List of Cebuano words starting with the letter Y - Page 12

yugto

Cebuano

v. act



n. period


yugtù

Cebuano

n. episode, section out of a series of happenings; 1. a chapter in a story, act in a drama. Katapúsang yugtù sa sugilambung, The final episode in the novel; 2. episode in one’s life. Halandúmung yugtù sa kinabúhì, Memorable episodes of one’s life; 3. moment that something happens. Sa mga yugtù sa pag-inusára, During the moments of loneliness; v. appear, write something in episodes.


yúgu

Cebuano

n. 1. yoke placed over the shoulder of a beast of burden for attaching the harness; 2. problem weighing on the shoulders like a yoke; v. 1. make into or use a yoke; 2. mount a yoke.


yugut

Cebuano

v. 1. feeling a deep and indescribable sadness (literary). 2. feel angry indignation and resentment. Nagyugut sa pagbáhin sa yútà, Was full of resentment at the way the land was divided. Gikayugut níya ang wà ku pagbáwus sa sulat, She resented it that I failed to answer the letter. ka- n. 1. feeling of extreme sadness (literary). Tungud sa kayugut sa íyang buut, íyang gihálad ang láwas sa íyang anak nga patay na, Because of the indescribable sorrow that overcame him, he offered up the dead body of his son; 2. feeling of angry resentment. mayugtánun a. characterized with resentment and indignation.


yugyug

Cebuano

jar


yugyug

Cebuano

v. shake back and forth or up and down in short, quick movements. Yugyúga ang dúyan arun matúlug dáyun ang bátà, Rock the hammock so that the baby will soon sleep.


yuhom

Cebuano

n. grin


yuhom

Cebuano

n. smile


yúhu

Cebuano

an expression of joy. Yúhu! Hatágan diay tag búnus ni Sir! Yoohoo! We are going to get a bonus from the boss!


yuhù

Cebuano

n. a kind of long-legged bird.


yuhum

Cebuano

n. 1. see pahiyum. see híyum; 2. dimple; v. see pahiyum. ma-un(←) see mapahiyúmun. see híyum.


yuhut

Cebuano

v. 1. go out, in through something, cause to do so. Ang pagyuhut sa usa ka mabiaybiáyung tamíhid sa íyang mga ngábil, When a smile of derision formed itself on his lips. Iyuhut (ipayuhut, payuhuta) ang íyang mga púlung sa píkas dalunggan, Let his words go in one ear and out the other; 2. go in or out of a place stealthily. Yuhut ta sa míting, Let’s sneak out of the meeting; 2a. do anything secretly without being observed. Nagyuhut siyag kúhag kindi sa lamísa, He sneaked a piece of candy from the table; 2b. smuggle. Wà madakpi ang miyuhut sa sigarilyu, The fellow who smuggled the cigarettes in was not caught. yuhutyuhut, yuhutyúhut v. 1. come in and go out. Giyuhutyuhútan sa hángin ang ílang payag nga nagkagusbat, The wind just blows freely through their dilapidated shack; 2. penetrate through. Dì mi makayuhutyuhut sa kabaknitan, We can not penetrate through the thickets. mag-r-(←) n. smuggler, one who sneaks things in and out.


yúin

Cebuano

n. UN, acronym for United Nations.


yúka

Cebuano

n. yucca.


yúkab

Cebuano

v. 1. drag on a cigarette, cigar, pipe. Yukába (iyúkab) ang abánu arun dílì mapálung, Draw in on the cigar so it doesn’t go out; 2. light a cigarette, cigar, pipe.


yukalíli

Cebuano

see yúki.


yukaliptus

Cebuano

n. eucalyptus tree.


yukaristika

Cebuano

n. Eucharist.


yukayu

Cebuano

answer to kingkiri ‘who wants what I’ve got in my hand’, expressing that the speaker wants it. ‘Kingkiri?’—‘Yukayu.’ ‘Who wants what I’ve got in my hand?’—‘I want it.’


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