List of Cebuano words starting with the letter M - Page 114

marhin

Cebuano

n. indention



mari

Cebuano

see kumári.


maribágu

Cebuano

n. kind of shrub of the seashore: Hibiscus tiliaceus.


maribuhuk

Cebuano

see agúhu.


mariguld

Cebuano

see ahítu.


marihwána

Cebuano

n. marijuana.


márik

Cebuano

n. pickax; v. do something with a pickax.


marika

Cebuano

see umari ka. see ari.


marína

Cebuano

n. collar in a woman’s dress. Taúri unyag marína ang ákung sinínà, Attach a collar to my dress; v. 1. attach, make a collar; 2. make into a collar.


marinero

Cebuano

n. seaman


mariníra

Cebuano

n. sailor’s collar or the middy collar on a woman’s dress; v. make a middy collar.


marínu

Cebuano

n. sailor on a merchant ship or in the navy or soldier assigned on a boat; v. be a sailor. Magmarínu kang dagatun ka man? You want to be a sailor even if you easily get seasick? asul — navy blue. mariníru see marínu.


maripúsa

Cebuano

n. a kind of orchid that has flowers that look like white butterflies, branching in sprays: Phalaenopsis amabilis.


marísi

Cebuano

see mirísi.


Maríya

Cebuano

name Mary. — klára 1. character in Rizal’s Noli Me Tangere who embodied the traditionally praised feminine virtues of modesty and shyness; 2. traditional nineteenth century costume with a full skirt and low-cut blouse worn with a triangularly-folded kerchief; v. behave like or act the role of Maria Clara; 2. wear the Maria Clara. — Santisima n. The Blessed Virgin Mary. Santa — n. mildly profane exclamation of discomfiture. buhuk ni — see maribuhuk. see agúhù.


maríya buhuk

Cebuano

see maribuhuk. see agúhù.


mariyal

Cebuano

see máha riyal. see máha.


marka

Cebuano

n. 1. a visible trace or impression on a surface. Dúnay mga marka sa tiil sa kawatan didtu, The burglar left footprints over there; 2. a brand, label or sign printed, written, or stamped on something Unsay marka ánang ribintadúra? What brand are those firecrackers? 3. grade in school. Pagtuun pag-áyu arun muísa ang marka mu sa klási, Study hard so that your grades will get better; v. 1. put a mark on. Kinsay nagmarka áning ákung libru? Who put a mark in my book? Markáhan sa mga inspiktur ang karni únà ibaligyà, The meat inspectors will first stamp a mark on the meat before having it sold; 2. for a meter to give an indication, read. Nagmarka nag utsinta ang dágan sa awtu, The speedometer already read eighty; 3. be eyed for a purpose. Gimarkáhang patyun, Marked for assassination. Sapátus nga gimarkáhan níyang palitun, Shoes which he has long been having his eye on. — bulkan n. twenty-peso bill (slang—so called from the picture of Mount Mayon that was on the back of the bill in former times). — dimunyu n. strong liquor, so called from a brand of strong liquor which has the picture of the devil on it. — kalabíra n. the skull markings on the container of highly poisonous matter; v. be dead (slang). Biyà sa ínum arun dì ka mamarka kalabíra ug sayu, Stop drinking or you will die young.


marka

Cebuano

n. brand


marka

Cebuano

n. indication


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