List of Cebuano words starting with the letter K - Page 52

kakuyog

Cebuano

n. companion



kakyup

Cebuano

n. 1. yesterday (dialectal). 2. late in the afternoon, evening (dialectal).


kál

Cebuano

a. an egg-layer which has stopped laying at a profitable rate; v. for an egg-layer to have ceased laying profitably.


kál

Cebuano

n. cal, a white powder used as a whitener for shoes; v. whiten with cal. Káli ang sapátus putì, Apply cal to white shoes. (←) v. get cal splattered over it. -iru n. 1. kiln for burning limestone or seashells to obtain lime; 2. any big fire for roasting or burning something or obtaining something v. make a kiln or a large fire to obtain something.


kal-ang

Cebuano

n. 1. gap. Adtu lapus sa kal-ang sa paril, Pass through the gap in the wall (or between the two walls). 2. distance in time or space between two things. Ang kal-ang sa ílang pangidarun, The gap in their ages; v. be located with gaps in between. Kal-ángi ang mga silya arun dílì magkinupyahánay, Place your chairs far apart so you won’t be copying from each other. -an(→)n. space between two things. Ang kal-angan sa sini ug iskuylahan gitukúran ug balay, A house is built in the space between the movie house and the school. -in-an(→) n. place where there is the biggest gap.


kalaay

Cebuano

boredom


kalaay

Cebuano

boredom/frustration


kalab-ánan

Cebuano

see kalabánan. see lában.


kalába

Cebuano

(not without l) n. honeycomb. Ang tálu gíkan sa kalába, Beeswax comes from the honeycomb; v. form or build a honeycomb.


kalaban

Cebuano

enemy


kalabanghan

Cebuano

see balbangáan.


kalabantus

Cebuano

see karabansus.


kalabasa

Cebuano

n. squash


kalabásà

Cebuano

n. squash of various varieties: Cucurbita maxima. — nga putì general name for squashes with light-green skin and white flesh: Lagenaria leucantha. see also balantíyung, tabáyag, tambalíyung. — nga pula n. 1. general term for squashes and pumpkins with red or orange meat; 2. zero grade. Kalbásà ang ákung nakúhà, I got a zero; 2a. failure of grades or ratings; v. be a failure as a student. Ayaw pagbuguybúguy sa ímung pagtuun kay makalabásà (mangalabásà) ka unyà, Don’t play hooky from school or you’ll fail.


kalabasa

Cebuano

pumpkin


kalábat

Cebuano

v. 1. reach up to an amount or length of time. Ang húlaw nakakábat giyud ug tulu ka búlan, The dry season lasted for three months. Ikábat ug singkuwinta ka tápuk ang inasal, Make the roast pig do for fifty portions; 2. go as far as. Kabátun ku ang mga bitúun álang kanímu, I’ll go to the stars for you; 3. walk holding on something Gikabátan sa bátà ang mga silya, The child walked holding onto the chair. -an(→) n. something one holds onto while walking.


kalabaw

Cebuano

n. carabao, water buffalo. dakung — fully grown, old enough. Dakù ka nang kábaw wà gihápun kay buut, You’re fully grown now but you still are irresponsible. -in- v. 1. work like a carabao. Nagkinábaw ku pagtrabáhu arun mu mabuláhan, I work like a horse to give you a better life; 2. have sexual relations. Ada, mag-agaw lag maadlaw, kun gabíi magkinábaw, They pretend to be cousins during the day but at night they have sexual relations; n. stage in an infant’s development before it actually crawls. -un a. 1. having thick and big feet like a carabao’s. 2. having a pregnancy that lasts more than nine months or so. Kabáwun siyang nagmabdus, She’s like a carabao in this pregnancy (having passed nine months without giving birth).


kalabaw

Cebuano

superiority


kalabaw

Cebuano

water buffalo


kalabera

Cebuano

n. skeleton


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