List of Cebuano words starting with the letter K - Page 219

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kulang-kulang

Cebuano

adj. paltry


kulang-kulang

Cebuano

oaf


kulangan

Cebuano

minus


kulangan

Cebuano

reduce


kulangkulang

Cebuano

fool


kulangkulang

Cebuano

wit


kulangù

Cebuano

a. slightly retarded mentally, silly. Trayinta anyus, magdyúlin pa. Kulangù, He is thirty years old but still likes to play marbles. He’s a bit retarded; v. be, become stupid, silly, or slow-witted. -un a. of a slightly retarded or silly sort. Kulanguun tung mga pangutána, Those were silly questions.


kulángut

Cebuano

(not without l) n. moist nasal discharge in the nose, but not soft; v. be full of moist, hard nasal discharge. Limpiyúhing ilung, nagkakulángut (gikulángut, gikulangútan), Clean your nose. It’s dirty. -un(→) a. always having a stuffed up nose.


kulansi

Cebuano

see kulasísi.


kulap, kúlap

Cebuano

a. dim, not affording much light; or for the eyes to be dim. Ang kaháyag sa sugà nga lána kulap kaáyu, The light of the oil lamp is very dim; v. 1. for light or vision to dim; 2. for one’s popularity to fade. Nagkakulap na ang kabantug ni Ilbis Prisli, Elvis Presley’s popularity is fading. kulapkúlap v. blink the eyes. Nagkuwapkúwap ang ákung mata sa kasulaw sa adlaw, My eyes are blinking in the glare of the sun.


kulapíti

Cebuano

(not without l; from kúla and piti) v. get something sticky on something which does not come off easily. Nagkulapíti ang íyang buhuk sa pumáda ug buling, His hair is sticky with dirt and pomade. Gikulapitíhan sa bábul gám ang íyang kamut, His hands are all sticky with bubble gum.


kulápu

Cebuano

n. 1. brand of a cheap local wine; 2. penis (humorous slang). Kay dakù man siyang pagkatáwu, dakù sab giyud nag kulápu, He is a big fellow, so he must also have a big penis.


kuláput

Cebuano

v. 1. twine around something Putla nang kalabásà nga nagkuláput sa kapáyas, Cut down the squash that is entwined around the papaya tree. Ikuláput ang ímung buktun sa ákung líug, Twine your arm around my neck; 2. cling to something by twining something long around it. Ungguy nga nagkulaput (nanguláput) sa sanga, A monkey clinging to the branch.


kulapyut

Cebuano

v. 1. hang down from something holding on with the limbs. Mukapyut ang sirkadur sa tsíning bar, The acrobat clings to the chinning bar. Ayawg kapyúti ang ákung líug, Don’t cling to my neck; 2. ask a favor by turning to someone influential. Nasúd siyas kapitulyu kay nakakapyut man ug pulitiku, He got a job in the Capitol because a politician recommended him. — sa sagbayan v. get sick with venereal disease (lit. hang on to the rafters). Patúu ug tambag ug dì ka gustung mukapyut sa sagbayan, Listen to advice if you don’t want to get v.d. paN- v. cling, hold on to something vigorously or frantically. Nagpangapyut sa bágun ang táwung nahū́g sa bung-aw, The man who fell into the chasm clung frantically to a vine. -ánan n. place for clinging or holding onto.


kulasísi

Cebuano

n. kind of parakeet with a shrill voice, commonly kept as a pet: Loriculus philippensis.


kulasiyun

Cebuano

n. a light repast taken in place of a real meal when fasting; v. take a light repast. Magkulasiyun ang rilihiyúsu sa Byirnis Santu, Religious people take only a light repast on Good Friday.


kulat

Cebuano

v. splice long pieces of rope by unravelling the strands, running the two pieces together, and retwisting or make the ends of a rope into a loop by an analogous process. Maáyung kulatun ang tumuy sa písì ug dugtúngun arun dílì mubaknal, It is good to join the two pieces of rope by splicing them so there will be no bulges in the middle; n. the finished splice. maN-r- n. one who splices rope.


kulat-ug

Cebuano

n. venereal disease; v. be infected with venereal disease. -un(→) n. infected with venereal diseases.


kuláta

Cebuano

(not without l) n. gunstock; v. make, make into, attach a gunstock to something.


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