List of Cebuano words starting with the letter A - Page 62

amunistal

Cebuano

v. register for marriage in the church; n. payment for church services in marriage. Mahal ang amunistal sa kasal nga ispisyal, The payment for the church services in a special marriage is dear.



amur

Cebuano

n. liking. Wà giyud kuy amur sa dayuk, I cannot bring myself to like salted fish innards. Gitugkan siyag amur kang Birtu, She developed a liking for Bert. — prupiyu amor propio.


amur sikrítu

Cebuano

n. bleeding heart, kind of ornamental vine with heart-shaped flowers: Clerodendrum thomponae.


amurádu

Cebuano

n. kind of red, thick, sweet banana, eaten raw. It is starchier than the yellow bananas usually sold commercially in the States.


amural

Cebuano

v. 1. speak one’s love to. Giamural níya si Maríya, piru wà sugta, He proposed to Maria, but she turned him down; 2. speak out one’s purpose asking for something Nag-amural kung Tiyù pára sa ákung karsúnis, I am asking my uncle for money to buy a pair of pants.


amursíku

Cebuano

n. kind of crab grass with long towering stems bearing barbed spikelets which adhere to the clothes: Andropogon aciculatus. ka- v. be full of amorseco spikes. Nagkaamursíku ang ákung sinínà, My dress has amorseco all over it.


amurtisasiyun

Cebuano

n. amortization; v. 1. be amortized. Ang ákung útang nag-amurtisasiyun ug dusyintus matag búlan, The amortization on my debt is two hundred every month; 2. pay off an amortization. Amurtisasyunan ku ang útang ug katungà, I’ll amortize half of my debt.


amurúsu

Cebuano

n. delinquency in paying off an obligation. Upat ka búwan ang ákung amurúsu sa bangku, I’m four months delinquent in my payments to the bank; v. be delinquent in paying off an obligation.


ámut

Cebuano

n. contribution. Pilay ámut sa salusálù káda usa? How much is each person’s contribution to the party? v. 1. contribute. Daghan siyag ikaámut sa kauswágan sa násud, He has much to contribute to the development of the country; 2. contribute to increase the intensity or quality. Ang kaígang nakaámut sa íyang kapungut, The heat contributed to making his anger worse. -l-an, -l-an(→) n. contribution. Pagkadaghag alamútan (alamutan) sa iskuylahan, makapubri! You can go broke with all the contributions you have to make in school.


amúti

Cebuano

see kamúti.


ámuy

Cebuano

n. 1. icon; 2. the name of God used in speaking to small children. Ayaw pangáway kay masukù ang ámuy, Don’t quarrel because God will get angry.


ámuy

Cebuano

n. term of address for very old men of respectability. Kanà si Ámuy Militun kapitan sa panahun sa Katsílà, Amoy Meliton was a village head during the Spanish times; v. call someone Amoy.


amyun

Cebuano

v. emit a sweet fragrance. Miamyun (nangamyun) ang kahumut sa mga búlak, The flowers emitted a sweet fragrance. ka- n. sweet smell.


an-an

Cebuano

n. kind of small tree of thickets: Buchanania arborescens.


an-un

Cebuano

see unsáun (dialectal). see unsa.


anā̀

Cebuano

1. expression of surprise; a. at something pleasant. Anā̀, kanindut sa ímung ariyus, Oh what beautiful earrings you have! b. at something which causes worry. Anā̀! Nabuak, Oh-Oh! It broke; 2. expression chiding someone Anā̀! Nagpabuyag man ka! My! You’re making a nuisance of yourself.


ana

Cebuano

it


ánà

Cebuano

see niánà. see kanà.


anaa

Cebuano

[deictic or demonstrative pron., second person singular, present time] there is


anaa

Cebuano

[pron., first person exclusive, genitive or possessive case] there are


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