List of Cebuano words starting with the letter A - Page 119

áwuk

Cebuano

see unglù.



awuk-uk

Cebuano

see uk-uk.


awul

Cebuano

v. go absent without leave. Ug dílì ku tugtan, muawul na lang ku, If they don’t give me permission, I will go awol.


awumbak

Cebuano

n. dried piece of banana trunk.


awup

Cebuano

lambent


awup

Cebuano

wane


áwut

Cebuano

a. 1. be out in a ball game; 2. be out of a place, out of stock, etc. — ab bawuns, lak, istak, etc. out of bounds, luck, stock, etc. Awut ab tápik ka, You are out of order, off the subject; v. 1. make someone or something out in ball games. Nakaáwut na ang pitsir ug duha, The pitcher has already struck two batters out. Hiawtan silag duha, They have had two outs; 2. get to be out of a place, out of luck, stock, etc. Muáwut ku ugmà, I’ll get out of this place tomorrow. Maáwut ang búla, The ball will go out of bounds.


áwut

Cebuano

see alut.


awutsayid

Cebuano

n. out of bounds; v. go out of bounds. Ug maawtsayid ang búla ning sirbíha, pildi ta, If the ball goes out of bounds on this serve, we lose.


áwuy

Cebuano

n. kind of shrub that bears umbels of black pellet-sized berries which are edible. The leaves are used as a fish poison and are applied to wounds to stop bleeding: Calliocarpa eriochlona. — agkut kind of áwuy that is hairy: Calliocarpa formosana.


awyan

Cebuano

see ayayan. see ayay.


ay

Cebuano

1. expression dismissing what follows as unimportant. Ay kanà, ihátag na lang nà, Oh that! Just give it away; 2. particle showing exasperation or frustrated helplessness. Ay, Inday. Wà pa giyud ka makat-un? Goodness, my dear. Can’t you ever learn? Ay, ulahi ka na, nahurut na ug kahálin, Oh you are too late. They’re all sold out. Ay, kapait ning kinabuhía, My, how difficult life is. 3. particle preceding an exclamation of delight. Ay, kanindut sa búlak! Oh, what a beautiful flower.


ay

Cebuano

n. a pair of mahjong pieces of the same number and design. In order to get mahjong, a set must contain an ay.


ay

Cebuano

oh


ay

Cebuano

particle following something which calls attention to something Si Pidru ay, Mam. Nanghíwì nákù, Teacher, Pedro was making faces at me. Pagkabuta nímu. Túa sa iskína ay, How blind you are! It’s right there at the corner! Kining bataána ay. Nagsígi lag dúlag lápuk, My, this child. He keeps playing in the mud. únu, dus, —, tris one, two, three, go!


ay

Cebuano

see ayaw.


ay-ar payib

Cebuano

n. IR5, kind of recently-introduced strain of rice.


ayà

Cebuano

see wayà.


ayaan

Cebuano

see iyaan. see iyà.


ayáay

Cebuano

n. time when water is slack at low tide before rising or at high tide before ebbing; v. become slack tide. Maáyung ipamúkut ug muayáay ang dágat, A good time to go net fishing is when the water is slack.


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