List of Cebuano words starting with the letter I - Page 20

ikawalo

Cebuano

octave



n. pint


ikgam

Cebuano

see igtam.


ikging

Cebuano

see igking.


ikibáli

Cebuano

n. equivalent. Ang tulu ka tiil ikibáli ug usa ka yarda, Three feet is equivalent to one yard.


ikid

Cebuano

v. 1. jump over something or up in the air. Ikdun (ikirun) ku ang kural, I’ll jump over the fence; 2. stand on one’s tiptoes to reach something Mutúpung ka nákù ug iikid (ikirun) mu ang ímung tiil, You will be as tall as I am if you stand on your tiptoes; 3. run fast, gallop. Miikid siya pagkakità sa latigu nga gibitbit sa inahan, She ran away fast when she saw the whip in her mother’s hand. Ikda si Papa nímu, Run after your father. Iikid ni sa íla, Run bring this to their house. ikid-ikid v. walk a distance in a hurried pace.


ikid-íkid

Cebuano

n. name of a children’s game in which they see who can jump farthest.


ikid-íkid

Cebuano

v. for the hips to sway from side to side in walking. Nagpaibug giyug maáyu nang babayhána nga nag-ikid-íkid (nagpaikid-íkid) sa íyang samput, That woman is swinging her hips to attract their attention. Muikid-íkid ang íyang samput iglakaw niya, Her hips sway when she walks.


ikipáhi

Cebuano

n. luggage.


ikípu

Cebuano

n. equipment, tools.


íkis

Cebuano

n. letter X; a. zigzagging, winding. Ang dálan paingun sa Bagyu íkis, The road leading to Baguio is winding; v. be, become, make zigzag. Dì ka ig-un sa pusil ug ikísun (iíkis) nímu ang ímung dinaganan, You won’t be hit if you run zigzag.


ikis-ikis

Cebuano

mazy


íkit

Cebuano

a. close together, usually people; v. be close to each other. Nag-íkit silag katúlug, They slept close to each other. Ayaw siya ikta (iíkit) ug bayli, Don’t dance close to her. Ikítun nátù ug butang ang mga síya, Let’s put the chairs close together. ikit-íkit v. stay around close to someone else. Dúna gánì pangayúun muikit-íkit (mag-ikit-íkit) dáyun nátù, If there is something he wants to ask for, he will hang around you all the time.


iklas

Cebuano

n. first grader. Kadakù na nímu unyà iklas pa gihápun ka? How big you are, yet you are still in the first grade! v. be a first grader.


iklipsi

Cebuano

see iskalipsi.


iklisyastiku

Cebuano

a. ecclesiastical.


ikmat

Cebuano

see igmat.


iknat

Cebuano

v. 1. raise the eyebrows. Miiknat (naiknat) ang kílay sa táwu tungud sa túmang kahibū́ng, The man raised his eyebrows in bewilderment; 2. see ínat; 3. stitch wrinkles into a piece of cloth. Ayawg iknáta (iiknat) pagtahì ang panaptun, Don’t stitch the cloth in such a way that it becomes wrinkled; a. stitched with wrinkles.


ikog

Cebuano

n. tail


iks

Cebuano

n. 1. one’s ex-boy friend or girl friend. Wà na tagda si Níta sa íya iks, Nita’s ex- (boy friend) no longer cares for her; 2. ex-, former. Iks kambik (kanbik, kumbik), Ex-convict. Iks prisidinti, Ex-president. Iks suldyir, Veteran, esp. of the old American soldiers who settled in the Philippines in the early 1900’s.


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