List of Cebuano words starting with the letter K - Page 192

kitaipúni

Cebuano

a. detachable, removable. Kitaipúni ang ákung pustísu, My false teeth are detachable; v. be detachable, removable. Maáyung kitaipuníhun (ikitaipúni) ang sira sa tindáhan, It’s good to have the doors of a store that are removable.



kitang

Cebuano

n. kind of longline sea fishing, done with a main line (baháyan) to which individual leaders with hooks are attached, for catching large fish; v. fish with the kitang.


kitára

Cebuano

n. a small four-stringed ukelele, the body of which is made of coconut shell; v. play the kitára.


kitára

Cebuano

n. tantrum, a fit of ill-temper or caprice. Mau giyuy ilíhuk sa kitára niánang batáa kun maghimatayun ang búlan, She always throws a fit of temper whenever the moon is in the last quarter. kitaráhun a. temperamental.


kítib

Cebuano

v. move rapidly in a repeated action. Mikítib siyag lakaw, He walked with rapid steps. Mikítib íyang bàbà mu rag masinggan, His mouth chattered away like a machine gun. (→) v. for the heart to beat rapidly. Mikitib ang íyang kasingkásing, His heart beat rapidly. -an(→) a. chattering incessantly.


kítid

Cebuano

a. taking short and hurried steps, or stamping the feet in place; v. walk with short, hurried steps. Ang bátà mikítid pagsunud sa íyang pápa, The child walked with short and rapid steps following his father. (→) a. short in length or height. Kitid ang ákung lápis sa pagginámit, My pencil is worn short after being used so much. Ang magulang kitid kay sa manghud kay dì man kaáyu mukáun, The elder child is shorter than the younger one because he doesn’t eat much. Kitid na ang mga sinínà run, They are wearing short dresses these days; v. 1. see kítid, v; 2. shorten, become short. kitidkitid v. stamp the feet in place. Nagkitidkitid ang bátà kay wà paubana, The child stamped his feet because they would not take him along.


kitíkut

Cebuano

v. squeeze into or penetrate deeply and slowly into a very tight space. Ang kasakit mikitíkut sa ákung kahiladman, The pain creeped deep into my innermost self. Ákù giyud nang kitikútun ngadtu arun ku makadúul sa artista, I’ll squeeze through the crowd to the front so I can get near the actress.


kitin

Cebuano

see kiting.


kiting

Cebuano

ankle


kiting

Cebuano

n. 1. tendons of the heel; 2. tendon in the back of a carabao’s leg joints; v. cut the heel tendon or the carabao’s tendon in back of the knees. Kitnan ku nang kabáwa ug manabsab sa ákung mais, I’ll cut the tendons in back of that carabao’s knees (thus rendering it useless) if it feeds on my corn. unsay sakit sa — Who cares? It does not bother (so-and-so). Unsa bay sakit sa kiting ku kun byáan mu aku, What do I care if you leave me. putì (bakud) ang — v. take to one’s heels (lit. the heels will look white (rise)). Naputì (nabakud) ang kiting ni Tumas pagkakità nákù, Thomas took to his heels when he saw me.


kitiw

Cebuano

n. clitoris.


kítiw

Cebuano

v. move from side to side with quick motions, take quick steps. Mikítiw ang mga tudlù sa pyanista, The pianist’s fingers moved rapidly. Tiil nga nagkítiw pagtinindak sa bisiklíta, Feet moving swiftly, pedaling the bicycle. Pwirting nakakítiw ang irù sa íyang íkug, How the dog wagged its tail; n. quick movement from side to side. kitiwkitiw see kítiw.


kitiwkitiw

Cebuano

quaver


kitiwkitiw

Cebuano

wag


kitkit

Cebuano

chew or bite


kitkit

Cebuano

gnaw


kitkit

Cebuano

nibble


kitkit

Cebuano

nip


kitkit

Cebuano

v. wear something down, wear off bit by tiny bit, with the front teeth taking tiny bites. Ilagà ang nagkitkit sa kísu, A rat nibbled at the cheese. Kitkíta ang lubi ug way lugit, Bite off the coconut meat if there is nothing to get it out of the shell with.


kitsap

Cebuano

n. ketchup; v. 1. make ketchup; 2. use ketchup.


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