List of Cebuano words starting with the letter I - Page 8

ighahaling

Cebuano

kindling



ighahaling

Cebuano

tinder


ighahapak

Cebuano

n. wedge


igham

Cebuano

v. clear the throat. Miigham (nangigham) siya arun pagdápit sa ákung pagtagad, He cleared his throat in order to attract my attention; n. sound or action of clearing the throat.


ighuhupay

Cebuano

tranquilizer


ígi

Cebuano

v. drive someone away from the place he is staying. Mangígi bísan ug kaugalíngung anak, He would drive even his own son out. Kun dílì mu makabayad sa ábang karung buwána, igíhan mu na nákù, If you don’t pay the rent this month, I will evict you. igihan a. fond of driving people out.


igíik

Cebuano

v. creak, squeak, squeal. Miigíik ang sira kay tayaun, The door creaked because it was rusty. Nag-igiik ang bábuy, The pig is squealing; n. high-pitched creaking, squeaking, or squealing sound.


ígik

Cebuano

v. for pigs to squeal. Miígik ang bábuy kay wà hilawgi, The pig squealed because no one had fed it yet; n. squealing of a pig.


igip

Cebuano

v. take pains to get something not worth going after. Dúgay silang manira kay nag-igip sa pila ka sintábus nga hálin, They close up shop late because they don’t want to miss out on the few pennies they can make by staying open late.


ígit

Cebuano

v. 1. have a watery diarrhea. Nakaigit ku, ábi kug utut lang tu, I thought I was just going to break wind, but I actually had a watery bowel movement. Giígit (nag-ígit) ku kay wà kahilísi, I have diarrhea because I have indigestion; 2. do something physical with difficulty. Makaigit man lang ta sa kabug-at niíni, We’re going to have a rough time (literally, defecate water) lifting this thing. (→) n. 1. soft feces; 2. stick-in-the-mud. Igit kaáyu nà siya uy. Dì mukúyug nákù sa parti, She is a stick-in-the-mud. She won’t go to the party with me. 3. — ra insignificant, nothing as compared with. Igit ra ka níyang mutayip, You’re nothing (lit. watery feces) compared to her when it comes to typing; 3a. expression of derision or contempt. Ábi níyag mahaylu ku sa íyang awtu. Igit! He thought I would be lured by his car. Shoot! Igít, wà na pud kaigù, You’re full of it! You missed again. kaigit-igit v. have extreme difficulty with something Nagkaigit-igit mi adtung iksamína, We had a hell of a time with that exam.


igka-

Cebuano

1. see inigka-; 2. alternant of the future and subjunctive inflectional affix ika-, added to the same verbs to which ig- is added (meaning 1). Wà ku siya igkakítà, I didn’t happen to meet him.


igkalkulo

Cebuano

calculator


igkam

Cebuano

see igtam.


igking

Cebuano

not


igking

Cebuano

v. jerk with a start, be taken aback. Miigking (naigking) siya sa dihang nahikapan ang íya samput, She was startled when someone touched her buttocks.


igkiskiskis

Cebuano

scraper


igkita

Cebuano

v. seen


igkukutlo

Cebuano

picker


iglilinaw

Cebuano

tranquilizer


iglilinis

Cebuano

cleaner


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