List of Cebuano words starting with the letter N - Page 58

núlu

Cebuano

n. null and void; v. 1. nullify. Ginúlu sa huwis ang ílang kasal, The judge annulled their marriage; 2. turn to nothing. Nulúhun lang ang ímung salapì kun muapil ka niánang klasíha sa nigusyu, Your money will disappear into thin air if you engage in that kind of business.



numbrar

Cebuano

see numrǎr. numbramyintu see numramyintu.


numbri

Cebuano

see numri.


numero

Cebuano

n. figure


numero

Cebuano

n. number


numinar

Cebuano

v. nominate. Numinahun (inuminar, numinahan) ta siya pagkasarhintu, Let’s nominate him sergeant-at-arms. numinasyun n. nomination for voting.


numiráwu

Cebuano

a. numbered for easy identification or guidance. Numiráwu ang mga lingkuránan sa awdituryum, The seats in the auditorium are numbered; v. for something to be numbered.


numiru

Cebuano

n. number. — únu n. 1. number one, greatest in degree. Siya ang numiru únung ismaglir sa násud, He is the number one smuggler in the country. Siyay numiru únu sa klási, He’s number one in his class; 2. a favorite girl or boy friend. Daghan túud kug trátu, apan ikay numiru únu, It’s true I have lots of sweethearts, but you are number one. — kwatru sitting with one ankle crossed over the knee. Numiru kwatru ang íyang nilingkuran, He sat down resting his ankle on his knee; v. sit in such a position.


numrǎr

Cebuano

v. 1. appoint. Makalingkud ka na sa katungdánan kay ginumrahan ka sa prisidinti, You can assume office now because the president appointed you; 2. nominate. Ginumrahan aku pagkaprisidinti, I was nominated president. numramyintu n. appointment to public office.


numri

Cebuano

n. 1. name. Ang titulu sa yútà anáa sa numri ni Nánay, The title of the land is in Mother’s name; 2. family name; 3. signature. Gikinahanglan ang ímung numri sa dukumintu, Your signature is needed in the document; v. 1. have or give a name or family name; 2. affix a signature, sign a name. Kinahanglan nga munumri ka sa pírul, You have to sign the payroll.


nung

Cebuano

short for mánung. see mánung.


nungka

Cebuano

1. it will never happen. Muampu ku níya? Nungka! Me, bow to him? Never! Nungka nga muhátag ku níyag danyus, I will never pay him for the damages; 2. rather than (so-and-so), which is worse. Mas báli pag mamatay nungka nga makigminyù ánang animal, I’d rather die than marry that beast.


nunog pamahid

Cebuano

n. rag


nunot

Cebuano

conform


nunot

Cebuano

succumb


adj. periodic


nunut

Cebuano

1. together with. Natundag ang karyir nunut sa daghang ayruplánu nga gidala niíni, The carrier sank together with the planes it was carrying; 2. with (subject) as accompaniment. Nag-áwit kami nunut ang singgit sa hudiyákà, We sang and shouted in merriment; 3. for hair or fibers to be easily workable, amenable, doing others’ bidding. Nunut ang íyang buhuk búsà sayun sudláyun, His hair is easy to work. That’s why it’s easy to comb. Nunut kaáyu kanang kabáwa. Bísan bátà makabalhin, That is a very complaisant water buffalo. Even a child can lead it; v. 1. follow along. Kun mulawig ka, ingun sa mununut usab ang mga pangánud, When you sail, the clouds seem to follow along. Nunta didtu ang libru, Go along with him to get the book; 2. accompany with. Ang kakúgi kinahanglang nuntan ug kaálam, Industry must be accompanied by wisdom; 3. follow a new faith, idea, custom. Makaminyù lang ta kun mununut ka sa ámung rilihiyun, We can get married only if you embrace our religion. pahi-(←) v. go along with an idea, submit oneself to an outside force. Wà siyay dugúkan kay magpahinúnut lang kanúnay sa ámung hukum, He is spineless because he always agrees with our decision without any objections. Gipahinuntan siya sa gustu, She is given her whims. sag-/sig-(←) v. go along with, follow. Misagnúnut ang ákung panan-aw sa milabay nga dalága, My eyes followed the woman who passed by. pasig-/pasag-(←) v. 1. see pahinúnut; 2. see sagnúnut.


nuog

Cebuano

cloth


nuog

Cebuano

rag


nuog

Cebuano

tatter


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