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kapagalankapagálann exhaustioncfpagal1 tired
kapahakapáhàn thirstcfpaha1 thirsty
kapaitkapàítn bitternesscfpait
kapankapánv [c6] MAG- ag; -ON pat; I- accVariantkaparmagkapánv prune, clip, trim, snip, cut backpagkapánn pruning, clipping, trimming, snippingsynpung-ol prune
kapanahunankapanahúnann opportunity, timecfpanahon time
kapangkápangv [c5] MAG- act; -ON pat; -AN goalmagkápangv crawl, clamber, scramble, creep, inch alongNagakapang pa lang an akon anak.My child is still just crawling.pagkápangn crawling, creeping, inching along, scrambling, clamberingMatulin an iya pagkapang.His crawling is very-fast.
kapangkugankapangkúgann stumbling blockAn iya asawa an kapangkugan san mga tawo.His wife is the stumbling-block of-the people.cfpangkog
kaparv [c6] Variantkapan
kaparakapáraadj similar, likeTrumpo an kapara sani'n aton buhay.A top is what these lives of-ours are-like.synkaparehosimilarirog similaralagid-agidsimilar
kaparehoadj similar
kapartikapártin sharecfparti1about
kapatagankapatágann plainscfpatag flat
kapatalankapatálann stubbornesscfpatal stubborn
kapawakapáwàn brightness, brillianceSubra an kapawa san iya pamayhon.The brightness of his face is excessive.cfpawa
kapayaskapáyasCebn papaya. Refers to both the tree and its fruitAba! Hinog na an mga bunga san imo kapayas.Oh! The fruits of your papaya-tree are-ripe already.kapayasón an mátaadj cries easily, crybaby. Translated literally it means, 'the eye is papaya-like'Kapayason an mata sini na bata.This child cries-easily.
kapikapíSpn coffeeTimplahan mo ako sin isad ka tasa na kapi.Prepare a cup of coffee for me.kapíhann coffee houseNagakapi sinda sa kapihan.They are-having-coffee at-the coffee-house.kapihónn coffee makingsKapihon ko ini na bugas san mais.These corn grits are-what I will-use-to-make-into-coffee.magkapív [c3] MAG- act; -AN goal. drink coffeeKadi, magkapi kita.Come, let's drink-coffee.kapitíran pitcher, coffee pot
kapidkápidHlgn twin. Refers to normal twins of anything humanAn barko ginatawag, "An Mga Dios na Kapid".The ship is-called, "The Twin Gods".synkaruha twin
kapihakkapihákn portioncfpihak
kapihak san pusokapihák san púsòn spouse. Translated literally it means, 'half of-the heart'cfpihak
kapihankapíhann coffee housecfkapi coffee
kapihonkapihónn coffee makingscfkapi coffee
kapitalkapitálEngn funds, investment fundsGusto ako magnigosyo kaya lang wara ako sin kapital.I want to conduct-a-business except that I do not have any capital.synpuhunan investment fundskapitalónn capital for investmentKapitalon ko ini na kinyintos pisos para sa dyutay na tindahan.These five hundred pesos-are my capital-for-investment for a little store.magkapitálv [c5] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN acc. have money for investingMagakapital siya sin syin mil pisos sa iya duha ka dyip.He will-have-capital of one-hundred thousand pesos for his two jeeps.ikarapitálv use something as capitalAn akon kwarta dili ko ikapahuram sa imo kay ikarapital ko sa akon negosyo.I cannot lend my money to you because I will-use-it-as-capital for my business.kapitalístan person having money to invest. Refers to one who puts up money for a business ventureAmerikano an inda kapitalista.Their capitalist is an American.
kapitankapitánSpn captain. Refers to both a captain of a ship and to a political leaderMagurang ko an kapitan sana na barko.The captain of-that ship is my elder-brother.Si Wen an aton Kapitan sa baryo.Wen is our Captain of-the village.
kapitirakapitíraSpn pitcher, coffee potWara sin sulod an kapitira.The coffee-pot is empty.kapitirahónsomething used as a coffee potKapitirahon ko ini'n basyo san Nido na gatas.This empty Nido milk can will-serve-as my coffee-pot.cfkapi coffee
kapitolokapítoloSpn chapter. Refers to a section of a written documentAn aton liksyon buwas makukuha sa kapitolo dyis san libro.Our lesson tomorrow will-be-taken-from chapter ten of-the book.