List of Cebuano words starting with the letter Y - Page 5

yámuk

Cebuano

see lámuk. see lamuk.



yamukmok

Cebuano

dregs


yamukmuk

Cebuano

see mayukmuk.


yamùmù

Cebuano

a. for food to be dry and crumbly in texture, as fine-grained corn meal, cooked hard or steamed. Yamùmù kaáyung kan-un ang binlud nga sinákul, Fine-grained corn meal has a dry and crumbly texture when steamed; v. get a dry and crumbly texture.


yamutyamut

Cebuano

n. 1. fine, slippery sediments that develop inside water containers; 2. fine membranes that surround meat.


yamyam

Cebuano

babble


yamyam

Cebuano

v. 1. utter, articulate words rapidly and not for the purpose of communicating. Nagyamyam siya sa ímung ngálan samtang natúlug, She was uttering your name while she was asleep. Nagyamyam ug pangadyiun, Uttering a prayer; 1a. mumble, mutter. Muyamyam ka man lang. Súkul! You just mutter to yourself. Fight back! Klarúha nang ímung sinultihan, ayaw yamyáma (iyamyam), Say what you have to say distinctly. Don’t mumble it. 2. say something Dì ka kaákug yamyam sa ímung túyù, You can’t get nerve enough to say what you want. Unsay giyamyam mu didtu sa átung agálun báhin kanákù? What did you tell our employer regarding me? n. something uttered, esp. prayers and incantations; a. loudmouthed. -unun n. something usually uttered, esp. prayers.


incantation


yanà

Cebuano

see kanà.


yanang

Cebuano

a. sloppy and wet. Yanang kaáyu ang agiánan kay gisigíhag uwan, The path is very sloppy because of constant rain; n. watery mud; v. be, become wet and sloppy. (←) v. 1. become badly wet and sloppy; 2. be plentiful or abundant. Nagyánang ang babáyi ug álak sa balay sa kahiláyan, There was no end to wine and women in the bawdyhouse.


yanang

Cebuano

n. mire


yanangan

Cebuano

rash


yandak

Cebuano

see yanggak.


yangag

Cebuano

see danghag.


yanggak

Cebuano

v. fall on the ground landing on the buttocks. Nakuháan ang burus kay nayanggak sa salug, The pregnant woman fell on the floor on her buttocks and had a miscarriage.


yanghag

Cebuano

see danghag.


yanghag

Cebuano

v. raise the head to look up. Miyanghag siya sa pisami, He looked up at the ceiling.


yangkaw

Cebuano

a. tall and lanky or too thin for the height. Balay nga yangkaw ug sílung, House that has a disproportionately tall ground floor; v. become tall and lanky. Nagyangkaw lang ang láwas ánà apan bátà pa nà kaáyu, He has a lanky body but he is still a child.


yango

Cebuano

n. nod


yangù

Cebuano

v. 1. move the head upwards as a sign of assent or, by extension, as a sign of something else. Miyangù siya sa pagtúgut, He nodded (lifted his head upwards) in assent; 2. nod downwards, bow. Ang Hapun muyangù ágig pagtáhud, A Japanese bows as a sign of greeting; n. movement of the head in assent or indication of something else. Sa usa ka yangù mudágan dáyun ang íyang mga sulugúun, With just one nod of the head his servants run immediately. yangùyángù v. 1. nod the head several times; 2. see gangù, v1.


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