List of Cebuano words starting with the letter K - Page 258

kútaw

Cebuano

v. 1. stir two liquids or a liquid and powder around to mix them. Kutáwag maáyu ang pintal, Stir the paint up well. Kutáwi ra kug niskapi, Please mix me some instant coffee; 2. stir up water and disturb it. Nakútaw ang dágat tungud sa kusug nga hángin, The sea was stirred up in the strong winds; 3. get disturbed, confused. Suliran nga mikútaw sa ákung hunàhúnà, Problems that disturbed my thoughts. Makútaw ang kalínaw sa panimalay kun magbisyu ang bána, The peace in the family will get disrupted if the husband takes up a vice; 4. — ang líbug v. be confused or worried as to what to do. Nagkútaw ang ákung líbug ug diin tu nákù ikabutang ang ákung rilu, I’m confused as to where I could have put my watch. Nakútaw ang ákung líbug nímu, I don’t know what to do about you. (→) n. stirrer.



kutay

Cebuano

v. 1. string a line from one point to another. Nagkutay kug písì pára hayháyan, I tied a rope for the clothesline. Ikutay ang mga bumbilya sa duha ka halígi, String the light bulbs up between the two posts; 2. place, arrange things in line. Nagkutay siyag batu daplin sa alagían, He lined the pathway with stones. Nagkutay ang mga pumapálit sa tíkit, The people buying tickets were standing in a long line; n. 1. line; row of. Ang kutay sa bungtud milagbas sa duha ka baryu, The range of mountains stretches across the two barrios. Naputul ang kutay sa íyang hunàhúnà pagkadungug sa butu, The trend of his thought was interrupted when he heard the explosion; 2. rope.


kuthan

Cebuano

see kutu.


kuti

Cebuano

a. 1. intricate, requiring close attention and exactness. Kuti kaáyu ang pagburda sa kamut, Hand embroidery is very intricate work; 1a. intricate and thus tiresome. Kuti kaáyung pitsipitsing atubangun, Tiresome little details to take care of. 2. thoroughly done, with attention to doing details. Makuting imbistigasiyun, A thorough investigation. — báru trouble, bother. Kuti báru kaáyu ang paghímug hamun, It’s a nuisance to make ham; v. become intricate, complicated. kutikúti v. going into small details, fussing over minor details. Ang ámung agáwun mukutikúti giyud ug inspiksiyun sa ámung ági, Our master inspects our output to the minutest detail; n. fuss, bother. a inquisitive about every aspect of a thing. Kutikúti siyang pagkabátà, sígi lang pangutána, He is a very inquisitive child. He keeps asking questions. kutikutihan a. fussy, paying attention to small details. makutíhun a. doing things with great attention to details. Makutíhung tukì, A very detailed investigation. kutiháwu a. meticulous, extremely or excessively careful in details. Pulídu ang íyang búhat kay kutiháwu kaáyu, Her work is highly polished because she’s very meticulous; v. be very meticulous over details. Ug dì ka makutiháwu daghang sayup nga mulusut, If you don’t get fussy over details lots of errors will make their way into the work.


kúti

Cebuano

see kasing.


kuti-kuti

Cebuano

ado


kútib

Cebuano

v. for the lips to move rapidly as in mumbling or eating. Mikútib (nakútib) ang bàbà sa tigúlang nga nangadyì, The woman’s lips are moving fast in prayer. Bàbà nga nagkutib sa pagkináug pakwan, A mouth moving rapidly, chewing watermelon seeds.


kutihan

Cebuano

meticulous


kutíhu

Cebuano

n. list of winning numbers in a raffle or draw; v. compare the list of winners against one’s tickets. Dúna kuy tíkit nga ákung ikutíhu (kutihúun), I have a ticket that I will compare to the list of winning numbers.


kútiks

Cebuano

n. 1. sanitary napkin, so called from the brand name Kotex; 2. nail polish so called from the brand name Cutex; v. 1. wear a sanitary napkin; 2. polish fingernails, wear a certain kind of fingernail polish. paN- v. polish one’s nails. Mangútiks ku kay mamista, I’m going to polish my nails because I’m going to the fiesta.


kútil

Cebuano

n. drink consisting of palm toddy (tubà) mixed with eggs and/or hot chocolate; v. 1. mix a strong drink with a non-intoxicating beverage, esp. palm toddy with eggs and/or hot chocolate. Káda buntag sayu magkútil giyud siyag itlug, tubà ug sikwáti, Early every morning he drinks an egg-cocktail; 1a. mix any sort of drink. Magkútil kug gátas pára sa bátà, I will mix a formula for the baby; 2. for the mind to get all disturbed or confused. Nakútil ang ákung úlu pagpininsar unsay ibáyad, My mind is in a whirl thinking of how to pay. kutilkútil, -in- see kútil, n.


kutim

Cebuano

v. nibble small hard seeds. Paspas mukutim ug humay ang ilagà, Rats nibble rice grains fast. Kutima ang pakwan, Chew on the dried melon seeds.


kuting

Cebuano

n. bedbug


kuting

Cebuano

n. bedbug; v. be infested with bedbugs. Gikuting ang mga silya sa sinihan, The seats in the movie house are infested with bedbugs. -un a. infested with bedbugs. Kutingun kaáyu ning katríha, This bed is very much infested with bedbugs.


kúting

Cebuano

n. coat of paint.


kuting

Cebuano

n. kitten.


kutingkuting

Cebuano

n. sound of the strumming or plucking of the strings of musical instruments. Náa tingáli mangharána kay náa may kutingkuting, There must be some serenaders now. I seem to hear the strumming of strings; v. 1. sound a stringed instrument by plucking or strumming; 2. have lots of little things to do. Daghan pa kug kutingkutingun sa báy, I have lots of little things to do in the house; n. things one might collect or little things to do.


kútir

Cebuano

see kútil.


kutis

Cebuano

cutis


kútis

Cebuano

n. skin texture, fineness of complexion; v. get a certain kind of complexion. Makakútis lang kug sáma sa ímu, If I only could have a complexion like yours!


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