List of Cebuano words starting with the letter M - Page 189

musika

Cebuano

n. music.



musikal

Cebuano

n musical film.


musikero

Cebuano

n. musician


musiko

Cebuano

musician


musiku

Cebuano

n. music band. Mitukar ang musiku ug usa ka martsa, The band played a march; v. provide a band. musikíra see musikíru (female). musikíru n. 1. musician; 2. member of a band; v. be a musician or member of a band.


musimus

Cebuano

a. being of the poorest and lowest class (derogatory term). Musimus giyud nga pagkatáwu dì kahibawu mugámit ug kutsára, He was born in a stable. He doesn’t even know how to use a spoon; v. be, become lowly and looked down upon. Ug mutumpang ka ánang way grádu, mamusimus ka sad, If you step into the gutter to fight with that ignoramus, you’ll bring yourself down to his level.


musiyo

Cebuano

n. museum


muskatil

Cebuano

n. muscatel wine.


muskit

Cebuano

n. 1. a ship cook’s helper. Ang muskit mauy katábang sa kusiníru, The ship cook’s helper gives the cook assistance; 2. cook who is hired or just offers his services for a special occasion. Mau nay ámung muskit káda pyista, He is our cook every fiesta; 3. the one who is it (the server) in a game of takyan or marbles; v. 1. be, become a cook for a special occasion; 2. make a person remain it for a long time. Muskítun kug maáyu si Pidru. Lagyuun nákug pátid ang takyan, I’ll make Pedro be it for a long time. I’ll kick the shuttlecock far away.


muskitíru

Cebuano

n. mosquito net; v. put up, use a mosquito net; make into a mosquito net. Magmuskitíru ta kay daghang namuk, We have to put up a mosquito net because there are lots of mosquitoes. — ug tabla v. be dead (lit. wearing a wooden mosquito net). Ug dì ka muhúnung ug ínum magmuskitíru kag tabla, If you don’t stop drinking, you will wind up in a coffin (wearing a wooden mosquito net).


muskubádu

Cebuano

n. raw, unrefined sugar.


a. muscular, brawny. Dì siya musúkul nímu kay muskuládu ka, He won’t fight with you because you are brawny; v. be, become muscular.


Muslim

Cebuano

n. Muslim


musmus

Cebuano

v. 1. push someone’s face hard against something Imusmus ku nang nawung mu sa bungbung, I’m going to push your face against the wall; 2. fall down hard hitting one’s face on something Nadalispang siya ug namusmus sa lápuk, He slipped and fell down face first in the mud.


mustása

Cebuano

n. mustard, commonly raised as a vegetable: Brassica integrifolia.


mustra

Cebuano

n. explanation by example, showing how something is or works. Mustra kun unsáun pagbúhat ang plánu sa balay, A demonstration on how to make the plans of a house. Mustra lang kini. Dílì ibaligyà, This is just a sample for display. It is not for sale; v. demonstrate how to do something -dur(→) n. mannequin or showcase used to display.


músu

Cebuano

v. 1. hire oneself out to do a piece of work. Bugas ang gisúhul sa nagmúsu ug gúna, The man who did the weeding was given rice in compensation; 2. hire a work animal. Íyang karabaw mauy átung imúsu (musúhan) sa dáru, We will hire his carabao; n. someone or something hired out. pa- v. 1. hire someone 2. hire one’s work animal out to someone else.


musulíyu

Cebuano

n. mausoleum.


musyun

Cebuano

n. motion in a meeting of a voting body; v. make a motion.


mut-uk

Cebuano

(from but-uk) v. be dumbfounded, be struck speechless because of the sudden impact of words or events. Hingmut-ukan (namut-ukan) ku sa ímung nutisya kay mu rag dì katuúhan ang nahitabù, I was struck dumb by your news because it sounded unbelievable.


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