Meaning of kuyut

kuyut

Cebuano

a. for the flesh to sag due to old age; v. for the flesh to sag. Namínus ang ákung timbang ug nanguyut ang ákung buktun, I lost a lot of weight and the flesh on my arm is sagging.



kuyut

Cebuano

v. 1. get hold of something Nagkúyut ang magtiáyun, The couple held hands. Nawálà ang paypay nga ákung gikuytan (gikuyutan), I lost the fan I was holding; 1a. hold on to something for support. Dì ku mukuyut (manguyut) nímu, wà kay umuy, I won’t hold on to you (for support). You have no strength; 2. hold, occupy a certain position or office. Ang katungdánan nga ákung gikuytan pait kaáyu, I am holding down a very difficult job; 3. play, operate something Mukuyut sad nà siyag bayulin, He also plays the violin.