Meaning of kakas



v. 1. detach something that has been stitched or similarly attached. Kinsay nagkakas niíning ginansilyu? Who undid this crochet-work? Kakasa (kaksa) na lang ang gubà nga atup, Tear off the worn-out part of the roof; 2. uproot vines in clearing an area. Gikaksan na ang kamutihan, The sweet potato patch has been cleared of old vines. -in- n. 1. thin membrane which encases the small intestines of pigs and attaches it to the rear wall of the abdominal cavity, used for wrapping murkun; 2. see ilugun, n. see ílug.