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kasan'u1intg advWhen did an event occur or a state exist?varka'unu1Kasan'u or its variant indicates an event or state in the past. For an event or state in present or future time, see san'u.Pitra, kasan'u ka nag'abut?Petra, when did you arrive?Ka'unu ka pa diri?When were you still here?synsan'u intg adv'ābir kasan'uvarbīsan kasan'umaskin kasan'uindef ti advat any time'Ang hambay ku sa Pilar hay "'Ābir kasan'u waya' gid 'aku nagahandum nga magka'igwa 'ina' nga manga butang kay daw 'indi' ku kāya."What I said to Pilar was, "I did not, at any time, think about there being belongings because it is as if I cannot cope [with them]."Bīsan kasan'u hay bukun gid tiyad 'adtu nga kagwāpa 'ang 'iya lūla.Her grandmother was not at any time really beautiful like that.Natingāya 'ang lyāki kay maskin kasan'u waya' pa gid siya makakīta' ning 'isda' nga nagahambay.The man was surprised because he had not yet at any time seen a fish which talked.kung kasan'urel advwhen an event occurredWaya' da 'aku kasāyud kung kasan'u siya nagbakay ning baru'.I did not know when she bought the dress.synkung san'ucfhābanghābanghasta hasta hasta hasta kung san'ukung san'ukung san'umintras mintras mintras mintras sa1 sa1 samantāla'samantāla'samantāla'tubtub tubtub tubtub 'ūras 'ūras
karninmeat, as beef, bird, chicken, goat, porkBumakay ning karni nga gustu mu; pwīdi 'ang karni nang bāka, bābuy kag manuk.Buy the meat you like; beef, pork, and chicken are acceptable.'Indi' siya dāpat magkalibug kay kung nagakadtu sinda sa bakūyud kag nakakadakup ning pispis, 'iya gid tanan 'ang karni kag tuy'an.He should not be worried because if they go to the mountain and are frequently able to catch birds, the meat and bones are all his.Undesirable condition: sira' rotten; lunut overcooked.cfkasudlann'adūbu nga karninmeat adobo'inīhaw nga karninbroiled meatgalingan nang karni (galingan 1b)a hand meat grindergināling nga karni2nground meatkarni nang bābuynporkKung 'ikaw naman hay may sakit parīhu nang sakit nga risipula 'ina' hay ginabāwal 'ang pagkā'un nga parīhu nang kugīta, lūkus, pasāyan kag karni nang bābuy.When you have a sickness like erysipelas sickness, the eating of things like common octopus, cuttlefish, dried imported shrimp and pork are forbidden.karni nang manuk1nchicken meatNang sinda hay nagpariprisku, 'ang 'inda ginpakā'un sa manga dalāga hay sūpas makarūni kag karni nang manuk.When they served refreshments, what they had the ladies eat was soup, macaroni and chicken meat.
kāyanfinancial, physical or mental resources'Ang manga tāwu nga may kāya 'ang nakakabakay nang 'aparadur nga nāra, bangku' nga nāra kag lamīsa nga nāra.The people with resources are the ones who are consistently able to buy narra cabinets, narra chairs, and narra tables.vSomething is used as a resource for doing something.'ikakāyavSomething is coped with by someone.'Ang 'iba naman nga waya' ning 'ikakāya nga 'itingi' ning bugas pāra bubud sa 'inda manuk, 'ang 'inda 'ini ginabūbud hay niyug nga ginatuktuk ning pīnu.Some who have nothing which can be used as a resource when they will buy rice as feed for their chickens, as for what they feed, [it] is coconut meat chopped into thin [pieces].'Indi' ninda kāya 'ang liksyun, kay kahuga' 'ang pradyik.The lesson was not coped with by them, because the project was difficult.makāyaKung 'indi' mu makāya 'ang pagpanāka' ning niyug; ginasuhūyan 'ang nagapanaka'.If the climbing of coconut palms is not able to be coped with by you, the one who climbs is paid.
kapayvWings are flapped by a bird.'ikapayKung sya nagalupad, tadlung 'ang duha niya nga siki; 'ang 'iya pakpak hay mahāba' kung 'iya 'ikapay paglupad.When it flies, its two feet are straight; its wings are long when they will be flapped in flying.ginakapayKung nagalānaw 'ang banug sa 'ibābaw, 'ang plastāda nang 'iya pakpak hay tadlung; waya' nya ginakapay 'ang 'iya pakpak.When the hawk searches down from above, the position of its wings is straight; its wings are not flapped by it.
kumparavSomeone or something is compared by someone to someone or something else.'ikukumparaKung 'ikukumpara nātun 'ang 'ātun kanta sa nyan nga tyimpu hay mas ma'āyu gida 'ang 'ātun kanta nang 'ūna nga tyimpu.If our songs now are consistently compared by us during this time period [to songs of the past], our song of the past were much better [than now].'ikumpara'Aku, waya' gid ning 'abilidad sa pagbuyung 'ina' kay 'aku kung 'ikumpara hay yāra' pa lang 'aku sa grid wan; 'ikaw naman hay yāra' na sa grid tu.As for me [I] do not have skills like that in curing [sick people] because as for me if [I] will be compared [to someone else] I am only in grade one; you are already there in grade two.kumpara saprepin comparison to or withBukun parīhu sa 'ambu' kag 'uning nga ma'intik lang kumpara sa 'āyam.It is not the same regarding the rat and cat in that they are small in comparison to the dog.
kumparavSomeone or something is compared by someone to someone or something else.'ikukumparaKung 'ikukumpara nātun 'ang 'ātun kanta sa nyan nga tyimpu hay mas ma'āyu gida 'ang 'ātun kanta nang 'ūna nga tyimpu.If our songs now are consistently compared by us during this time period [to songs of the past], our song of the past were much better [than now].'ikumpara'Aku, waya' gid ning 'abilidad sa pagbuyung 'ina' kay 'aku kung 'ikumpara hay yāra' pa lang 'aku sa grid wan; 'ikaw naman hay yāra' na sa grid tu.As for me [I] do not have skills like that in curing [sick people] because as for me if [I] will be compared [to someone else] I am only in grade one; you are already there in grade two.kumpara saprepin comparison to or withBukun parīhu sa 'ambu' kag 'uning nga ma'intik lang kumpara sa 'āyam.It is not the same regarding the rat and cat in that they are small in comparison to the dog.
karninmeat, as beef, bird, chicken, goat, porkBumakay ning karni nga gustu mu; pwīdi 'ang karni nang bāka, bābuy kag manuk.Buy the meat you like; beef, pork, and chicken are acceptable.'Indi' siya dāpat magkalibug kay kung nagakadtu sinda sa bakūyud kag nakakadakup ning pispis, 'iya gid tanan 'ang karni kag tuy'an.He should not be worried because if they go to the mountain and are frequently able to catch birds, the meat and bones are all his.Undesirable condition: sira' rotten; lunut overcooked.cfkasudlann'adūbu nga karninmeat adobo'inīhaw nga karninbroiled meatgalingan nang karni (galingan 1b)a hand meat grindergināling nga karni2nground meatkarni nang bābuynporkKung 'ikaw naman hay may sakit parīhu nang sakit nga risipula 'ina' hay ginabāwal 'ang pagkā'un nga parīhu nang kugīta, lūkus, pasāyan kag karni nang bābuy.When you have a sickness like erysipelas sickness, the eating of things like common octopus, cuttlefish, dried imported shrimp and pork are forbidden.karni nang manuk1nchicken meatNang sinda hay nagpariprisku, 'ang 'inda ginpakā'un sa manga dalāga hay sūpas makarūni kag karni nang manuk.When they served refreshments, what they had the ladies eat was soup, macaroni and chicken meat.
kā'unvSomeone or something eats something.cfkāgud palamūnan'ipakā'un'Ang pagkā'un 'ini nga dāpat 'ipakā'un ta kay Lūlu hay 'ina' 'ang manga mayuta'.The foods that will be allowed by us to be eaten by Grandfather are those foods which are soft.cflāmunginakā'unPast progressive narrative commonly uses the present tense.Ginatan'aw gid niya 'ang ginakā'un kag tūbi' nga gina'inum.He was carefully looking at that which was being eaten and water that was being drunk.ginaka'ūnaKung panahun nga makūli' 'ang manga pagkā'un nga waya' mu ginaka'ūna hay 'īmu na ginakā'un.During times of famine, foods that are not eaten by you, are then eaten by you.ginakina'ūn'Ang būnga nang 'ini nga kāhuy hay 'imaw 'ang ginakinā'un ni MaryaAs for the fruit of this tree, that is what is always eaten by Nena.ginkā'un, kinā'un'Ang ginkā'un nang bāka hay pwīdi gid bīsan sa 'isa ka tū'ig.As for that which was eaten by the cow, it is very possible [for it to last] even one year.Kinā'un ku nga dā'an 'ang 'itlug nga 'isa ka bu'uk.One egg was eaten by me at once.gingka'ūnanvthat from which someone eatsTagahūgas 'aku nang bāsu nga gingka'ūnan nang halu'hālu'.I am the one in charge of washing the glasses which were used for eating halo-halo.Utensils from which one eats: a plate pinggan, coconut shell bowl paya', woven plate nītu' nga pinggan.ka'unannan eating placeCompare with the verbal substantive ka'ūnan 'that from which one eats' described above.'Ang manga ka'unga'an nagkadtu sa 'inda ka'unan.The group of children went to their eating place.'Ang 'āmun ka'unan hay sa baybay kung kami nagalanguy.Our eating place is on the beach when we swim.An eating place is any area where one eats-a table, the floor, a beach.ka'ūnan'Ang 'ākun ka'ūnan hay 'ang pinggan.That from which I will eat is a plate.ka'ununnsomething to eatNagpangita' siya ning ka'unun nga sabsābun pāra sa 'iya bāka.He looked for something for his cow to eat which was grazing grass.Ka'unun and pagkā'un are virtually the same in meaning.ka'ūnunKung nagpamūnga na 'ang 'iya manga tanum 'igwa pa ning ka'ūnun 'ang 'iya manga 'unga'.If his plants have already all borne fruit there will still be something that will be eaten by his children.ka'unun nga pagkā'un1nfood for eating, as bread, fast foods2nstomach food of an animal, bird, sea creature, removed when preparing the meat for eatingkakā'unPreceded by a negative.Nang 'ulīhi na gid 'indi' na 'aku kakā'un kay 'ang 'ākun panamsam hay mapa'it.Lately, I have no longer been able to eat because as for the way I taste [things], [they] are bitter.kaka'ūnunvAn eating utensil is used by someone for eating something.Di'in ka mabu'uy nang 'īmu kaka'ūnun masunud nga 'adlaw?Where will you get that which will be eaten by you the next day?magkā'un1infto eatKung 'aku didtu gustu magkā'un, ya' na 'aku galingaw.If I like to eat there, I do not make noise.'Ang Mangyan nahuya' magkā'un sa 'āmun pinggan.The Mangyan was embarrassed to eat from our plate.2gersomeone's eating'Aba, pinanggan'ut 'aku pagkatāpus ku ning 'un.Oh, I was extensively soaked upon my completion of eating.3ti gerafter or upon someone's eatingPagkakā'un nāmun nagpahuway na kami.After our eating, we rested.4'Indi' gid siya magkā'un kag waya' gid ning duktur nga makapa'āyu sa 'iya.She really does not eat and no doctor is able to make her better.makā'unMakā'un kita ning mangga.We will eat mangoes.makakā'unGinadisidihan ku gid nga 'aku makabu'uy butung pāra lang gid 'aku makakā'un kay kagūtum na gid.I am really deciding that I should get a young coconut so that I will be able to eat because I am already hungry.nagakā'unGinabinakyan ni Lu'is ning tināpay 'adtung magūyang, siya 'ina' waya' siya gakā'un.That old man continuously has bread bought for [him] by Luis, [but] as for that one, he eats nothing.nagakinā'unSi Dilya nagakinā'un nang būnga nang kanduy.'As for Delia, [she] always eats the fruit of the waxgourd.nagkinā'un'Ang bāka, hay nagkinā'un ning bilug gid nga 'adlaw.As for the cow, [it] continually ate the whole day.nakā'unGinpangutana niya 'ang bāka kung nakā'un niya 'ang tanan niya nga gustu.He asked the cow if all she wanted was able to be eaten by her.nakakā'unDiri lang 'aku sa Rumblun nakakā'un ning kan'un nga ma'is.Here only in Romblon I was able to eat cooked corn.pagkā'unnprepared foodBusug gid 'aku ka'āyu kay kadaku' 'ang pagkā'un.I am really very satisfied in eating because the food is abundant.Bāwal nga ka'ūnun lālu' na gid 'inang manga ma'asin na pagkā'un.[They] are forbidden to be eaten, especially those salty foods.cfpriparasyuntāhaw pakā'un1caus vFood is allowed by someone to be eaten by someone else.pakā'un2nan eating event, as at the reception of a baptism or weddingNakakatilaw lang 'ina' sinda ning midyu manāmit nga pagkā'un kung sinda hay nakakadtu sa manga pakā'un.Those ones were consistently able to taste food that is somewhat delicious when they were able to go to eating events.panginā'un1ti gerthe time of someone's eatingNagahuyat lang 'ina' sinda nga magtā'ub kag 'imaw 'ang 'inda panginā'un.Those just wait for [it] to become high tide and that's the time of their eating.2vSomething is eaten by someone or something.
kasayvA couple are married by a pastor or priest.'ipakasayKung sin'u 'ang ma'igū'an nang sapātus hay 'ipakasay kay Dun Huwan.Whoever fits the shoes will be allowed to be married by Don Juan.'ispisyal nga kasayna special wedding ceremonyThe church is decorated, there are bridesmaids and best men, a special mass is held in which the church bell is rung and a priest says a special mass.'urdinaryu nga kasay1nan ordinary wedding ceremonyAn early mass is held, about 5 o'clock in the morning; several couples are married at the same time; there is no church decoration; payment is modest.2vSomeone has a wedding ceremony performed.bag'ung kasay2na newlywed couplePagkatāpus 'ina' kā'un nang bag'ung kasay 'igwa naman 'ina' ning sunāta; ginapabayli sinda nga duha.After the newlywed couple finish eating there is music being played; they let the two dance.bisti sa kasay (bisti 3a)a wedding gowngingkasayGingkasay kami nang pāri' nang Duminggu.We were married by the priest last Sunday.kasay sa huwisna civil marriage (lit., marriage by a judge)kasay, pakasayna wedding ceremonyPrimīru nga simāna nang Hunyu, 'ang 'āmun kasay.Our wedding ceremony will be the first week of June.'Ang bābuy hay gina'īhaw 'ini kung may pakasay.A pig will be killed if there is a wedding ceremony.Traditionally the wedding ceremony is preceded by an initial wedding-planning session pamalāyi, a wedding-announcement feast pasuga and a final wedding-planning session sigir.kasayun'Inīru 'ang gustu ku nga būlan kung kami kasayun.January is the month I like when we will be married.kayasāyunvarkyasāyunna couple about to be marriedKung nakaprisintar na 'ang manga kyasāyun ginabāwal na dira' 'ang pagbyāhi sa malayu' nga lugar nga matabuk pa ning dāgat kay madali' kunu ma'aksidinti.When couples about to be married are already able to apply [for a marriage license], traveling to a far place in which [they] will still pass over the sea is forbidden because it is easy to have an accident.magpakasayinfto have a wedding ceremony performed'Ang gina'īsip niyan nang manga tāwu hay mag'inasāwa na kag magpakasay.The thoughts now of people is to keep on marrying and to have wedding ceremonies performed.makasay'Indi' ka da makasay kung 'ikaw hay bukun ning binunyāgan.You will not be able to be married if you are not baptized.nagpakasayvSomeone is allowed by someone to marry someone else.Nang pagbālik ku diri sa Rumblun, nagpakasay 'aku sa 'ākun 'asāwa nga si Dilya.When I returned here in Romblon, I married my spouse Delia.pakasaycaus vSomeone marries (lit., causes herself or himself to be married to) someone else.pangkasaypur gerSomething is used for getting married.Kung 'ang 'inda 'ipatahi' nga sayway hay pangkasay, panggradwit 'u pangkadtu sa manga purmal nga 'ukasyun, 'ang tīla 'ini nga 'inda ginabakay hay mahay.If the trousers that will be caused by them to be sewn are for getting married, graduation, or for going to formal occasions, as for the cloth they buy, [it] is expensive.
kubravSomeone receives wages for work accomplished.'ipakubraSi Birtu, 'indi' 'ānay 'ipakubra 'ang kwarta sa manga hurnal.As for Berto, the money will not be allowed [by him] to be received by the laborers.kubrāhan'Ang 'āmun naman kubrāhan paghalin nang bapur, ma'abūtan pa ning tatlu ka 'adlaw bāgu nāmun makubra.As for the time of our receiving [wages] after leaving the ship, it will reach three days before [they] will be able to be received by us.kubrāhun'Ang kubrāhun nang manga hurnal, waya' ninda nga dā'an gina'intindiha.As for [wages] received by the laborers, they did not attend to it immediately.makakubravWages are received by someone.Ginapatanga'tangā'an naga'ābut ning tuyu ka 'adlaw bāgu kami makakubra.[It] is taken it for granted that [it] will reach three days before we will be able to receive [our wages].makubrati gerthe time of someone's receiving wagesKung 'umabut naman 'ang bapur 'adlaw nang Duminggu, makubra naman 'ang 'āmun hinurnalan 'adlaw naman nang Martis hasta Myirkulis.If the boat arrived on a Sunday, our laborer's wages would be able to be received only on a Tuesday or Wednesday.pakubravWages or money for wages is allowed to be received by someone by someone else.
kīlumeas na nonspecific or specific number of kilograms; a weight measurementBukun parīhu nang 'inang ginatawag nga "hūbard" nga traynta 'utsu 'adlaw pa lang hay 'ang bug'at hay yāra' na sa 'isa ka kīlu kag tunga'.These [chickens] are not the same as what are called "hobard" which in only thirty-eight days as for the weight, [it] is there at one and a half kilograms.'ispāda nga kiluhanna bar scale for weighing producesynrumānakiluhan1na weigh scale2na pan scale; an instrument especially found in stores for weighing producekīluspl ntwo or more kilogramsYāra' lang 'ang bug'at hay naga'ābut sa dus kīlus kung dumayāga 'u suyug nga manuk.The weight just reaches two kilograms if the chicken is a young pre-laying hen or a cockerel.kinīluadjThe rate of something is by the kilogram.'Ang pagplīti sa traysikul hay kinīlu.As for the fare for the motorized pedicab [hauling goods] [it] is by the kilogram.
kasayvA couple are married by a pastor or priest.'ipakasayKung sin'u 'ang ma'igū'an nang sapātus hay 'ipakasay kay Dun Huwan.Whoever fits the shoes will be allowed to be married by Don Juan.'ispisyal nga kasayna special wedding ceremonyThe church is decorated, there are bridesmaids and best men, a special mass is held in which the church bell is rung and a priest says a special mass.'urdinaryu nga kasay1nan ordinary wedding ceremonyAn early mass is held, about 5 o'clock in the morning; several couples are married at the same time; there is no church decoration; payment is modest.2vSomeone has a wedding ceremony performed.bag'ung kasay2na newlywed couplePagkatāpus 'ina' kā'un nang bag'ung kasay 'igwa naman 'ina' ning sunāta; ginapabayli sinda nga duha.After the newlywed couple finish eating there is music being played; they let the two dance.bisti sa kasay (bisti 3a)a wedding gowngingkasayGingkasay kami nang pāri' nang Duminggu.We were married by the priest last Sunday.kasay sa huwisna civil marriage (lit., marriage by a judge)kasay, pakasayna wedding ceremonyPrimīru nga simāna nang Hunyu, 'ang 'āmun kasay.Our wedding ceremony will be the first week of June.'Ang bābuy hay gina'īhaw 'ini kung may pakasay.A pig will be killed if there is a wedding ceremony.Traditionally the wedding ceremony is preceded by an initial wedding-planning session pamalāyi, a wedding-announcement feast pasuga and a final wedding-planning session sigir.kasayun'Inīru 'ang gustu ku nga būlan kung kami kasayun.January is the month I like when we will be married.kayasāyunvarkyasāyunna couple about to be marriedKung nakaprisintar na 'ang manga kyasāyun ginabāwal na dira' 'ang pagbyāhi sa malayu' nga lugar nga matabuk pa ning dāgat kay madali' kunu ma'aksidinti.When couples about to be married are already able to apply [for a marriage license], traveling to a far place in which [they] will still pass over the sea is forbidden because it is easy to have an accident.magpakasayinfto have a wedding ceremony performed'Ang gina'īsip niyan nang manga tāwu hay mag'inasāwa na kag magpakasay.The thoughts now of people is to keep on marrying and to have wedding ceremonies performed.makasay'Indi' ka da makasay kung 'ikaw hay bukun ning binunyāgan.You will not be able to be married if you are not baptized.nagpakasayvSomeone is allowed by someone to marry someone else.Nang pagbālik ku diri sa Rumblun, nagpakasay 'aku sa 'ākun 'asāwa nga si Dilya.When I returned here in Romblon, I married my spouse Delia.pakasaycaus vSomeone marries (lit., causes herself or himself to be married to) someone else.pangkasaypur gerSomething is used for getting married.Kung 'ang 'inda 'ipatahi' nga sayway hay pangkasay, panggradwit 'u pangkadtu sa manga purmal nga 'ukasyun, 'ang tīla 'ini nga 'inda ginabakay hay mahay.If the trousers that will be caused by them to be sewn are for getting married, graduation, or for going to formal occasions, as for the cloth they buy, [it] is expensive.
kay3subord conjSomething is done or a state exists because something else is done or another state exists; something is done or a state exists so that something else will be done or another state will exist.varkaysa, kay bāsi''Ayaw na 'aku nindu pagbakyi ning makina kay kanūgun lang 'ang kwarta!I should not have a sewing machine bought by you because the money will just be wasted!Ma'āyu pa Lukring, 'umasāwa ka liwat, kay bāta' ka pa da.It is also good Lukring, that you will take a spouse again, because you are still young.'Indi' ku ma'intindihan kung 'anu 'ang 'ākun humanun kaysa kadāmu' nang gabakay.I do not know what I will do because so many are buying.Magbayūtu, tākas na kay bāsi' kung nagbāti' na si Tūtu'.Magbayoto, come out now [from the water] because it might be that Toto is already awake.subord conj'ugāling kay ('ugāling 1)butkay 'agud ('agud)so thatkay4varkay bāsi'2kay pārasubord conjA particular event occurs or a particular state exists so that another event will occur or another state will exist.Kung hāpun nagakadtu 'aku sa mirkādu kay mabakay suya'.In the afternoons I go to the market so that [I] will buy [uncooked] side dishes.'Ang 'iba nagadikurasyun nang baylīhan kay pāra ma'āyu naman nga siru'un.Others were decorating the dancing hall so that [it] would be good to look at.Ginhambayan ku 'ang manga ka'ibāhan ku sa bayay nga maglūtu' nga dā'an mas timprānu, kay bāsi' kung mag'abut hay priparādu na.I told my companions in the house to cook right away so that if [he] comes [we will be] prepared already.syn'agudkaysa1varkisa1sa2from or than, indicating a comparison between events, states, people or objectsKaysa (or kisa as illustrated above) is commonly followed by sa and the item being compared to a previously mentioned item. Sometimes sa does not follow kaysa and at other times only sa occurs.Mas mahāba' 'ang 'iya tuka' kaysa tangkali' sa lāti'.It's beak (i.e., of a kingfisher which stays near the ocean) is longer than [that of] the kingfisher in the forest.Mas gustu pa niya 'ang magpinanumbāyay kag magkāyat ning kung 'anu'ānu nga manga balīta' kaysa diparāhun 'ang 'iya 'unga' sa pagpakā'un sa tāma' nga 'ūras.To go [visiting] from house to house and to promulgate all kinds of gossip was more desirable to her than that her children would be cared for by being fed at the right time.Mas ma'āyu kunu 'ipanghīkug sa bābuy 'ang lānut nga pīsi' kaysa naylun nga pīsi'.It is more desirable that abaca rope will be used for roping pigs than nylon rope.Mas manāmit pa ngāni' 'ang manga gūlay kisa sa 'isda', kaysa 'āmun hay pirmi na lang da kami gasuya' 'isda'.Vegetables are more delicious than fish because at our place we always only serve a fish side dish.Mas matā'as si 'Amur sa 'ākun.Amor is more expert than I [in the use of herbal medicine].'Ang dugus hay lābut 'ang sabur kaysa tam'is nang 'asūkar.As for honey, [its] taste is different from the sweetness of sugar.Preceded by a comparative adjective (commonly introduced by mas), kaysa is translated 'than'.; Preceded by lābut 'different' kaysa is translated 'from'.
kasayvA couple are married by a pastor or priest.'ipakasayKung sin'u 'ang ma'igū'an nang sapātus hay 'ipakasay kay Dun Huwan.Whoever fits the shoes will be allowed to be married by Don Juan.'ispisyal nga kasayna special wedding ceremonyThe church is decorated, there are bridesmaids and best men, a special mass is held in which the church bell is rung and a priest says a special mass.'urdinaryu nga kasay1nan ordinary wedding ceremonyAn early mass is held, about 5 o'clock in the morning; several couples are married at the same time; there is no church decoration; payment is modest.2vSomeone has a wedding ceremony performed.bag'ung kasay2na newlywed couplePagkatāpus 'ina' kā'un nang bag'ung kasay 'igwa naman 'ina' ning sunāta; ginapabayli sinda nga duha.After the newlywed couple finish eating there is music being played; they let the two dance.bisti sa kasay (bisti 3a)a wedding gowngingkasayGingkasay kami nang pāri' nang Duminggu.We were married by the priest last Sunday.kasay sa huwisna civil marriage (lit., marriage by a judge)kasay, pakasayna wedding ceremonyPrimīru nga simāna nang Hunyu, 'ang 'āmun kasay.Our wedding ceremony will be the first week of June.'Ang bābuy hay gina'īhaw 'ini kung may pakasay.A pig will be killed if there is a wedding ceremony.Traditionally the wedding ceremony is preceded by an initial wedding-planning session pamalāyi, a wedding-announcement feast pasuga and a final wedding-planning session sigir.kasayun'Inīru 'ang gustu ku nga būlan kung kami kasayun.January is the month I like when we will be married.kayasāyunvarkyasāyunna couple about to be marriedKung nakaprisintar na 'ang manga kyasāyun ginabāwal na dira' 'ang pagbyāhi sa malayu' nga lugar nga matabuk pa ning dāgat kay madali' kunu ma'aksidinti.When couples about to be married are already able to apply [for a marriage license], traveling to a far place in which [they] will still pass over the sea is forbidden because it is easy to have an accident.magpakasayinfto have a wedding ceremony performed'Ang gina'īsip niyan nang manga tāwu hay mag'inasāwa na kag magpakasay.The thoughts now of people is to keep on marrying and to have wedding ceremonies performed.makasay'Indi' ka da makasay kung 'ikaw hay bukun ning binunyāgan.You will not be able to be married if you are not baptized.nagpakasayvSomeone is allowed by someone to marry someone else.Nang pagbālik ku diri sa Rumblun, nagpakasay 'aku sa 'ākun 'asāwa nga si Dilya.When I returned here in Romblon, I married my spouse Delia.pakasaycaus vSomeone marries (lit., causes herself or himself to be married to) someone else.pangkasaypur gerSomething is used for getting married.Kung 'ang 'inda 'ipatahi' nga sayway hay pangkasay, panggradwit 'u pangkadtu sa manga purmal nga 'ukasyun, 'ang tīla 'ini nga 'inda ginabakay hay mahay.If the trousers that will be caused by them to be sewn are for getting married, graduation, or for going to formal occasions, as for the cloth they buy, [it] is expensive.
kamūtina sweet potato plantIpomoea batatas (Linn.)n'usbud nang kamūtinsweet potato greensConsists of the vine and leaves of a sweet potato plant; boiled and eaten as a green vegetable.'ūtan nga kamūtincoconut flavored sweet potato tuberEaten as a delicacy.kagang nang kamūti1na sweet potato stem of the plant, without the leaves2na sweet potato tuberKung 'aku naman nagapamana' 'ang 'isda' ginabaylu ku naman ning kamūti kag balinghuy.When I would go spear fishing I would exchange the fish for sweet potato and cassava.Boiled and eaten as a main dish.
kamūtina sweet potato plantIpomoea batatas (Linn.)n'usbud nang kamūtinsweet potato greensConsists of the vine and leaves of a sweet potato plant; boiled and eaten as a green vegetable.'ūtan nga kamūtincoconut flavored sweet potato tuberEaten as a delicacy.kagang nang kamūti1na sweet potato stem of the plant, without the leaves2na sweet potato tuberKung 'aku naman nagapamana' 'ang 'isda' ginabaylu ku naman ning kamūti kag balinghuy.When I would go spear fishing I would exchange the fish for sweet potato and cassava.Boiled and eaten as a main dish.
kapāyana papaya plantCarica papayaHalū'an ning sūka' nga 'isa ka bāsu, kag butangan ning dāhun nang kapāya.[The water with rolled buri strips] should have one glass of vinegar mixed in, and into [it] are put some leaves of a papaya plant.genhinug nga kapāya3, Kinds of Cultigensna papaya fruit, eaten green as a vegetable 'utanun'Ang putut pwīdi mu na 'ini nga ka'ūnun; 'ilūpus mu sa 'ūtan nga kapāya, langka' 'u bīsan 'anu nga 'ūtan nga gustu mu lakutan.As for rice field shrimp you can eat these; you mix them into coconut flavored papaya, jackfruit or whatever vegetable into which you want to mix [them].Preparation for eating: 'ūpak peel.specbulihawhinug nga kapāyagenbulihawn'ūtan nga kapāyancoconut flavored papayahinug nga kapāyanripe papaya fruit prūtasEaten at the end of a meal as a dessert.speckapāya genkapāya sarsa nga kapāyanpapaya salsaA cooked mixture of unripe grated papaya kapāya, thick coconut milk extract 'ispīsu nga gata', broiled fish 'isda' nga 'inīhaw, onion slices sibūyas, hot peppers katumbay, and other seasonings; used as a side dish suya' at mealtimes or as a food delicacy sumsūman at other times, often at drinking parties.
kyabāsana squash vineCucurbita maxima (Cucurb)cftabu'2 na squash gourd, eaten as a vegetablen'ūtan nga kyabāsancoconut flavored squash
kasayvA couple are married by a pastor or priest.'ipakasayKung sin'u 'ang ma'igū'an nang sapātus hay 'ipakasay kay Dun Huwan.Whoever fits the shoes will be allowed to be married by Don Juan.'ispisyal nga kasayna special wedding ceremonyThe church is decorated, there are bridesmaids and best men, a special mass is held in which the church bell is rung and a priest says a special mass.'urdinaryu nga kasay1nan ordinary wedding ceremonyAn early mass is held, about 5 o'clock in the morning; several couples are married at the same time; there is no church decoration; payment is modest.2vSomeone has a wedding ceremony performed.bag'ung kasay2na newlywed couplePagkatāpus 'ina' kā'un nang bag'ung kasay 'igwa naman 'ina' ning sunāta; ginapabayli sinda nga duha.After the newlywed couple finish eating there is music being played; they let the two dance.bisti sa kasay (bisti 3a)a wedding gowngingkasayGingkasay kami nang pāri' nang Duminggu.We were married by the priest last Sunday.kasay sa huwisna civil marriage (lit., marriage by a judge)kasay, pakasayna wedding ceremonyPrimīru nga simāna nang Hunyu, 'ang 'āmun kasay.Our wedding ceremony will be the first week of June.'Ang bābuy hay gina'īhaw 'ini kung may pakasay.A pig will be killed if there is a wedding ceremony.Traditionally the wedding ceremony is preceded by an initial wedding-planning session pamalāyi, a wedding-announcement feast pasuga and a final wedding-planning session sigir.kasayun'Inīru 'ang gustu ku nga būlan kung kami kasayun.January is the month I like when we will be married.kayasāyunvarkyasāyunna couple about to be marriedKung nakaprisintar na 'ang manga kyasāyun ginabāwal na dira' 'ang pagbyāhi sa malayu' nga lugar nga matabuk pa ning dāgat kay madali' kunu ma'aksidinti.When couples about to be married are already able to apply [for a marriage license], traveling to a far place in which [they] will still pass over the sea is forbidden because it is easy to have an accident.magpakasayinfto have a wedding ceremony performed'Ang gina'īsip niyan nang manga tāwu hay mag'inasāwa na kag magpakasay.The thoughts now of people is to keep on marrying and to have wedding ceremonies performed.makasay'Indi' ka da makasay kung 'ikaw hay bukun ning binunyāgan.You will not be able to be married if you are not baptized.nagpakasayvSomeone is allowed by someone to marry someone else.Nang pagbālik ku diri sa Rumblun, nagpakasay 'aku sa 'ākun 'asāwa nga si Dilya.When I returned here in Romblon, I married my spouse Delia.pakasaycaus vSomeone marries (lit., causes herself or himself to be married to) someone else.pangkasaypur gerSomething is used for getting married.Kung 'ang 'inda 'ipatahi' nga sayway hay pangkasay, panggradwit 'u pangkadtu sa manga purmal nga 'ukasyun, 'ang tīla 'ini nga 'inda ginabakay hay mahay.If the trousers that will be caused by them to be sewn are for getting married, graduation, or for going to formal occasions, as for the cloth they buy, [it] is expensive.
kapitannthe pilot of a boat or shipKung waya' ning parūla hay 'indi' masayūran nang kapitan nang salakyan kung malapit na 'ang lugar nga 'inda kakadtu'an.If there is no lighthouse, the pilot of the ship will not know if the place to which they are going is already near.nbaranggay kapitan2varbaranggay kaptin, kapitanna village leaderBāgu kita magakadtu sa pag'iliksyun; mamāti' 'ānay kita nang hambay nang 'ātun baranggay kapitan.Before we go to the election [of officers] we will first listen to the speech of our village leader.'Indi' magsabat nang prisyu kay ginahuyat pa 'adtung kapitan nga mahuman nang kasulatan.[He] will not answer [about] the price because that village leader is being waited for who will make a written agreement.
kunsultavSomething is talked over by someone with someone else.bāyad sa kunsulta (bāyad 2b)a consultation feegingkunsultaGingkunsulta ku sa 'īmu 'ini nga prublīma bāgu 'aku nagkīha.This problem was talked over by me with you before I filed a complaint.pakunsultacaus vSomeone lets herself or his self be examined by a doctor.Nagpakunsulta si Magda kay Duktur Dabid kay masakit 'ang 'iya dughan.Magda let [herself] be examined by Doctor David because her chest was painful.
kampusantuna cemeteryPagkatāpus nang dasay sa simbāhan hay dinaya na si Lūlu sa kampusantu.After the prayer in church Grandfather was then taken to the cemetery.synlubūngan nang pataysimintiryubayaybāyay sa kampusantu (bayaybāyay 1e)a mausoleum
kanin'u1intg poss pronWhose possession is someone or something?Kanin'u baya 'ining libru?Whose, I wonder, is this book?intg poss pronbīsan kanin'u2indef pronanyone, everyoneBīsan kanin'u indicates anyone or everyone involved in a past event or state. For a present or future event or state, see 'ābir sin'u under sin'u 2b.Waya' si Lawra nagpasāyud bīsan kanin'u kung sa di'in siya nagkadtu.Laura did not inform anyone where she went.cf'ābir sin'u1'ābir sin'u2ka1 ka1 kung kanin'urel poss pronwhose possession someone or something isWaya' 'aku kasāyud kung kanin'u 'ina' tiyu'.I do not know whose puppy that is.'Igwa nagkari nga tāwu ginapangutana 'aku kung kanin'u 'aku 'unga'.There is a person who came who asked me whose child I am.cfsin'u2
kasayvA couple are married by a pastor or priest.'ipakasayKung sin'u 'ang ma'igū'an nang sapātus hay 'ipakasay kay Dun Huwan.Whoever fits the shoes will be allowed to be married by Don Juan.'ispisyal nga kasayna special wedding ceremonyThe church is decorated, there are bridesmaids and best men, a special mass is held in which the church bell is rung and a priest says a special mass.'urdinaryu nga kasay1nan ordinary wedding ceremonyAn early mass is held, about 5 o'clock in the morning; several couples are married at the same time; there is no church decoration; payment is modest.2vSomeone has a wedding ceremony performed.bag'ung kasay2na newlywed couplePagkatāpus 'ina' kā'un nang bag'ung kasay 'igwa naman 'ina' ning sunāta; ginapabayli sinda nga duha.After the newlywed couple finish eating there is music being played; they let the two dance.bisti sa kasay (bisti 3a)a wedding gowngingkasayGingkasay kami nang pāri' nang Duminggu.We were married by the priest last Sunday.kasay sa huwisna civil marriage (lit., marriage by a judge)kasay, pakasayna wedding ceremonyPrimīru nga simāna nang Hunyu, 'ang 'āmun kasay.Our wedding ceremony will be the first week of June.'Ang bābuy hay gina'īhaw 'ini kung may pakasay.A pig will be killed if there is a wedding ceremony.Traditionally the wedding ceremony is preceded by an initial wedding-planning session pamalāyi, a wedding-announcement feast pasuga and a final wedding-planning session sigir.kasayun'Inīru 'ang gustu ku nga būlan kung kami kasayun.January is the month I like when we will be married.kayasāyunvarkyasāyunna couple about to be marriedKung nakaprisintar na 'ang manga kyasāyun ginabāwal na dira' 'ang pagbyāhi sa malayu' nga lugar nga matabuk pa ning dāgat kay madali' kunu ma'aksidinti.When couples about to be married are already able to apply [for a marriage license], traveling to a far place in which [they] will still pass over the sea is forbidden because it is easy to have an accident.magpakasayinfto have a wedding ceremony performed'Ang gina'īsip niyan nang manga tāwu hay mag'inasāwa na kag magpakasay.The thoughts now of people is to keep on marrying and to have wedding ceremonies performed.makasay'Indi' ka da makasay kung 'ikaw hay bukun ning binunyāgan.You will not be able to be married if you are not baptized.nagpakasayvSomeone is allowed by someone to marry someone else.Nang pagbālik ku diri sa Rumblun, nagpakasay 'aku sa 'ākun 'asāwa nga si Dilya.When I returned here in Romblon, I married my spouse Delia.pakasaycaus vSomeone marries (lit., causes herself or himself to be married to) someone else.pangkasaypur gerSomething is used for getting married.Kung 'ang 'inda 'ipatahi' nga sayway hay pangkasay, panggradwit 'u pangkadtu sa manga purmal nga 'ukasyun, 'ang tīla 'ini nga 'inda ginabakay hay mahay.If the trousers that will be caused by them to be sewn are for getting married, graduation, or for going to formal occasions, as for the cloth they buy, [it] is expensive.
kunta'2advPossibly or probably, undoubtedly a particular state or action will occur if another condition or action precedes it; hopefully a particular state or action will occur.Nakapamāti' kunta' kita ning mīting kahāpun kung waya' mag'uyan.Probably we would have been able to listen to the meeting yesterday if it had not rained.'Ang sa 'ākun lang 'adtu huna'hūna' hay magbālik kunta' sina Lībi.That which is in my thoughts is that hopefully Levi and companions will return.cf'ābi 'ābi 'ara'bāsi' kabaykabay pasigūrusigūrusigūru'ugālingdapat kunta'it would have been appropriate, desirable, or rightkung kunta' (kung 1a)if only something had existed or happened