List of Cebuano words starting with the letter K - Page 264

kuyamas

Cebuano

paw



kuyámis

Cebuano

n. 1. the soft parts in a young coconut at a stage prior to the formation of meat (pútut) where the insides are edible and not bitter. Most coconuts are bitter when young (pútut), but there are varieties which have edible insides at this stage; 2. a variety of coconut with orange-colored outside husk, smaller in size than the ordinary coconut.


kuyamoy

Cebuano

finger


kuyamoy

Cebuano

n. claws


kuyamoy

Cebuano

n. digits


kuyamoy sa tiil

Cebuano

toe


kuyámud

Cebuano

v. get an expression of distaste or dislike on the face. Mikuyámud siya sa aslum nga sambag, She puckered her face at the sour tamarind. Ayaw ug kuyamúra (ikuyámud) ang ímung nawung ug sugúun ka, Don’t get a nasty expression on your face when I tell you to do something.


kuyámug

Cebuano

see dalínug.


kuyamuy

Cebuano

see kulamuy.


kuyánap

Cebuano

v. spread all over an area, for emotions or feelings to creep over one. Ang katugnaw mingkuyánap sa tibuuk kung kalawásan, The cold spread throughout my body. Nagkuyánap lang ang mga nagkalainláing mga bágun sa ílang tugkaran, All different kinds of vines spread over his yard. Gikuyanápan ang ákung kasingkásing sa túmang kaguul, My heart is overwhelmed with grief.


kuyap

Cebuano

n. 1. fainting spell. Magpalit kug ítir kay tambal nà sa kuyap, I’ll buy a bottle of ether, as a medicine for dizzy spells; 2. a condition of slight nausea and drowsiness caused by eating certain foods, esp. greasy ones; v. 1. faint. Gikuyapan ang babáyi nga napunáwan sa dugù, The woman fainted from loss of blood; 2. feel slight nausea and drowsiness after eating something Kuyapan ku ug mukáun ug tinunuan, I feel somewhat nauseous and drowsy when I eat food cooked in coconut milk. -l-an(←) n. prone to fainting.


kuyapan

Cebuano

faint


kuyapì

Cebuano

a. 1. for fruit or seed to develop in a faulty way such that there is no flesh. Kuyapì kaáyu ang mga ságing. Wà kaáyuy unud, The bananas are very thin. There’s not much flesh to them; 2. for a person to be thin, emaciated. Kuyapì kaáyu ning batáa kay naátas man, The child is very emaciated because he is undernourished; v. come out to be undeveloped and no good. Mikuyapì (nakuyapì) ang ubang lísu sa kakaw kay kúwang sa abúnu, Some of the cacao seeds are thin and undeveloped because they lack fertilizer.


kuyáput

Cebuano

see kuláput.


kuyárut

Cebuano

see kuráyut.


kuyaw

Cebuano

a. 1. frightful, dreadful. Labihang kuyáwa ang ákung damgu gabíi, My dream last night was very dreadful; 2. dangerous to the extent of inspiring fright. Anáa sa kuyaw nga kahimtang ang pasyinti, The patient is in a critical condition. Kuyaw ning tubíga kay húgaw, This water is dangerous because it is dirty. Kuyaw ang dálan sa Tulídu, The road to Toledo is hazardous. Kuyaw nà siyag masukù, That man is dangerous when he gets angry; 3. unusually skillful, awesome in his ability (slang). Kuyaw nang tawhána mupingpung, That man plays pingpong frightfully well; 3a. terribly, unusually good and attractive (slang). Kuyaw ka manguyab bay, blúsil man, You’ve got yourself a hell of a girl. She’s an American; v. feel scared, frightened. Gikuyawan ku pagkahúlug nímu, I was frightened when you fell. Gikuyawan ku dihang dihà na ku atubángan sa daghang táwu, I felt nervous when I was standing before a large audience. paN- v. be terribly frightened. Gipanguyawan ku, I was frightened out of my wits. pa- v. frighten someone Mikalit ka lag labang sa karsáda, nagpakuyaw ka lang nákù, You suddenly dashed across the street, giving me a terrible fright; n. something used to startle, scare, or frighten. ka- n. terror, fright. kuyawkúyaw a. for something grave to be touch-and-go. Kuyawkúyaw pa malibri ba ang masakitun, It’s touch-and-go if the patient will recover. Kuyawkúyaw tung ákung iksámin, It’s touch-and-go as to how I did on the exams; v. feel apprehensive and nervous. Hápit na ang iliksiyun. Gikuyawkuyáwan na ang mga kandidatu, Election is near and the candidates are now becoming troubled and uneasy. -l-an(←), -ánun a. easily frightened; v. be, become easily frightened.


kuyaw

Cebuano

danger


kuyaw

Cebuano

n. peril


kuyaw

Cebuano

n. risk


n. disaster


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