Meaning of alsa

alsa

Cebuano

raise



alsa

Cebuano

revolt


alsa

Cebuano

v. 1. lift something from underneath. Alsáhun nátù ning lamísa, Let’s lift the table; 2. rise in rebellion. Mialsa ang mga Pilipínu bátuk sa Katsílà, The Filipinos rose against the Spaniards; 3. for dough to rise in baking. Ug mualsa na gánì ang minása, When the dough rises; 4. — ang kabúhì for the kabúhì to rise out of its place from fright. Gialsáhan ku sa kabúhì sa pagbutu, I had a severe case of fright when it exploded; n. 1. action of having lifted. Tulu ka alsa, kutasan na ku, If I do three lifts, I’m out of breath; 2. load that can be carried in a trip. Pila ka alsa úsà matiwas ug hákut? How many loads till it’s all delivered? — butang v. for various medicines to be applied in succession without waiting for results. -in- n. kind of haircut where the top of the head has hair and the sides cropped short. -du — ug kabúhì a. easily frightened. Alsádu ra pud nímug kabúhì, kasíkas ra tu sa dáhun, How jittery you are. It was only the rustling of leaves; v. get to be easily frightened. Naalsádu ang ákung kabúhì sukad ku makatunub ug bitin, Ever since I stepped on a snake, I have been jittery. — ug kamut quick to lift the hand in anger; v. be quick to lift the hand in anger. -myintu n. uprising, revolt. Ang alsamyintu bátuk sa Katsílà, The uprising against the Spaniards; v. rise up. Dílì ni madala ug kumpirinsiya, alsamyintúhun lang nátù ni, A conference is no good. We’ll have to revolt in this case.