List of Cebuano words starting with the letter K - Page 58

kalandrakas

Cebuano

adj. motley



kalandrakas

Cebuano

adj. varied


kalandrakas

Cebuano

medley


kalandrákas

Cebuano

n. things of all different kinds and varieties coming at once. Ang kalandrákas sa inadlawng pagkinabuhì, The various activities of daily life; v. be a conglomeration of various things or kinds. Magkalandrákas lang ang mahisgutan sa mga tapuktápuk, They talk about all different things in their gatherings. Kalandrakása pagpalit ang mga kulur, Buy all different colors.


kálang

Cebuano

(not without l) n. portion of a field which has been plowed at one time; v. plow a certain portion of the field. Nakakálang na sila sa katungà sa daruhan, They had already plowed half of the field. Ang duul sa sapà mauy ákung kalangun (kalangan) pag-úna, I’ll clear up the part near the river first.


kalangan

Cebuano

n. delay


kalangan

Cebuano

n. respite


kalangas

Cebuano

n. vexation


kalangkálang

Cebuano

(not without l) v. estimate, consider something carefully. Ikaw ra ang mukalangkálang ug makaáyu ba nímu, Weigh it carefully yourself whether it would do you any good. Aku ray mukalangkálang nga maígù ang pagkáun sa tanan, I’ll ration the food out so that it will go around; n. estimation, consideration. Sa ákung kalangkálang mudaug giyud ang prutista ni Usminya, As I see it, Osmeña’s protest will be successful.


kalangkuban

Cebuano

synthesis


kalantahon

Cebuano

lyric


kálap

Cebuano

v. 1. touch, tinker, play with something forbidden. Latusun ku ang magkáp sa gamitun, I’ll whip anyone who tinkers with the tools. Gikápan giyud ang tigib kay nagíbang, someone must have played with the chisel because it got nicked; 2. tease, play a joke on someone 3. engage in petty stealing. Bantáyi siyang musulud kay mukáp nà, Watch him if he comes in because he lifts things. kalapkálap v. tinker, try one’s hand at something new. Namikaniku siya kay ganáhan mukapkáp ug makina, He became a mechanic because he likes to tinker with machines.


kálap

Cebuano

v. look for medicinal plants. Mukálap kag tambal didtu sa patayng búlan, You must look for medicinal herbs when there is no moon. Unsang mga tambála ákung kalápun? What medicinal plants shall I get? paN- v. look for something one wants to obtain but is not easy to find. Makapangálap kag kwarta basta imirdyinsi, You have to scramble about to find money if it’s an emergency. -in- n. medicinal plants gathered. Ang sulud sa básu mga kinálap nga gamut, The glass contained medicinal roots.


kalapasan

Cebuano

abberration


kalapasan

Cebuano

n. violation


kalapasan

Cebuano

outrage


kalapasan

Cebuano

transgression


kalapáti

Cebuano

(not without l) v. 1. calk, make something watertight by filling the seams or cracks. Gikalapatíhan (gikalapáti) ang tanang sinumpayan sa káhuy nga mikang-a, All the wooden joints that came loose have been calked; 2. be covered with something sticky and dirty. Nagkalapáti ang nawung sa bátà sa bábul gam, The child’s face is smeared with sticky bubble gum. Ayaw pagdúwà sa taguk sa nangkà kay makakalapáti (makapakalapáti) nà sa kamut mu, Don’t play with the sticky sap of jackfruit, as it will get your hands all sticky.


kalapdon

Cebuano

n. breadth


kalapi

Cebuano

(not without l) a. a defect in coconut trees manifested by the fronds, such that the lowest fronds do not hang but tend to be vertical and easily break off; v. for a coconut tree to be of this sort.


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