List of Cebuano words starting with the letter Y - Page 6

yángud

Cebuano

v. look upward. Nagyangud ang bátà sa íyang tabánug, The boy is looking at his kite. (→) v. depend, rely upon someone for support. Nagyangud ku sa ákung magúwang sa pagiskuyla, I rely on my brother to support me in school. paN- v. peep up through the cracks in the floor. Kamaldítu. Gamay ka pa gánì mangyángud na, What a naughty child. At your age you already peep at girls through the floor.



yangùngù

Cebuano

v. make insistent and repeated requests. Muyangùngù siya hangtud hatágan, He keeps asking for some until he gets it; n. repeated and insistent requests.


yano

Cebuano

adj. plain


yano

Cebuano

adj. simple


yano

Cebuano

homely


yano

Cebuano

mediocre


yano

Cebuano

naive


yano

Cebuano

simplify


yanong butang

Cebuano

adj. particular


yanta

Cebuano

n. rim of a wheel onto which the rubber or tire is mounted; or a metal rim put around a wooden wheel.


yantak

Cebuano

see yamtak.


yantas

Cebuano

see yanta.


yánu

Cebuano

a. 1. simple, humble. Ang íyang amahan usa lámang ka yánung iskribinti, His father is just an ordinary clerk; 2. simple, without ornate design. Yánung tabas sa sinínà, Simple cut of dress; v. be, become simple, humble; do something simply. Giyánu níya ang íyang panlihuklíhuk, She acted in a simple, humble way without putting on. Yanúha ang ímung panimuyù, Live in a simple way. yanuyánu v. 1. do things in a simple, ordinary manner; 2. do something to something without proper consideration or deference. Giyanuyánu lang nímug gámit ang ákung mga butang, You dare use my things without permission. Iyanuyánu man lang nang mahalun nga sapátus ug támak sa lápuk, He wears those expensive shoes anywhere, even in the mud.


yanyan

Cebuano

a. sagging, drooping; v. sag. Tútuy nga nagyanyan, Sagging breasts. Nagyanyan na ang salug tungud sa kadaghan sa táwu, The floor is sagging under the weight of the people. Nagyanyan ang sanga sa daghang prútas, The branch is weighted down with all the fruits.


yapà

Cebuano

see yapù, of females only.


yapa

Cebuano

v. lie flat, either on one’s stomach or back, with the arms and feet spread out. Dílì ku makayapag katúlug kay may hubag ang ákung likud, I can’t sleep lying flat on my back because I have a boil on my back.


yapak

Cebuano

n. 1. soil in small pieces; 2. mud or mud puddle. Milúnang sa yapak ang bábuy, The pig wallowed in the mud puddle; v. be, become muddy. Giyapak sa mga bábuy ang ílang búngun, The pigs made the space beneath their house muddy. ka- v. 1. be full of small soil particles. Nagkayápak ang harína, The flour has got lots of soil particles in it. 2. be all covered with mud. -un a. 1. having soil particles mixed in. Bugas nga yapakun, Cereal with lots of particles of dirt in it. 2. soiled, full or splotched with mud. Yapakun ang ímung gisul-ub, You are wearing mud-splotched (soiled) clothes.


yápak

Cebuano

v. step on, put one’s foot on. May nagyápak sa bag-ung gitanum, someone stepped on the things I just planted. Giyapákan níla ang laráwan sa Pangúlu, They trampled on the caricature of the President.


yapayapa

Cebuano

v. 1. wave both arms in the air, as in a fond welcoming gesture. Nagyapayapa ang bátà sa kalípay, The child waved his arms for joy; 2. flap the wings, for something else to flap in an analogous way. Inighurus sa hángin muyapayapa sad ang bandíra, When the wind blows the flag flutters.


yapù

Cebuano

a. handsome, good-looking (slang). Kasagáran sa mga artista yapù, Most actors are handsome; v. be, become handsome.


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