List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter K - Page 76

kapitál

Hiligaynon

(Sp. capital) Capital, chief or principal town; capital, principal, money invested or set apart for an enterprise. (see úlo-bánwa, pahunán, prinsipál).



kapitán

Hiligaynon

(Sp. capitán) Captain; mayor, burgomaster, municipal president (in Spanish times).


kapitípit

Hiligaynon

Completeness, totality, extreme point, climax, height of, midst of (distress, darkness, etc.); utter, consummate, absolute, complete. (see pitípit).


kapíya

Hiligaynon

See kapílya.


kápkap

Hiligaynon

To feel one's way, grope. (see híkam, etc.).


kápkap

Hiligaynon

To twist or twine round, encircle, entwine, cling to (as ivy). (see kalápkap).


Poverty, penury, misery, impecuniousness, pauperism. (see póbre, kaimolón).


kápog

Hiligaynon

(B) Cold cooked rice. May kápog kamó sa baláy? Have you any cold rice in the house? (see báhaw).


kapóktol

Hiligaynon

Stumpiness, stockiness, condition of being thick-set. (see póktol).


kápol

Hiligaynon

Plaster; to plaster, cover with a plaster, mend, repair, seal or stop leakages or small holes with thick paint, mortar, cement, etc. Kapóli sing pínta ang mga úlo sang mga lánsang sa atóp nga sin. Cover the nail-heads on the zinc-roof with paint. Sín-o ang nagkápol sang tohók sang alhíbi? Who plastered up the hole in the water tank? Ipilák na lang iníng pínggan, kay índì na makapólan ang íya sirâ nga balanâ. Throw this plate away, for it is so cracked that it cannot be mended. (see pálhit, ápol).


kapól-kápol

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of kápol. Also: to patch, mend, repair, make things up, settle amicably or peacefully. (see kapánkápan, tapántápan).


kapólpog

Hiligaynon

To crumble, fall to pieces, said of clods of earth, or the like. Nagakapólpog ang pugá. The clod of earth is crumbling. (see pólpog).


kapón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. capón) Capon, gelding, any castrated animal, but particularly applied to cocks, pigs and dogs; to emasculate, castrate. Ginkapón níla ang mga báboy nga palatambókon kag ilihawón. They castrated the pigs that are to be fattened and slaughtered. Kaponá ang idô. Castrate the dog. Nakabakál akó sing tátlo ka manók nga kinapón. I succeeded in buying three capons.


kápot

Hiligaynon

The marriage ceremony; the bride and bridegroom giving their mutual consent and pledging conjugal fidelity and immediately after joining hands, before the priest who solemnizes their marriage. Bagtingán mo silá sa kápot. Ring the bells when they clasp hands. Nagpakápot lang silá, ápang walâ pagbilóhi. They went through the marriage ceremony, but did not receive the nuptial blessing during the Holy Mass.


kápot

Hiligaynon

To stick or adhere to, paste, glue. (see dokót, pilít).


kapóte

Hiligaynon

(Sp. capote) Overcoat, raincoat, mackintosh, macintosh. (see kúmbut, kúnup, kulámbot).


kapóte

Hiligaynon

Select tobacco leaves used as wrappers for cigars. Dálhi akó sing maáyo nga dáhon sang tabákò, kay ikapóte ko sa ákon piokós. Bring me a choice tobacco leaf, for I am going to use it as a wrapper for my home-made cigar.


kapóy

Hiligaynon

Tired, exhausted, weak, worn out, done up, fatigued, weary, knocked up, jaded, spent. Kapóy na siá. He is tired out. (see paúl, luyâ).


kápoy

Hiligaynon

To tire, fatigue, weary, knock up, wear out, exhaust, weaken. Nakápoy (kinápoy) siá. He was exhausted (tired). Ginakápoy (ginakapóyan) akó. I am getting tired. Ang amó nga pagpangabúdlay nagpakápoy sa íya. That drudgery wore him out, knocked him up. (see lúya, lúyà, pául, álay, búdlay).


kápre

Hiligaynon

(Sp. cafre) A ghost or monstrous being alleged by the superstitious to take the form of a horrible giant.


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