List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter K - Page 114

kímpit

Hiligaynon

A pair of pincers, pliers, nippers, tweezers; to use or apply pincers; to pinch. Kimpíton ko ang ímong ilóng. I'll pinch your nose.



kímpul

Hiligaynon

Mutilated, maimed, having parts, ends, corners or edges broken or cut off; to break off ends, etc., to mutilate or become mutilated, to dock. Nagkímpul ang íya túdlò. His finger is mutilated. Kimpulá ang íkog sang idô. Dock the dog's tail. Kimpulí ang manók sang íya íkog, agúd makilála nga áton. Cut off part of the cock's tail, so that it may be recognized as ours. (see kúmpul).


kímud

Hiligaynon

(H) To frown, sulk, be offended, take ill, murmur, complain, pout, scowl, fume, resent, take-ill,-to heart,-amiss,-umbrage,-offence,-exception,-in bad part. (see kúmud, kósmod).


kina

Hiligaynon

A prefix frequently used to form (abstract) nouns and (intransitive) verbs, e.g. kinabúdlay-toil; to toil (budlay); kinasádya-mirth, merriment, celebration; to make merry, etc. (sádya); kinagánsal-noise, boisterousness; to be noisy, etc. (gánsal), etc. etc.


kinaádman

Hiligaynon

Learning, knowledge, wisdom, education, cleverness. (álam; kaálam, kinaálam).


kinaálam

Hiligaynon

(H) See kinaádman-learning, etc.


kinaanáran

Hiligaynon

(H) Habit, custom, practice, manner, behaviour, usage. (see ánad, batásan, kinabatásan).


kinaáyo

Hiligaynon

Goodness; benefit, advantage. (see áyo, kaáyo).


Like-, in the form of-, a kabásì-fish; sharppointed. Bángkaw nga kinabasî. A lance with a straight, sharp point. (see kabásì, pinángdan).


kinabátà

Hiligaynon

Childhood, pertaining to childhood or to children, childlike, childish, silly; from childhood, since one's birth. Ang pagkasungî sináng táo kinabátà níya. That man-is hare-lipped from his birth,-was born hare-lipped. (see bátà, bataón).


kinabatásan

Hiligaynon

Custom, manner, habit, behaviour. (see kabatásan, kinaanáran).


kinabón

Hiligaynon

Tribe, bunch, crowd, troop, company, flock, herd; by tribes, etc. (see kabón).


kinabuhî

Hiligaynon

Life, mode or manner of one's life, living conditions; to live, remain, stay, reside, lead a-, pass one's-, life. Nagakinabuhî silá sing matáwhay. They are leading -a tranquil life, -a happy life. Magbuligáy kamó, agúd magtáwhay kag maglinóng ang ínyo pagkinabuhî. Help each other, that you may live a tranquil and peaceful life. (see buhî, búhì, pangabúhì, kabúhì).


kinabúhì

Hiligaynon

Life, period from birth to death. (see kabúhì).


kinaburígal

Hiligaynon

Noisy shouting, disturbance, confusion. (burígal). Kinaburígal kag linabugáyay. Confused noise and melée.


kinaburíghul

Hiligaynon

Boisterousness; to be noisy, rowdy. See kinaburígal.


kinaburúka

Hiligaynon

Excitement, stir, disturbance, trouble; to be excited, be in commotion. (see buróka).


kinadáan

Hiligaynon

Oldness, antiquity; old, ancient, of old, of yore, of long ago, bygone. Batásan nga kinadáan. An old custom. (see dáan, dumáan).


kinadámù

Hiligaynon

Multitude; many. (see dámò, madámò, kadámò).


kinádtan

Hiligaynon

Bite, wound from a bite, place where one has been bitten. Ang kinádtan sang idô sa bátà naghubág. The place where the child was bitten by the dog has swelled. (kagát).


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