List of Cebuano words starting with the letter M - Page 77

maliputon

Cebuano

treacherous



malisod

Cebuano

acute


malisod

Cebuano

complex


malisod sabton

Cebuano

complex


malisud

Cebuano

adj. difficult


malisud

Cebuano

adj. grave


malisud

Cebuano

adj. hard


malisud

Cebuano

adj. torturous


malisud sabton

Cebuano

abstract


malisud sabton

Cebuano

abstruse


malisud sabton

Cebuano

obscure


malisya

Cebuano

n. 1. awareness of sex. Dúna na siyay malisya kay dì na man maghúbù ug malígù, She is already aware of her sex because she won’t bathe in the nude any longer; 2. bad thoughts regarding sex. Ug way malisya, ngánung miagik-ik man ka? If you are not harboring evil thoughts, why are you snickering? 3. ill will. Way malisya ang ákung paghátag niíni, There’s no ill intent in my giving this to you; 4. bad omen, usually of death or misfortune; v. send such an omen. Nagmalisya siya únà mamatay. Nagpakítà únà siya sa íyang mga anak nga túa sa Amirika, He sent an omen before he died. He appeared to his children in America. malisyúsa see malisyúsu (female). malisyúsu a. 1. conscious of sex in an unwholesome way. Ngánung dì ka man pagúnit? Kamalisyúsu gud nímu! Why don’t you want me to touch your hands? How sex-conscious you are! 2. maliciously done, out of ill will. Malisyúsung mga pasángil nga way gipasikáran, Malicious and baseless accusations; v. 1. be, become sex conscious in an unwholesome way; 2. become malicious in behavior.


málit

Cebuano

n. mallet.


malíta

Cebuano

n. suitcase; v. carry a suitcase. Magmalíta lang ku kay daghan kug dalhunun, I’ll take a suitcase because I have so many things to take.


malitin

Cebuano

n. 1. a leather bag designed to hold medicine and some medical instruments; 2. a small suitcase.


malitok

Cebuano

v. express


malitok

Cebuano

v. pronounce


malitok

Cebuano

v. say


malmal

Cebuano

v. 1. beat someone up, usually in the mouth. Akuy mimalmal sa irù nga mikáun sa isdà, I gave the dog that ate the fish a sound beating; 2. use something or scold someone abusively. Natural nagubà ang makinilya kay gimalmal, Of course he broke the typewriter because he abused it. Malmálun kag kasábà bísag gamayng sayup, You get abusive scoldings for the slightest mistakes.


malmal

Cebuano

v. be taught, rehearsed, or be inculcated to a high degree. Namalmal mig maáyu sa ininglis kay Amirkánu ámung maistru, We were taught English thoroughly because our teacher was an American. Malmálun nátù ang bátà sa bili sa pagdagínut, We will inculcate the value of thrift in the children’s minds.


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