List of Cebuano words starting with the letter K - Page 156

kaulahian

Cebuano

n. last



kaulangan

Cebuano

handicap


kaulangan

Cebuano

v. block


kaulaw

Cebuano

distance


kaulaw

Cebuano

embarrassment


kaulaw

Cebuano

n. shyness


kaulaw

Cebuano

shame


embarass


kaulawan

Cebuano

n. disgrace


kaulawan

Cebuano

n. embarrassment


kaulawan

Cebuano

n. scandal


kaulawan

Cebuano

n. shame


kaulay

Cebuano

chastity


kaulay

Cebuano

purity


kaulhian

Cebuano

last


kaulipnan

Cebuano

n. bondage


kaulohan

Cebuano

metropolis


kaulohan

Cebuano

n. capital


káun

Cebuano

v. 1. eat. Nagkaun ka na? Have you eaten? Nakakaun na kug amù, I have eaten monkey meat. Unsa may kan-un sa masakitun? What should the patient eat now? 1a. be eaten to get one to act in an unusual way. Unsay nakáun sa táwu? Mangúhit man, What got into you that you touched me? 2. destroy by fire, erosion, corrosion. Ang asidu mukáun ug tayà, Acid eats away rust. Ang balay gikaun sa kaláyu, The house was destroyed by the fire. Nahánaw siya kay gikaun man sa kangitngit, He suddenly vanished because he was engulfed in darkness. Gikaun ang túbu sa tayà, The pipe is corroded with rust. Dimungkug! Wà uruy kan-a sa kílat, The devil! Why didn’t lightning strike (lit. eat) him? Pangpang nga nakan-an sa balud, Cliff eroded by the waves; 3. consume, use up. Ang ímung plansa mukáun ug dakung kurinti, Your iron consumes a lot of electricity; 4. take a man in games of chess, checkers, and the like. Wà pa kan-i ang ákung mga piyun, None of my pawns has been captured yet; 4a. when one returns the shuttlecock in takyan (by kicking it), for the return kick to be caught and kicked by the opponent. Hikan-an ang ákung pátid kay ang ákung patid napatiran níya. Sa átù pa, hikan-an ku, My kick was returned (lit. eaten) because he returned the shuttlecock when I kicked it. In other words, I had my kick returned; 5. for a man to have sexual relations with a blood relative. Háyup ka mukáun kag kaugalíngung anak, You’re a beast. You have intercourse with your own child; 5a. for a girl to be old enough to be had for sexual intercourse; 6. for a fish to bite on one’s line. Wà ku kan-i gabíi, I didn’t get a bite last night; n. 1. food served. Sa míting adúna usáhay puy káun, In the meeting they sometimes serve food. Sa pagpabulan lábut na ang káun, If you work as a maid, food is included; 1a. action of eating. Tris díyas kung way káun, I went three days without food; 2. consumption, amount of something that is used up. Dakug káun sa gasulína ning kutsíha, This car consumes a lot of gas; 3. in games of chess, checkers or drafts: a turn to take an opponent’s man. Ákung káun, kúhà na ang ímung dáma, Now it’s my move to take your man. I have your king; 3a. action of taking a piece in mahjong which another player had discarded; 4. biting of fish. Kúsug ang káun sa isdà run, The fish are biting in force. pa- v. feed, give to eat. Pakan-a na ang mga bátà, Feed the children. Unsay átung ipakáun níla? What shall we give them to eat? pina- n. something fed with something special on a regular basis. Ákung sunuy pinakáug karni, My rooster is given meat. panag-(→) v. for several to eat. Gipanagkaun sa bilat sa ílang ina, The sons of bitches ate it. paniN- v. feed on, look for something to feed on. Naningáun sa kahumayan ang mga langgam, The birds are feeding in the ricefield. kan-anan v. eat s.w. regularly. kaunkáun, kaunkaun v. eat light snacks between meals. Aníay mga biskwit ug kúkis kun gustu mung magkaunkáun (magkaunkaun), Here are some biscuits and cookies for your snacks. kan-anan, kalan-an n. place to eat (eating table, dining room, restaurant). hiN- a. fond of eating. Hingáun kug mga prútas, I’m fond of fruits. -in- n. something eaten, consumed. Kináun sa gabas, Sawdust (what was eaten by the saw). kinan-an n. way of eating. kakan-unun, ka-un(→) a. feel very much like eating. Kakan-unun kug bága, I’m so angry I could eat coals. ma- n. food ready to eat. Inig-ulì ni Máma, daghan siyag dáng makáun, When Mom comes home, she will bring lots of food. pag- n. 1. meal. Maáyu sab tung pagkaúna dà, That was a good meal; 2. food. Unsay átung pagkáun dihà? What food do we have? kan-un n. cooked rice or corn. kalan-un 1. food. Kalan-un námù sa matag adlaw ihátag mu karung adláwa, Give us this day our daily bread; 2. snacks. -um-r-(→) a. ready to eat. — ug táwu be very angry. Ayaw mu pagsurangsurang kay kumakaug táwu ning ákung ginháwa, Don’t provoke me because I’m so angry I could eat someone right now.


kaung

Cebuano

n. a sweet delicacy made from the young fruit of the buri palm.


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