List of Cebuano words starting with the letter K - Page 111

karahay

Cebuano

v. leave a place in a hurry. Unsa may naingnan átu? Mikarahay man tu pag-abut nákù? What’s the matter with her? She left as soon as I arrived. Amù ang tanang líhuk run kay gikarahayan mi sa mga míd, We do all the work now because our household help walked out on us suddenly.



karáhu

Cebuano

n. half-humorous reference to a big, clumsy, slow-witted person, often said in anger, but not necessarily so. Natumban ákung tiil sa karáhu, The lout stepped on my feet. Putì, dílì itum, karahúa ka, I said white, not black, you oaf.


karáhu

Cebuano

n. lizard fish: Trachinocephalus sp. and Saurida sp.


karáhu

Cebuano

n. penis (slang).


karakara

Cebuano

v. hurry someone or oneself up. Káda human sa ámung trabáhu mukarakara dáyun kug paúlì, As soon as work is over, I hurry home. Dì ka angayan mukarakára níyag súgù, It’s not right for you to give her orders and tell her to hurry it up. karakarahun a. fond of hurrying others.


karakter

Cebuano

n. character


karaktir

Cebuano

n. character in fiction.


karaktir

Cebuano

n. one of the nine mahjong pieces that have Chinese characters as their design; v. 1. for the piece as drawn to turn out to be a ‘character’. 2. get a ‘character’ mahjong piece.


karakul

Cebuano

n. general name for volute shells or other univalves similar in shape.


káral

Cebuano

v. 1. rattle, give a clattering sound. Mikáral ang baldi ngadtu sa kanal, The pail fell into the ditch with a clattering noise; 2. do something in a rattling, noisy way. Ayaw ikáral (karála) paggúyud ang silya, Do not drag the chair so noisily; n. clattering sound.


karamba

Cebuano

reference to someone made in mild anger, but not implying anything about the person to whom the reference is made. Karamba ning bat-ána. Nangáyù na pug túbig, Darn this child! He asked for another glass of water.


karambúla

Cebuano

n. 1. free-for-all cockfight in which three or more cocks take part; 2. free-for-all among people; 3. way of playing billiards such that the cue ball must hit both balls to score; 3a. score thus made; v. 1. hold a free-for-all cockfight; 2. have a free-for-all fight. Sa iláwum sa íyang dughan ingun sa adúnay daghang butang nga nagkarambúla, It was as if there were numerous matters fighting it out with each other deep in his breast.Husáyun ta lang ni. Ngánu bang karambuláhun pa man giyud? Let’s settle this case amicably. Why do we have to fight it out? 3. play carom billiards.


karamílu

Cebuano

n. white sugar that has been melted and allowed to harden, cut into rectangular pieces. It is used for beverages or flavoring; v. make rock sugar, put rock sugar into something.


karampag

Cebuano

n. kind of sweet potato with slightly lobed and almost rounded roots (some irregularly shaped) white-skinned, with very light yellow, mealy meat, not sweet.


karamusig

Cebuano

melee


karamúsing

Cebuano

n. noisy fight, such as that between cats and dogs; v. have a noisy fight.


karamutsing

Cebuano

see kamuritsing. see muritsing.


kárang

Cebuano

n. 1. stilts or similar contrivance to walk on, used for walking through water or for amusement; 2. see andadur; a. tall and lanky; v. 1. walk on stilts, make into stilts; 2. see andadur.


karangalan

Cebuano

honor


v. 1. be active and moving about a good deal. Nagkaransa ang duha ka buksidur nga nagpagayun, The two boxers danced about waiting for a chance. Nagkaransa na sad ang byúda, The widow is back in action again; 2. have a noisy quarrel, ruckus. Nagkakaransa na sad ang magtiáyung palaaway, The quarrelsome couple is at it again; n. action of moving about a lot, quarreling. Karansa sa istukáda, Dancing about in fencing.


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