List of Cebuano words starting with the letter S - Page 201

suwipstik

Cebuano

sweepstakes



suwit

Cebuano

switch


n. switch


suwits

Cebuano

n. switch; a device for opening or closing an electric circuit; v. 1. switch something on. Isuwits ang sugà bi, Switch the lights on please; 2. shift from one course of study to another.


súyà

Cebuano

v. feel dislike towards someone out of envy or because of an overbearing, braggart sort of personality. Makasúyà man nang ímung pagkahambugíru, Your bragging makes people resent you. Nasúyà siya nákù kay dílì man giyud siya makalupig, He resents it that he can never beat me.


suyágit

Cebuano

see syágit.


súyak

Cebuano

v. put a spike, thorn, or anything pointed on a path to pierce a foot or tire. Suyákan nátù ang kadaplínan sa gardin, Let’s put pointed stakes all around the edges of the garden; n. see suyak. (→) n. nail, tack or the like, to pierce the foot.


suyla

Cebuano

gust


suyla

Cebuano

overflow


suylà

Cebuano

v. 1. overflow, spill over. Kun mag-ulan, ang túbig musuylà sa kanal, When it rains, the water spills out of the ditch. Sa prugráma ang mga táwu misuylà ngadtu sa karsáda, The people who attended the program spilled over into the street. Gisuylà níla ang mga prútas sa lamísa, They put fruit on the table until it spilled over the edges; 1a. splash up as a result of pressure or impact. Dílì makasuylà ang tubà kay gamay ug bàbà ang sudlanan, The palm toddy cannot splash out because the container has a small mouth; 2. for an emotion to be extremely great. Misuylà ang ákung kalípay pagkadungug nákù sa balità, I was overflowing with happiness when I heard the news.


suylan

Cebuano

see kamúning.


suylas

Cebuano

n. 1. small tacks of the sort used to nail the straps of clogs to the wooden sole; 2. side of the heels of men’s shoes; v. nail with suylas.


suylas

Cebuano

tack


suyop

Cebuano

absorb


suyop

Cebuano

suck


suyop

Cebuano

suction


suyopan

Cebuano

siphon


suysuy

Cebuano

v. pound a small amount of rice with a pestle. Magsuysuy lang kug pára lugáwun, I’ll pound just enough rice for porridge.


suyud

Cebuano

n. bee stinger; v. sting. Dílì makasuyud (makapanuyud) ang buyug ug kuptan sa pakù, Wasps can’t sting if you hold them by the wings.


súyup

Cebuano

v. 1. suck in, draw in air or liquid. Ug suyúpun ang túbig sa bumba, maáyu pa nang bumba, As long as the pump sucks in the water, it is still good; 1a. absorb, draw by capillary action. Ang naylun kúlì musúyup ug singut, Nylon does not absorb sweat well; 1b. for magnets to draw. Ang lansang mutaput ug suyúpun sa batubaláni, The nail will stick if it is attracted by the magnet; 2. use up money as if it were sucked away. Ang gastu sa gasulína musúyup ug dakù sa ímung kítà, The cost of gasoline just sucks away a large portion of your earnings; n. action of sucking, absorbing, pulling by a magnet.


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