List of Cebuano words starting with the letter K - Page 15

kabísa

Cebuano

n. 1. provincial capital; 2. village chief. — dibaranggay, sa baryu see kabísa, 2. v. be, become the village chief.



kabisáda

Cebuano

n. bridle; v. 1. put a bridle; 2. make into a bridle.


kabisádu

Cebuano

a. 1. have complete knowledge of something Kabisádu na nákù ang (kabisádu na aku sa) mga dálan dinhi, I’m completely familiar with roads here; 2. have complete knowledge of a procedure. Kabisádu kaáyu siya sa mga makina, He is very knowledgeable about engines.


kabisdak

Cebuano

n. an old variety of paddy rice with long, white grains.


kabisilya

Cebuano

n. head of the table; v. sit, seat at the head of the table.


kabisíra

Cebuano

n. 1. capital town; 2. seat at the place at the table occupied by the most honored person in the group.


kabisog

Cebuano

daring


kabit

Cebuano

girlfriend/boyfriend on the side


kábit

Cebuano

n. gambling game of tossing coins, where bets are placed on heads or tails; v. toss coins.


kabit

Cebuano

v. 1. cling to, hang on to. Punù na kaáyu ang trák. Mukabit lang ta, The truck is already full. Let’s just hang on to the sides; 2a. join in on a transportation franchise on a minor basis. Mukabit na lang sila sa ámung linya kay duruha ra man ka buuk ang ílang dyip, They have decided to let their jeep run on our line as they only have two; 2b. hook up to a telephone with another line; 3. set decorations in another material. Ang sinínà sa birhin gikabitan ug mga brilyanti, The dress of the image was inlaid with diamonds; 4. be late in planting (grab on to the tail end of the season). Makabit giyud ning átung pagpugas tungud sa kadúgay sa ulan, We’ll be late sowing because the rains came late; 5. take a paramour or lover; n. 1. connection of public transportation, party line in telephone. Bísi kaáyu ang tilipunu kay daghang kabit, The telephone is very busy because there are a lot of party lines; 2. someone with whom one has extra-marital relations. Nahibalu na giyud ang asáwa nga may kabit diay si Tiruy, The wife finally found out that Terry had a paramour; 3. planted at the end of the season.


kabkab

Cebuano

n. 1. kind of fern, grown as an ornamental: Drynaria quercifolia; 2. kind of light brown, thick, edible fungus.


kabkab

Cebuano

see kalabkab.


kabkab

Cebuano

v. dig a hole by scooping out dirt. Gikabkab sa irù ang bukug, The dog dug up the bone. — sa, ang kabúhì v. press the finger tips into the pit of the stomach to relieve it of kabúhì and massage it with a digging motion. -ay(→) n. action of digging and disturbing the surface. Pwirting kabkabay sa mga táwu sa nasunúgan! How the people dug around the ruins of the fire!


kablegrama

Cebuano

n. cable


kabli

Cebuano

n. cable, wire rope.


kabligráma

Cebuano

n. cablegram.


kabling

Cebuano

v. turn something heavy over on its side. Dì ka makakabling ánang aparadur nga mau rang usa, You can’t turn that chiffonier over on its side all by yourself.


kablit

Cebuano

v. 1. touch, move something by curling the fingers. Maáyu siyang mukablit ug sista, He plays the guitar well. Gikablit ku siya arun mulíngì, I touched her to get her to turn to me. Hikablitan gánì ang gátu, maimpas ka giyud, If you accidentally pull the trigger, you’ll be done for; 2. ask a favor readily from a close acquaintance or friend. Makakablit (makapangablit) ta sa átung manidyǐr ug dúna tay kinahanglánun, We can always ask a favor from the manager if ever we need anything. Wà giyud kay makablit dihà sa kustums? Don’t you have any friends (to help us out) at the Customs? -in- v. play a guitar. Unsa mang kantaha ang íyang gikinablit? What’s that song he’s playing on the guitar? n. action of playing a guitar. -l-un, -l-un(→) a. sensitive, easily angered.


kabo

Cebuano

bucket


kabo

Cebuano

corporal


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