(from ayaw úsà) see yúnà.
n. acronym for USAFFE, United States Armed Forces in the Far East (of the postwar period).
n. cigarette (word play on sigarilyu—slang).
a. loose; clothing not fitting tight or sacks having little content. Yusyus ang sáku kay gikuháan man sa súd, The sack is loose because they took some of the content out; v. 1. be loose or not tightly packed. Nayusyus ang íyang sinínà kay nidaut na siya, Her dress is loose because she lost weight; 2. for something held up by a garter to slip down from looseness.
n. 1. piece of land. Nakapalit siyag yútà duul sa syudad, He bought land near the city; 1a. realm, country. Yúta sa mga higanti, Domain of the giants. — sa mga sáad Land of Promise (name given to Mindanao). -ng tabúnun the Philippines (lit. the land of the brown-skinned race—literary). 2. earth. Matúman ang ímung pagbuut dinhi sa yútà maingun sa lángit, Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven; 3. soil. Tambuk ang yútà sa ámung gardin, We have fertile soil in our garden; 4. ground. Nakuyapan siya ug natumba sa yútà, She fainted and fell to the ground; v. obtain, acquire land. (→) v. 1. farm, cultivate lands; 2. for a question or suggestion to be disregarded and not entertained (as if thrown to the earth). Nayutà ang íyang pangutána kay may kasulti man ang íyang gipangutána, Nobody answered his question because the man he asked was busy talking to someone else. -an a. landed, having lands. yutan-un a. of the earth (as opposed to heavenly). Kita mga táwung yutan-un, We are earthly creatures. ka-an n. 1. tracts of lands; 2. nations. mag-r-(→) n. 1. farmer; 2. landowner. yutàyutà n. kind of snake, the size of an earthworm, with black skin and poisonous. tag- n. owner of a piece of land.