List of Cebuano words starting with the letter K - Page 99

kaon

Cebuano

v. eat



kap

Cebuano

forty


kap

Cebuano

n. short for kapitan, captain.


káp

Cebuano

see kalap.


kap-atan

Cebuano

n. forty


kap-us

Cebuano

v. 1. finish eating. Bag-u pa giyud kaming nakakap-us sa ámung panihápun, We have just finished our supper.2. finish something else. Mahingpit giyud ang átung pagpahúlay kun makap-us na ang átung kinabúhì, We can have eternal rest when our life is over; a. be done eating. ‘Mangáun ta.’—‘Salámat na lang. Kap-us na ku,’ ‘Would you like to eat?’—‘No, thanks. I’m done eating.’


kápa

Cebuano

n. cape; v. put on a cape, make into a cape.


kápa

Cebuano

see kápal.


kapaagihan

Cebuano

process


kapagkapag

Cebuano

scurry


kapagkapag

Cebuano

v. walk fast—half running, half walking. Nagkapagkapag ang asáwa nga niápas sa íyang bána sa sugálan, The wife half-walked, half-ran to the gambling den after her husband.


kapaingnan

Cebuano

destination


kapaingnan

Cebuano

fate


kapaitan

Cebuano

n. beggarliness


kapaitan

Cebuano

n. ordeal


kapakápa

Cebuano

v. 1. flap the wings or arms. Nikapakápa siya sa túbig kay dílì maantigung mulanguy, He flapped his arms in the water because he did not know how to swim; 2. jump up and down in happiness. Nagkapakápa ang bátà sa kalípay, The child jumped up and down in happiness; n. fluttering or flapping of wings or arms. Ang kapakápa sa mga manuk mauy nakapúkaw kanákù, I was awakened by the flapping of chicken wings.


kapákut

Cebuano

see pákut.


kapakyasan

Cebuano

n. dejection


kapal

Cebuano

n. kind of dark gray, highly esteemed fish, as big as a man’s palm, about as wide as it is long.


kápal, kap-al

Cebuano

v. 1. cover, coat something with a thick layer. Mukápal (makápal) nang buling sa ímung líug ug dì ka manglúgud, Your neck will be caked with dirt if you do not rub it when you bathe. Nakakápal ang abug sa mga silya, The dust has formed a thick layer on the chairs. Gikapálan ug lápuk ang tapalúdu, The fender got mud caked on it. 2. for an emotion to appear all over the face. Mikápal ang kalípay sa íyang nawung, His face shone with happiness.


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