List of Cebuano words starting with the letter I - Page 86

iyang

Cebuano

[pron., third person singular (he/she/it, his/her), genitive or possessive case] his



iyang

Cebuano

hers


iyang

Cebuano

his


pron. itself


n. herself


pron. himself


iyása

Cebuano

see iása.


iyat

Cebuano

a. 1. snobbish, unwilling to mix with people deemed inferior. Iyat na siya kay naidukar man sa syudad, She is snobbish now because she went to school in the city; 2. choosy, unwilling to take something one deems not up to his class. Iyáta nímu uy, dì ka man musakay ug paráda, My, how choosy you are. You won’t ride on a rig; v. become snobbish or choosy and particular.


iyawan

Cebuano

see awayan. see áway.


iyáwat

Cebuano

for something small to be of some use. Díay diyis iyáwat na lang ning ikapugung sa gútum, Here’s ten cents. Perhaps this might help stave off hunger. Dì ku ibaligyà ning yútà. Iyáwat ra ni sa ákung mga anak, I won’t sell this piece of land. It will surely be of use for my children; v. make good use of something one has little of or can only get in limited quantities. Mag-iyáwat ka sa dáan mung sapátus, Wear your old shoes to economize. Iyawáta ang ímung panahug tuun, Make good use of your limited time by studying. (→) 1. see iyáwat; 2. do something in order to save on something or get something not readily available. Mikúyug siya nákù kay nangiyawat nga malibri sa plíti, He came along with me because he could save by having me pay the fare. Miapil siya sa tím kay giiyawat ang unipurmi, He joined the team to get a free uniform.


iyot

Cebuano

coitus


iyù

Cebuano

n. term of address or title for a man much older than the speaker; v. call someone by this title. Iyù Hantuy Uncle John, the imaginary character representing the Filipino people (something like the American Uncle Sam). Gituntu si Iyù Hantuy sa mga pulitiku, Politicians are taking advantage of Uncle John.


Iyurúpa

Cebuano

see urúpa.


íyut

Cebuano

v. have sexual intercourse with (avoided word). Ikay nag-iyut sa míd? Did you screw the maid? íyut ta, yuta coarse interjection of disbelief. Yuta! Mu nay íyang gisulti apan dì ku mutúu, My foot! That’s what he says, but I don’t believe it. pala-(→) a. having great appetite for screwing.


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