List of Cebuano words starting with the letter Y - Page 2

yag-aw

Cebuano

see dyag-aw.



yagabyab

Cebuano

see lagablab.


yagatyat

Cebuano

a. fruit that is soft, lacking in firmness of flesh. Kinsa guy mukáun ánang yagatyat nga ságing? Who feels like eating that soft banana? v. come out soft, lacking in firmness. -un(→) n. soft, not firm-fleshed fruit.


yágaw

Cebuano

v. be in noisy commotion, confusion, bring something into confusion. Nagkadaíyang pangutána ang miyágaw sa iyang pangísip, All those different questions confused his mind. Nagyágaw ang mga táwus sinihan pagsiyáuks bumbíru, The people in the movie house were in a tumult when the fire truck shrieked. ka- n. confusion, din. Lúpig pay tyanggis kayágaw, Worse than the market in noise and confusion; v. be in great confusion.


yagawyaw

Cebuano

n. general din, noise. Hásul kaáyung pamatíun ang yagawyaw sa syudad, The steady noise of the city is annoying; v. see yawyaw, v. -an(→) a. given to ranting.


yagayaga

Cebuano

mock


yagayaga

Cebuano

parody


yagayaga

Cebuano

rant


yagayaga

Cebuano

ridicule


yagàyagà

Cebuano

v. 1. ridicule, make fun of someone Isumbung sa maistra ang muyagàyagà sa bakul ninyung klasmit, If anybody makes fun of your lame classmate, report him to the teacher; 2. bother, disturb. Ayaw kug yagàyagai (yagàyagaa) niánang ímung prublíma, Do not bother me with your problems; 3. do one’s work carelessly or shoddily. Kun magyagàyagà ka sa ímung búhat dúgay nga mahuman, If you are careless with your work, it will take a long time to finish it. Giyagàyagaan lang nímu pagbúhat ang lamísa, You did make the table carelessly. Yagàyagaa (iyagàyagà) paghíwà arun masámad ka, Keep slicing carelessly like that so you can hurt yourself; n. ridicule, teasing. -un a. given to making fun of someone


yagbun

Cebuano

v. heap, pile s.t up; be heaped up. Nakayagbun na sila sa mga dalag, They have gathered the dry leaves in a heap. Nagyagbun ang sagbut sa ílang sílung, Garbage is piling up beneath their house.


yagbut

Cebuano

v. spill out through the bottom of a container. Nagyagbut ang bugas kay nabutbut ang sáku, The rice spilled out of the bottom of the container because the sack got a hole in the bottom.


yagkaw

Cebuano

a. lanky.


yagpis

Cebuano

a. thin or slender of build, or by extension, thin from having lost weight; v. 1. become thin or slim. Ug muliwat nímu, mayagpis ang ímung anak, If your son turns out to be like you, he’ll be thin, too; 2. slice or cut something thinly. Yagpísa (iyagpis) paghíwà ang kasahusun, Slice the meat thinly for jerked meat. -un(→) a. of a slim, thin sort.


yagpis

Cebuano

adj. lean


yagpis

Cebuano

adj. slender


yagubhub

Cebuano

a. 1. loud put-put sound, as that produced by the engine of a motorboat close by one; 2. muttering, murmuring in a low, inaudible voice; v. mumble, mutter. Miyagubhub siyag pangadyiun, He murmured a prayer. Nagyagubhub siya pagkasábà nákù, He muttered something when I scolded him.


yagubyub

Cebuano

n. 1. muttering, mumbling; 2. dull, thudding noises made by wind, water, machinery; v. 1. make muttering noises in angry protest or displeasure. Giyagubyúban sa mga táwu ang mamumulung, The people muttered angrily as he gave his speech; 2. make dull, continuous thudding noises. Nagyagubyub ang tíngug sa trák sa layù, The truck made thudding noises from afar.


yagungyung

Cebuano

n. continuous humming or droning sound, as of an airplane, engines. Mabátì sa layù ang yagungyung sa ayruplánu, You could hear the droning of the airplane from afar; v. make a continuous droning sound.


yaguyágu

Cebuano

v. move busily about. Dì lang makayaguyágu si Nánay ug magláin ang láwas, Mother always moves busily about except when she is not feeling well.


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