List of Cebuano words starting with the letter I - Page 4

ibrainwash

Cebuano

brainwash



ibud

Cebuano

v. 1. put grain before fowl to feed them; 2. feed grains into a stone mill; 3. put grains into a hole in the ground to plant them; n. grains, feed for fowls.


íbug

Cebuano

a. attracted. Íbug ku sa íyang sinínà, I am very much attracted to her dress; v. 1. be attracted. Naíbug aku sa ímung sapátus, I am attracted to your shoes. Gikaibgan (naibgan) ku ang íyang kagwápu, I was attracted to his handsomeness; 2. see paíbug. ibug-ibug v. tempt. Nag-ibug-ibug ka lang nákù niánang manggang hilaw, You’re tempting me with those green mangoes. pa-(→), pa- v. 1. entice someone to do something by showing him something Paibgi (paibúgi) nà siyag liníkit, Entice him with a roll of bills; 2. cause someone to want something Paibgun ka lang. Dì ka tagáan, I’ll just entice you. I won’t give you any. paN- v. for pregnant women to have an intense liking for something Naliwat sa munyíka ang ílang anak kay mau may gipangibúgan sa íyang asáwa, Their baby looked like a doll because the wife had developed a strong fondness for it during her pregnancy. ka- n. attraction to something kailibgan see maka-r-, 2. kailibgun n. thing that arouses desire. Daghang kailibgun sa Magalyánis, There are lots of things to arouse your desire downtown. ma-un, maibgánun, mailibgun a. attracted to. Maibúgun (maibgánun, mailibgun) kaáyu siya sa mga malahálung aláhas, She is strongly attracted to expensive jewelry. maka-r- a. 1. capable of causing attraction. Ang íyang kaanyag makaiíbug, She has a magnetic beauty; 2. capable of causing envy.


ibul

Cebuano

see kibul.


íbus

Cebuano

n. winged insect shaped like an ant.


íbus

Cebuano

v. cook food wrapped in coconut leaves in long sticks; n. food so cooked, most frequently a tidbit consisting of sticks of sticky rice with coconut and sugar.


ibut

Cebuano

v. 1. pull out something rooted, stuck into something Nag-ibut siya sa íyang búngut, He is pulling out his whiskers. Giibut níya ang lansang, He pulled the nail out; 2. for copulating things to get apart. Ang duha ka irù nag-íbut, The two dogs are stuck after copulating; 3. draw a weapon on one. Giibtan ku níyag pusil, He drew a gun on me; a. pulled out. -in- n. rice seedlings.


ibutang

Cebuano

lay


ibutang

Cebuano

put


ibutang

Cebuano

set


ibutones

Cebuano

n. button


ibyuk

Cebuano

n. sugar palm, a kind of palm resembling the coconut, the frond fibers and midribs of which are made into brooms. Toddy and vinegar are also obtained from it: Arenga pinnata.


ibyus

Cebuano

a. tapering at the top like a cone or funnel. Ibyus ug tudlù, Having long tapering fingers; v. be tapering. Mag-ibyus ang dáhun sa ságing basta dílì pa mabukhad, The young leaves of the banana are narrow at the top before they spread out into a leaf.


id-id

Cebuano

v. rub oneself on something Iid-id ang ímung bukubuku sa sandigánan, Rub your back against the chair.


ída

Cebuano

see bwilta.


idad

Cebuano

age


idad

Cebuano

n. age. Pilay ímung idad karun? How old are you now? mayur di- of legal age. minur di- under legal age. may — be quite old. May idad na ang ákung inahan, My mother is quite old now. — nga makalilínga adolescence, so-called because it is the age in which the child is confused as to whether he is an adult or a child. idad-idaran a. middle-aged. Idad-idaran na ku kay kwarinta na, I am middle-aged now because I am forty; v. 1. be (so-and-so) old. Sa nag-idad kug syíti anyus, When I was seven years old; 2. become, be made aged. Ang íyang nawung miidad kaáyu tungud sa nahitabù, Her face aged terribly because of what happened; 2a. keep a borrowed thing too long (have them grow old on one). Iúlì na nang ímung hinuwaman, nangidad na lang nà dihà, Return it to the person you borrowed it from. You’ve had it too long; 3. be (so-and-so) long, last. Nag-idad na run ug pitu ka túig sukad sa ámung panagbúlag, It has been seven years since we separated. Wà pa gánì maidari ug tulu ka búwan ang íyang panirbisiyu, His service did not even last for three months. paN-, pangidarun n. see idad n., v1. idaran, maidaran a. old. Idaran (maidaran) na ang íyang napangasáwa apan sapían, The woman he married is old but well-to-do.


idag

Cebuano

v. dodge to avoid being hit by something moving swiftly. Idagi ang íyang tuu, Keep out of the way of his right hand.


idang

Cebuano

n. 1. title for a girl (dialectical). 2. bawdy house so called from a woman called Idang, who ran a notorious bawdy house before the war.


idar-idar

Cebuano

v. be hard-pressed to keep up with lots of work. Nagkaidar-idar siyag sirbi sa mga bisita, She’s going crazy trying to serve all the visitors.


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12


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