Meaning of *ka

*ka

Cebuano

sa — (name), íla — (name) at (name)’s place. Adtu ku sa ka Banung (íla ka Banung), I am going to Banong’s place.



ka

Cebuano

[pron., second person singular (you, thou), topicor nominative case] you


ka

Cebuano

you


ka

Cebuano

see ikaw.


ka

Cebuano

1. linker between numeral and noun. Tulu ka mansánas, Three apples. Líbu ka líbu, Thousands and thousands; 2. between isig or masig and nouns. Ísig nímu ka táwu, Your fellow men. Ang ílang masig ka áping, Each of their cheeks; 3. — ug particle in expressing alternative situations: ‘be it ... or’. Manágat giyud siya mag-ulan kag mag-ínit, He goes fishing rain or shine.


ka

Cebuano

n. letter K.


Cebuano

n. hemorrhoids. Gipaupirahan na ba níya ang ká sa íyang lubut? Did he have his hemorrhoids operated on?


ka-

Cebuano

see naka-. see maka-.


ka-

Cebuano

affix forming nouns which mean ‘one’s co-(noun)’. Ákung kaklási, My classmate. Ákung katagilungsud, My fellow townsman. Ákung kaáway, My opponent.


ka-

Cebuano

affix added to adjectives. Adjectives plus ka- have these uses: 1. as nouns which mean ‘the state of being (so-and-so)’. Tungud sa ákung kasubù, Because of my sorrow. Ang katahum sa palíbut, The beauty of the surroundings; 2. in exclamations. Kagwápu sa ímung balay! What a beautiful house you have! Kadakù! How big it is! 3. after unsa to form a phrase: how (to what extent) something is [adj.]. Unsa kadakù? How big is it? Dì mabatbat kun unsa kangilngig, Words cannot describe how horrible it was.


ka-

Cebuano

see maka-.