Meaning of iti

iti

Cebuano

dung



iti

Cebuano

feces


iti

Cebuano

guano


iti

Cebuano

v. 1. dry up, evaporate to dryness. Muiti (maiti) na sad ang mga sapà ning iníta, The rivers will dry up again in this heat. Giithan (hiithan) ang linung-ag kamúti, The water in the cooked sweet potatoes has boiled away; 2. for something that is prepared by evaporation to come out powdery and not good. Muiti ang sabun ug palabian sa síga, Soap turns into powder if the flame is too high; 3. for fowls and birds to excrete their bodily wastes. Bugáwa ang manuk dihà sa hawanan kay tingálig mangiti (muiti), Shoo the chickens out of the living room because they will make a mess. hunsuy nga mu- ug mani n. small caliber firearm (lit. tobacco pipe that excretes peanuts—slang). 4. get inside a woman, esp. in an extra-marital affair (slang); n. 1. what results when the process of boiling off is not properly done; 2. excrement of birds, fowl, lizards, crabs; 3. — ug langgam kind of sweet potato with white-colored flesh and red skin.


íti

Cebuano

eighty (usually said of scores, grades); v. get eighty, make something eighty. Ug makaíti ka, pasar ka, If you get an eighty, you pass. Kinahanglan nga itíhun nímu ang ímung grádu, You must get a grade of eighty.


itì

Cebuano

n. term of address for a male much younger than the speaker.