List of Cebuano words starting with the letter K - Page 215

kuhaon

Cebuano

remove



kuhil

Cebuano

v. 1. touch lightly against something Ákung gilíngì kun kinsa ang nagkuhil sa ákung buktun, I looked back to see who had touched my arm. Ígù lang nakakuhil ang dyíp sa awtu. Wà gánì makadlasi, The jeep just brushed against the car. It wasn’t even scratched; 2. touch and disturb. Ug kuhilun ning mga butang mailhan nákù, If anyone touches these things I’ll know right away.


kuhin

Cebuano

n. 1. a cushion or soft pad for sitting or kneeling on. 2. special church wedding where there is a special white cloth for the bride and groom to walk over; v. 1. use, put something as soft cushion. Átung kuhinan ang lingkuránan sa dyíp, Let’s put cushions on the seats of the jeep; 2. hold a special wedding. Kuhinun (ikuhin) kunu ang kasal maung nangútang, The wedding will be special. That’s why they are going around borrowing money.


kuhir

Cebuano

v. reach a certain number of points agreed to as the winning score in billiards or pool. Ug makakuhir siyag dyís, daug na kay mauy íyang wíting, If he gets ten (by hitting the number ten ball into the pocket), he will win because he needs ten points to reach the number we agreed to.


kuhit

Cebuano

chopsticks


kúhit

Cebuano

v. 1. poke, jab, touch something with the fingers or something long to remove or obtain it. Kuhíta nang búla nga nasaling-it sa sandayung, Poke the ball that is stuck in the gutter. Kuhíti akug bayábas, Knock a guava down for me. 2. touch someone by curling the fingers to attract his attention. Milíngì ku dihang may mikúhit nákù, I looked back when someone touched me. 2a. approach someone influential to ask for a favor. Ug mikúhit (nangúhit) ka pa nákù dì untà ka madá sa prisintu, Had you approached me you would not have been brought to the police station. (→) n. 1. stick to get something; 2. thin, tapering stick with a slit in it used in the process of weaving designs to catch hold of strips of grasses or palms that are being woven; 3. hook used in embroidery to catch hold of threads.


kúhu

Cebuano

v. for the hands to be disabled with the joints stiffening such that a person is unable to make a fist. Nakúhu ang kamut sa sanlahun, The leper lost the ability to use his fingers.


kuidas

Cebuano

n. string


kukakúla

Cebuano

n. 1. coca-cola; 2. tb (so called from the name Koch’s bacillus (humorous slang). Ayaw paduul ánang tawhána kay kukakúla nà, Don’t go near him because he has tb; v. drink coca-cola. — bádi n. having a curvaceous body (like a coca-cola bottle).


kukhan

Cebuano

adj. scaly


kukhan

Cebuano

see kuku.


kukho

Cebuano

wangle


kukhu

Cebuano

see kalukhu.


kúkib

Cebuano

n. cave, pit, large hole in the ground; v. for a hole to develop in the earth, dig a pit or cave. Ang mga miníru nagkúkib sa kílid sa pangpang, The miners are excavating the side of the mountain. Nakúkib ang daplin sa sapà kay natimpag ang yútà, The edge of the river caved in because the earth washed away.


kukiri

Cebuano

n. cookery, a course in cooking.


kuko

Cebuano

fingernail


kuko

Cebuano

nail


kuko sa kamot

Cebuano

fingernail


kuko sa mananap

Cebuano

n. claw


kuko sa mananap

Cebuano

n. hoof


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