List of Cebuano words starting with the letter W - Page 31

witkan

Cebuano

see witik.



witris

Cebuano

n. waitress. Ngánung nangasáwa siya niánang witris? Why did he marry nothing but a waitress? v. be, become a waitress.


witwit

Cebuano

a. drooping of lips, with the lower lip hanging down; v. 1. get droopy lips; 2. chirp. Langgam nga nagwitwit sa mga kakahúyan, Birds chirping in the trees; 3. complain about something, criticizing. Wà kuy kawitwítan (ikawitwit) sa ímung ági, I can find nothing to complain about in your work; 4. spread bad things about others. Ang giwitwítan, miwitwit pud. Dì nahibáwu ang tanan, Whoever received the gossip passed it on, so eventually everybody learned of it; n. 1. chirping of the birds; 2. senseless talk. Ang íyang isturya pulus witwit, Her story is all so much idle chatter. -an(→) a. 1. given to complaining and criticizing; 2. given to passing on gossip.


wìwì

Cebuano

v. push the sides apart to create an opening or to widen an opening. Wìwía ang bugang arun makaági ta, Push the grass aside so we can go through.


wudrus

Cebuano

n. a vine that grows in thickets or cultivated to grow on fences: Merremia tuberosa.


wuk-áwut

Cebuano

v. stage a walkout. Muwuk-áwut ang mga maistra ug dílì usbáwan ug swildu, The teachers will stage a walkout if they don’t receive their salary increase.


wukatun

Cebuano

n. walking contest.


wúking

Cebuano

n. walking, a violation in basketball where a player takes more than two steps while holding a ball; v. be guilty of committing this violation.


wúkir

Cebuano

n. men’s briefs (from the brand name, Walker); v. wear briefs.


wukitúki

Cebuano

n. walkie-talkie; v. communicate with a walkie-talkie.


wul

Cebuano

n. 1. one’s hand in mahjong; 2. see payil.


wúl

Cebuano

n. woolen cloth; v. wear something made of wool.


wulpláwir

Cebuano

n. wallflower at a dance; v. wind up being a wallflower and not asked to dance.


wungwung

Cebuano

see yungyung.


wurding

Cebuano

n. lyrics to a song; v. write the lyrics to a song.


wurking

Cebuano

n. student who works his way through school; v. be, become a working student. Dúgay kang mahuman basta magwurking ka, It will take you a long time to finish if you are a working student. — istyúdint see wurking.


wuswús

Cebuano

v. dance with someone in a wild swaying manner. Nalípung ku kay giwuswús ku níyag sáyaw, I got dizzy because he danced wildly with me.


wuyuwuyu

Cebuano

see wayawaya.


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