Meaning of *súun

*súun

Cebuano

ig- n. brother or sister. ig- sa inahan, amahan n. half-sister or brother on one’s mother’s or father’s side. ig- sa ngálang ig- a brother in the real sense of the word; v. have as a brother or sister. paN- v. consider someone as a brother or sister. Ug ang Muslim na gániy makapangigsúun nímu, unúngan ka giyud, When a Muslim considers you a brother, he is loyal to you. mag-, manag- n. siblings; v. do something together as siblings. Imagsuun níla ang ílang nigusyu, The siblings will do business together. mag- sa lamísa apan dílì sa bulsa each must pay his own way, whether or not they are brothers (lit. brothers at the table but not with the pocketbook). Bayran giyud nímu ang ímung útang nákù kay bísan túud ug magsúun ta sa lamísa, dílì man sa bulsa, You should pay me what you owe because though we are brothers, we have different pocketbooks. inig-(→) n. in a brotherly, sisterly fashion. Inigsuung tambag, Sisterly advice.



suun

Cebuano

v. 1. imitate, adopt a fad or mannerism. Dílì ku musuun sa mga bag-ung múda sa pamisti, I will not follow the new dress styles. Sayun ra ning baylíha, sun-a lang ang ákung lákang, This dance is easy; just follow my steps; 2. wear something belonging to someone else. Sun-un ang ákung sinínà sa ákung manghud, My younger sister will wear my dress.


suun

Cebuano

v. 1. fill up a hole, cavity with solid objects. Siyay misuun ug balas sa ímung sapátus, He filled your shoes with sand. Sun-ig batu ang mga láta, Fill the cans with stones; 2. see sul-ut, 2.