List of Cebuano words starting with the letter M - Page 172

misirinúbis

Cebuano

Cebuano pronunciation of miserere nobis in the litany of the Rosary.



mísis

Cebuano

n. 1. Mrs., title given to a married woman; 2. one’s wife. Siya ang mísis ni Tínung, This is Tinong’s wife; v. call someone Mrs.; be, become Mrs. (→) voc. short form: sis. Ása ka, sis? Where are you going, Ma’am?


misis

Cebuano

n. Mrs.


misis

Cebuano

n. wife


misis

Cebuano

n. wife; spouse


mísis

Cebuano

see mis.


misíta

Cebuano

see lamisíta.


misítas

Cebuano

see masítas. misitasan see masitasan.


misitíra

Cebuano

see masitíra. see masítas.


misíyas

Cebuano

n. Messiah. Si Kristu ang Misíyas, Christ, the Messiah.


misiyun

Cebuano

n. 1. a series of special exercises getting the people in an area to fulfill their church obligations. Magsúgud na karung adláwa ang misiyun sa simbahan, The church mission will start today; 2. foreign missionary. Misiyun ang nagdala ánang simbahána, A missionary is running that church; 3. mission for which someone is being sent. Unsay ímung misiyun pag-adtu sa Amirika? What is your purpose in going to America? v. hold a church mission s.w. to get the parishioners to fulfill their religious obligations. -aryu, -íru n. missionary; v. be, become a missionary.


miskínu

Cebuano

a. in small quantities, scarce. Miskínu ang túbig tungud sa húlaw, There’s very little water because of the drought. Miskínu ang taksi dinhing dapíta, Taxis are scarce in this area. Miskínu sila mupakáun sa ílang mga kasíra, They feed their boarders in a niggardly way; v. get to be scarce, small in quantities. Mumiskínu (mamiskínu) ang ímung ginastuhan ug maminyù ka, You won’t spend on such a big scale once you get married.


miskla

Cebuano

see mikskla.


mismis

Cebuano

n. particles of yellowish substance sticking to the face after sleep, hardened mucus from the eyes or mouth; v. cause, have such substances on the face. Panghilam-us kay gimismis ka, Wash your face because you have mucus on your face.


mismo

Cebuano

adj. oneself


mismo

Cebuano

adj. personally


mismo

Cebuano

themselves


mismo

Cebuano

yourself


mismu

Cebuano

1. with nouns or pronouns referring to a person: even (so-and-so). Sa klin-ap wik ang mismu nga mga tituládu manilhig, During Clean-up Week even white collar workers sweep. Aku mismu many milútù niíni, I cooked this myself. walay — not even this little bit. Way mismung usa ka dakù ang íyang gitábang nákù, He didn’t even give me a single penny in help; 2. with forms referring to a place: right in (such-and-such) a place. Sa Maníla mismu may mga Huk, There are Huks right in Manila. Didtu mismu siya mamatay, He died right in that place; 2a. karun, awra — right this very moment. Karun mismu nag-íhap na sila sa mga balúta, Right this very moment they are counting the ballots.


mister

Cebuano

n. husband


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