List of Cebuano words starting with the letter K - Page 217

kulaburítur

Cebuano

n. collaborator with the enemy; v. be a collaborator with the enemy. Kuútun sa girilya ang magkulaburítur, The partisans will liquidate those who are collaborators.



kulabútan

Cebuano

n. kind of large cuttlefish sometimes growing to 25″.


kulabyaw

Cebuano

n. a kind of edible fruit bat similar to but smaller than the kulaknit. paN- v. catch kulabyaw.


kulabyun

Cebuano

v. 1. cling to for support. Kabyun lang nákù arun dì ka muunlud, Cling to me so you won’t sink. Nabálì ang sanga kay gikabyúnan sa mga bátà, The branch broke because children hung on to it. 2. have influential connections. Náay ímung parinting makabyúnan sa kustums, You have relatives to turn to for influence in the customs.


kulag

Cebuano

(not without l) a. be panic-stricken; v. get panic-stricken. Nakulag ang mga táwu sa paglínug, The people became panic-stricken when there was an earthquake. -an a. of a hysterical type.


kulag kaabtik

Cebuano

inefficient


kulag pagkaon

Cebuano

underfed


kulagting

Cebuano

see kulabting.


kulágù

Cebuano

n. kind of owl: Tyto sp.


kulágù

Cebuano

v. cry wildly and loudly. Mikulágù ang bátà nga giilúgan sa duwáan, The child screamed wildly because someone took his toy away from him. Ikuwágù ku na lang ang ákung kaguul, I will shriek with grief; n. a loud, wild cry, or crying. Ang íyang kulágù nabátì sa mga silíngan, His loud cries were heard by the neighbors.


kulakdup

Cebuano

n. brown, edible fungus growing on rotting wood, used as a condiment with noodles (pansit).


kulaknit

Cebuano

n. kind of edible fruit-eating bat, larger than the kulabyaw. paN- v. catch such bats.


kulambus

Cebuano

see kurambus.


kulambut

Cebuano

v. 1. tie a string across a row of strings, crisscross fashion, to make netting for something to protect or secure it. Magkulambut ku sa bàbà sa baskit sa itlug, I’ll crisscross strings across the mouth of the basket of eggs. Dì na mabungkag nang kartun kay gikulambútan na ug maáyu, This bundle of boxes won’t get untied because I have tied it securely in a crisscross fashion; 1a. make or attach a leader in longline fishing; 2. wrap oneself up entirely in a blanket. Nagkulambut siya kay gitugnaw, He wrapped himself up with a blanket because he felt cold; n. 1. string used in longline fishing connecting the hook with the main line or the leader with another ganging line; 2. blanket.


kulambútan

Cebuano

see kulabútan.


kulampísaw

Cebuano

n. kind of frigate bird, a large sea bird: Fregata arielariel.


kulampit

Cebuano

v. 1. wind one’s limbs around tightly and firmly. Wà kalíhuk si Pidru kay gikulampítan siya sa líug sa kuntra, Pedro couldn’t move when his opponent locked his legs around his neck; 2. be entwining. Gikulampítan ang ríhas sa bintánà sa mabagang bágun, Thick vines entwined themselves around the window grill.


kulámug

Cebuano

see dalínug.


kulámus

Cebuano

v. grab with the fingers and nails and squeeze or crumple. Kulamúsun nákù ning papílis ug maglágut ku, I’ll crumple these papers if I get mad. Kulamúsun ku nang nawung mu dì ba makísì nang ngábil mu run, I’ll grab your face with my fingernails and rip your lips off.


kulamuy

Cebuano

n. 1. claws of birds, shellfish. Ang idágan sa kasag mau ang íyang mga kamuy, The crab runs by means of its claws; 2. fingers and toes. Tag-as kag kulamuy. Angayan kang magtuun ug pyánu, You’ve got long fingers. You should take piano lessons. — sa baláud n. arms of the law.


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