Meaning of utud



v. 1. cut something long in two or something off of it. Utdun níya ang pán álang ninyung duha, She will break the bread for the two of you. Giutdan níya ang hílu, He cut a piece off the thread; 2. be, become short after something has been cut off. Nagkautud ang písì nga sígig kabugtù, The rope is getting shorter and shorter because it keeps breaking; a. short after a part has been cut off; n. sibling. (←) see utud, n. ka- n. blood relation.