List of Cebuano words starting with the letter A - Page 19

agi

Cebuano

trace



agi

Cebuano

undergo


ági

Cebuano

v. 1. go by, through a place. Dílì ku muági dihà kay náay irù, I won’t go that way because there’s a dog there; 1a. for food to be cooked in something Dì ku makakáug sud-an nga giági ug mantíkà, I can’t eat food that was cooked in fat; 2. for time to go by. Nakadaug aku sa swipstik sa miáging simána, I won the sweepstakes last week. Sa nag-aging mga búlan, nagkaluya pud siya, As the months went by, he became steadily weaker; 3. gone through one’s hands, had experience with one. Pila na ka babáyi ang niági kaníya? How many women have gone through his hands? Daghan na ang ispisyalista nga miági kaníya, Many specialists have examined her; 4. have experienced something Nakaagi na ku sa pagpamutsatsu, I have already experienced being a servant; 5. for a writing instrument to work. Dì na muági ning bulpína, This ballpoint pen doesn’t write any more; n. 1. path traversed. Mibálik siya sa íyang ági, He retraced his steps; 2. result of the action of some instrument. Ági sa gabas, The kerf of the saw. Ági sa lápis, The imprint of the pencil. Ági sa makina, Stitches of the sewing machine. Ági sa bunal, Welts made by a whip. Ági sa dáru, Furrows; 3. handwriting; 4. output, work accomplished. Gamay kaáyu siyag ági kay tapulan, He has little output because he’s lazy; 6. profits. Dakù siyag ági sa pagpahulam, He made big profits from his usury; 7. transient. Ági lang ang íyang kasukù, His anger will soon pass; 8. — ug, sa by way of, as an expression of. Kining rilu ágig handumánan nátù, This watch is by way of remembrance. (→) v. pass by to pick up or leave something on the way. Agiun tika unyà, I’ll stop by to pick you up. Iagi ang karsunsilyu sa ka Pidru, Bring the shorts to Pedro’s on your way; a. leaky. Tárung agi, A leaky can; v. become leaky. pa- v. 1. cause to go in a certain way. Unsáun man nátù pagpaági nga dílì mailhan? How will we do it so it won’t be recognized? Ang íyang gugma gipaági níya sa suwat, He made his love known through letters; n. way. Unsay maáyung paági sa paglútug bam-i? What is a good way to prepare noodles? pina- n. means. Nabuksan ang kandádu pinaági sa yáwi, The lock was opened by means of a key. paN- v. for an expectant mother to have her bag of waters break. Gipangagían na siya piru wà pa magbatì, Her bag of waters has broken, but she is not in labor yet. agiánan n. 1. passageway. Makalapus ka ngadtu kay náa may agiánan, You can pass through there because there is a passageway; 2. a means to an end or accomplishment. Kanang hulamhúlam ug libru mauy usa ka pasángil, agiánan sa panagsulátay níla, Borrowing each other’s books was a means for them to write each other. alagían n. see agiánan; a. near a place people pass. Ang ílang balay alagían kanang paingun ta sa lungsud, Their house is right on the way when we go to town. -um-r-, -um-l- n. 1. about to pass; 2. of a passing character. Umaági (umalági) ra ning ulána, This is just a passing rain. ka- n. an event, happening, or experience. Ang súnug usa ka kaági nga dílì malimtan, The conflagration is an unforgettable event. kaaginhun, maaginhun a. full of history, eventful.


agi sa kamot

Cebuano

n. handwriting


agianan

Cebuano

doorway


agianan

Cebuano

entry


agianan

Cebuano

hall


agianan

Cebuano

n. entrance


agianan

Cebuano

n. pass


agianan

Cebuano

n. passage


agianan

Cebuano

n. path


agianan

Cebuano

n. road


agianan

Cebuano

n. track


agianan

Cebuano

n. trail


agianan

Cebuano

n. way


n. maze


n. canal


underpass


n. channel


agianan sa ubos

Cebuano

underpass


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