List of Cebuano words starting with the letter K - Page 112

karapáta

Cebuano

n. 1. kind of fast multiplying, blood-sucking mite that burrows under the skin in the pubic hair causing intense itching. It is commonly spread by prostitutes; 2. kind of tick; v. be infested with this kind of mite or tick.



karapatdápat

Cebuano

humorous euphemism for karapáta.


karapitsi

Cebuano

n. sugarcane crushing apparatus composed of two steel rollers stood vertically on a platform, turned by a long piece of timber which is pulled by a carabao. The carabao is made to walk round and round to turn the rollers while the sugarcane stalks are fed into them one or two at a time, and the juice is squeezed out into a vat; v. crush and squeeze juice out of sugarcane stalks with the karapitsi. karapitsihun ug bàbà having a mouth like a karapitsi—i.e., a voracious eater.


karapkarap

Cebuano

v. grope blindly for something to hold on to. Nagkarapkarap ming misúbay sa pasilyu kay napáwung ang sugà, We groped our way along the corridors because the lights went out.


káras

Cebuano

a. 1. for citrus to be acrid and biting; 2. for the throat to be raspy, dry, and sore; v. 1. for citrus fruit to be biting in taste due to acidity; 2. for the throat to be raspy, dry, and sore. Nagkáras ang ákung tutunlan pagkináun sa buúngun nga káras ug lamì, I felt a stinging sensation in my throat after eating too much of the acrid pomelo.


karas

Cebuano

harrow


karas

Cebuano

rake


karas

Cebuano

v. 1. rake out something growing, harrow. Karasa ang mga sagbut, Remove the weeds by raking. Karasi ang humayan human madáru, Harrow the paddy after you plow it. 2. scratch lightly. Nakaras ang íyang buktun sa tunuk, His arm got scratched by the thorns; 3. scratch out, cross off. Karasun ku ang ngálan mu sa lista, I’ll cross your name off the list; n. 1. rake, harrow; 2. light scratch; 3. marks made to cross something off.


káras

Cebuano

v. do something suddenly in a hurry. Mikáras siyag saka sa táas pag-abut sa mga bisíta kay nagkarsunsilyu lang, He suddenly rushed upstairs when the visitors arrived because he was in his underwear.


karaskaras

Cebuano

v. behave roughly and ill-mannered, as when drunk. Dì ta makakaraskaras sa parti kay purmal man, You can’t let your hair down in the party, for it is a formal affair.


kárat

Cebuano

a. 1. giving off a grating sound like the sound given off by a sharp-pointed metal instrument rubbed on a surface; 2. see árat; v. give off a scraping or grating sound. Nakárat (mikárat) na ang tíngug sa radiyupúnu kay hilis na ang dágum, The victrola gives off a raspy sound because the needle is worn down. Makakárat (makapakárat) sa pawuntin pin kung iduut ni pagsuwat, Pressing down hard on the fountain pen causes it to give off a rough, grating sound.


karat

Cebuano

harsh


karat

Cebuano

v. for a top to keep jumping about instead of spinning steadily. Mukarat (makarat) ang ímung kasing ug dì matàrung ang lansang, Your top will jump about if the nail is not in straight.


karáti

Cebuano

n. karate; v. 1. practice, do the art of karate. Ayaw siyag hagíta kay kamau nang mukaráti, Don’t challenge him because he is skilled in karate; 2. deliver a karate chop with the side of the palm. Buak ning halublak ug ákung karatíhun, This cement block will break in two if I hit it with a karate chop. karatihay v. engage in karate blows against each other. -sta, -syan n. one versed in karate; v. become an expert in karate.


karatil

Cebuano

n. large reel to which strands of hemp fiber twisted into rope are wound, used in rope manufacture; v. reel twisted hemp strands on a frame in the process of making rope.


karatil

Cebuano

v. move away from s.w. fast and suddenly. Pagsirbátu sa pulis nikaratil ug panágan ang mga nanaghantak, When the cop blew his whistle the gamblers immediately took to their heels.


karatola

Cebuano

billboard


karatola

Cebuano

shingle


karatola

Cebuano

sign


karatsutsi

Cebuano

see kalatsutsi.


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