*plas

Cebuano

— [number of English origin] (so-and-so) many points advantage. Hatágan níyag plas payib ang bangà níyang kuntra, He will give his weaker opponent a five-point advantage.



bahin

Cebuano

divide


buluk, búluk

Cebuano

n. 1. color. Putì ang paburitu kung búluk, White is my favorite color; 2. quality, tone of voice; v. 1. dye cloth red. Gibugkan ang íyang sinínag pula, Her dress was dyed red; 2. for the voice to change in quality. Nagbuluk ang ákung tíngug kay giubu ku, My voice changed because I caught cold.


gahom

Cebuano

n. potency


guapa

Cebuano

beautiful


kamarúti

Cebuano

n. an officer’s quarters on the deck, cabin in a sailing vessel.


kuna

Cebuano

crib


nagaawas

Cebuano

adj. overflowing


nanay

Cebuano

mommy


palta

Cebuano

default


pangabubho

Cebuano

n. jealousy


pinúun

Cebuano

n. a kind of ginger plant similar to alimpuyang, producing small, sweet berries.


pitsukurnu

Cebuano

see pitsikurnu.


salapyaw

Cebuano

n. dip net with a light mesh weight or a butterfly net; v. get with a dip net. Salapyáwa ang pitupitu, Dip out the pollywogs.


sugábu

Cebuano

v. dive or fall with a splashing or thudding sound. Misugábu sa lunangan ang hubug, The drunk splashed into the mud puddle.


sulírat

Cebuano

v. for the eyes to open wide in anger; cause them to do so. Mihílum ang mga bátà dihang ákung gisulirátan, The children kept quiet when I glared at them.


soliloquy


tigpakisayod

Cebuano

informant


umagaron

Cebuano

son-in-law


yumudyumud

Cebuano

v. mumble unintelligibly. Dì ku gustung magyumudyumud ang ákung mga anak ug kasab-an, I don’t want my children to mumble under their breath when they are scolded.


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