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kaponkapónSpn castrated animal. Usually this refers to a domesticated animal and most frequently to either a water buffalo or a pigNawara an amon kapon.Our castrated-water-buffalo was-lost.pagkapónn castrationMalisod an pagkapon sa babayi na baboy.Castration of-a female pig is difficult.magkapónv [c4] MAG- ag; -ON pat. castrate, emasculateNagakapon sinda san ido.They are-castrating the dog.
kaposkapósadj lacking, bereft, short ofKapos gayod kami niyan sa kwarta.We are-really short-of money now.kapusónv [c10] MA- pat; -ON pat; -AN loc. lackMagdali kamo agod dili kamo kapuson sa oras.Hurry-up so-that you will not be-lacking of time.kapós sa ísipadj mentally abnormal, lacking in-the mindDili makaaram ini na bata kay kapos sa isip.This child will not be-able-to-learn because he is mentally-abnormal.kapós-páladadj unlucky, poorDili mo pagdaug-daugon an mga kapos-palad.Do not belittle the poor people.cfkulang lacking
kapos-paladadj poor
kapotkapótv [c3] MAG- ag; -AN goal; PA-..-ON patmakakapótv able to hold onto somethingMaayo kay nakakapot siya sa karaptan san amon hagdanan.Good that he was-able-to-hold-on to-the hand-rail of our ladder.magkapótv 1control, take chargeWara siya sin kaya na magkapot sa mga may problema na mga bata.He has no ability to-control children with problems.2manage, directNagakapot siya sin negosyo.He manages a business.karaptánn handle, hand rail, railingLinison mo an karaptan san sampi.Clean the handle of-the ladle.kaputánv hold on to somethingGinakaputan ko an yamit.I am-holding-on-to the clothes.syntagal1 huyot holdkapyot clinghawid buknit hold firmly
kapoykápoyadj tiredKapoy na an kabayo.The horse is tired already.kapúyonv [c4] MAG- act; -ON pat. become tired, become worn out, become wearied, become exhausted, become fatiguedKinapoy siya sin kalaba.She became-tired-out by-the laundering.magkápoyv work hard, labor, toil, striveNagakapoy an ginikanan para sa inda mga anak.The parents are-working-hard for their children.pangápoyn tiredness, weariness, fatigueWara na siya sin kalintura pero an pangapoy ada pa.His fever is gone but his tiredness is still there.synguol tiredhapo1tiredpagal1 tiredVariantpagkakapoytiredness
kaprikapríSpn giant black elf. Refers to a gigantic superhuman being believed to haunt big trees and residences at nightIna na akasya na kahoy ginaistaran san kapri.That acacia tree is-inhabited by-a giant-elf.
kapriskokaprískon coolnesscfprisko
kapritsokaprítsoSp; Spn craving, passion, desire, whim, yenDili ka magsunod san kapritso san imo anak.Do not yield to your child's whim.ikaprítsov [c7] MAG- ag; -AN goal; I- acc. crave, have passion forNano an ginakapritso niya?What is he craving for?kapritsósoadj capricious, irresponsible, undependableIgwa siya sin tulo na kapritsoso na mga bata.He has three capricious children.
kapuslanankapuslánann benefitcfpulos worth
kaputikapútiSpn raincoatDili ba gintagaan kamo sin kaputi?Were you not given a raincoat?kaputihónn raincoat materialKaputihon ko ini na silupin.This cellophane is my raincoat-material.magkapútiv [c3] MAG- act; -AN goal; MA- pat. wear a raincoatMagkaputi ka kay mauran.Wear-a-raincoat because it-is-raining.
kapwakápwàn fellowmanMahalon mo an imo kapwa.Love your fellowman.pakipagkápwàn human relationsMag-adal ka sin pakipagkapwa.Study human-relations.makipagkápwàv [c14] MAKI- act. establish rapport. Means to get along with people, live harmoniouslyDili siya nakaaram makipagkapwa.He did not know-how to-get-along-with-people.
kapyotkápyotCebv [c5] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goalmagkápyotv cling, hold on tightlycfkapot syngapot clingbuknit hold firmlyhawid huyot holding
karabasakarabásaSpn pumpkin squashAn karabasa mayaman sa bitamina A.Pumpkin-squash is rich in vitamin A.mangarabásav [c2] MANG- act. gather squash, pick pumpkin squashHamos, mangarabasa kita.Come-on, let's pick-pumpkin-squash.karabasáhanv [c3] MAG- ag; -AN goal. add squash to something. Means to add pumpkin squash to a recipe (as, for example, to fish or meat for viand)Karabasahan mo an tinula na isda.You add-pumpkin-squash-to the stewed fish.
karabawkarabáwn water buffaloIn-gakot ko an karabaw sa puno san kahoy.I tethered the water buffalo at-the base of-the tree.mangarabáwv [c2] MANG- act. ride a water buffaloMangarabaw kita pakadto sa uma.Let's ride-a-water-buffalo-to-the farm.syntamarawwild water buffalo
karagkáragadj profligate, dissolute, misbehaved, wastedKarag ina na babayi.That woman is profligate.karáganadj wasteful, extravagant, lavish, carelessKaragan ina na tawo.That man is wasteful.karagánv [c7] MAG- ag; -AN pat; I- acc. wasteDili mo karagan an tubi.Don't waste the water.pagkáragn wastingGinabawal an pagkarag san tanan na bagay.Wasting anything is-prohibited.
karaganv waste
karahakaráhàChn frying panIniton mo an karaha.Heat the frying-pan.
karanamkaránampl n gamescfkanam game
karangkárangadj spicy hot, pungent, tangy, zesty. This bound stem always occurs affixedsynharang pungentmakáranghot tasteMagbakal ka sin sili na makarang.You buy hot peppers.
karangalankarangálanTagn honor, reputationcfharangdonhonorablehalangdonhonorableonorablihonored
karaptankaraptánn handle, hand railNabari an karaptan san sampi.The handle of-the ladle was-broken.cfkapot
karaslonkaraslónn fiancée, betrothedMga karaslon si Jose kag si Julia.Jose and Julia are fiancees.Variantkasal fiancée
karatulakarátulaSpn signboard, noticeNaglatas kami didi kay wara kami makakita san karatula.We transgressed here because we did not see the signboard.cftanda signsynpaaram noticeabiso noticepasabinoticepasabot noticekamangnonoticenotisya newskaratuláhonv [c5] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal. make a signboardKaratulahon mo ini na lawanit.Make this lawanit into-a-signboard.karatuláhanv erect a sign, put up a signKaratulahan mo dida na bawal an pagtapon sin basura.You place-a-sign there that discarding garbage is prohibited.
karaunonn Variantkaon food
karautankaràútann wickedness, evil, corruption, iniquitycfraot