List of Cebuano words starting with the letter K - Page 103

kapihon

Cebuano

brown



kapikal

Cebuano

n. anger


kapikal

Cebuano

n. disgust


kapikal

Cebuano

n. indignation


kapikal

Cebuano

n. rage


kapikal

Cebuano

n. wrath


kapìkapì

Cebuano

v. for an emaciated person or animal to move with unsure steps. Nagkapìkapì na intáwun ang tisísun, The T.B. patient is walking unsteadily.


kapikas

Cebuano

half


kapildihan

Cebuano

n. defeat


kapildihon

Cebuano

n. perdition


kapilian

Cebuano

alternative


kapilya

Cebuano

n. chapel


kapilya

Cebuano

n. small chapel or temporary chapel built annually to honor a patron saint; v. construct a chapel.


kapilyan

Cebuano

chaplain


kapilyo

Cebuano

adj. mischievous


kapin

Cebuano

n. excess


kapin

Cebuano

n. gain


kapin

Cebuano

surplus


kapin

Cebuano

v. be in excess or extra. Mukapin sa gatus ang mitambung, More than a hundred people attended. Nagkapin ka na sa ímung pagpasagad, Your irresponsibility is getting too much. Kapinan ug sulti sa tabian ang íyang mga libak, The gossip always exaggerates the stories she tells behind people’s backs. Kapin sa tungà ang ganansiya, The profit was more than half. — kun kúlang more or less. Ang íyang mga apu kapin kun kúlang, singkuwinta ka buuk, He has fifty grandchildren, more or less. — nga buut ulterior motive. Ayaw laínag sabut. Way kaping buut niíning ákung ihátag, Do not misunderstand me. I have no ulterior motives in giving you this. may (way) — nga kabubut-un having strings attached. Dúna giyuy kaping kabubut-un ang paghátag, kay unyà lisud pagbalíbad, There are strings attached to that gift, because she’s going to have a hard time refusing him after she has accepted it. — pa moreover. Kapin pa, nasáyud na giyud ang bána sa íyang gibúhat didtu, Moreover, the husband also found out about everything she did there. pa- v. give an excess or extra. Ngánu bang mukapin pa man giyud siyag sulti? Why does he have to say more than what is necessary? Gipakapinan kug usa ka buuk kay mipalit kug usa ka dusína, She gave me an extra one, because I bought a whole dozen; n. extra, something additional given. hiN-, hiN-(→) v. be done to an excessive degree. Naghingápin ra ang íyang pag-inum, He drinks too much. -an(→) 1. having anomalous growth s.w. in the body; 2. the donkey’s ears abalone, or any oval-shaped abalone, so called because there is more flesh in proportion to the shell-size than other types of bivalves. -an see -an(→), 2. tag-(→) each more than. Tagkápin sa gatus ámung báhin, We get more than a hundred as our share.


v. average


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