List of Cebuano words starting with the letter U - Page 7

ugáhip

Cebuano

n. a contagious skin disease which forms itchy pustules that pop and become painful, forming a crust, found most commonly around the mouth, but spreading over the body. — likuslikus n. kind of ugáhip that spreads over any part of the body; v. get ugáhip.



ugahip

Cebuano

ringworm


ugahípun

Cebuano

n. kind of very venomous snake, short and stout, having dark-grayish body, yellowish front and black spots on the back.


ugáling

Cebuano

short form: gáling. see gánì in all meanings except 5. ka-un 1. one’s own. Ákù ning kaugalíngung kutsi, This is my own car. May kaugalíngung banyu ang kwartu, The room has its own bathroom. Gigastu ku ang kaugalíngun kung kwarta, I spent my own money; 1a. one’s home. But-an ku nímu sa ákung kaugalíngun? You dare dictate to me in my own house? 2. oneself. Nagsulti siya sa íyang kaugalíngun, She was talking to herself. panga-un v. manage a home. Hustu na siya sa idad nga mangugalíngun, She is old enough to manage a home; n. home, as it is managed. kina-un(→) v. 1. live on one’s own; 2. have one’s meals on one’s own. Dì ta mangasíra. Magkinaugalingun lang ta, Let’s not board. Let’s have our meals on our own. kaugalingnan n. independence of a nation. Nagpakamatay si Risal álang sa kaugalingnan sa átung násud, Rizal gave his life for the independence of our country.


ugaling

Cebuano

adv. yet


ugam

Cebuano

n. whitish substance coating the tongue and upper palate; v. get ugam.


ugang

Cebuano

adj. dry


ugang

Cebuano

n. mother hen.


ugángan

Cebuano

n. parent of one’s spouse; v. 1. be, become one’s father- or mother-in-law; 2. have as a parent-in-law. Muugángan ka níla nga pubri man, Would you like them to be your parents-in-law when they are poor? -un(→) a. one’s prospective parents-in-law.


ugangan

Cebuano

parents-in-law


mother-in-law


father-in-law


ugat

Cebuano

artery


ugat

Cebuano

blood vessel


ugat

Cebuano

muscle


ugat

Cebuano

n. vein


ugat

Cebuano

n. vein, blood vessel. — mayur penis (humorous); v. 1. for the veins to come out from exertion or anger. Miugat (nangugat) ang íyang líug sa íyang pagkanta, The veins on her neck bulged out when she sang; 2. do something with serious intent. Nangugat giyud siyag hangyù nga muuban, He seriously asked to be taken along. paN- v. be angry. Pamínaw ug katarúngan. Mangugat ka man lang dáyun, Just listen to reason. You must not get angry right away. pangli-(←) see ugat, v1. ugat-ugat a. leaves having lots of veins; v. for leaves to be veined. ka-an n. blood vessels. -un a. full of prominent veins.


ugat

Cebuano

nerve


ugat

Cebuano

never


ugat

Cebuano

tendon


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