List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter K - Page 107

káwkaw

Hiligaynon

To touch with the hands, handle, grasp, take hold of (somewhat roughly or violently). Indì ka magkáwkaw (magpangáwkaw) sang súd-an, kóndì kuháon (galohón) mo sang kutsára. Don't touch the side-dish with your hands, but take it with the spoon. Kawkawá lang inâ. Seize it-, catch hold of it-, with your hands. (see kámkam, kámlò, kapút, hámò, búklas, sábnit).



kawó

Hiligaynon

Band, rope, satchel-string, wallet-strap, basket-sling and the like.


kawól

Hiligaynon

A small quantity of yarn or thread, a skein. Ang isá ka ágpang may napúlò ka maréhas kag ang isá ka maréhas may napúlò ka kawól. A large hank of thread has ten small hanks and each small hank has ten skeins.


káwtì

Hiligaynon

Dim. of káwat. To pilfer, sneak, steal a little, be a thief in a small way, to commit a petty theft.


kawtían

Hiligaynon

Thief, sneak-thief, petty thief, pilferer. (see makáwat, kawatán).


kay

Hiligaynon

(H) For, because, on account of, for the reason. Indì akó magkádto dídto, kay nagaulán. I am not going there, because it is raining.


kay

Hiligaynon

Particle denoting dative or accusative of persons. Ginhátag níya iníng líbro kay Pédro-or-sa kay Pédro. He gave this book to Peter. Nagsúmbag siá kay Pédro-or-sa kay Pédro. He struck Peter.


káy-ag

Hiligaynon

To lie supine, etc. See kayáng, kayâ.


káy-ag

Hiligaynon

To spread, scatter; disorder, dishevel. Kay-agón mo silá sing alalángay. Spread them out-equally,-evenly,-in groups of equal size. Ang íya bohók ginakáy-ag sang hángin. Her hair is fluttering in the wind. (see báhin, bahínbáhin, bulád, búkag).


káy-an

Hiligaynon

For kayaán from kayâ.


káy-us

Hiligaynon

To glide, slither, slide down a tree, pole, rope, steep incline, etc. Nagkáy-us siá sa pángpang. He slid down the bank. (see alóg-og, dáhog, dalóhog, dalús-us, kalós-os).


káya

Hiligaynon

To delight, please, attract, cause a liking for (especially for money). Sang pagkakítà níya sang madámù nga pílak nga ginpamakál sing magáy nagtoón siá sa paghabúl, kay nakáya siá sang báyad. When she saw the large amount of money paid for magáy-cloth, she learned to weave, because she was attracted by the (high) price (pay). (see ílà, íma, íbug, lúyag).


kayâ

Hiligaynon

To lie on one's back, to lie supine, lie face upward. Nagakayâ silá sa lándong sang páhò. They are lying on their backs in the shade of the mango-tree. Pakáy-a (pakayaá) ang pínggan. Put the plate face upwards. Pakáy-i akó siníng pínggan. Turn this plate face upwards for me. (see kayáng).


kayâ-kayâ

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of kayâ. Ang bátà nagakayâkayâ sa salúg. The baby lies on its back on the floor.


kayáb

Hiligaynon

Sometimes used for "kuyáb", which is the proper and more usual expression. To fan.


káyab

Hiligaynon

To ascend, rise, go up on high. Nagkáyab-or-kinmáyab sa lángit ang Aton Ginóo. Our Lord ascended into heaven. Ginpakáyab sa lángit sang Mahál nga Diós ang Ilóy ni Hesukrísto. God caused to ascend (assumed) into heaven the Mother of Jesus Christ.


kayába

Hiligaynon

To seize, snatch greedily or selfishly. Kayabáha lang tanán. Just seize everything-or-take all for yourself.


kayágkag

Hiligaynon

A kind of fishing net. (see pókot, sálap, láya, sápyaw).


kayán

Hiligaynon

Maize cob, corn cob.


kayán-káyan

Hiligaynon

To float, hover, drift. Ang mga sakayán nagakayánkáyan sa túbig, ang mga píspis sa hángin. Boats float on water, birds in the air.


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