List of Cebuano words starting with the letter K - Page 60

kalasaluan

Cebuano

n. swamp



kalasangan

Cebuano

jungle


kalasangan

Cebuano

n. forest


kalasangan

Cebuano

n. hinterland


kalasangan

Cebuano

n. wilderness


kalasíkas

Cebuano

n. rustling sound like that produced by the motion of leaves; v. 1. produce this kind of rustling sound. Kasikása (ikasíkas) ang mga dáhun arun sila mahadluk, Rustle the leaves so they’ll be afraid; 2. bustle about in preparation for something Mikasíkas ang mga tagibalángay kay nagkaduul na ang pyista, The people are bustling about with the fiesta approaching. Hápit ka na mugíkan, wà pa ka kakasíkas! It’s nearly time to leave and you haven’t made any preparations! — sa panahun n. doings, activities of constant and ordinary nature.


kalaskálas

Cebuano

n. 1. see angalaskálas; 2. name given to tiny inedible crabs that dig holes in the sand.


kalaskas

Cebuano

n. a bird which appears at night, believed to be an unglù which has assumed this form. So called from its purported sound: kas-kas.


kálat

Cebuano

v. 1. be scattered in a confused manner, cause something to be so. Kinsay nagkálat sa mga duwáan sa sáwug? Who scattered the toys all over the floor? Hipúsa ang mga papil nga nagkálat sa salug, Gather the pieces of paper scattered all over the floor. Ayaw ikálat ang mga bulingun sa salug, Don’t scatter the soiled clothes on the floor; 2. for news, rumors to spread. Mikálat ang hulungíhung báhin sa ribulusiyun, There were rumors about a revolution that began to spread.


kalat, kálat

Cebuano

v. cane with bamboo or rattan. Kamau kang mukalat ug síya? Do you know how to cane a chair? n. something caned from bamboo or rattan. Buslut ang kalat sa katri, The caned portion of the bed is broken.


kalataw-anan

Cebuano

hilarious


kalataw-anan

Cebuano

jest


kalataw-anan

Cebuano

joke


kalataw-anan

Cebuano

laudable


kalatawanan

Cebuano

comical


kalatkat

Cebuano

v. climb up something using the hands and feet: climb to get, bring. Nikatkat ang bátà sa lamísa, The child climbed up on the table. Katkátun gihápun nà sa iring dihà, The cat can still climb up there to get it. — sa kapáyas v. have intercourse with a woman (humorous). Inigdunggù giyus bána mukatkat giyud sa kapáyas pagkagabíi, As soon as the husband arrives from abroad, you can be sure he’s going to get him some papayas that night.


kalatnan

Cebuano

n. contrast


kalatsutsi

Cebuano

n. frangipani, kind of ornamental tree planted for its flowers: Plumiera spp.


kalátung

Cebuano

(not without l) n. knocker made from a section of a bamboo with a slit on the side. It is resonant and is rapped to call or send signals.


kálaw

Cebuano

n. hornbill bird: Buceros hydrocorax.


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