List of Cebuano words starting with the letter K - Page 105

kapitaan

Cebuano

marsh



kapital

Cebuano

n. 1. capital letter; 2. capital city; 3. capital, resources; 3a. quality that is an asset to success. Kapital na nímu nang ímung pangútuk, Your brains are an asset to you; v. 1. write in capital letters. Kapitala (ikapital) pagsuwat ang mga ngálan sa táwu, Write the names of persons in capital letters; 2. make into a capital city; 3. put up capital. Niuprisir siya nga mauy mukapital sa manukan, He offered to put up the capital for a poultry business; 4. use as a source of profit or benefit. Ang kaálam ug katakus mauy maáyung ikapital sa panginabúhì, Knowledge and skill are assets in our struggle for existence. -ista n. capitalist; v. be a capitalist or financier.


kapitalismo

Cebuano

capitalism


kapitalista

Cebuano

n. financier


kapitan

Cebuano

captain


kapitan

Cebuano

n. 1. boat captain; 2. army captain. — sa baryu n. barrio captain, the titular head of the village. — birínu n. the one who treats when a group eats and drinks; v. treat a company. Kinsa may mukapitan birínu sa átung nangakáun? Whose treat is this dinner?


kapitíra

Cebuano

see kapi.


n. cafeteria, usually serving snacks, not heavy meals; v. make, have a cafeteria. paN- v. go to a cafeteria.


kapitoan

Cebuano

adj. seventeenth


kapitoan

Cebuano

n. seventy


kapitolyo

Cebuano

capitol


kapitul

Cebuano

n. provincial government building housing the provincial government administrative offices.


kapitulo

Cebuano

n. chapter


kapitulu

Cebuano

n. chapter of a book, Bible.


kapitulyu

Cebuano

see kapitul.


kapiyalan

Cebuano

adj. trustworthy


kapkáp

Cebuano

n. kind of trigger fish, bigger than the pugut, and black in color.


kapkap

Cebuano

see kalapkap.


kapkap

Cebuano

v. 1. grow clinging onto something Bágun nga nagkapkap sa paril, A vine climbing on the wall. Dakù na ang dákit sa káhuy nga íyang gikapkápan, The strangling fig is larger than the tree it has grown around; 2. grope for something Nagkapkap (nagpangapkap) na lang kung naglakaw sa ngitngit, I had to grope my way in the dark; 3. search a body for something Gikapkápan sa gwardiya ang buut musulud, The guard searched those who wanted to get inside; 4. struggle to obtain something Mukapkap (mangapkap) giyud ang táwu arun mabúhì, A man has to struggle to live; 5. sneak into a house with the intention of having intercourse with a girl. paN- v. 1. grope; 1a. grope for something to say. Ang táwung namakak mangapkap sa unsay itubag, A person who lies gropes for what to say.


kaplag

Cebuano

(from pálag) v. find something, come across something Adtu níya sa Mindanaw kaplága ang íyang kapaláran, He will seek his fortune in Mindanao. Nakaplagan na ang tambal sa tísis, The cure for TB has already been discovered. Hikaplagan na ang taguánan sa tulisan, They found the hiding place of the robbers. Bag-ung kaplag sa maputing tábil, New movie discovery.


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