List of Cebuano words starting with the letter A - Page 86

anunugba

Cebuano

n. moth



anunugbu

Cebuano

(from sugbu) n. kind of brown edible fresh-water crab reaching 3″ in diameter, usually used as bait in bantak fishing.


anup-up

Cebuano

see alup.


anupug

Cebuano

see anapug.


ánur

Cebuano

a. an honor student; v. make the honor roll. Nakaánur (naánur) ku kas-a, I made the honor roll once. — rul honor roll; v. see ánur.


anus-a

Cebuano

adv. when


anus-a

Cebuano

ever


anus-a

Cebuano

when? (future). Anus-a nímu dad-a? When will you bring it? Anus-a pa gud ku mutúu! I certainly would not believe that! (Lit. When would I ever believe that?)


anut

Cebuano

n. second growth; v. become a second-growth forest. Ang kaíngin kaniadtu hápit na pud maanut, What was once a clearing is now practically a jungle again.


anutasiyun

Cebuano

n. annotation.


anúus

Cebuano

n. soot. anak sa — a very dark-complexioned person; v. give off soot. Ug muanúus ang sugà, pagamyi ang pabílu, If the lamp gives off soot, shorten the wick.


anuwal

Cebuano

n. a school yearbook; v. publish, get a yearbook.


anyag

Cebuano

a. for something in nature or women to be beautiful; v. become, make beautiful. Naanyag si Maríya human siya mamulbus, Maria became beautiful after she powdered herself. ka- n. beauty. Ang kaanyag sa palíbut, The beauty of the surroundings. ma- a. beautiful.


anyil

Cebuano

n. bluing for wash; v. put bluing in wash.


anyos

Cebuano

n. years


anyu

Cebuano

n. 1. a certain year. Unsang anyúha ka matáwu? What year were you born? 2. (such-and-such) a grade, year in school. Ang ákung bátà sigundu anyu na sa hayskul, My son is already a sophomore in high school. — nuybu New Year; v. 1. celebrate New Year’s. Manganyu nuybu (mag-anyu nuybu) ku dinhi, I will celebrate New Year’s here; 2. get to be New Year’s.


anyus

Cebuano

following a number of Spanish origin: (so-and-so) many years. Bayinti anyus na ku dinhi, I have been here for twenty years.


áp lay

Cebuano

upsy-daisy. Íyang giaswat ang bátà ug miingun ‘áp lay’, He lifted the child and said ‘upsy-daisy’.


ap-andawun

Cebuano

n. the situation in a game of mahjong where to obtain mahjong (go out) the player needs to complete only a single straight (sequences of three pieces in numerical order) such that either the lower number of the higher number will complete the sequence. E.g., if a player is complete for mahjong except for one straight for which he has only the pieces five and six, he needs either seven or four to make the straight complete and get mahjong, and thus he is in the ap-andawun situation.


ap-ap

Cebuano

see alap-ap.


82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90


a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w y z