List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter K - Page 143

kumún

Hiligaynon

Common; privy. See komún.



kúmung

Hiligaynon

To squat, sit down in katinkátin-fashion. May nakítà silá nga táo nga nagakúmung sa idálum sang baláy. They saw a man squatting under the house. (see kúung id. and more in use than kúmung).


kúmus

Hiligaynon

To knead, compress, squeeze, crumple within the hand. Kumúsa ang almidón, linúgaw, hípon, etc. Compress or knead within the hand the starch, rice-porridge, hipon-fish, etc. (see kúmkum).


kúna

Hiligaynon

(Sp. cuna) Cradle. (see abóy-abóy, batóng, duyándúyan).


kúnà

Hiligaynon

A congenital blemish or mark on the body, birth mark, mole. (see álum).


kunád

Hiligaynon

(B) Limping, halting; to limp, halt, walk with a limp, walk haltingly. Nagakunád siá. He is limping. Kunád siá. He has a halt in his gait.


kúnat

Hiligaynon

To go or be slow, require much patience or labour. See kánat id.


kúndal

Hiligaynon

A kind of savoury banana. (see túndal, karintóndan, térna).


kundíman

Hiligaynon

A native song and dance; kind of red cloth. (see kondíman id.).


kunína

Hiligaynon

After some time, later on, in the future. Ang mga kabatáan karón amó ang mga manugdumála sang bánwa kunína. The children of the present will be the leaders of to-morrow-or-of the future.


kúnkun

Hiligaynon

To shrink, dwindle, grow less, contract, fall off. (see kúpus, kúlpà, búhin).


kúnlà

Hiligaynon

Syllable; to speak brokenly, spell syllable by syllable.


kunlâ-kúnlà

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of kúnlà. Also: to stutter, stammer, speak brokenly, or falteringly. (see hát-on).


kunól

Hiligaynon

To cease, stop flowing, be interrupted, run dry, to shrink, dwindle. Nagkunól gid kaáyo ang mga negósyo. Business came to a standstill (was greatly handicapped or interrupted). (see kúntà, kúlpà, kúpus).


kúnop

Hiligaynon

A cover or cloak for the back, mantle, cape; to cover the back with any kind of material as a protection against the sun, cold or rain. Kunópi ang likód mo, kay may tún-og. Cover your back, for there is a heavy dew. (see kúmbot, kulámbot, kulúmbot).


kúnsad

Hiligaynon

Descent, coming down; to descend, come down, particularly used in connection with spirits descending from above. Nagkúnsad ang Diós nga Espíritu Sánto sa mga Apóstoles. The Holy Ghost descended upon the Apostles. Ang kúnsad (pagkúnsad) sang Diós nga Espíritu Sánto. The descent of the Holy Ghost.


kunsadán

Hiligaynon

See kunsarán.


kunsarán

Hiligaynon

(H) Foundation, base; foot of a mountain, foot-hills. Sa kunsarán sang búkid. At the foot of the mountain. (see kúnsad).


kúntà

Hiligaynon

(H) A particle implying a possibility, hope, wish or desire for the future and regret for the past: Would, should, maybe, perhaps, peradventure, likely; it would be, it were, would to God that, let us hope; it would have been, might have been, etc. Maáyo kúntà kon-. It were well if--. Maumpawán pa man siá kúntà. He may recover yet; let us hope that he will recover. Maáyo kúntà kon amó inâ, ápang--. Dápat kúntà nga amó inâ, ápang--Would to God it were so, but--. Ay, matahúm gid kúntà kon ímo nabúhat inâ sádto ánay, ápang ánhon mo karón, kay walâ mo pagbuháta? Oh, it would have been so nice if you had done that in the past, but what can you do now, as you have not done it then? Malúyag akó kúntà magtámbong dídto. I would like to be present there. (see kuntánì, úntà, untánì, ráad, dáad).


kúntà

Hiligaynon

To stop flowing, dry up, cease to flow; shrink, dwindle. (see kunól).


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