List of Cebuano words starting with the letter K - Page 133

kaskás

Cebuano

see kalaskálas.



kaskas

Cebuano

see kalaskas.


kaskas

Cebuano

v. 1. dig in, scratch to get a foothold. Makakaskas kining ligíra bísan dangug ang dálan, This kind of tire can hold even on a slippery road; 2. strive hard, make great efforts. Mukaskas (mangaskas) ku karun myintras bátà pa, I’ll strive hard and make use of my time now while I’m still young; n. activities, intense work. Ímu ra man ang tanang kaskas dinhi, You are the one doing all the work here.


kaskas

Cebuano

v. strum a guitar. Kaskása ang sista kay musáyaw ku, Play the guitar because I’m going to dance; n. action of strumming. Akung kaskas, ákung sáyaw, Why do I have to do everything around here? (Lit. It’s my strumming and my dance.)


kaskas

Cebuano

v. uproot vines to clear an area. Kaskása ang kamutihan, Clear off the sweet potato patch.


kasku

Cebuano

n. 1. the framework and the main structure of something without appendages. Kasku sa sakayan, The hull of the boat. Kasku sa kutsi, The body of the car. Kasku sa táwu, The torso of a man. Kasku sa muskitíru, Walling of the mosquito net; 2. a blunt-bowed wooden boat with square stern about 30′ long, towed or with a sail, used for lightering or for river or coastal transport. It is so called because it consists of little more than a hull; v. build the basic structure of something, use as the basic structure. Wà pa ku makakasku sa ákung muskitíru kay wà pa kuy ilangitlángit, I haven’t made the sides of the mosquito net because I don’t have materials for the top.


kaskug

Cebuano

v. muster enough strength to move or to do something Dì pa makakaskug sa pagbángun ang masakitun, The patient doesn’t have enough strength to get up out of bed.


kasla

Cebuano

see tubatuba. see túba.


bride


bridegroom


kaso

Cebuano

case


kasosama

Cebuano

analogy


kasosyo

Cebuano

partner


kasoy

Cebuano

cashew


kaspa

Cebuano

n. dandruff; v. get dandruff. kaspahun a. having dandruff.


kaspag

Cebuano

a. for hair to be dry. Brilyantíni ang ímung buhuk kay kaspag kaáyu, Put brilliantine on your hair because it is very dry; v. for hair to become dry.


kaspat

Cebuano

see kampat.


kasta

Cebuano

caste


kasta

Cebuano

v. 1. for animals to mount in copulation. Ug mukasta ang báka sa láing báka, nag-ulag na, When the cow mounts another, it means she’s in heat; 2. have sexual intercourse, copulate (derogatory). Hígal kaáyung tawhána. Mukasta bisag unsang bayhána, He’s over-sexed. He’ll go to bed with anybody.


kastanits

Cebuano

see kastanyas, n2, v2.


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