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kaupodkàúpodpl.kàurúpodn companion, companionsHain an aton mga kaurupod?Where-are our companions?cfupod synkasabaycompanion
kàurupdánann Variantupod fellowship
kautodn sibling
kauyonkàúyonn collaboratorcfuyon
kaw-itkáw-itn hookMagkuha ka sin kaw-it kay nahulog an lata sa bubon.Get a hook because the can fell into the well.parakáw-itn hooker, retriever. Refers to using a hook to retrieve somethingIkaw an parakaw-it kun mahulog an lata sa bubon.You-will-be the hooker in-case the can falls into-the well.ikáw-itv [c5] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- acc. hook. Refers to using a hook to snag something in order to get itIkaw-it sa sanga san kahoy.Hook-it to-the branch of-the tree.
kawakáwàCebn wok fry pan. Refers to the large wok bowl-shaped frying panMakala-ga kita sin napulo ka kilo na karni san baboy sa kawa.We can-stew ten kilos of pork meat in-the wok-fry-pan.
kawatkáwatCebv [c8] MAGPANG-, MA- ag; -ON pat; MA-..-AN goal; -AN goal; I- accVariantmangawatmakáwatv be stolen... , be pilfered, be filched, be embezzledImposibli man ina na ginasumat mo sa amon na an duta makawat.That which you are-reporting to us that the land can-be-stolen is impossible.kawátann thief, burglar, bandit, shoplifter, pickpocketNadakop san pulis an kawatan.The thief was caught by-the policeman.syntulisanthiefbandido banditmagpangáwatv steal habituallyNagpangawat sinda sin mangga.They stole some mangos.VariantparapangawatthiefVariantmangawatpangáwatn theft, robbery, pilfering, burglary, larceny, thieveryGin-akusar siya sin pangawat.He was-accused of theft.synpanikastheftVariantpagpangawatstealing
kawayankawáyann spiney bamboo. A sturdy, thick, bamboo much valued for constructionPira an gatos san lipak san kawayan?How-much is one hundred strips of bamboo?Bambusa spinosakawayánanbamboo groveMay sawa dida sa kawayanan.There-is-a snake in-the bamboo-grove.
kawitkawítCebn bamboo container. Used as a receptacle for juice taken from coconut blossomsAn iya kawit puno sin tuba.His bamboo-tube is full of coconut-blossom-juice.kawitónbamboo for making a container. Refers to a cut of bamboo to be used for making a tuba containerMakuha ako sin kawiton.I will-get bamboo-for-making-a-container.
kayconj becauseMagliwan ka kay makadto kita sa ubos.You get-dressed because we will-go downtown.míli kayjust because, even thoughSiya mili kay maayo siya magkanam sin baskitbol baga na siya sikaiyot.He, just-because he is good at-playing basketball he acts-as-though he is very-important.
kaya1kayâconj 1therefore, soKay wara ka naman mag-iskwila sin duha ka bulan kaya hinali ko ikaw sa listahan.Because you in-turn did not come-to-school for two months therefore I removed you from-the list.syntadi1 2that is whyGinbunalan ako san akon iloy kaya ako nagatangis.I was-whipped by my mother so I am-crying.
kaya2káyan ability, capabilityWara siya sin kaya na magkapot sa mga may problema na mga bata.He has-no ability to-handle the children with problems.makakáyav [c6] MAKA- act; -ON pat; -I acc. able to do, can affordWara siya makakaya pag-alsa san dako na bato.He was not able to-lift-up the big stone.
kayamanankayamánann wealth, richesAmbot kun diin siya nagkuha sana na iya kayamanan.I do-not-know where he got that wealth of his.cfyaman wealth
kayaskáyasn scratch, scrape, abrasionKitaa an kayas kinayasan san manok sa natad.Look-at the scratches scratched in-the yard by-the chicken.magkáyasv [c5] MAG- act; -ON pat; -AN goal. scratchNagakayas an manok sa imo tinanom.The chicken is-scratching-at your plants.kayásanv be scratchedKitaa an kayas kinayasan san manok sa natad.Look-at the scratches scratched in-the yard by-the chicken.cfgasgas abrasionsynkambras scratchkarot scratchkidkid
kaymitokaymíton star appleHugasi an dahon san kaymitoWash the leaf of-the star-apple.Variantkayumitostar appleChrysophyllum cainito, L
kayokáyoBkln cotton tree, kapok tree, kapok fruit. The seed pods of this tree are harvested for the soft, fluffy, kapok material in which the seeds are imbedded in the pods. This material is used as stuffing for pillows and mattressesWara mamunga an amon kayo.Our kapok-tree did not bear-fruit.Ceiba pentandra
kaysakáysaconj than. This word is a comparative conjunctionMas matulin si Pedro kaysa kan Ruben.Pedro is much faster than Ruben.synkisathanVariantkisathanVariantki sa
kayumitokayumíton star appleVariantkaymitostar appleChrysophyllum cainito, L
kiconj thanKamo pa ada na mahalaga ki sa mga sapat.You-pl are indeed more-valuable than the birds.cfkaysathan
ki saconj Variantkaysathan
kiatadj aimless
kibkibkibkíbCebn animal bite. Refers to the bite of any animalDilikado an kibkib san ido.A dog bite is dangerous.kibkibónv [c5] MAG-, MAGPANG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal. be bittenAmbot kun nano an nag-abot sa iya ulo kay ginkibkib ako.I do not know what came into his head that I was-bitten by-him.cfkagat bitesynib-ib animal bite
kidkidkidkídCebv [c4] MAG- ag; -ON patkidkidónv be scratched. Usually refers to a scratch by an animalGinaparakidkid san ido an iya kagid.It's mange is-constantly-being-scratching by-the dog.cfgasgas abrasionsynkambras scratchkarot scratchkayas scratch
kidlapn lightning