Meaning of kagùkù

kagùkù

Cebuano

v. 1. make a hollow thumping sound. Ug mukagùkù ang sambag, hinug na, When the tamarind rattles, it’s ripe; 2. laugh with a deep, loud voice. Nahikagùkù akug katáwa sa íyang isturya, I burst into loud laughter at his story; n. 1. hollow sound in large fruits; chugging sound of trains in motion; 2. a large kind of sweet pepper of the same type as is commercially grown in the States, so called because it makes hollow sounds if you tap it.



kagùkù

Cebuano

n. a large kind of crab with a long, reddish body like a hermit crab, but dwelling in its own shell. Inedible, but used as bait.