List of Cebuano words starting with the letter A - Page 120

ayad

Cebuano

detest



ayad

Cebuano

snub


ayad

Cebuano

v. 1. refuse to go through with something, have second thoughts, esp. about buying. Walay makaayad áning prisyung kubus, No one can have second thoughts about buying it at this low price; 2. reject an offer. Ikaw pa lay miayad sa ákung panábang, You’re the only one so far who has refused my aid. Pagkaaláut ning gugmang ímung giayran, Pity the one whose love you spurned; 3. avoid, refrain contact with. Nangayad siya sa mga pagkáun kay nanamkun, She couldn’t stand food because she was pregnant. Giayran siya sa mga táwu human siya mabangkarúta, People avoided him after he went bankrupt; 4. particle expressing eagerness. ‘Mukáun kag mangga?’—‘Ayad!’ ‘Do you want to eat mangoes?’—‘Sure thing. (Lit. Would I avoid them?)’ inayran n. something spurned, avoided. Inayran sa katilingban, Spurned by society.


ayad

Cebuano

v. repair something Ayrun nákù ang munyíka nga natangtángag kamut, I’ll fix the doll that lost one of its arms.


áyag

Cebuano

v. sift, separate the coarse from the fine. Ayágun ang bugas arun malain ang pínu, The rice is sifted so the fine particles can be separated. -an(→) n. sifter, sieve.


ayágak

Cebuano

see iyágak.


áyam

Cebuano

v. 1. for a dog to chase something Háin íning irúa ang nag-áyam sa manuk? Which dog chased the chicken? 2. hunt with dogs where the dog keeps track of the spoor. Bakatin ang ílang giáyam, They are hunting for wild pigs. paN- v. go hunting with dogs. Nangáyam sila sa lasang, They went hunting in the forest; n. 1. occupation of hunting with dogs; 2. something used to hunt; 3. hunting trip. -an(→) n. place one hunts. ig-l-(→) see paN-, 3. maN-r-(→) n. hunter. pinaN-an n. something caught hunting.


ayang-ang

Cebuano

a. in full view, uncovered; v. be open to full view. Muayang-ang gánì ang pultahan, musulud dáyun ang irù, If the door is open, the dog will get in. Nag-ayang-ang ang mga pinalit sa mga bukas nga bukag, The goods they bought were in full view in the open baskets. pa- v. expose something to full view. Magpaayang-ang lang nà siya bísan ug daghang táwu, She sits in such a way that she exposes her crotch, even when there are a lot of people around. Nakapaayang-ang siya sa íyang kasukù, She exposed her anger. Paayang-anga lang nang pultahan sa ímung kwartu, Leave your door partly open. Ayaw paayang-angi ang sud-an, Don’t leave the food exposed. -un, -an a. careless of speech and ways.


ayaw

Cebuano

short form: ay don’t do! Ayaw ug syágit. Ayaw pagsiyágit, Do not shout. Ayaw ug kabaláka, ayaw kabaláka, ayaw pagkabaláka, Don’t worry. — lang 1. never mind doing. Ayaw lang ug sirhi nang pwirta, Don’t bother closing the door. ‘Gustu ka?’—‘Ayaw lang,’ ‘Do you want any?’—‘No, thanks.’ 2. don’t (it’s a small thing to ask). Ay lang ingna ánà, Don’t do like that! — na stop doing. Ayaw nag hílak, Stop crying. Ayaw na, Tay. Dì na ku muusab, That’s enough, Dad. I won’t do it again. — na lang don’t bother doing what you’ve started or made a motion to do. Ay na lang kug ihatud, Don’t bother taking me home. — na lang ku ánà don’t give me that reason. Ay na lang ku ánà. Nakabatì na ku ánang rasúna, Don’t give me that. I’ve heard that line before. — na ku, ta (nímu) don’t try to fool me. Ay na lang ku nímu, Syu. Swítu na kaáyu ku nímu, Don’t try to put one over me, Cio. I know you too well already.


ayaw

Cebuano

do not


ayaw

Cebuano

n. don't


ayaw

Cebuano

n. stop that


ayaw

Cebuano

not


ayaw

Cebuano

unwilling


áyaw

Cebuano

v. for a child to cry when not allowed to go with someone Natural, ang bátà muáyaw sa inahan, It’s natural for a child to cry when he’s not allowed to go with his mother.


ayaw iapil

Cebuano

omit


ayaw paduol

Cebuano

avoid


ayaw ug duol

Cebuano

avoid


ayawan

Cebuano

see awayan. see áway.


ayáwat

Cebuano

see iyáwat.


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