n. word used in the gúsus of certain novenas to refer to the souls who have joined the angels.
a. beyond the allowed limit. Bug-at ra kaáyu. Úbir nas timbangan, It’s too heavy. It weighs way more than the scale indicates; v. go beyond the limit. Miúbir siyas linya maung napáwul, He went over the line and so he was declared foul. — drap n. 1. overdraft; 2. shortage of money; a. being short of money. Dì kung kapalit kay úbir drap ku run, I can’t buy any right now because I’m short of money; v. 1. become short of money; 2. be bankrupted. — dus n. overdose; v. take an overdose of something — hid n. violation in basketball where a player dribbles the ball above his head; v. commit this violation. — hit v. for engines to overheat. — hul v. overhaul a vehicle. pa- hul v. have a general physical check-up. Kinahanglang magpaúbir hul ta kausa sa usa ka túig, We need a general physical check-up once a year. -ispíding n. speeding; v. be speeding. — kut n. jacket; v. wear, make into a jacket. — lan v. go s.w. overland rather than by sea. — lap n. trousers made to be worn without a belt, having an overlapping closing in the waist; v. make trousers in this style. -lúdid a. for a vehicle or boat to carry a load greater than the legal limit; v. be over-loaded. -nayit v. stay s.w. overnight; n. overnight bag. -nayit bag n. overnight bag. -prayis v. overprice something, jack up the price. — sis n. vessel that goes overseas out of the Philippines; v. sail or work on an overseas vessel. -tayim n. 1. overtime work; 2. overtime pay; v. work overtime. Náay ámung giubirtayman, We’re working overtime on something — tik v. 1. pass another vehicle. Ayaw pag-ubir tik sa kurbáda, No overtaking on a curve; 2. get a girl to say yes to one before someone else does. Naguul si Huwan tungud kay giubirtikan siya ni Pidru sa pagpangulitáwu ni Maríya, Juan is sad because Pedro beat him to Maria (and Maria accepted Pedro). — ul n. overalls; v. wear, make overalls.
humorous reference to the song U Bírhin Maríya.
v. in volleyball, toss the ball back to the opponents.
n. bishop; v. be, become a bishop. ubispádu n. bishopric.
v. force, compel someone Kanang ímung sakit mauy muubligar nímu sa kamatáyun, Your illness will bring you inexorably to your death. Wà siya nákù ubligara (ubligaha) pagbáyad sa íyang útang, I didn’t force him to pay his debt. Naubligar ku sa pagpangútang ug kwarta pára sa masakitun kung anak, I was forced to borrow money for my sick child. ubligádu a. must do. Ug gustu kang muabut sa pyista, ubligádu kang mularga run, If you want to make it to the feast you must leave today. Dílì ubligádu ang pagsimba sa mga Hudíyu, It is not obligatory for Jews to attend church; v. be obliged to do s.t ubligasiyun n. 1. obligation, moral compulsion to do something Ubligasiyun sa usa ka ginikánan pagbuhì sa íyang mga anak, Parents have an obligation to raise their children; 2. financial obligation. Wà kuy ikabáyad sa ákung ubligasiyun, I don’t have the means to pay my obligations. may — a married man.
a. 1. oblong in shape; 2. for something normally round not to be so; v. for something round to get out of shape. Kun ímung padagánun nang bisiklítang plát muublung (maublung) ang yantas niánà, If you ride the bicycle flat, the rims will get out of shape.
heart of the coconut tree