List of Cebuano words starting with the letter I - Page 64

isirado

Cebuano

shut



iskabitsi

Cebuano

n. escabeche, fried fish with a sour sauce; v. make escabeche.


iskála

Cebuano

n. stop-over; v. make a stop-over. Muiskála ang barku sa Kagayan sa dì pa muadtu sa Ilígan, The boat makes a stop-over in Cagayan before proceeding to Iligan.


iskalanti

Cebuano

see kardába.


iskálar

Cebuano

n. recipient of a scholarship; v. be, become a scholarship awardee.


iskalarsyip

Cebuano

n. scholarship.


iskalipsi

Cebuano

n. eclipse; v. be an eclipse.


iskalíra

Cebuano

n. in mahjong, a set of consecutive pieces of the same design, numbered from 1–9. — plásis hand in mahjong consisting of an iskalíra plus two dragúnis or bintus. — ruyal n. hand in mahjong consisting of an iskalíra plus an eye (ay) of the same design as the iskalíra and two other pieces of the same design.


iskalíra

Cebuano

n. staircase.


iskalítur

Cebuano

n. escalator; v. 1. ride the escalator; 2. install an escalator.


iskandalu

Cebuano

a. scandal, scandalous, something that shocks the moral feelings of a community; v. become a scandal, make a scene. Mag-iskandalu kug musyágit kang bayhána ka, I’ll make a scene if you scream, woman. Maiskandalu nang inyung transaksiyun ug hisakpan, Your shady transactions will be a public scandal if you get caught. -sa(←) a. scandalous (female). -su(←) a. scandalous (male).


iskapadur

Cebuano

a. one who gets out of responsibility. Si Lítu iskapadur kaáyu sa trabáhu sa báy, Lito bugs out of household chores. Iskapadur siya sa klási, He cuts classes; v. be, become an evader.


see iskápu, v1, 2, 3.


iskaparáti

Cebuano

n. display window, showcase; v. 1. install a showcase or display window; 2. display something in a showcase.


iskapaturya

Cebuano

n. way of escape. Wà kay iskapaturya ug gipangità kang Al Kapun, There’s no escape if Al Capone is looking for you.


iskápu

Cebuano

v. 1. escape. Gustu siyang muiskápu sa bilangguan, He wants to escape from prison; 2. escape by artful or slippery dodges. Muiskápu giyud siya ug pit-un nag pangutána, He knows how to get out of it if you press him with questions. Dílì ka makaiskápu sa ákung suntuk, You can’t evade my blows; 3. evade responsibilities. Dílì ta makaiskápu sa mga amutan, We can’t evade making our contribution; 4. cut something one is supposed to attend. Kung iskapúhan nímu ang inyung klási suspindirun giyud ka, If you cut classes you’ll be suspended; n. escapee.


iskapularyu

Cebuano

n. two images worn on one’s front and back suspended by pieces of cloth or string, worn as a token of religious devotion; v. wear such images.


iskarp

Cebuano

n. scarf; v. wear a scarf.


iskats

Cebuano

n. scotch whisky. — típ n. scotch tape; v. use scotch tape on.


iskawot

Cebuano

n. scout


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