List of Cebuano words starting with the letter K - Page 14

kabilinggan

Cebuano

defect



kabilinggan

Cebuano

encumbrance


kabilinggan

Cebuano

hindrance


kabilinggan

Cebuano

jeopardy


kabilinggan

Cebuano

n. 1. impediment to one’s freedom of action. Makalangyaw ku kay ulitáwu pang way kabilinggan, I’m free to travel as I am unmarried and have no responsibilities. Dúnay kabilinggan ang yútà, There’s some problem with the title to that land. walay — a. of no impediment. b. of no importance. Dinhay áway piru wà tuy kabilinggan, There was a fight, but it was nothing worth talking about. Way kabilinggan nang samára. Kadlas ra, That wound was nothing. It was just a scratch. Way kabilinggan ug hutdan tag kwarta kay makahuwam ta, It doesn’t matter if we run out of money because we can always borrow; 2. responsibility. Dakung kabilinggan ang pagkuput ug dakung kwarta, It’s a big responsibility to be in charge of a large sum of money; 3. things to attend to. Dúgay siyang maulì kay may kabilinggan pang giatiman sa upisína, He will come home late because he has something to attend to at the office. -un a. having responsibilities.


kabilinggan

Cebuano

obstacle


kabilíti

Cebuano

n. ridge pole of a roof; v. make, put in a ridge pole.


kabilkabil

Cebuano

see kawilkawil. see kawil.


kabilúsu

Cebuano

a. ready to take offense and therefore trouble-prone. Dílì katiáwan ang táwung kabilúsu, You can’t play jokes on people who take offense easily; v. become readily offended and therefore trouble-prone. Ug magkabilúsu ka íning dapíta, tabangan ka giyud sa mga buguy dinhi, If you act touchy around these parts, the toughs will gang up on you.


kabilya

Cebuano

n. 1. bars for reinforcing concrete; 2. iron bars for window grills; v. put iron bars in.


kábin

Cebuano

n. ship’s cabin; v. travel cabin class.


kabina

Cebuano

cockpit


kabinet

Cebuano

cabinet


Kabinete

Cebuano

n. Cabinet


kabinete

Cebuano

n. cabinet


kabingangha

Cebuano

n. surprise


kabinit

Cebuano

cabinet


kabinit

Cebuano

n. cabinet, case with drawers or shelves for medicine, food, jewelry, etc.


kábir

Cebuano

n. cover; v. 1. put a cover on something Kabíri ang libru arun dì mahúgaw, Put cover on the book so it won’t get dirty; 2. protect oneself from blows with the hands. Mukábir siya dáyun kun dyában, He covers immediately if his opponent jabs him; 3. cover the ball in a volleyball game. Páwul kay síku ímung gikábir, Foul! You covered the ball with your elbow. kabirkábir v. dílì, walà — fail to keep something concealed, be direct where propriety requires the opposite. Sa walay kabirkábir íya akung gihingawátan, Without beating around the bush, he accused me of being a thief.


kabir

Cebuano

v. make a profit. Dakug makabir ang nigusyung ismagling, There’s a big profit to be made in the smuggling business. Bay-ansil mauy ákung nigusyung nakabiran, I made profit in the business of buying and selling.


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