List of Cebuano words starting with the letter Y - Page 4

yámas

Cebuano

see yámat, as exclamation.



yámat

Cebuano

1. exclamation of pleasant surprise. Yámat, aháan! My! It’s a giant snapper; 2. exclamation of extreme annoyance at something not being in order, working out, or being done as expected. Yámat ning makinilyáha. Makalangan! Damn this typewriter. It sure holds you back! yamatyamat v. for something that one accomplishes or a situation to be in chaos. Nagyamatyamat ning ákung trabáhu kay wà sa ákung hunàhúnà ang ákung búhat, My work was all chaotic because my mind was not on it. ka-, kayamatyamat v. see yamatyamat.


yamàyamà

Cebuano

v. 1. talk without sense or factual basis. Unsa na sad tung íyang giyamàyamà? What kind of nonsense was he telling this time? 2. do work carelessly. Íya lang giyamàyamaan ug tahì ang ákung sinínà maung naghíbat, She sewed my dress carelessly and so it is all crooked. -un n one who does his work carelessly.


yambà

Cebuano

a. for a mouth or mouth-like opening to be distorted, crooked and misshapen; v. become crooked or misshapen, cause something to become so. Muyambà ang bàbà sa básag ug lingkúran, The mouth of the clothes basket will become crooked if you sit on it. Ayawg yambáa (iyambà) ang ímung bàbà kay musamut kag kangil-ad, Don’t distort your mouth because you will become more ugly.


yambì

Cebuano

a. 1. for two movable things which should be placed even, directly on top of one another, not to be so, with one protruding. Yambì ang takup sa malítang daut, The suitcase is broken and the top hangs over the edge; 2. for the lower jaw or lip to protrude; v. get to be, be uneven, not closing tightly; pouting. Nagyambì ang nawung sa bátang gisugsúg, The child they are teasing is sticking out his lower lip about to cry. Ug mayambì ang gunting dì na mudulut, If the blades of the scissors get apart, they won’t cut.


yamhang

Cebuano

a. carelessly inattentive or neglectful. Yamhang kaáyu nang bayhána. Húgaw kaáyug hitsúra, That woman neglects her appearance, and she looks very untidy. Yamhang siyang magtrabáhu. Daghang sayup, She is careless in her work and makes lots of mistakes; v. be carelessly inattentive or neglectful. -an(→) see yamhang.


yamíhid

Cebuano

see tamíhid.


yamíid

Cebuano

see yam-id.


yámis

Cebuano

n. 1. foreskin; 2. other thin layers like the foreskin: 2a. outer epidermis. Yámis ra sa íyang buktun ang nagarus, walà ang unud, She only scraped the outer skin on her arm, and not her flesh; 2b. thin transparent meat of a young coconut in the butung stage; 2c. the soft, upper layer of the mature meat of a coconut.


v. 1. become muddy or messy. Basta mag-úwan, muyamitak giyud ang ámung nataran, Whenever it rains, our yard becomes muddy. Kanang inyung pagwasigwasig sa kan-un mauy nakayamítak sa lamísa, The way you strewed the food around, the table has gotten to be a mess; 2. talk off the topic or nonsense. Sábà dihà. Nagyamitak ka lang. Wà man gánì ka didtu, Be quiet. You don’t know what you’re talking about. You weren’t even there; 2a. sit around doing nothing.


yamog

Cebuano

adj. moist


yamog

Cebuano

fog


yamog

Cebuano

mist


yamog

Cebuano

n. dew


yampungad

Cebuano

v. hang around a place idly, esp. where one shouldn’t be. Nagyampungad sa tubaan, Hanging around the toddy stand. Irù nga nagyampungad sa ámù, A dog hanging around our house.


yampunganan

Cebuano

nest


yamtak

Cebuano

a. slow and sluggish in movement. Kayamtak gud nímung naurásan ka ánà, How slow you are. It took you an hour to do that; v. 1. get to be slow and sluggish in motion; 2. mope, hang or loaf around. Labihan mung nakayamtak! Buntag, hápun wà giyud kay nabúhat, You sure do loaf. The whole day long you have not done a darn thing.


yamu

Cebuano

walà — there isn’t (wasn’t) any at all. ‘Naa pa bay ságing ánang baskit?’—‘Walà yamu’, ‘Are there more bananas in that basket?’—‘There isn’t a single one.’ Wà yamuy kwarta, Not a bit of money; n. zero (humorous). Ang numiru sa ákung tilipunu nuybi, tris, yamu, yamu, kwatru, My phone number is 9–30–04.


yámug

Cebuano

n. 1. dew; 1a. water droplets on leaves after rain. Humans ulan, nanidlaksidlak ang yámug sa kadahúnan, After the rain, droplets of water sparkled on the leaves; 2. see dalínug; v. be covered with dew. Nangyámug (miyámug) sa sayu sa buntag, Dew which formed early in the morning.


yamugon

Cebuano

adj. foggy


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