List of Cebuano words starting with the letter Y - Page 13

yukba

Cebuano

v. bow



yukbo

Cebuano

bow


yukbo

Cebuano

greet


yukbo

Cebuano

greeting


yukbo

Cebuano

hail


yukbo

Cebuano

nod


yukbo

Cebuano

salutation


yukbù

Cebuano

v. 1. bow down, bend low. Muyukbù ang taas nga táwu nga musulud sa kupà nga pultahan, A tall man has to bend to enter a low door; 2. recognize someone’s power, pay homage. Ang mga táwu sa karáan nagyukbù sa adlaw, People of ancient times bowed down to the sun. Dì sila muyukbù sa hukum sa ripiri, They will not submit to the judgment of the referee. Langyawng gahum nga giyukbúan sa gagmayng násud, Foreign power to which small nations submit.


yúki

Cebuano

n. ukelele; v. 1. play the ukelele; 2. make a ukelele.


yukilíli

Cebuano

see yúki.


yuko

Cebuano

adj. bent


yuko

Cebuano

adj. stooped


yuko

Cebuano

bend


yukù

Cebuano

a. bent way over. Táwu nga yukù na kaáyu sa kagúlang, A person who is already very much bent with age; v. 1. be, become bent. Humay nga nagyukù sa kahinug, Rice bent over in ripeness; 2. bend over. Miyukù siya arun pagpunit ug batu, He bent down to pick up a stone. yukùyukù sa buktun n. crook of the arm.


yukug

Cebuano

a. having one’s back bent forward, as under a heavy load or due to old age; v. for the upper back to be bent forward. Nayukug siya sa kabug-at sa gipas-an, He was bent over with the load on his shoulders. Nayukug siya pagdinúkù sa íyang trabáhu, She has become stoop-shouldered from bending over her work too much.


yukum

Cebuano

n. dimple; v. form into a dimple. Muyukum ang íyang áping ug mupahiyum siya, Her face forms a dimple when she smiles. yukman a. get dimpled; v. get to be dimpled.


yukyuk

Cebuano

v. stab and jiggle around. Yukyúka ug maáyu arun daling mamatay ang bábuy, Stab the pig jiggling the knife around well, so it will die quickly.


yumù

Cebuano

a. for tiny animals to be weak and sickly from overhandling; v. handle an animal until it becomes weak and sickly. Kinsay nagyumù sa pisù nga himalatyun na? Who has been handling the chick that it’s about to die?


yúmud

Cebuano

a. having a frowning, pouting expression on the face from displeasure or anger; v. pout and frown. Nagyúmud ang nawung kay naatrasáwu ang pagkáun, He’s frowning in annoyance because dinner is late. yumuran a. having a tendency to frown.


yumudyumud

Cebuano

v. mumble unintelligibly. Dì ku gustung magyumudyumud ang ákung mga anak ug kasab-an, I don’t want my children to mumble under their breath when they are scolded.


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