Languages

Cebuano

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Introduction

Cebuano is a language of Philippines. It is spoken in Negros, Cebu, Bohol, Leyte, Biliran, and south Masbate provinces; parts of Mindanao. Also in United States. .

Dialects

Boholano, Cebu, Leyte, Mindanao Visayan. Boholano sometimes considered a separate language.

The Cebuano Verb

Sample Verbs

to bitemopáak
to blowmohangin, mohuyóp
to breathemoginháwa
to burnsúnugon
to buymopalít
to chewúsapon, mousap
to choosepílî-on
to climbmosáka
to comeánhi, moanhi, moari
to cookmagluto
to countihap
to crymohílak
to cut, hackmobúghâ, moputól
to die, be deadmamatay
to digmokálot
to dreammagdámgo
to drinkmoinúm
to eatmokáon
to fallmahúlog
to fearmahádlok
to flowágas, áwas
to flymolupád
to growmotúbô
to hearmadungóg, maminaw
to hidetagô
to hitmaigô, manumbag, mobángag
to holdmohawid, mokupot
to huntmàmaríl, mangayam
to killmopatáy
to know, be knowledgeablekabalò, kamaò, maalamon, ma-antígo
to laughmokatáwa
to lie downmohigdâ
to live, be alivemabuhi
to open, uncovermoukab, ukabon
to plantmagtanúm
to pound, beatlubókon
to saybúngat, súlti
to scratchkáloton
to seemotan-aw
to sewmagtahí
to shootmamana, motira
to sitmolíngkod
to sleepmatúlog
to sniff, smellmosímhot
to spitmanluwa
to splitpíkason
to squeezemopuǵaʔ
to stab, piercedunggab, lubâ, túhog
to standmotíndog
to stealkáwaton
to suckmosúpsup
to swellmohúbag
to swimmolangóy
to thinkmaghunahúna
to throwilábay
to tie up, fastenihukót
to turnmoliko
to walklakát, molakáw
to vomitmosuka, su'ka
to workmag-uma
to yawnmanghúy-ab

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