List of Cebuano words starting with the letter K - Page 194

kiyag-ang

Cebuano

see kagangkagang. see kágang.



kíyas

Cebuano

v. scrape or shave something close to the surface. Nagkíyas ku sa takuling sa kaldíru, I’m scraping off the soot from the kettle. Ákung kyásun ang balhíbu sa ákung íluk, I’ll shave my armpits. -in- n. scrapings.


kiyaw

Cebuano

gossip


kíyaw

Cebuano

n. 1. kind of bird that stays on the ground. It is nearly as big as a wild chicken, and good to eat, named for its sound; 2. the cry or sound emitted by the kíyaw bird; v. 1. emit the sounds of kíyaw. 2. make a lot of fuss over trifles.


kiyaw-kiyawan

Cebuano

gossiper


kiyod

Cebuano

intercourse


kiyos

Cebuano

abate


kiyud

Cebuano

copulate


kiyud

Cebuano

fornicate


kíyud

Cebuano

v. 1. thrust the lower part of the body forward, as a male does in sexual intercourse; 2. have sexual intercourse (coarse, though not as taboo as iyut). kiyudkiyud v. keep moving the belly forward. Hílas ang bag-ung sinayawan nga magkiyudkiyud ang duruha, I find it revolting the way they thrust their bellies forward in the modern dances. kiniyúran n. offspring (coarse).


kíyus

Cebuano

v. for meat to shrink. Mu rag daghan nang karníha, piru ug malútù, mukíyus na, That looks like a lot of meat, but when you cook it, it’s going to shrink.


kíyut

Cebuano

n. 1. kind of wild black bee that does not sting, smaller than a fly. It builds a nest of wax (kabulay) in sheltered places, often dwellings, and produces a small amount of honey; 2. see kabulay.


KKK

Cebuano

n. letters placed in the center of the flag of the insurgents against the Spaniards, an abbreviation of the Tagalog name of their society: Kataastaásang Kagalanggalángang Katipúnan ng mga Anak ng Báyan ‘The Supreme, Most Venerable, Union of the Sons of the Nation’.


klab

Cebuano

n. club, organization. nayit — n. night club. paN- v. go to a night club.


klábu

Cebuano

n. kind of aromatic mint with hairy, fleshy leaves which are used as a spice for cooking and also for curing coughs and boils.


klag-ap

Cebuano

v. for a water outlet to get clogged up. Ayawg lundi ug buhuk ang labábu kay muklag-ap (maklag-ap), Don’t throw the hair from your comb into the washbowl because it will clog it up.


klam

Cebuano

n. carpenter’s clamp; v. fasten together with a clamp. Maáyu pang kláman nà arun malig-un, It’s better to fasten it with a clamp to strengthen it. bar — n. bar clamp, a device used in joining the sides of boards together to set them in place.


klap

Cebuano

v. clap the hands. Maáyu na kaáyung mukláp ang bíbi ku, My baby can clap its hands very well now; n. clapping of hands.


klára

Cebuano

n. egg white.


klarinete

Cebuano

clarinet


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