List of Cebuano words starting with the letter K - Page 188

kíput

Cebuano

v. 1. for an opening to become closed or something exposed to get to be covered or hidden, cause it to do so. Si Dyúli ang mikíput sa lungag sa bungbung, Jolly closed up the hole in the wall. Mikíput (nakíput) ang íyang mga mata ug hinílak, Her eyes became mere slits from crying. Kipútun ku nang ímung dakung bàbà, I’ll shut that big mouth of yours. Kipúti ug gamay nang ímung mga páa, Keep your legs more together; 2. disappear from one’s sight in a flash. Wà gánì siya makatimbayà nákù. Mikíput lang, He didn’t even greet me. He just flashed by me. (→) 1. see kíput, 2. 3. for the surface of the water or ground to be high enough to bury something standing erect. Lawum na ang buhù kay mikiput na sa ímung úlu, The pit is now deep enough because it is higher than your head. Inigtáub kiptan ang bungsud, When it’s high tide, the sea rises above the fish corral. pa- a. woman who plays hard to get. Dì dáyun nà musugut nímu kay pakíput nang dakù, She won’t accept your love right away because she is great at playing hard to get; v. for a woman to play hard to get.



kíput

Cebuano

v. move about or do something busily, in quick movements and in a quiet manner. Sígi ka lang gakíput sa kusína bísag gabíi na, Why are you still busying yourself in the kitchen at this late hour? kiputkiput see kíput.


kírà

Cebuano

v. move or wobble rapidly back and forth or side to side. Nagkírà ku sa kúna pagtū́g sa bátà, I’m rocking the crib to make the baby sleep. Mikírà ang sakayan kay dagkù kaáyu ang bawud, The boat rocked because of the big waves. kiràkírà rock or wobble rapidly back and forth; n. rocking motion. síya nga — n. rocking chair.


kírang

Cebuano

see kindangkindang.


kirat

Cebuano

a. having a scar in the upper part of the eye. Kirat nà siya kay mibutu ang hubag sa íyang mata, He has a scar on the upper part of his eye because his boil burst; v. develop such a scar.


kíraw

Cebuano

v. 1. mess, mix things up. Gikíraw ang ákung aparadur unyà wà hipúsa, someone messed up my closet without putting the things back; 2. steal something Putlan kug kamut ang mikíraw sa alkansiya, I’ll cut off the hands of whoever stole the piggy bank; n. activity, hum of business. Ang kíraw sa balay sa kaslunun, The hum of activity in the bride-to-be’s place; a. noisy, with confusion. Dílì ku gustu muistǎr sa siyudad kay kíraw kaáyu, I do not want to stay in the city because it is very noisy. -an(→) n. a petty thief. kirawkiraw v. move about busily doing little chores. Sígi gihápun ka dihang kirawkiraw bisag gabíi na kaáyu? You’re still very busy taking care of little things even if it’s already late?


kiri

Cebuano

short form: ri; 1. this (near speaker but not near hearer). Dì nákù ihátag ring librúha nímu, I won’t give you this book; 2. this (on side of speaker away from hearer). Kawháta ring písì ug ihukut dihà sa pusti, Grab this rope and tie it to that post. niíri gen. and dat. Ag taklub niíring bulpin nabuak, The cover of this ballpoint pen is broken. Ibutang ang kahun niíring lamísa, Put the box on this table. íri, ári see niíri.


kíri

Cebuano

see pahilihíli.


kirida

Cebuano

n. mistress


kirída

Cebuano

n. mistress, concubine; v. 1. have as one’s mistress. Ságad sa mga dátù magkirída, Most rich men take mistresses; 2. become someone’s mistress. Nakirída nà siyag kapitan, She became a ship captain’s mistress.


kirida

Cebuano

paramour


kirig

Cebuano

quiver


kírig

Cebuano

v. go into violent convulsions, usually leading to death. Nikírig ang ilagà nga nakakaun sa hilu, The rat went into convulsions after eating the poison. kirigkirig v. for the body (or part of the body) to move, shiver, move in convulsions. Mikirigkirig ang íyang kamut, His hands are shaking. Nagkirigkirig ang láwas sa mananayaw, The dancer wiggled her body furiously.


kirigkirig

Cebuano

quaver


kirigkirig

Cebuano

quiver


kirilya

Cebuano

n. charges of a criminal nature; v. file charges against someone for a criminal offense. Gikirilyáhan na ang nakabunù, The murder suspect has now been formally charged.


kiring, kíring

Cebuano

v. for a doorbell, phone, clock, or the like to ring; n. ringing sound of an alarm clock, phone, etc. pa- v. set the alarm clock. Mupakiring kug sayu arun ku mahimata, I’ll set the alarm ring early so I can wake up early.


kírir

Cebuano

n. bicycle carrier at the back; v. put a carrier on a bicycle.


kiríring

Cebuano

see kíring.


kiritkirit

Cebuano

a. do something at a fast clip. Kiritkirit siyang mulakaw, lisud apsun, She walks at a fast clip. It’s difficult to catch up with her pace; v. do things hurriedly. Gikiritkiritan kug suwat ang ákung papil kay tayim na, I wrote the answers on my test paper hurriedly because the time was up.


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