Meaning of -anay

-anay

Cebuano

alternant of -ay.



anay

Cebuano

n. termite; white ant


anay

Cebuano

(from ina) n. 1. sow; 2. woman that is a mother. Dílì ka ángay nga mag-istiwardis kay anay ka na, You are not fit to be a stewardess because you are a mother now. -un, -un(←) n. pig raised to bear a litter; v. raise to be a sow. Anayúnun ni nátung baktin, Let’s use this piglet for a sow. -l-un(←), -unun(←) a. for a woman that is nursing to be thin like a sow that has been nursing her litter.


anay

Cebuano

(from ina) exclamation uttered in fear. Anay! Náay íhu! Help! Sharks!


ánay

Cebuano

n. termite; v. be infested with termites. Gianáyan (giánay) ang balay, The house was infested with termites.


ánay

Cebuano

see únà (dialectal). paN- n. 1. first born. Mu ni si Bingbing ámung pangánay, This is Bingbing, our eldest child; 2. one who bears a child for the first time. Pangánay ka ra ba ayaw paghárig katúlug, This is your first time to bear a child. Don’t sleep too much.