Meaning of kutu

kutu

Cebuano

v. be extremely hungry. Gikuthan (gipanguthan) na ku sa pinaábut nga malútù ang paniudtu, I’m starved waiting for lunch to be cooked. kutukutu n. pit of the stomach; v. hit in the pit of the stomach. Gikutukutu nákù siya pagsumbag, I hit him in the solar plexus.



kútu

Cebuano

n. head louse; v. be infested with head lice. Kutúun ka giyud ug dì ka malígù, You will get infested with lice if you don’t bathe. hiN- v. delouse the head. Hingut-i (hingutúhi) ang bátà kay síging paniksik, Delouse the child because she keeps scratching her head. hingut-ánay v. pick each other’s lice. kutuhun, kutuun 1. infested with lice; 2. for a woman to have the karapáta, a kind of louse spread by sexual contact. Ayawg paduul ánang bayhána kay kutuun nà, Don’t get near that woman. She is full of lice in the genitals; v. become a woman of this sort.


kútu

Cebuano

v. cut down, hold back on doing something Mikútu siya sa íyang pagkáun ug bábuy tungud sa íyang prisiyun, He is restricting his intake of pork because of his high blood pressure. Kinahanglan giyud nga kutúhan (kuthan) nátù ang átung paggastu, We have to limit our spending. (→) n. action of restraining oneself.


kútù

Cebuano

a. fast in doing something or getting something done. Kútù siyang mulálag banig, She weaves mats quickly; v. do something rapidly. Makútù (mukútù) ang dágan ánang rilúha ug yawíhan, That watch runs fast when you wind it. Ug ímung kutúun (ikútù) pagsulti, dì ku makasabut nímu, When you talk rapidly, I can’t make out anything you say.


kútù

Cebuano

n. creak or cracking sound; v. creaking or cracking noise. Mikútù ang salug nga kawáyan sa ákung pagtunub, The bamboo floor creaked as I stepped on it. Mikútù ang sanga, dáyung kabálì, The branch made a cracking sound and then broke. kutùkutù v. make a crackling noise. Mukutùkutù ang sitsarun inig-úsap, Fried pork rinds make a crackling noise when you chew them.