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apo sa tuhor [apó sa túhor] (comp. of apo, tuhor) n 1Great grandchild (as of the child of somebody's own grandchild). [lit: grandchild on knee] apó sa túhod [This is DDD (any gender) i.e. a lineal descendant three generations below somebody (-3).] (sem. domains: - Grandson, granddaughter.) 2Great great nephew or niece; great grandchild of somebody's brother, sister, cousin or parent's cousin. [lit: grandchild on knee] [These are ZDDD or MZDDD or MMZDDDD (any gender related by birth or marriage) i.e. descendants three generations below (-3) somebody's siblings and various cousins.] (sem. domains: 4.1.9 - Kinship.) 3Great grandchild by somebody's godchild at marriage (as of the grandchild of their godchild). [lit: grandchild on knee] [These are gDDD (any gender) i.e. descendants two generations below somebody's godchildren at marriage (-2) and thereby three generations below the godparent (-3).] (sem. domains: - Family, clan.)

kapuay [kapu-áy] adj Too weak to hold one’s weight; to give way under one’s weight. mahina Kapuay kag tuhor ni Almira tong sida ay mayango. Almira’s knees were too weak to hold her when she got drunk. (sem. domains: 2.4.2 - Weak, 2.4.4 - Tired.)

kiboy [kíboy] (dial. var. bail) n Callous; corn (as of a hardened part of the skin on the feet and hands). kalyo Kag damot it ako tatay ay abang ramoy it kiboy. My father has a lot of callouses on his hands. Abang rakmoey kag kiboy it ida tuhor. His callouses an his knee are very thick now. (sem. domains: 6.6.6 - Working with land, - Work hard.) der. kibuyon

taga-tuhor₁ [taga-túhor] (der. of taga, tuhor) n Knee level (as of depth or length e.g. a dress down to the knee, or water up to the knee in depth.) tuhod (sem. domains: - Leg, 8.2.6 - Distance, 8.2.8 - Measure.)

taga-tuhor₂ [taga-túhor] loc Up to the knee; knee level. hanggang tuhod Taga-tuhor kag baha The flood is at knee level.

tuhor [túhor] n Knee. (sem. domains: 2.1.6 - Bone, joint, - Leg.) comp. apo sa tuhor , der. taga-tuhor