List of Cebuano words starting with the letter K - Page 95

kaníngag

Cebuano

n. small to medium-sized tree of the forest, the bark of which produces cinnamon: Cinnamomum mercadoi and perhaps some other species of this genus.



kaninyu

Cebuano

see kamu.


kánit

Cebuano

v. 1. do, be in close succession, form a close line. Mikánit ang mga duguung hitabù, Bloody events came one after another. Nagkánit lang ang mga balay sa daplin sa baybáyun, The houses are one right next to the other along the seashore. Kaníta (ikánit) pagláray ang mga silya, Put the chairs in a line close together; 2. spread fast. Nagkánit ang káyu sa silinganan, The fire has spread through the neighborhood. Nagkakánit na ang mga hulungíhung, The rumors have spread; n. action of spreading; a. in close, uninterrupted succession.


kaniya

Cebuano

[pron., third person singular (he/she/it, his/her), oblique or referent case] to her


kaniya

Cebuano

[pron., third person singular (he/she/it, his/her), oblique or referent case] to him


kaniya

Cebuano

hers


kaniya

Cebuano

him


kaniya

Cebuano

n. it


kaníya

Cebuano

see síya.


kaniya (lalaki)

Cebuano

pron. him


kaniya (lalaki)

Cebuano

pron. his


kaniyun

Cebuano

n. 1. bobbin 4″ to 5″ long which holds newly spun yarn or fiber; 2. warp in a loom; 2a. length of cloth being woven; v. wind thread on spools.


kaniyun

Cebuano

n. cannon; v. shoot with a cannon or artillery piece. -ásu v. bomb intensively with artillery. Ang bapur sa níbi nagkanyunásu sa Nurt Byitnam, The navy ship fired a barrage on North Vietnam; n. artillery bombardment.


kankan

Cebuano

v. 1. for movement of water to erode or wash something away. Ang balud kusug mukankan sa yútà, Waves are rapidly washing away the beach. Nakankanan ang bakilid, The slope is all eroded; 2. remove soil or sand from an area. Nagkankan siya sa lápuk nga naglúup sa kanal, He shoveled the mud which clogged the ditch. Átù ning kankánang dapíta arun mapátag, We’ll remove some of the soil from this place to make it level; a. eroded, worn away. -in- n. something that has been removed by eroding action.


kanlat

Cebuano

v. 1. tear something off or out with force. Dinhay buut mukanlat sa íyang kwintas, someone tried to pull her necklace off. Kinsay nagkanlat sa abísu sa bulitin burd? Who ripped the notice off the bulletin board? Ang kakusug sa hángin mauy nakakanlat sa atup, The wind tore the roof off; 2. throw a basketball downwards with force. Sulud giyud ug siyay mukanlat sa búla sa gúl, It’s sure to be good if he hurls the ball into the basket.


Kano

Cebuano

American


Kano

Cebuano

Caucasian


kansa

Cebuano

(from kang kinsa) -ng whose. Kansang sulat ni? Whose letter is this? Babáyi, kansang dagway ..., A woman, whose face ...


kanser

Cebuano

cancer


kansil

Cebuano

v. 1. cross out something written. Kansíla ang subrang sintins, Cancel the extra sentence; 2. cancel something already set. Kinsay nagkansil sa ákung urdir? Who cancelled my order? Ímu gánì syang kansílun sa lista, If you strike her off the list. Gikansílan ang tindáhan sa lisinsiya sa ilimnun, The store lost its liquor license. -d a. crossed out, cancelled. kansilkansil n. kind of game of ‘she loves me, she loves me not’ done by cancelling the letters in the two persons’ names.


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