Masbatenyo - English


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uru-1úru-prefixrepetitive action, every. This affix occurs as a prefix to a stemAdi siya uruadlaw.He is here every-day.
uruadlawurùádlawadj daily, every daySa uruadlaw ta na pagpangabuhay dili gayod maiwasan an mga remalaso.In our daily living accidents really cannot be-avoided.Variantadlaw dailyadv Nagaampo siya uruadlaw na mahali an bato.He was-praying daily that the stone would-be-removed.cfadlaw
uruiragaurùiragân toy ratcfiraga rat
urupodurúpodn social groupkàurúpodadj accompanying, associated, complementaryMay tulo sani na mga urupod na senyales na makikita.There-are three of-these accompanying signs which will-be-seen.cfkaupodcompanionbarkada companion
urusadurusádadj united, concerted, combinedcfusad one
us-ogus-ógv [c2] MAG- actmag-us-ógv move asidesynisog1move over
us-osus-ósv [c2] MAG- actmag-us-ósv wiggle down. Refers to wiggling down toward the feet while lying down
usa1usán deerNakakita ka na sin usa?Have you already seen a deer?
usa2úsav [c2] MA- patmàúsav 1vwonder, be surprisedNausa ako kun nano kay nagkurarat an asawa ni Rico?I wondered why Rico's wife shrieked.This verb form is used primarily in the Ticao dialect.synlasansurprisengarat surprisengalas surprisetingala surprise2adjsurprisedmakàuúsaadj wonderfulsynngawa
usadusádadj one, single, aIgwa kami sin usad na kanding.We-excl have one goat.synunooneVariantisad oneVariantisad 3aurusádn group, togetherness, unionmagkàurúsadv [c2] 1MAG-, MAGKA- act. agree, concur, be in agreement, see eye to eye, be of same mind, be of same opinionNagakaurusad sinda sa paghimo sin bubon.They are-agreeing for making a well.2gather together, fellowship together, do togetherMaski hagrayo an mga balay pero pirme sinda nagkakaurusad.Even-though the houses were-far-apart but they always gathered-together.màusádadj about oneSan mausad na ka bulan an akon pagiskwila, nano kay baga'n dili na lugod ako gusto magpalta?When about-one month of my schooling passed, why is it as though I really do not want to be absent?mag-usád-na-ka-simánav do for one day/week/month/year. This meaning results from attaching a verbal affix to a Count Noun phraseNag-usad-na-ka-simana an pag-iriskwela san mga eskwela.The studying of-the students has-been-for-one-week already.usádanadj suitable for one, adequate for onekàurusádann unity, harmony, accord, oneness, unionIgwa sinda sin kaurusadan.They have unity.
usigusígv [c4] MAG- act; -ON pat. bark. As of an animalmag-usígv barkNano kay nagausig si Puppy?Why is Puppy barking?paràusígadj fond of barkingParausig ini na tutoy.This puppy is fond-of-barking.pag-úsign barkingAn pag-usig san ido an nakapamata sa akon.The barking of-the dog is what awakened me.magparàúsigv nag, pester, hassle, badger, harass. Usually used to refer to women who are always critical of othersDili ka magparausig sa imo asawa.Do not be-continually-nagging your husband.
usisausísav [c8] MAG- act; -ON pat; -AN loc; I- ben.mag-usísav investigate, scrutinize, study carefully, research, find out ; be curiousMag-usisa ka didto manungod sa ikininamatay ni Jose.You investigate there concerning the cause of Jose's death.synusyuso inquirepag-usísan curiosityDili maraot an pag-usisa.Curiosity is not bad.màinusísaadj curiousMainusisa ini na bata.This child is curious.
uslotúslotv [c7] MAG- exp; -AN loc; I- acc; PA--ON pat.mag-úslotv 1protrude, bulgeNagauslot an batangas sa iya bulsa.The dagger is-protruding-out of his pocket.2sproutNag-uslot na an pisog san munggo.The seeds of-the mungo-plant have-sprouted already.pag-úslotn protrusion, bulgeAn pag-uslot san iya sipol an nahadlukan san daraga.The protrusion of his knife is what frightened the marriagable-girl.synwalwal protruding
usoúson style, fashion, fad, vogue. This is a generic term refering to clothing stylesyntabas stylemodafashion
usok1úsokn stick, fenceNatumba an usok san tanom.The fence of-the plants fell-down.usúkann fenced area, enclosed areaHalapad an akon usukan.My fenced-area is wide.ìúsokv [c7] MAG- act; -AN loc; I- acc/ben. jab into the ground to erect something. Means to jab something into the ground to make it stand uprightIusok agod dili matumba.Jab-it-into-the-ground so-that it will-not fall-over.
usok2úsokn smokesynaso2 smoke
UsonÚsonn Uson. The name of a town in the province of Masbate, PhilippinesIgwa sin duha na parapangisda sa Uson.There-were two fishermen in Uson.
usongúsongv [c14] -ON patusúngonv be shoulder carriedGin-usung-usong ako ni Itay.Itay carried me on-his-shoulder.cfabaga shoulder
uswagúswagv [c2] MAG- actmag-úswagv progress, prosper, move forwardAmo ini an amon paglaom na padayon kamo na mag-uswag.This is our hope that you will continue to develop.pag-úswagn progressMabubuhay ako kaupod niyo agod makabulig sa iyo pag-uswag.I will-live with you in-order to-be-able-to-help in your progress.
usyusousyúsov [c8] MAG- act; -ON pat; -AN loc; I- acc.mag-usyúsov inquire, be curioususyusíroadj curious personcfusisa
utalutálTagadj dumb, defective in speechMay bungol kag utal na tawo na gindara didto.There-was a deaf and dumb person who was-brought there.cfdilot not pronounce clearlynguyittongue tiedapa1 lumpia wrappermagkàutálv [c5] MAGKA- exp; -ON pat; -AN goal. become garbled, speak defectivelyNagkautal-utal an iya pagsurumaton san nakakita san tulisan.His speech became-garbled when he saw the robbers.
utanútann 1cooked vegetable. Usually refers to leafy vegetablesAn amon sura utan.Our-excl main-dish is cooked-vegetable.2vegetable boiled in coconut milk and spicesutánonn raw vegetable, uncooked vegetableMagbakal ka sin utanon sa mirkado.You buy some raw-vegetables at-the market.syngulay vegetablemag-útanv [c5] MAG- ag; -ON pat ; -AN loc. cook vegetablesMag-utan ka sin upo.You cook some white-squash.
utangútangn debt, account, creditBayadan mo an imo utang.You pay your debt.mag-útangv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN loc; I- acc. owe, be indebted, be obligatedNag-utang siya sa akon sin kwarta.She owed me some money.utangánn creditorparàutángn debtorútang na buótn debt of gratitudeDili mababayadan an utang na buot.The debt-of-gratitude cannot be-paid-with-money.
utasutásBkladj completely dead, broken, cut off. Refers to plant lifesynutod1
utay-utayutay-útayCebv [c1] do little by little, do slowlyUtay-utay na nawawara an baho.The smell fades-to-nothing little-by-little.