List of Cebuano words starting with the letter U - Page 5

ubus

Cebuano

n. 1. beneath. Ubus sa káhuy may táwu nga naglingkud, Beneath the tree there sat a man; 1a. the lower part of body; 1b. lowlands, usually coastal areas; 2. under, subjected to. Ubus sa íyang pagdumála, Under his management. Magminyù aku nímu ubus sa usa ka kundisiyun, I’ll marry you under one condition; a. 1. low, not high in price or degree. Ubus kaáyu nang prisyúha, That price was very low; 2. low, not high in elevation. Itaas ang kutay kay ubus ra kaáyu, Put the strand up higher because it is too low; 2a. for the womb of a pregnant woman to be low; 3. low of station or of social rank. — balauránan, pamalauránan Lower House; 4. arrive s.w. later than someone else. Ubus ka nákug singku minútus, You arrived five minutes later than I did; v. 1. decrease, go down. Ug muubus ang ímung grádu, If your grades go down. Ubsi (paubsi) ang ímung tunung, tingáli buls-ay, Lower your aim. You might make a bulls-eye; 2. be lower in elevation or placement. Miubus ang sawug kay mius-us ang panawganan, The floor sunk because the joists sunk. Miubus na ang íyang tiyan. Hapit na manganak, Her baby has descended. She is about ready to have it. pa- v. 1. travel, fly low. Ang banug talagsa ra nga magpaubus, Hawks seldom fly low; 2. go to live in coastal areas; 3. be humble. Magpaubus ta kay mabà ra ta ug ranggu, We should be humble because we are of low rank; 4. lower one’s voice. Mipaubus siya sa íyang tíngug, hadluk hidunggan, He lowered his voice, afraid of being heard; 5. reduce an amount. Paubsan (ipaubus) sa prisidinti ang sílut, The president will reduce the penalty; 6. put down, lower. Ug mupaubus siya sa íyang pusil ayaw ug tirúhi, If he lowers his gun, don’t shoot him. Ipaubus ang inyung bangkaw. Way kásu, Lower your spears. There’s nothing wrong. hi- v. be offended, hurt. Nahiubus ku sa íyang sulti, I was hurt by what he said. ka- n. condition or state of being inferior or low in rank. kahi- n. hurt feelings. mapaubsánun, mapahiubsánun, mapinaubsánun, mapainubsánun a. humble. taga- n. people residing in the coastal areas.



úbus

Cebuano

see alibusbus.


úbus

Cebuano

v. be all consumed. Kinsay nag-úbus sa kík? Who ate the cake? Átung ubúsun ang pagkáun, Let’s eat all the food.


ubuub

Cebuano

a. low-roofed house, building. Ngitngit ning baláya kay ubuub kaáyu ang atup, This house is dark because it has a very low roof; v. make a building or house low-roofed.


ud

Cebuano

coconut nut


ū́d

Cebuano

see úlud.


ud-ud

Cebuano

see alud-ud.


ud-ud

Cebuano

v. 1. dig up the ground with the snout. Ang ákung bábuy ang nag-ud-ud sa ímung nataran, It was my pig that plowed up the ground in your yard; 2. for an unborn baby to squeeze its head into a position above the groin causing the mother to have difficulty in walking; n. the condition where an unborn baby presses on its mother’s groin.


úday

Cebuano

see úray.


udhak

Cebuano

n. deep cough or gasp for breath of the sort one gets from an asthma attack, over-exertion, a blow on the chest, or the like. Ang udhak sa tisísun milánug sa kagabhíun, The coughing of the tubercular resounded in the night; v. have a deep coughing fit or gasp for breath. Mu rag dílì siya makaginháwa ug muudhak (udhákun) siya, It is as if he can’t breathe when he has his attacks.


udhan

Cebuano

a. be mean enough to do something Udhan (udhánun) kang mulakaw bísag nagdaut ang ímung anak? Can you bear to leave the house when your child is sick? -un see udhan.


udíyu

Cebuano

n. extreme unction; v. give the extreme unction.


udiyung

Cebuano

n. arrow, dart; v. 1. make arrows; 2. hit with an arrow. -un(←) a. slender, arrow-like. Udiyúngun ug láwas ang babáyi, The lady has a slender body.


udlot

Cebuano

n. shoot


udlot

Cebuano

n. stem


udlut

Cebuano

n. 1. young leaf, leaf bud; 2. one who belongs to the upper class or top level of society. Ikaw kay udlut magpataas ug aku kay laylay magpaubus, You, who are of the upper class, should stay on top while I, who am of the dregs, should remain down where I belong; v. 1. sprout leaf buds. Miudlut (nangudlut, giudlútan) na ang ákung manan-aw, My orchid is budding; 2. for the flesh to swell in forming scar tissue in a place where there was a wound or boil. Kining samára ang giudlútan sa prisku nga unud, This is the wound where scar tissue formed; 3. pick the top of leafy plants. Ang kanding mauy miudlut (nangudlut) sa ákung agbáti, The goat chewed off the leaf buds of my alugbáti. ting- n. time for sprouting new leaves of plants, trees, etc. -an(→) n. the topmost part of the tree in monocots.


udto

Cebuano

midday


udto

Cebuano

n. noon


udto na

Cebuano

late morning


udtong tutok

Cebuano

midday


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