Meaning of uga

uga

Cebuano

adj. dry



uga

Cebuano

a. 1. dry, having no moisture. Uga na kaáyu ang kupras, The copra is very dry now. Ugang ubu, A dry (hard) cough; 2. lifeless, dry in personality. Uga kaáyu nà siyang ikaisturya, He is very lifeless to talk to; n. dried fish; v. 1. dry out; cause something to do so. Nag-uga (nagpauga) ku ug isdà, I am drying some fish. Muuga (mauga) ra nà ug ihayhay, It will get dry if you hang it up. Nagkauga na ang atábay, The well is drying up. Hiughan na ang ímung linadlad, The clothes you were bleaching have gotten dry; 2. get lifeless and dry in manner. Nauga na man ka run, You have become cool to us. 3. be affected by something being dry; 3a. have a dry labor. Naglísud pagpanganak ang babáyi kay naughan, The woman had a difficult delivery because she had a dry labor; 3b. for one’s throat to be parched. — ang tutunlan needing a drink (of liquor).