List of Cebuano words starting with the letter I - Page 6

idugang

Cebuano

append



idukar

Cebuano

v. 1. educate. Idukahun sa gubyirnu ang mga wáy alámag, The government will educate the illiterates; 2. cause someone to become sophisticated. Ang mga parti muidukar (mupaidukar) nímu, Parties can make you sophisticated. idukáda see idukádu (female). idukádu a. 1. educated, sophisticated. Idukádu siya kay swítu sa bag-ung urug, She is sophisticated, because she is right up to date; 2. educated, well-mannered. Idukádu siya kay mangáyug katahúran, He is educated because he greets you; v. become educated. idukadur n. educator; v. be an educator. idukasyun n. education.


idukasya

Cebuano

n. kind of ornamental arum: Anthurium crystallinum.


idulot

Cebuano

v. offer


idulot

Cebuano

v. serve


idulu

Cebuano

n. idol; v. idolize. Daghan ang miidulu ni Núbu Búnu, Many people idolize Novo Bono.


idung

Cebuano

see dúdung.


iduso

Cebuano

push


idyaidya

Cebuano

(from íya—humorous.) Short for idyaidya ahùáhù, so called from the Bohol pronunciation of íya ‘his’ and ákù ‘mine’; a. paying close attention to what belongs to one and making sure that no one else gets benefit from it. Ang ákung bag-ung bayaw idyaidya kaáyug batásan, My new sister-in-law watches what belongs to her very closely; v. put great importance to one’s own things and make sure no one else gets benefit from them. Dì mi makaidyaidya sa amù kay kumunal ang tanang butang gawas sa tutbras, We don’t pay attention to who owns what in our family because we own everything in common except our toothbrushes. — ahùáhù 1. what’s his is his and what’s mine is mine, i.e. see idyaidya.


idyap

Cebuano

a. 1. brisk and lively in motion; 2. trim and smart in dressing; v. 1. for one’s gait to be brisk and lively. Muidyap ang linaktan basta maghayhil, If you wear high heels you have to walk smart and briskly; 2. be trim and smart in dressing. Mag-idyap giyud ang mga asáwa arun dílì hibyaan sa mga bána, Wives should keep themselves trim and smart so that their husbands won’t leave them.


idyaw

Cebuano

see ayaw (dialectical).


idyuk

Cebuano

see ibyuk.


idyukisyun

Cebuano

n. teacher training course.


idyus

Cebuano

see ibyus.


ieproso

Cebuano

leper


ieyenda

Cebuano

n. legend


ig-

Cebuano

1. prefix, alternant of the future and subjunctive nonpotential instrumental prefix i-, used with some verb bases referring to mutual actions referring to the person with whom the action is done. Dúgayng wà ku siya igkítà, I haven’t met him for a long time; 1a. prefix used in Biblical language with certain roots as an alternant of i- in all of its meanings. Birhin Maríya, ig-ampù mu kami, Virgin Mary, pray for us. 2. affix added to roots referring to relationship, referring the person with whom one is in that relationship. Igsúun, One’s sibling. Ig-ágaw, One’s cousin. Dílì ku siya igláin, I am related to him.


ig-

Cebuano

see inig-.


ig-ágaw

Cebuano

see agaw.


ig-ig

Cebuano

v. shake grains or something similar back and forth to separate the fine and the coarse particles or separate impurities. Ig-íga (iig-ig) ring ákung linubuk, Shake out this pounded grain for me.


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