List of Cebuano words starting with the letter S - Page 199

súub

Cebuano

see sul-ub, v. (→) see sul-ub, n.



suud

Cebuano

a. 1. close in space or time. Suud na kaáyu ang adlaw sa kasal, The wedding day is near. Ang baril sa gasulína suud ra kaáyu sa dapug, The gasoline barrel is a bit too near the stove; 2. intimate. Suud kaáyu ming amígu, We are very intimate friends; v. place, be set closely. Suúrun ta nig butang arun dílì magkabulagbulag, Let’s place these close together so they won’t get separated; 2. be, become intimate, close to. Dílì ku makigsúud sa tabian, I don’t want to be intimate with a gossip. ka- banay n. close relative. Ákù gihápun siyang kasúud bánay kay mag-ágaw mi, He is still a close relative because we are cousins.


suudsúud

Cebuano

v. mimic someone usually to make fun of him. Nagsuudsúud ang bátà sa nagdiskursu, The child is mimicking the man delivering a speech. Suudsuúrun ku siya arun manuyù, I’ll mimic her so she’ll get angry.


suuk

Cebuano

n. 1. corner, the inside space. Suuk sa kaban, Corner of a trunk; 2. a remote secluded place. Suuk tung íla sa iskwátir, They live deep in the squatter area; 3. in recesses of one’s thoughts. Sa mga suuk sa ímung kunsyinsiya, In the recesses of your conscience; 4. foul smell characteristic of a dank, dirty corner. Pag-ílis gánig sinínà, nanimáhù ka lang suuk dà, Change into something clean. You smell like a dank and dirty corner; v. be put at the corner or in a remote secluded place. paN-(←) n. wisdom tooth; v. grow a wisdom tooth. ka-an n. remote out-of-the-way places of something Íyang gisangyaw ang balità sa kasuukan sa ginharían, He spread the news to the remote corners of the kingdom.


suul

Cebuano

v. 1. for an illness or bad behavior that recurs at intervals to recur. Misuul na pud ang íyang kabúang, His foolishness is showing itself again. Gisul-an na pud siya sa íyang húbak, He is having an attack of asthma again; 2. have a stomach ache. Ug magsuul pa nang ímung tiyan, tumar áning tambal, If your stomach still hurts, take this medicine; n. stomach pain. — sa irù very painful stomach cramps believed to be a kabúhì which has found its way into the pit of the stomach. sulul-an, sul-ánun a. prone to having recurring sicknesses or emotional derangements.


súul

Cebuano

v. wear, put something on. Ngánung nagsúul ka mag bulingun? Why are you wearing dirty clothes?


suun

Cebuano

v. 1. fill up a hole, cavity with solid objects. Siyay misuun ug balas sa ímung sapátus, He filled your shoes with sand. Sun-ig batu ang mga láta, Fill the cans with stones; 2. see sul-ut, 2.


suun

Cebuano

v. 1. imitate, adopt a fad or mannerism. Dílì ku musuun sa mga bag-ung múda sa pamisti, I will not follow the new dress styles. Sayun ra ning baylíha, sun-a lang ang ákung lákang, This dance is easy; just follow my steps; 2. wear something belonging to someone else. Sun-un ang ákung sinínà sa ákung manghud, My younger sister will wear my dress.


súung

Cebuano

see sul-ung.


suung

Cebuano

v. go, swim under something that is not far above one’s head. Misuung siya sa awtu pagtan-aw ug wà ba mabálì ang mwilyi, He crawled under the car to see if the spring hadn’t broken. Dílì ka makasuung sa pantalan kay daghang sisi didtu, You can not swim under the wharf because there are lots of sharp shellfish there. sung-anay n. method of punishing the losers in a group game by making them crawl between the legs of the winners standing in a line; v. impose this punishment on the loser. suungsúung see sung-anay. sung-unun a. for something to be so low one has to bend his head passing under it.


suup

Cebuano

v. look and hear covertly to gather information. Hadluk ka nga musuup (manuup) sa ímung asáwa, You’re scared to spy on your wife. Unsay ímung gipanupan dihà? What are you spying on there?


suut

Cebuano

n. arthritic pains, usually in the finger joints; v. have arthritic pains, esp. in the finger joints.


súut

Cebuano

see sul-ut.


súut

Cebuano

v. 1. pass or force one’s way through tall objects. Dílì ta makasúut dihà kay bagà ang mga bágun, We cannot get through there because the vines are very thick; 2. penetrate, pass through pores. Ang bulà sa Rinsu musúut giyud sa lugas sa panaptun, Rinso suds really penetrate the fibers of the cloth.


súuy

Cebuano

n. 1. the edible flesh of the jackfruit (nangkà) which encloses the seed; 1a. name given in some localities to the jackfruit itself; 2. the inedible pulp of the jackfruit which surrounds the edible flesh; 2a. undeveloped seed of fruit which is small and flat, and analogous to the inedible pulp of the jackfruit.


suwà

Cebuano

n. general term for various sour, fragrant citrus fruits with a taste similar to lime and thick peels that adhere to the flesh, varying in size from the tiny samuyaw to the byásung. suwàsuwà n. bush bearing leaves with an odor like citrus and small mucilagenous berries, red when ripe: Triphasia trifolia.


suwa

Cebuano

n. lemon


suwa

Cebuano

n. word to drive away chickens.


suwà

Cebuano

see sulà.


suwa-

Cebuano

for words with suwa- see also sula- and swa-.


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