List of Cebuano words starting with the letter K - Page 175

kimù

Cebuano

v. 1. wash out a stain with a little water without taking the clothes off. Kimui lang nang namantsahan arun makúhà, Just wash out the stain you got on your dress to get rid of it right away; 2. eat up something in a jiffy. Kimua (ikimù) na lang nang ímung gikaun kay manlákat na ta, Eat your food down quickly because we’re leaving.



kimud, kímud

Cebuano

v. point to a place or at something with mouth or chin. Mikímud siya diin sila padúng, He pointed out where they went to with his mouth.


kimug

Cebuano

v. twitch involuntarily. Nagkimug ang ákung unud sa kagiluk, My flesh trembled because it tickled me so much. Gikimúgan siyang namínaw sa mangilngig nga balità, The terrible news chilled her. paN- v. keep trembling. kimugkimug v. see paN-.


kimùkímù

Cebuano

v. for flesh to quiver, shiver. Mukimùkímù (mangimùkímù) ang átung unud basta tugnaw, Our flesh quivers if it’s cold. Magkimùkimù ang unud sa kabáyù nga isugba, Horse flesh appears to twitch when it’s put over the coals.


kímun

Cebuano

v. gather a wide skirt together in front of the body to hide something, or get it out of the way, or minimize body odor, and the like. Kimúnun (ikímun) sa girigla ang íyang sayal ug náay muági, The woman gathers her skirt close to her body when someone passes by because she is menstruating.


kimúna

Cebuano

n. kind of loose, short-sleeved blouse worn as part of the native costume, cut low at the neck and made of a flimsy, translucent material; v. wear a kimúna, make into a kimúna.


a. murky, or dark such that it is difficult to see. Kimut ákung mata kay bag-u pa kung nagmata, My eyes are dim because I just got up; v. 1. be, become gloomy, dark. Mikímut ang kalibútan pagsálup sa búlan, Everything became dark when the moon set; 2. for one’s expression to be gloomy. Unsay suliran, tì, nga nagkim-ut man nang dagway mu? What’s your problem, friend? Your face is so gloomy.


kin araan

Cebuano

obsolete


kina-an(→)

Cebuano

affix added to adjectives or nouns referring to a position to form nouns which mean ‘the most [adj.]’ or ‘the very heart of.’ Kinadak-an, The largest. Kinamaayuhan, The best. Kinalawran, The deepest part of the sea. Ang trapik layit náa sa kinasang-an sa dálan, The traffic light is in the very middle of the crossing.


kinaadman

Cebuano

education


kinaadman

Cebuano

knowledge


kinaadman

Cebuano

n. science


kinaadman

Cebuano

wisdom


n. surgery


kinabagan

Cebuano

n. majority


kinabagan

Cebuano

thickest


masterpiece


adj. hapless


kinabuhi

Cebuano

being


kinabuhi

Cebuano

blood


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