a. 1. short, brief. Mubù nga sirmun, A brief sermon; 2. short in height or quantity. Mubù si Napuliyun, Napoleon was a short man. Mubù ang mga sinínà karun, Dresses are short nowadays; 3. low. Mubù ang lamísa pára sa mga bátà, The tables for the children are low; 3a. low in price, grade. Pilía nang tinda nga mubù ra ug prisyu, Choose low-priced goods. Mubù ug grádu ang buluk, The dull child got a low grade; 4. in phrases: having little. — ug buut in a bad mood. Ayaw nag samuksamuka kay mubù run nag buut, Don’t disturb him because he is in a bad mood now. — ug ginháwa short-winded. — ug idukasiyun having little education. Mubù siyag idukasiyun maung way batásan, He’s just ignorant. That’s why he is ill-mannered. — ug lánat lacking endurance. Mubù ra siyag lánat sa lánguy, He cannot swim very far. — ug lupad like a prostitute. Ang mga babáying mubù ug lupad tinámay sa katilingban, Women of easy virtue are held in contempt by the community. — ug paminsar lacking thinking power. Mubù nà siyag paminsar. Maung gigastu ang puhúnan, He didn’t think very hard and that is why he spent his capital. — ug panlantaw lacking foresight. — ug pasinsiya lacking patience. — ug tinan-awan nearsighted. — ug tubul sensitive, easy to take offense. Kamubù nímug tubul uy. Dì man ka kakumidiyáhan, You’re too sensitive. It’s impossible to make a joke with you. — ug tul-an having short limbs; 5. low in pitch. Mubù siyag tíngug, She has a low voice; v. 1. be brief, concise. Mub-a ang ímung tubag, Make your answer short; 2. become low, make something low. Imubù (mub-a) lang pagtábas ang ákung sayal, Just cut my skirt short. Mub-i ning ákung buhuk dapit sa kílid, Cut my hair short on the sides. ha- a. short. -g- a. short (plural). Sa mugbù pa ang lubi, In olden times (when the coconuts were still short). -in- n. shortenings. Ang yúbi mauy minubù sa University of the Visayas, U.V. is short for the University of the Visayas.