v. complain loudly. Unsa pa may ímung giulyahutan ug nabayran ka na? What are you griping about if you have already been paid? n. loud complaints.
pronounced [mmʔ] or [əəʔ]. particle expressing dissatisfaction or contempt. Um̀, mu rag mupalit nga nagtan-awtan-aw sa mga baligyà, Humph, the way he is inspecting the things you’d think he was going to buy something Um̀, ábi níya ug mahadluk ku, Humph, he thinks I’m scared. Um̀, kusiun ta giyud ka sa ímung minalditu, Humph, I have to pinch you, you are so mischievous.
v. 1. put something partly or wholly into the mouth or between the lips. Muum-um nà siya dáyun sa íyang kwáku inigmata, He immediately puts his pipe into his mouth when he wakes up. 2. — ug kalibútan v. for a woman to have a prolapsed uterus. Nagbakaang ang babáyi kay nag-umum man ug kalibútan, The woman is walking with her legs far apart because she has a prolapsed uterus.
n. a piece of land on which crops or animals are raised; v. cultivate or till a piece of land. Umahun ku ning yutáa, I’ll cultivate this piece of land. Sa giumahan nátù kanhi, On the land we cultivated in former times. umhan, umahan, kaumahan, kaumhan n. cultivated piece of land. mag-r-(←) n. farmer. paN- n. occupation of farming.
v. for colors to run. Giumagan ang putì níyang sinínà nga naípun sa dikulur, His white shirt got stained because it was put together with the colored ones; a. color that has run. Kining mantsa umag sa ákung midiyas, This stain is where my socks ran.