List of Cebuano words starting with the letter S - Page 198

susun

Cebuano

a. close together, in rapid succession. Susun ang mga balay sa syudad, The houses in the city are close to each other; v. do, situate in rapid or close succession. Misusun siya sa íyang inahan ug kamatay, She died soon after her mother died.



susut

Cebuano

a. 1. stunted in growth. Pulus susut ang mga tanum, The plants are all stunted; 2. scarce. Susut ang taksi árung urása, Taxis are scarce round about this time; v. 1. be, become stunted or runty. Mususut ang mga bátà kun paalsáhun ug bug-at, Children will grow up to be stunted if they are made to carry heavy loads. Nagsusut ang mga tanum tungud kay wà abunúhi, The plants were stunted in growth because they weren’t fertilized; 2. be, become scarce. Nasusut ang mga isdà tungud sa dinamíta, Fish have become scarce because of the dynamite fishing.


susyádu

Cebuano

(from susyu) a. having a defect on the surface. Dì na mahálin ang mga prútas nga susyádu, Fruit with defects on the skin is hard to sell. Dì na siyang patabak-un kay susyádu nag bágà, He is not allowed to smoke any more because he has defective lungs; v. be, become defective.


susyal

Cebuano

a. fond of attending social functions; v. be, become fond of attending social gatherings. Burung niadtu si Lurna, karun nasusyal na, Lorna used to be shy but now she has become fond of parties.


susyalayit

Cebuano

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


susyidad

Cebuano

n. 1. society. Susyidad nga maut, Hypocritical society; 2. society, club. Susyidad sa mga kababayin-an, Women’s society. alta — see *alta.


susyu

Cebuano

n. 1. defect or imperfection in a fruit. Kining mga mangga nga may susyu laina kay dílì ibaligyà, Separate these mangoes with imperfections because we won’t sell them; 2. mark, imperfection in something that is supposed to be smooth. Kutsing way susyu, A car without a scratch.


susyu

Cebuano

n. partnership; v. 1. be partners with, make a partner of someone Magsusyu mi si Inting ug ristawrant, Inting and I are partners in a restaurant; 2. organize, contribute to a partnership. ka- n. partner in business.


sút

Cebuano

see súlut.


súta

Cebuano

n. 1. stable boy, groom; 2. the jack of the Spanish cards (number 10); v. 1. be, become a groom; 2. draw a jack.


súta

Cebuano

n. a coat coloration of animals consisting usually of half black and half white fur.


sútà

Cebuano

v. 1. go to find out or verify something Sutáa didtu ug pilay baligyà sa íyang kabáyù, Go and see how much he wants to sell his horse for; 2. have it out with someone to find out who is really who. Sutáun nátù ug kinsay talawan nátung duha, We will have it out and see which of us two is a coward.


sutána

Cebuano

n. 1. priest’s cassock, the soutane; 2. the priestly office. Ánang ímung gibúhat wà lang gánì ka maghunàhúnà sa ímung sutána, When you did that you completely forgot that you were a priest; v. wear, make into a soutane.


sutanghun

Cebuano

n. bean threads or dish made of bean threads; v. make sutanghun.


sutil

Cebuano

a. rebelliously stubborn. Layhan kung mulatigu ánang sutil kaáyu nga bátà, I’d like to whip that stubborn child; v. be, become rebelliously stubborn.


sutil

Cebuano

see limunsítu.


sutsut

Cebuano

catcall


sutsut

Cebuano

v. 1. slurp, eat or drink noisily in a sucking way. Íya lang gisutsut ang usa ka panaksang sabaw, He simply slurped down one bowl of soup; 2. attract someone’s attention with a low interrupted hissing sound, either to call him or reprimand him; n. the hissing or slurping sound of this sort. paN- n. act of hissing at someone


sutuy

Cebuano

v. 1. leave immediately without looking back or saying anything. Misutuy siya ug lakaw kay nangísug tu nákù, He walked straight away without looking back because he was mad at me. 2. zoom or shoot off like a projectile; 3. for a child to slip out easily on delivery. Misutuy lang ang bátà sa pagsakit sa íyang tiyan, The mother had a pain in her stomach, and the baby just slipped out.


suub

Cebuano

n. 1. pointed stake made of a length of thinnish species of bamboo (bagákay) put in the bottom of pit traps; 2. a spear fashioned in the same way; v. make into a stake or spear.


194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202


a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w y z