Meaning of adlaw

adlaw

Cebuano

n. day; daytime



adlaw

Cebuano

n. sun


adlaw

Cebuano

n. 1. sun; 2. day. May adlaw nga magbásul ka, The day will come that you will be sorry; 2a. day, as opposed to night. pila ka — it won’t be long. Pila ka adlaw makapánaw ta sa búwan, Soon we’ll be able to take trips to the moon; 2b. one’s day for winning. Ímu tanang adlaw, You get all the breaks; 3. birthday; 4. amount earned in a day. Singku ra may íyang adlaw niánà, He only gets five pesos a day from it. — sa minatay All Soul’s Day. Mahal nga — Holy Week; v. 1. receive a certain amount daily. Muadlaw kug tagduha ka líbu ka písus, I net two thousand pesos a day. Adláwi lang siyag tag-diyis, Pay him ten pesos per day; 2. celebrate a birthday. Adtu nyà sa ámù kay mag-adlaw ku, Come to my house for my birthday party. adlaw-adlaw every day. -an a. for it to be daylight. Ayaw úsà pagpaúli. Adláwan pa bítaw, Don’t go home yet! It’s still daylight anyway. -an(→) n. food used to celebrate a birthday with. Iháwa na ang adlawan, Slaughter the birthday pig. -in- a. 1. daily, by the day; 2. lukewarm (lit. put in the sun). Túbig inadlaw, Warm water; v. 1. do on a daily basis. Inadlawun (inadláwun) ka nákug dúaw, I will visit you daily; 2. make water warm. -in-an n. birthday present. ka-an n. birthday, day of patron saint. ka-un n. dawn. Mugíkan ku ugmà sa kaadláwun, I’ll leave tomorrow at dawn. pang- n. 1. something used during daytime. Sanínang pang-adlaw, Dress for daytime wear; 2. day shift work. tala-an n. diary. ti- 1. see ting-. 2 a. sunny. Sa buntag tiadlaw, apan sa hápun nag-ulan, In the morning it was sunny, but in the afternoon it rained. ting- n. dry season.