills; 2. cause someone to want something Paibgun ka lang. Dì ka tagáan, I’ll just entice you. I won’t give you any. paN- v. for pregnant women to have an intense liking for something Naliwat sa munyíka ang ílang anak kay mau may gipangibúgan sa íyang asáwa, Their baby looked like a doll because the wife had developed a strong fondness for it during her pregnancy. ka- n. attraction to something kailibgan see maka-r-, 2. kailibgun n. thing that arouses desire. Daghang kailibgun sa Magalyánis, There are lots of things to arouse your desire downtown. ma-un, maibgánun, mailibgun a. attracted to. Maibúgun (maibgánun, mailibgun) kaáyu siya sa mga malahálung aláhas, She is strongly attracted to expensive jewelry. maka-r- a. 1. capable of causing attraction. Ang íyang kaanyag makaiíbug, She has a magnetic beauty; 2. capable of causing envy.


impanáda

Cebuano

n. pastries consisting of meat wrapped in dough and fried; v. make impanáda.


kauban sa sala

Cebuano

accomplice


lantung

Cebuano

see langtung.


madanihon

Cebuano

stunning


mumho

Cebuano

n. crumb


panumpa

Cebuano

n. oath


pirsunalidad

Cebuano

n. personality, personal charm or attraction. Wà giyud siyay pirsunalidad, He has no personality.


sukad

Cebuano

ladle


tagubtub

Cebuano

n. deep, resonant, thumping sound produced by pounding; v. emit a boomp boomp sound. Mitagubtub ang íyang likud nga gisumbag, His back went thump when it was struck. Bul-ánung — n. pure Boholano (humorous). Bul-ánung tagubtub, pakisabaw, pakibahug, usa ka buuk itlug, sabwag pitu ka sag-ub, A pure Boholano is so fond of soup and food mixed with soup that he uses seven bamboo containers full of water to boil one egg.


taho

Cebuano

n. news


tinabas

Cebuano

rag


úyab

Cebuano

v. rinse with clean water. Íya nang giuyában ang linabhan, She has rinsed the laundry.


wala maila

Cebuano

unknown


yadakadtu

Cebuano

short for íya ra kadtu it was his (her) own (fault). Yadakadtu nga salà nga gilatigu siya, It was his own fault that he got whipped.


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