v. 1. be suddenly excited or startled. Miukyab ang ákung ginhawaan sa pagkahibalu nga may dakung hā́s nga nakasulud, I was startled to know that a big snake had entered the house; 1a. make an uproar due to excitement and thrill. Miukyab ang mga táwu pagpangatáwa pagkakità nílang Dulpi nga nagbinabayi, The people laughed uproariously when they saw Dolphy dressed as a woman; 2. leave hurriedly in fright. Miukyab (naukyab) ang mga langgam pagkakità námù, The flock of birds flew away upon seeing us; a. 1. talking in an upsetting, overly-frightened way. Hápit na kunu matápus ang kalibútan, pū́ng pa sa mga táwung ukyab kaáyung manulti, The people who are nervously apprehensive say the world is going to end; 2. easily stirred into doing something Ukyab kaáyu nang mga tawhána kay dalì ra kaáyung patuúhun, Those people are easily stirred up because it’s easy to lead them to believe. pa- v. 1. cause excitement or thrill. Ang íyang pagsulti nga ubsirbahan ang tanang klási nakapaukyab sa mga maistru, He got the teachers nervous by telling them that their classes would be observed; 2. flush a bird from hiding. Akuy mupaukyab sa buntug. Listus pagtíru, I will flush out the quail. Be ready to shoot; n. thrill, something causing excitement. Punù sa mga paukyab ang isturyang ditiktib, A detective story is full of suspenseful episodes. ma-un a. suspenseful.
v. shrink back into a hole or a place of hiding. Miukyù ang kágang dihang íyang gikúhit, The land crab shrunk back to the hole when he poked it with a stick.
a. 1. tapered, tapering. Ukyut ang tumuy sa lápis, The tip of the pencil is tapered; 2. body or form having irregularly shaped surfaces or sides. Ukyut ang pabúrut níya, His balloon has an irregular form; n. the part of a body or form that has sunk or depressed. Anhà putla sa ukyut ang lubi, Cut the coconut tree on the part of the trunk that is narrow; v. for part of a body or form to become depressed or irregularly shaped due to depressions, become tapered; n. sweepstakes (humorous).
n. the situation in mahjong where one is ready to make mahjong without having opened any pieces; v. win with an ul-ap hand.
v. feed nestlings.
a. 1. throbbing pain. Ul-ul kaáyu ang ákung samad, My wound hurts very much; 2. heavy, uneasy feeling due to muscular fatigue. Ul-ul kaáyu ang ákung láwas tungud sa kadaghan sa trabáhu, My body is heavy from so much work; v. 1. be, become painful, heavy in feeling; 2. have labor pains. Dad-un na si Pína sa matirniti kay giul-ulan na, Bring Pina to the hospital because she has labor pains. ka- n. degree or intenseness of pulsating pain.
v. bark. Ul-úlun ka sa irù ug mudúul ka, The dog will bark at you if you go near; n. bark.
v. masturbate, word play on lùlù.
(not without l) v. shed blood as a sacrifice (literary). Muúlà ku sa ákung dugù álang sa yútang natawhan, I’ll shed my blood for my native land.
v. 1. for animals to copulate. Giulágan na ang bigal sa butakal, The boar served the sow; 2. be in heat, crave intercourse. Nag-ulag na ning irúa kay hingári lang ug kúyug sa laki, This dog is in heat because it is going around with the male; 2a. behave flirtatiously to evoke masculine attention (as if in heat—somewhat coarse). Kanang íyang kinataw-an ug linihukan way láin kun dílì nag-úlag, She is laughing and acting no different from a bitch in heat; n. see kaúlag. ulag-ulag v. act immodestly by being forward to men. Ang babáying mag-ulag-ulag dì tahúrun sa mga laláki, An immodest woman is not respected by men; a. see ulágun. see also uwagúwag. -an(→) see -un. ka- n. sex urge. ma-un, -un a. sexually lustful; v. become over-sexed.
a. 1. last in a group to do something Ulahi siya kaáyu nga nakahuman, He was the last to finish; 2. late. Ulahi ka na kaáyu sa paniudtu, You are very late for dinner; 3. recent, latest. Mau niy ulahi nga gulà, This is the most recent issue. karung — recently. Naáyu na siya apan karung ulahi nabughat, She had already recovered but recently she had a relapse; 4. later, not the early days of one’s life. Sa ulahing mga panahun sa íyang kinabúhì nabúang siya, In the later days of his life he became crazy; v. 1. be the last in doing something; 2. be late for something Maulahi ka giyud ug maglangaylángay ka dihà, You’ll surely be late if you tarry over there; 3. leave something for later. Ulahia (iulahi) na lang ang uban nga dì na madala, Just leave those things you cannot take along behind. pa- v. 1. be the last, do something as the last thing. Aku lay mupaulahi, I’ll just be the last one to go. Ipaulahi ang pagplansa, Do the ironing as the last thing; 2. allow oneself to be left behind. Dì giyud si Maríya magpaulahi sa urug, Maria won’t allow herself to be left behind by the styles. paN- v. 1. be way too late, be behind the times. Karun ka pa kadungug? Nangulahi ka diay, You just heard about it? You are behind the times; 2. be at the rear of something Nangulahi sila sa prusisiyun, They were at the rear of the procession; n. the one at the rear. Pangulahing ligid, Rear wheel. ka- n. delay, lateness. kaulahían n. the last. sa — see sa kaulahíay. pangulahían see pangulahi, n, v2. kaulahíay sa — in the long run. Tingáli ug magbásul ka sa kaulahíay, You might regret it in the long run (in the days to come). kinaulahian n. the last one in the group.