a. 1. itchy. Katul ákung kamut. Kwarta na, My hands are itching. I must be due to get some money; 1a. having a social disease (lit. having an itch). Ug katul ang gamítun nímung babáyi ..., If you happen to have sexual contact with a woman who has the itches ... 2. causing itch. Katul ang dápaw sa mais, The hairs on corn plants are itchy. — ug kamut a. having hands that itch to steal; v. 1. itch, feel itchy. Mukatul ang ákung pánit ug abugan, My skin itches if dust gets on it. Nangálut siya sa bukubuku kay gikatlan, He is scratching his back because he itches; 2. feel a restless desire or craving to do something Makabatì gánì kug tukar, katlan dáyun ku, Whenever I hear music, I feel the itch (to dance). 2a. feel the itch to have sex. Ug katlan ka, pangrílis, If you feel the urge, go to the rílis (red light district). (←) v. itch intensely. katulkatul n. 1. skin disease that itches; 2. something which is enough to stimulate, but not satisfy and then displeases because it is inadequate. Mu ra nay ihátag mung kwarta? Nagkatulkatul lang nà nákù, Is that all you’re giving me? It just makes me itch. It isn’t enough to satisfy.
n. mosquito repellent in coil form, burnt to give off smoke (from the brand name Katul); v. burn a mosquito coil.
n. Catholic Defenders, an organization sworn to defend the Roman Catholic church against attacks from within or without; v. be a member of the Catholic Defenders.
n. Roman Catholic (female).
n. 1. Roman Catholic religion; 2. a Roman Catholic; v. become a Roman Catholic.
n. three times