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kay gumalikom hi bungot na (id. of bungot) to be very angry (lit. his anger is like he will-crunch-by-teeth you).

kay habal di angana (id. of anga) his face is wide; broad-faced (lit. his face is like an upland-camote-patch).

kay hamutin mangan (id. of kan) to have a poor appetite; to eat very little (lit. eat like a bird).

kay hanan adjunct. as if. Kay hanan adi makulug an ihauhaut mu pay. As if it is not true that you are still deceiving. Attitudinal.

kay hinunggop di nuwang (id. of nuwang) someone stomps feet on floor; to walk heavily (lit. like a carabao has entered the house).

kay hubil di nuwang di otak (id. of otak) dull bolo blade (lit. bolo like the lips of the carabao).

kay hukbung di dapana (id. of dapan) He has wide feet. (lit. His feet are like lid-of-a-pot).

kay ka allama (id. of allama) may be said to a child who likes to pinch playmates (lit. You are like a crab).

kay ka babuy an mangan (id. of kan) You smack your lips while eating. (lit. You are like a pig in eating.)

kay ka bakkukul (id. of bakkukul) You are slow moving. (lit. You’re like a turtle.)

kay ka duduk (id. of duduk) You are tall and thin. (lit. You are like a stick.)

kay ka kitob (id. of kitob) You don’t socialize, but mischievous when alone to upset people. ( lit. You are like a bedbug.)

kay ka natuktukan an battikul (id. of battikul) You did not participate in a discussion. This may also be said to someone who is very quiet after a tongue lashing. (lit. You are like a snail that was knocked on.) [This is explained by the fact that a snail pulls inside its shell when tapped on.]

kay ka nun-ingan dale (id. of inga) You are obstinate and do not heed the advice of others. (lit. You are like an eared-jar.)

kay ka puha (id. of puha) You sneak in quietly. (lit. You are like a cat.)

kay kabayun dumalan (id. of dalan) you are a fast walker idiom. refers to someone walking fast (lit. like a horse walking).

kay kayu palpal (id. of palpal) You-all are very noisy. (lit. You-all are like big-belly-frogs.)

kay kidul di kalim (id. of kali) Your speech is very loud. (lit. Your speech is like thunder.)

kay ku intugal di inatuk (id. of tugal) I lost a lot; I wasted my time, work I lost a lot; I wasted my time, or work. ( It’s like I gambled my tiredness/efforts.)

kay kutson (id. of kutson) very stout (lit. like a cushion).

kay lomam (id. of lomam) so stout they can hardly move (lit. like something heavy is on the chest).

kay matan di puha (id. of puha) keen eyes. to have keen eyes (lit. like the eyes of a cat).

kay munhabun mangan (id. of kan) eating too fast (lit. like scooping-water in eating).

kay na inukmun di puhu na (id. of puhu) He is nervous or experiencing panic (lit. It’s like he swallowed his heart.)

kay naapuyan di tokok (id. of ap’uy) a person can’t stop talking (lit. It’s like my mouth is burning.)