Meaning of íkug

íkug

Cebuano

n. 1. tail, or analogous structure. Midágan pinabahag ang íkug, He ran off with his tail between his legs. Ang íkug sa ayruplánu, The tail of the airplane; 2. penis (humorous). 3. train of a dress (in the traditional skirt [sáya], usually tucked in the front); v. put a tail on. Giikúgan sa bátà ang yáwà nga íyang gidrúwing, The child put a tail on the devil he was drawing. ikug-íkug sa iring n. kind of ornamental bush bearing small flowers in dense purple, hanging spikes. ikug-ikug sa iring n. kind of ornamental aerial plant consisting of long branches with fine leaves resembling a cat’s tail. paN- v. put, be at the rear. Nangíkug siya sa lumbà, He was last in the race. Mauy nahimámat sa mga táwu ang nangíkug nga asu, The people noticed the smoke trailing behind the plane. paN-(→) n. crupper, thing to hold the saddle in place; v. put a crupper on. -an a. devil, devilish (lit. the tailed one). Gisákit na pud ku íning bátang ikúgan, The little devil is bothering me again.



íkug

Cebuano

v. feel hesitant to approach someone for something, feel embarrassed to refuse. Maíkug ka bang mubalíbad? Are you embarrassed to refuse them? Wà ku mangasábà kay gikaikgan ku ang tigúwang sa píkas, I didn’t scold them because I was embarrassed to do so with the father right next door. Ngánung ikaíkug man nímu ang pagpatábang kanákù? Why are you embarrassed to turn to me for help? paN-(→) v. be feeling embarrassed. Nagpangikug siyang misaka sa báy, He felt terribly embarrassed as he went into the house. ilikgan, ikgánun a. easily feeling hesitation. ka- n. feeling of shyness to ask or refuse a favor.