kaban2meas na nonspecific or specific number of cavans, i.e., a specific number of twenty-five gantas or seventy-five liters dry volume measurementkabānispl meas ntwo or more cavans of dry measure'Ang 'āmun lang tubas hay 'utsu kabānis kay 'inagīhan nang bagyu.Our harvest was only eight cavans [of rice] because [our field] was passed through by a typhoon.
kaban1na clothes trunk or wooden clothes box'Inang 'ākun 'unga' 'ipī'ut nindu sa kabahuy nga kaban, kay 'isa siya nga matugas 'ūyu.That child of mine was put by you into a big clothes trunk because he is hard headed.Used especially in past time for keeping clothing and other personal belongings.
kabay paadvMay it be that an action occurs or a state exists; something is done so that it might be that a particular action occurs or state exists.Usually occurs with pa which, in this environment, has uncertain meaning.'Ang 'ākun lang 'adtu ginapangamuyu' nga kabay pa nga masayūran gid kung sin'u 'ang nagpangawat ning kwarta.The only thing that I am praying for is may it be that it will be known who is the one who extensively stole money.Kabay pa gāni' 'inang L.C.A. na 'ina' hay matāpus 'ābi 'ābir dira' na lang 'ang tūbi' sa bugnay.May it be that that L.C.A. (i.e., the water project) will be finished, hopefully, so that even the water [faucet] will just be there at the bignay tree.cf'ābi 'ābi 'ara'bāsi' kungkunta'2sigūrusigūru'ugāling
kabāyu'na horseNang mapipirdi na 'ang kahari'an ni Prinsīsa Rusāna, nagdali'dāli' sakay sa kabāyu' 'ang mahal na rayna ka'ibāhan 'ang duha nga dāma.When the kingdom of Princess Rosana was surely to be lost, the beloved queen quickly rode on a horse along with two ladies-in-waiting.