Meaning of *abug

*abug

Cebuano

paN- euphemism for pangabughu. see *abubhu.



abug

Cebuano

n. dust; v. 1. become dusty. Muabug ang karsáda ug dúgayng uwanun, The road gets dusty if the rains come late. Giabug ang ámung balay kay dúgay na nga wà puy-i, Our house became all dusty because it hadn’t been lived in for a long time. Tabúni ang libru arun dílì maabugan, Cover the books so they won’t get dusty; 2. turn into dust. Sa kadugáyan kitang tanan maabug, In the end we will all turn to dust. ka-(←) v. get dust all over it. Nagkaábug ang ákung buhuk tungud sa byáhi, My hair is all covered with dust because I’ve just gotten off the bus. -un a. dusty. -l-an(←) exposed to dust. Kining kwartúha alabúgan. Duul man gud sa karsáda, This room is exposed to dust. It’s close to the street.


ábug

Cebuano

v. 1. chase, drive, drive away. Abúga ang bábuy ngadtu sa tangkal, Drive the pig into the pen. Abúgi sa lángaw ang lamísa, Drive the flies away from the table; 2. drive someone to do something Ang kaúlaw mauy nag-ábug kanákù pagpaháwà sa ámung lungsud, Shame drove me to move out of town. (→) n. stick with strips of paper, plastic, etc., attached on one end, used to chase flies away. -an(→) n. an enclosure of the fish corral into which the fish are driven before being caught.


ábug

Cebuano

see abyug.