bastus

Cebuano

a. acting in a morally reprehensible way. Kabastus, mangílad ug buta, How reprehensible! Cheating a blind man! Nagkalingaw ug isturyag bastus, They were amusing themselves telling dirty stories. to be morally reprehensible. paka- v. act in a reprehensible way, treat, regard someone as reprehensible. Nagpakabastus ka ánang ímung pangitsúra, The way you’re dressed, you look reprehensible.



biaw

Cebuano

stagnate


buhawi

Cebuano

whirlwind


buntog

Cebuano

defeat


gisantis

Cebuano

n. 1. green peas; 2. dog as food (humorous slang—so called because dog meat is commonly prepared with peas).


hulgà

Cebuano

n. threat; v. threaten. Ang ulan mihulgà pagbundak, The rain threatened to pour down. Gihulgà mi sa dakung gútum, We were threatened with starvation. ma-un a. threatening. Mahulgáung púlung, Threatening words.


ingun

Cebuano

v. 1. say, tell. Ingnun (ingnan) ta ikaw dáan sa dì pa ka maílad, I will tell you beforehand, before you get swindled. Mauy pagaingnun nga píling pílì sa pinilian paúlì, As the saying goes, be too choosy and get what someone else didn’t want. Ang ginaingun nga Insik mikágiw sa láing násud, The aforementioned Chinese escaped to another country; 2. said to be something Ingnun ka unyang maut, You will be said to put on airs. Nagpadaladála siya ug libra arun ingnun siya nga istudiyanti, He carries books around so people will think he’s a student. pakaarun ingnun v. 1. pretend. Apan siya nagpakaarun ingnun nga walà makakità nákù, But she pretended that she hadn’t seen me. 2. pretend, put on a front. Nagpakaarun ingnun siyang dátù, She pretends to be rich; n. — sa pag-unsa something said to hurt someone’s feelings. Dílì ni ingun sa pag-unsa, apan tinúud, I’m not saying this to hurt your feelings, but it’s true.


kabug

Cebuano

n. variety of millet (dáwa) that is small, rounded, and dark, but highly prized.


kagana

Cebuano

n. lust


kaluwasan

Cebuano

n. liberty


karbalyas

Cebuano

n. kind of crevally: Caranx sp.


kiyud

Cebuano

copulate


lílung

Cebuano

a. making dizzy. Lílung sakyan ang tyubíbu, It makes you dizzy to ride a merry-go-round; n. dizziness. Ang táwung makaagwanta sa lílung puyding maastrunut, A man who can stand dizziness can qualify as an astronaut; v. be, become dizzy. paN-(→) n. dizzy spell, occasional feeling of dizziness. Kasagáran sa magsabak batíug panglilung, Most women experience dizzy spells in their early months of pregnancy. panga- v. be in a state of slight dizziness. Nagpangalilung ku sa kagútum, I’m somewhat dizzy from hunger.


luthang

Cebuano

n. 1. popgun made of a small bamboo stem which shoots seeds or paper pellets; 2. bamboo cannon that makes a loud retort using kerosene, used for noise-making during festive events; v. 1. shoot with a native popgun or bamboo cannon; 1a. shoot someone with any gun. Naprísu siya kay nakaluthang, He went to prison for shooting a man; 2. make something into a luthang. luthangluthang v. play games with luthangs.


masigahon

Cebuano

flaming


pagdaot

Cebuano

v. ruin


pángit

Cebuano

a. ugly (slang). Dílì angay magrayna. Pángit ug hitsúra, She’s not fit to be a queen. She’s ugly; v. be ugly.


sangla

Cebuano

n. leprosy; v. be afflicted with leprosy. sanglahun n. leper.


súyà

Cebuano

v. feel dislike towards someone out of envy or because of an overbearing, braggart sort of personality. Makasúyà man nang ímung pagkahambugíru, Your bragging makes people resent you. Nasúyà siya nákù kay dílì man giyud siya makalupig, He resents it that he can never beat me.


constant


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