List of Cebuano words starting with the letter I - Page 43

ingit

Cebuano

v. disappoint someone by not giving him what he expected. Ayaw ug túu nga hatágan ka kay ingitun ka lang, Don’t believe that you will get any because you will be disappointed.



ingkáhi

Cebuano

n. fine lace; v. decorate clothing with lace. Iningkahíang sinínà, A shirt trimmed with lace.


ingkanto

Cebuano

fairy


ingkantohanan

Cebuano

adj. magical


ingkantu

Cebuano

apparitions


ingkantu

Cebuano

n. name given to the weapon belonging to the giant in a moro-moro play, represented by fireworks.


ingkantu

Cebuano

n. supernatural beings that may show themselves in human form, usually handsome, European in appearance. They are said to live in dákit (banyan) trees or other natural features, and are harmless, but may take a liking to a human, having intercourse with him or kidnapping him. One can obtain the release of a kidnapped person by annoying the ingkantus, but if he has partaken of their food, he is unrecoverable. They inflict illness on anyone who disturbs their dwelling place. anak sa — albino person (thought to be the offspring of an ingkantu father and a human mother). ingkantuhánun see ingkantu. ingkantádu, ingkantáda n. 1. belonging to an ingkantu. 2. having special, magical properties.


ingkarga

Cebuano

n. materials or provisions issued to personnel; v. supply materials or provisions. Ingkargáhan (ingkargadúhan) ug yunipurmi ang mga witris, The waitresses are provided with uniforms. -da, -du see ingkarga.


ingkargáda

Cebuano

see ingkargádu (female).


ingkargádu

Cebuano

n. person who is in charge of an enterprise or household in the absence of the owner; the overseer. Si Simyun ang ingkargádu ni Dun Manúlu sa íyang asyinda, Simeon is the overseer of Don Manolo’s plantation; v. be put in charge.


ingkárids

Cebuano

v. encourage.


ingkib

Cebuano

n. bite


ingkib

Cebuano

nibble


ingkib

Cebuano

v. bite something off. Ingkíba lang nang tansan kay way abridur, Just bite off the bottle cap because we don’t have an opener; n. bite.


ingkit

Cebuano

a. fingers which are joined congenitally together. Upat ray íyang tudlù kay ingkit man ang kumingking sa paningsíngan, He has only four fingers because his little finger is joined to his ring finger.


ingkit

Cebuano

v. bite off a small piece with the front teeth; n. bite.


ingkitadur

Cebuano

see ingkitar.


ingkitar

Cebuano

v. talk someone into doing something, usually bad. Miingkitar (nangingkitar) siya sa ákung míd sa pagpabalhin sa íla, She lured my maid to move to her house.


ingku

Cebuano

n. title or term of address for a man considerably older than the speaker, usually used to related persons; v. call someone by this term of address.


ingkud

Cebuano

see lingkud (dialectal).


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