nubyana girlfriend, a fiancée, a brideNagka'igwa si Nistur ning nubya; hasta nang 'ulīhi na hay naging yu'asāwa na.Nestor happened to have a girlfriend; then later she became [his] play spouse.Buy'un nang pāri' 'ang singsing nang nubyu kag 'isuksuk sa tudlu' nang nubya.The ring of the groom will be gotten by the priest and will be put on the ring finger of the bride.'Ang bisti kunu nang nubya dāpat hay 'indi' kunu pag'isūkuy kay kung ginasuksuk kunu 'ina' nga dā'an nga waya' pa makasay hay 'indi' kunu madayun 'ang 'inda pagpakasay.The gown of the fiancée will not be worn because when it is worn ahead of time when the wedding has not yet been performed their wedding might not continue.
NubyimbrinNovember, a month of the Gregorian Calendar'Aku natāwu 'aku nang mil nuwībi syintus singkwinta 'ūnu, Nubyimbri baynti singku.As for me, I was born in nineteen hundred and fifty-one, November twenty five.
nubyuna boyfriend, a fiancé, a bridegroomPuydi na gali' 'aku sa 'īmu makapangasāwa kay waya' 'ikaw ning nubyu.It is possible for me to court you now because you have no boyfriend.Kung 'ūras na nga kasayun 'ang nubyu kag nubya 'igwa naman 'ina' dira' ning manga 'anītu.When it is about time for the fiancé and fiancée to have their wedding there are again taboos there.'Ūna ginahungītan nang nubyu 'ang nubya.First the bride has food put into [her] mouth by the bridegroom.
nūgunkanūgunadjSomething is squandered or wasted.'Indi' na 'aku nindu pagbakyi ning makina kay kanūgun lang 'ang kwarta!I should no longer have a sewing machine bought by you because the money will just be wasted!panganūgunnsomeone's regret about a particular action or conditionTūdu gid 'ang 'iya ning panganūgun sa kwarta nga 'iya gingpusta'.Her regret about the money which she used for betting is intense.
nunukna payapa tree, a variety of the balete treeFicus payapa (Blanco.)A strangling fig; an epiphyte which attaches itself to the base of another tree and eventually takes over the form of that tree. It is feared because it is believed to be the haunt of various manevolent spirits.
nunutvSomeone accompanies someone else or joins someone else in an activity.antginabuyagbuyagnagkabuyagbuyagmagnunutinfto accompany someone, join in an activityGustugustu ku gid magnunut kay Samsun kaysa mutur nga pangdāgat kami masakay.I want very much toaccompany Samson because we will ride in a motorboat.Ka'ayu'āyu gid gali' 'ang magnunut da matū'ud sa pag'atlit.It is really very interesting [for one] to join in athletics.makanunutTatay, Nanay puydi ba 'aku makanunut sa bayay ni Lūlu? Sīgi na, tugūti na 'aku nindu.Father, mother, may I accompany grandfather to their house? Come on, I should be permitted to go with them now.manunutKung gustu mu gid kunu sa 'ākun, manunut ka pa Mindūru.If you really like me you will accompany us to Mindoro.naganunut.Kung si Ramun hay nagakadtu sa 'uma 'ang 'iya 'āyam hay naganunut da.When Ramon goes to his upland field his dog accompanies him.nagapangnunūtanHay 'ang 'iya 'ina' trabāhu hay nagalāya; 'aku naman nagapangnunūtan sa pūkut.As for the work of that one, it was weaving mats; as for me I was joining many in net fishing.nagnunutWaya' na 'aku nagnunut kay Marya pagbakay ning bisti.I did not accompany Maria in buying a gown.nakanunutNang yadtu na kami sa Wist Bisāyan, nakanunut na 'aku.When we were in West Visayas, I was able to accompany [the group].numunutKung gustu mu gid sa 'ākun, numunut ka paMindūru.If you really like me, accompany [me] to Mindoro.pagnunutgersomeone's accompanying someone or joining in some activityNang 'aring pagtird yir ku na, naka'īsip na 'aku nga kung 'ākun sigīhun 'ang pagnunut sa 'atlit hay daw 'indi' gid 'aku makatu'un masyādu.When it was my third year, I realized that if I kept on joining athletics I probably wouldn't be able to learn much more.antbuyag
nurtinthe direction northBanda sa nurti 'ang halin nang hāngin.The wind came from the direction of the north.
nusnusvA floor is mopped by someone.ginanusnusan'Ang ginahuman ku, hay ginanusnusan 'ang sayug, ginalampasūhan kag ginasilhigan.What is done by me is that the floor is mopped, polished and swept.
nutbukna notebook used to take notes in a course of study'Ibagsak kunu 'aku niya; tapus pag'abut nang 'ūras matā'as 'ang 'ākun nabu'uy; 'ang 'ākun manga nutbuk hay kumplītu.I would be dropped, she said, by her [from the class; but] later when the time came [the grades] I got were high [because] my notebooks were complete.synkwadirnu
nuwībi2varnaybi2card num adjnine actions, people, pieces of something, situations, things, times, units of measurementsynsyam For a description of the use of numbers of Spanish origin, see entry 'ūnu.21, Cardinal Numbers