List of Cebuano words starting with the letter N - Page 57

nubinta

Cebuano

number ninety. see disiutsu for verb forms.



nubo

Cebuano

shirt


nubo

Cebuano

short


núbù

Cebuano

(from lanúbù) v. make something go far. Nubúag gámit ang sabun, Use the soap sparingly.


nubù

Cebuano

see mubù.


nubya

Cebuano

n. 1. fiancee; 2. bride; v. become, be one’s bride. Kun akuy manubya, kuntúdu giyud ang ákung kasal, When I become a bride, my wedding will be on a grand scale.


nubyimbri

Cebuano

n. November; v. see abril.


nubyu

Cebuano

n. 1. fiance; 2. bridegroom.


nudnud

Cebuano

v. 1. rub on with moderate pressure. Nudnúrig kandílà ang utaw, Rub wax on the iron; 2. impose a discriminating burden or imposition. Mau pay pubri ku, inudnud pa giyud tag palukat ug lisinsya, Poor as I am, I still have to pay for a license.


núdul sup

Cebuano

n. noodle soup.


nuebe

Cebuano

nine


nueve

Cebuano

nine


nugbù

Cebuano

see mugbù. see mubù.


nuísu

Cebuano

n. in billiards, points not counted. Nuísu ang tiráda kay walà makarambúla, The shot doesn’t count because it wasn’t a carom. — karambúla n. shot that is not a carom.


núka

Cebuano

n. 1. sore, infection on the skin, not of great size; 2. north wind pieces in mahjong (slang for nurti); v. become a sore. Minúka (nanúka) ang íyang samad, His wound became a sore. (→) v. be affected by sores. Ginuka siya kay dì manghimatíis, He has sores on his legs because he doesn’t wash them. nukaun a. infested with sores.


nukanuk

Cebuano

a. 1. for rain to be steady and continuous, but light; 2. for a war or battle to be off and on, light and dragging. Nukanuk ang inawayan sa girilya, Guerrilla warfare is not steady. It drags on and with heavy fighting interrupted by periods of calm; 3. for persons to be bothersome, pestering, with repeated requests. Nukanuk siya. Káda adlaw túa sa upisína arun paghulam ug kwarta, He is a pest. He comes to the office every day to borrow money.


nukanuka

Cebuano

rash


nukliyar

Cebuano

n. nuclear.


núkus

Cebuano

n. squid. — sa ípil n. kind of small squid with a caudal fin running the length of the body. — tarúrut see tarúrut, n2. nukusnúkus v. keep changing one’s mind about agreeing to something Dì ku gustung magnukusnúkus ka. Muuban kag dílì, Make up your mind once and for all. Are you coming or not? paN- v. go fishing for squids.


núli

Cebuano

n. Rizal’s novel Noli Me Tangere.


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