List of Cebuano words starting with the letter K - Page 227

kuluskulus

Cebuano

n. rustling sound made by leaves or paper; v. produce a rustling noise. Nagkuskús ang mga ilagà sa kumúda, The mice were rustling about in the drawer. Ayawg kuluskulusa (ikuluskulus) ang mga papil kay sábà, Don’t rustle the paper around. It’s disturbing.



kuluskus

Cebuano

see tikuskus.


kulut

Cebuano

a. curly haired. Kulut kaáyu ang buhuk sa Nigrítu, The Negritos have very curly hair; v. for hair to become curly, cause it to do so. Byutisyan ang mikulut sa íyang buhuk, A beautician gave her a permanent.


kulut

Cebuano

n. culotte; v. 1. wear, make in a culotte.


kúlut

Cebuano

n. kind of wild yam, a hairy climbing vine, having immense poisonous tubers with yellowish flesh. It is eaten in famine situations after the poison has been washed away: Dioscorea hispida.


kuluton

Cebuano

kinky


kulyáda

Cebuano

a. windy weather. Dì maáyung ipanágat ug kulyáda, It’s not good to go fishing during windy weather; v. for it to be windy weather.


kulyáda

Cebuano

v. bleach wash by putting it under the sun. Kining mga dikulur ayawg ikulyáda, Now don’t bleach these colored things in the sun.


kulyar

Cebuano

n. animal collar, harness; v. attach a collar. Kulyari ang irù arun ilhang tag-iyáhan, Put a collar on the dog so that people will know it has an owner.


kum-os

Cebuano

crumple


kum-os

Cebuano

rumple


kum-ut

Cebuano

see gum-ut.


kuma

Cebuano

a. cute and cuddly, such that one would love to pick it up and squeeze it; v. feel like fondling something cuddly. Gikumhan kung nagtan-aw sa ímung bátà, I feel like squeezing your baby when I look at it.


kúma

Cebuano

n. comma; v. put a comma. Kumáhi, ayawg piryúdi, Put a comma, not a period.


kuma

Cebuano

v. get a good hold with the hands or feet by holding tight with the fingers, toes, nails, etc. Kinahanglan mukuma (manguma) ang ímung tiil kun danglug ang dálan, You should try to get a good grip on the path with your feet if it’s slippery. Inigsaka nímu sa pangpang, ikuma giyud ang ímung kamut, When you climb up the cliff, get a good grip with your hands; a. for a child to be troublesome because it likes to hold on to the mother all the time. (←) n. a contest of strength similar to Indian wrestling using just the hands clamped into each other instead of the forearms; v. wrestle in this way.


kumadre

Cebuano

relationship


kumadri

Cebuano

see kumári.


kumads

Cebuano

short for kumadri, used intimately; v. call each other kumads.


kumagat

Cebuano

see kagat.


kumagko

Cebuano

v. thumb


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