List of Cebuano words starting with the letter P - Page 383

putru

Cebuano

n. adolescent colt. Muúlag na ning kabayúa ánang bayi kay putru na, This horse will cover that female because it is an adolescent now.



putsíru

Cebuano

n. 1. dish of stewed beef and vegetables; 2. the fleshy part of the leg between the knee and the ankle of a cow. Linat-ang putsíru ang sud-an nátù karun, We have stewed beef shanks for dinner today; v. prepare putsíru.


pútu

Cebuano

a. bankrupt; v. be, become bankrupt. Putúhun man ta ánang ímung bisyu, Your vices will send us to the poorhouse.


pútu

Cebuano

n. cake made of steamed starches, coconut, and other optional ingredients. — nga balanghuy pútu made from shredded cassava. — nga binangkung pútu made from cassava flour. — kutsinta pútu made from ground rice mixed with brown sugar. — máya pútu made from pilit rice and coconut extract. — nga pinalutaw steamed rice cake. — sulut pútu made from cassava flour with water or milk and fried; v. make pútu. paN- v. 1. engage in the business of selling pútu; 2. go s.w. to eat pútu; n. business of selling pútu.


pútù

Cebuano

v. break, cut into lengths. Putúun ku ning káhuy pára sa halígi, I’ll cut this timber into lengths for the posts; n. a length of something cut from a bigger or longer piece.


putud

Cebuano

see putul.


putugrapiku

Cebuano

n. photographer; v. be, become a photographer.


putugrapu

Cebuano

n. photograph.


putuk

Cebuano

n. small arms, esp. a handgun (slang).


pútuk

Cebuano

see tútuk.


putukputuk

Cebuano

n. rapid beating or throbbing of the heart; v. for the heart to throb. Nagputukputuk ang íyang dughan sa kalípay, Her heart was throbbing with joy.


putul

Cebuano

v. 1. sever with a bladed instrument or by snapping. Dì makaputul ang ákung ngípun sa hílu, My teeth can’t break the thread. Putlag kaduha arun matulu ka pútù, Cut it twice to make three pieces; 1a. cut down. Kinsay nagputul sa mangga? Who cut the mango tree down? 1b. cut something out of something Ákung giputlan ang pálu kay taas ra, I cut a length from the mast because it was too long; 1c. cut something out of something Giputul sa sinsur ang mga báhing law-ay, The censors cut out the lewd parts; 2. break a connection. Giputlan mig sugà, Our electricity was cut off; 3. cut something short. Naputul ang ámung isturya pag-abut sa mga bisíta, Our conversation was cut short by the arrival of the visitors; 3a. put an end to something Putlun ku ang ímung ngil-ad nga batásan, I’ll put a stop to your bad manners; a. 1. something cut off from something or something which had something cut off of it. Putul ug íkug ang irù, The dog has a stubbed tail; 2. the other one of two things which had been cut from one piece. Háin man ang putul ári? Where is the other piece of this stick that had been cut in two? — sa adlaw half a day. — sa píkas a quarter; 3. something said in cutting in. (←) v. divide something into, between two. Magpútul ta ánang isdà, Let us divide that fish between us; n. — ug tinái sibling. Pútul mu ug tinái, búsà ayaw mu pag-áway, You are sisters, so don’t quarrel. putulputul v. cut into small pieces. putulpútul v. be intermittently discontinuous; a. intermittent, discontinuous. Putulpútul man tung salída nga sikan ran, The second-run movie kept being interrupted. ig-(←) ug tinái n. relative. Igpútul ku siya ug tinái, She is my relative. ka-, ka-(←) n. the other half of a piece cut off.


putung

Cebuano

a. 1. quick-tempered, immediately resorting to violence when provoked; 2. (verb) lang ug — do something in a rage without the slightest thought of changing one’s mind. Kun mulagiw ka, kágiw lámang ug putung, kay kun mubálik ka patyun ta ka, If you run away, run away and don’t ever think of coming back, for if you do, I will kill you.


pútung

Cebuano

v. tie something around the head. Nagpútung ug tualya ang draybir, The driver tied a towel around his head. Gipútung sa babáyi ang íyang buhuk, The woman knotted her hair at the top of her head. (→) something worn wrapped around the head; v. make something into a headband, bandana, or the like. -in- n. something tied around the head.


putuputu

Cebuano

n. the smallest pieces of banana located at the tip of the bunch, usually the last two or three hands; a. persons that are short in height and small in build (humorous colloquial).


putus

Cebuano

n. 1. wrapper; 1a. membranous covering of organs or parts of organs in the body of animals; 2. small bundle, package; 3. male genitalia (humorous). Mihulma nang putus mu ánang hugut nímung karsúnis, Your pants are so tight they show your genitals; 4. an infant born wrapped inside a thin membranous covering which must be pinched open to save the infant from suffocating. A baby born in this manner is said to be likely to grow into a strong and quick-tempered adult; v. 1. wrap something Unsa may ímung gipustan (giputus) sa kík? What did you use to wrap the cake? 2. be full of or covered with. Naputus ang bátà sa núka, The child is covered with sores. Pustun tikag haluk, I will smother you with kisses. paN- pack up for a journey. Mamutus na ku pára sa byáhi, I’ll pack up for the trip.


putustǎt

Cebuano

n. photostat; v. make a photostatic copy.


putut

Cebuano

a. full-grown person that is short; v. be, become a short person. Naputut ku kay putut man ang ákung nánay, I am short because my mother was short. (←), ka-(←) v. be short (said in derision).


pútut

Cebuano

n. 1. a small coconut. Maáyu pay maglána kag pútut, It is about as easy as extracting coconut oil from the small fruit (i.e. impossible); v. 1. bearing forth small coconuts. Mipútut (namútut) na ang lubi. Dì na madúgay may butung, The coconut tree has nuts. We’ll have young coconut to eat soon; 2. for flowers to form buds. Musúgud nag pangalimyun ug mupútut (mamútut) na ang búwak, A flower begins to smell sweet when it begins to form buds. -un a. young, inexperienced, and uninitiated (literary). Sa putútung salabútan, In the young, innocent mind.


pútut

Cebuano

see bantut, v2. -un see bantutun, a1.


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