List of Cebuano words starting with the letter I - Page 67

iskupidur

Cebuano

n. cuspidor; v. 1. provide with a cuspidor; 2. make something into a cuspidor.



iskupíta

Cebuano

n. 1. shotgun; 2. air rifle. (→) v. shoot something with an air rifle or shotgun.


iskúr

Cebuano

n. score, mark to keep tally of. Iskúr sa baskitbúl, Basketball score. Pilay iskúr nímu sa iksámin? What is the mark you got on the examinations? — burd n. scoreboard; v. 1. mark the score; 2. make a point or score. Wà siya makaiskúr sa páwul siyát, He didn’t score a point in the foul shot. -ir(←) n. 1. scorer in a game; 2. third party who tags along on a date (taken from the notion that he has nothing to do but tally the number of kisses—slang); v. 1. be the scorer; 2. be the third party on a date. Maiskúrir lang kag ang kúyug mu managtrátu, You’ll just be an observer if your two companions are lovers.


iskuríya

Cebuano

n. tiny chocolate cups for a thick chocolate drink.


iskursiyun

Cebuano

n. excursion, outing; v. hold an excursion.


iskurt

Cebuano

n. escort, one who accompanies for protection, company, or honor. Wà kuy iskurt sa bayli, I have no escort for the dance; v. act as an escort. Duha ka mutursiklu ang nag-iskurt sa kutsing gisakyan sa artista, Two motorcycles escorted the car the actress was riding in.


iskusya

Cebuano

n. finely-woven, silky cotton thread, used commonly for undershirts; v. wear an escocia undershirt.


iskutinyu

Cebuano

n. counting of votes; v. count the votes.


iskútir

Cebuano

n. child’s scooter or motor scooter; v. ride a scooter.


iskuwadrun

Cebuano

n. squadron, unit of military aviation; v. fly by squadron.


iskuwála

Cebuano

n. try square; v. mark something off with a try square. — nga balay an L-shaped house.


iskuwat

Cebuano

v. attend a class section one is not supposed to. Wà ku makatambung sa klási sa buntag maung miiskuwat (nangiskuwat) ku sa hápun, I missed the morning lecture so I attended the same lecture in the afternoon. -ir(←) n. 1. squatter: a person who stays on land in urban areas which does not belong to him; 2. squatter areas in the city; 3. someone occupying someone else’s seat (humorous); v. 1. be, become a squatter; 2. for a place to turn into a slum area. Maiskuwátir unyà nang plása ug dílì nà anamug papaháwà nang mga nagbarungbárung dihà, The plaza will soon become a squatter area if the shanties are not removed as they are put up. 3. oust squatters and demolish their houses. Iskuwatírun mi sa tag-íya íning yútà, The owner of the land is planning to oust us.


iskuwat

Cebuano

v. squat with the buttocks not resting on anything and standing on the toes. — dyamp n. squat jump; v. do the squat jump.


iskuwir

Cebuano

a. 1. square; 2. being angular, squarely built. Iskuwir kaáyug abága nang tawhána, That man is square-shouldered; 3. fighting fair and square. Way dúmut tung ílang sinumbagay kay iskuwir man, Their fist fight left no ill will between the protagonists because it was a square fight; 4. square brush cut. — bab bobbed hair, cut evenly at the bottom; v. 1. be, become square; 2. make a fight a square one, hold a square fist fight; 3. make a haircut a brush cut; 4. square up accounts, pay debts. Iskuyrun ku na ang ákung útang nimu, I’ll square off my debt to you.


iskuyla

Cebuano

n. 1. school, holding of classes. Way iskuyla basta pista upisiyal, There is no school on an official holiday; 2. pupil, student. Iskuyla siya sa San Husi, She is a student at San José; v. 1. attend classes. Iiskuyla nà nímung gisiun mung púlu? Are you going to school in that torn shirt? 2. study in a certain school or a certain school year. Dì siya muiskuyla sa síkan simistir kay way kwarta, He can’t attend school during the second semester because he has no money; 3. go to the cockpit to bet or see a cockfight (slang). Káda Duminggu muiskuyla siya sa Tipúlu, Every Sunday he goes to the cockpit at Tipolo. pa- v. send someone to school. Paiskuyláhun ku ang ámung mutsatsa, We’re going to send our servant to school. iskuylahan n. 1. school; 2. cockpit (slang).


iskwater

Cebuano

slum


iskwater

Cebuano

slum area


isla

Cebuano

n. island. Tulu ka isla ang naglangkub sa Kamútis, The Camotes consist of three islands.


islag

Cebuano

v. 1. scatter in all directions. Muislag nang duut sa isdà ug ímung labáyug batu, The school of fish will scatter if you throw a stone at them; 2. get scattered out such that it is impossible to gather. Naislag ang íyang mga anak sukad níyang gibyàbyáan ang panimalay, His children have taken to roaming ever since he abandoned his home; 3. run away from, flee from. Miislag sa syudad ang mga kawatan sa siya pay hípi sa kapulisan, The thieves fled from the city when he was the chief of police; 4. drive away. Islága ang mga máya sa humayan, Drive the birds away from the rice field; 5. drive away lonely feelings. Nangítà siyag trabáhu arun maislag ang mga kaláay sa íyang pag-inusára, She looked for a job to drive away loneliness.


islag

Cebuano

v. pound rice, coarse corn grits for a second time. Islagi (islági) ring tipasiun, Pound this partly husked rice. -in-an(→) n. 1. coarse particles of ground or milled corn grits; 2. the portion of sifted rice left after winnowing out the husked grains. -an(→) see inislagan.


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