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kudotkudótn pinchDili masakit an kudot ni Nilya.Nilya's pinch is not painful.kudutónv [c4] MAGPANG- ag; -ON pat. be pinchedKuduton mo si Juan.You pinch Juan.cfkimpit claspsynkunit pinch
kugadorkugadórSpn gamblerAn akon ugangan na lalaki kugador.My father-in-law is a-gambler.synhugadorgambler
kugankugánn 1scabHinuklab niya an kugan san iya samad.He stripped-off the scab of his wound.synkaganscabVariantkugangscab2crusty soreNakikilala ini paagi sa kugan sa bayhon.This can-be-recognized by-means of-the crusty-sores on-the face.
kugangkugángn scabsynkaganscabkugan 1scabVariantkugan 1scab
kugaykúgayBklv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; I- acc; -AN goal.magkúgayv spread evenly. Usually refers to spreading newly harvested rice grain by hand to drysynukay1
kughadkughádCebv [c2] MAG- actmagkughádv cough up something, clear throat of phlegmcfhapo1tired
kugitakugítan 1octopusManamit an kugita kun linuto sa gata.Octopus-meat is delicious when cooked in coconut-milk.2leaderNagatago an kugita pero nagahiwag an iya mga gaway.The leader is-hiding but his goons are-active.parapangugítaoctopus catcherNag-abot na an parapangugita.The octopus-catcher has already arrived.
kugonkúgonn cogon grass. Refers to tall grasses with solid, slender, stems, 30 to 80 cm. high, which take over fields which have been tilled and then abandonedImperata cylindricakakugnáncogon fieldsSa tunga sani may mga kakugnan na ginbungkal san mga tawo.In-the middle-between these are-cogon-fields which the people had-tilled.
kugoskúgosCebv [c5] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goalmagkúgosv arm carrysynhakosarm carrykugúsonv 1be cuddled, be arm carried. Means to be carried in the crook of the armKuguson mo an bata.You cuddle the child.2be huggedGinkugos siya san iya katrato.She was-hugged by her boyfriend.cfkupkop dara thing broughtbitbit karga cargo
kugtolv [c7] Variantgugtol use a harvesting sickle
kuhakúhàv [c8] MAG- ag; MA-pat; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- acc/benmagkúhàv get, takeNagkuha kami sin mga libro.We got some books.makúhàv 1understand, catch on2be deflowered. In sexual encounters, this refers to the breaking of the female's hymen in her initial sexual intercourseNakuha na ni Pedro si Marta.Marta has already been-deflowered by Pedro.kuhâanv get from some placeMaghanap sin lugar na 20 metros hali sa ginakuhaan sin tubig.Look-for a place which is 20 meters from where water is-gotten.
kuhit1kúhitCebv [c6] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -I accmagkúhitv poke, jab, prod, nudgekuhítonv be poked, be jabbed, be prodded, be nudged, be touched with a fingerKuhiton mo an ulo ni Marcos.You poke Marcos' head.
kuhit2kúhitCebv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal ; I- accmagkúhitv pluck by means of something. Refers to plucking fruit by using a tool such as a pole or stickNagkuhit kami sin mangga.We plucked a manggo by-using-a-pole.kuhítonv be pulled out, be plucked, be taken from. Refers to using a hook or another instrument to pull something out of some placeKuhiton mo an timba na nahulog sa bubon.Let the dipper which fell into-the well be-pulled-out by-you.
kuhol1kuhólBkln black snail. Refers to a small, black, edible, fresh water snail found in fishponds
kuhol2kuhólBkln yellow snail. Refers to a snail called the golden kuhol found in salt water
kukokukón 1fingernail, toenailPirme malinis an iya mga kuko.Her fingernails are always clean.2claw, hoofMatariwis an kuko san banog.The claws of hawks are sharp-pointed.
kulakuláv [c6] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -I accmagkuláv bleach somethingkuláhonv be bleachedKulahon mo an bado ni Floramar.You bleach Floramar's dress.kulahónn clothes to be bleachedHain an mga kulahon?Where are the clothes-to-be-bleached?kulahánn bleaching areaDili mo pagtapukan sin ati an amon kulahan.Do not discard trash on our bleaching-area.pagkulan bleachingLinisa an imo pagkula.Make your bleaching clean.
kulalapnitkulalápnitn barn bat, fruit bat. Refers to a small brown bat (often seen under house eaves)Dili niyo balbagon an mga kulalapnit.Do not club the small-bats.cfkaboglarge fruit bat
kulamkúlamTagn curse, witchcraftsynbarang cursetiaw2 cursemagkúlamv [c3] MAG- ag; -AN goal. curse someone
kulangkúlangadj lacking, short, less thanKulang sin duha ka gantang an bugas.The rice is lacking two gantas.kulang-kúlangadj mentally abnormalKulang-kulang ini na bata.This child is mentally-deficient.kakulángann needs, things needed, necessitiesDili mo ako mahatagan san akon kakulangan.You cannot-afford-to-give me my necessities.
kulapokulápoCebn brown seaweedAn kulapo ginagamit pagsugpo san ulod san mais kag iba pa na tinanom.Brown-seaweed is-used to prevent worms on corn and other plants.synsamobrown algaemangulápov [c2] MANG- act. gather brown seaweedHamos kita mangulapo.Let us go to-gather-brown-seaweed.Variantmagpangulapo
kulbakúlbàCebn anxiety, nervousnessNano an dahilan san iya kulba?What is the cause of his anxiety?kinulbàánadj anxious, nervousAn kinulbaan na babayi umuli na.The anxious woman has gone-home now.magparakúlbàv [c3] MAGPARA- exp; -AN goal; PARA-..-AN pat. anxious, be continually... , nervous, be continually...Dili ka magparakulba-kulba.Do not be-continually-nervous.
kulibangbangkulibángbangn butterflycfkakanogmothsynalibangbangbutterflykalibangbangbutterfly
kulikagkulíkagv [c2] MAG- actmagkulíkagv insert, thrust into, interleave, introducecfipit claspsynsalipit suksok susok pagkulíkagn thrusting, insertingPasukahon siya sa pagkulikag sa iya tutunlan sin tudlo.Cause him to-vomit by thrusting a finger into his throat.
kulintaskulíntasn necklaceMahalon ini na akon kulintas.This necklace of mine is expensive.magkulíntasv [c3] MAG- act; -AN goal. wear a necklaceDili ka magkulintas sin piki.Do not wear a fancy necklace.