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

íkat

Cebuano

v. for the threads of cloth to be displaced when one of the threads is pulled, cause cloth to get such a defect. Ug muíkat (maíkat) nang panaptun, dì na maáyung sinináun, If the cloth has a defect, it is no good to use for a dress. Kinsa may nag-íkat sa ákung panaptun? Who pulled the threads in this cloth?



ikatakli

Cebuano

negotiable


ikatambag

Cebuano

suggestion


ikatandi

Cebuano

comparable


ikatingala

Cebuano

peculiar


ikatulo

Cebuano

adj. third


ikatunaw

Cebuano

solvent


ikaunom

Cebuano

adj. sixth


ikaupat

Cebuano

adj. fourth


ikaupat

Cebuano

quarter


n. four-o'clock


quarter


quart


ikaw

Cebuano

[pron., second person singular (you and me), topic or nominative case] you


ikaw

Cebuano

pron. you


ikaw

Cebuano

you (singular). Ikaw ang ákung túyù, You are the one I want to see. — karun, kini, bayà oh you! (You’re so foolish, terrible, bad). Ikaw giyud kini. Dalì ra giyung maílad, Oh you! It’s so easy to cheat you! — lang 1. you be the one. Ikaw lay báyad, You pay; 2. it’s up to you. Ug gustu kang mubáyad, ikaw lang, If you want to pay, it’s up to you; 2a. it’s up to you, don’t say I didn’t warn you. Ug hilabtan nà nímu ikaw lang, If you touch that don’t say I didn’t warn you. — ra see lang, 2, 2a. ka short for ikaw used in constructions requiring the nom. except the predicate. Kumusta ka? How are you? Mau ka ba giyud? Is that the way you are? nímu 1. gen. form. Si Máma nímu túa sa simbahan, Your mother is in the church. ábi — 1. you know. Ábi nímu, si Saning maáyung muáwit, You know, Saning sings beautifully; 2. ábi — ug so you presumed. Ábi nímu búang ku, Do you think I’m an idiot? 2. short for kanímu. mu short for nímu. kanímu dat. form. Álang ni kanímu, This is for you. Way nakagustu kanímu, Nobody likes you. Ay, purbída kanímu, Oh my! Ay, kanímu Tasyǔ! Mag-unsa ka man lang ug wà na ku! Oh my, Tasio! What will you do when I’m gone! ímu 1. preposed gen. Ang ímung kabáyù, Your horse. Ímu bang ihátag? Are you giving it away? 2. yours, the one belonging to you. Ákù ni, ímu nà, This belongs to me. That one is yours. Unsa may — kang (so-and-so), What do you have against (so-and-so)? — na you may have (subject). Ímu na ni, You may have this one. pag-(verb) ug — do (verb) by oneself. Pagkaun lag ímu, ayaw kug tawagtawága ug panihápun, Just eat by yourself. Don’t call me to supper. (noun) pay — My what a (noun)! Bat-ang pay ímu nga makalíbat, Her hips can make you cross-eyed. (Lit. If you want the hips, too (to see), they’ll make you cross-eyed.) v. be, become yours. Maímu ni ug magbinuutan ka, This will be yours if you behave. Imúhun lang diay nang tanang kindi? So you want to have all the candy to yourself? imúha see ímu. imuímu all by yourself, yours alone. — lang of your own creation. Imuímu man lang ning minugnà, You just made this up. Imuímu nang ímung gidangátan. Wà kay kapasanginlan, What happened to you is your own doing. You have no one to blame but yourself; v. do something all by yourself. Muimuímu ka man lag káun dihà nga walay pulupanampit, You eat all by yourself without inviting anyone to join you. tikaw, tika, ta ka, ka nákù, ku ikaw I did (verb) to you, you are my (noun). Amígu ta ka (tikaw, tika, ka nákù, ku ikaw), You are my friend. Patyun ta ka (tikaw, etc.), I will kill you.


ikaw

Cebuano

you're


ikaw ba?

Cebuano

are you?


ikaw gayud

Cebuano

pron. yourself


ikawalo

Cebuano

n. eighth


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