Meaning of kiting

kiting

Cebuano

ankle



kiting

Cebuano

n. 1. tendons of the heel; 2. tendon in the back of a carabao’s leg joints; v. cut the heel tendon or the carabao’s tendon in back of the knees. Kitnan ku nang kabáwa ug manabsab sa ákung mais, I’ll cut the tendons in back of that carabao’s knees (thus rendering it useless) if it feeds on my corn. unsay sakit sa — Who cares? It does not bother (so-and-so). Unsa bay sakit sa kiting ku kun byáan mu aku, What do I care if you leave me. putì (bakud) ang — v. take to one’s heels (lit. the heels will look white (rise)). Naputì (nabakud) ang kiting ni Tumas pagkakità nákù, Thomas took to his heels when he saw me.