K: Salitang Batangas

Ka-ang: pronounced kah-ahng.
Verb: root, to spread one's legs. Inf.: kuma-ang. Conj.: kuma-ang, spread legs; kumaka-ang, spreading legs; kaka-ang, will spread legs.
1. a posture of a person with spread legs.
2. a y-shaped piece of wood used in the making of a slingshot.
Adj.: nakaka-ang, with spread legs; paka-ang-ka-ang, figuratively, not doing anything or procrastinating.
Other Tagalog: bukakâ.

Kaba-ak: pronounced kah-bah-ahk.
1. one half of something.
2. a partner; spouse.
Other Tagalog: kabiyak.

Kadlo: pronounced kahd-loh.
Verb: root, to fetch water. Inf.: kumadlo. Conj.: kumadlo, fetched water; kumakadlo, fetching water; kakadlo, will fetch water.
Other Tagalog: igib.

Kagaykay: pronounced kah-gai-kai.
Noun: a cricket.

Kahanggan: pronounced ka-hang-gahn.
Noun: neighbor, neighbors.
Other Tagalog: kapitbahay.

Kakak: pronounce kah-kahk.
Verb: root, to cackle; for a hen to make a shrill sound such as when having laid an egg. Inf.: kumakak. Conj.: kumakak, cackled; kumakakak, cackles or is cackling; kakakak, will cackle.
Other Tagalog: putak.

Kalaarat: pronounced kah-lah-ah-rat.
Noun: a person who speaks with a screechy, irritating voice.

Kalam: pronounced kah-lahm.
Verb: root, to bring forth pangs of hunger. Inf.: kumalam. Conj.: kumalam, brought pangs of hunger; kumakalam; bringing pangs; kakalam, will bring pangs. Usage: kumalam ang bituka, the stomach sent/felt pangs of hunger.
Other Tagalog: hilab; kulô.

Kalbukab: pronounced kah-lah-boo-kahb.
Noun: the sound made by a dipping cup quickly filling up with water, especially when the dipping cup is introduced upside-down into the water and then quickly turned rightside up.

Kalamunding: pronounced kah-lah-moon-ding
Noun: a small green fruit of the citrus family, also known as calamansi.
Other Tagalog: kalamansî.

Kalasti: pronounced kah-lahs-tih.
1. a boastful person; a braggart.
2. an abrasive, obnoxious person (approximate).
Adj.: boastful, abrasive.
Variant: kalaste.
Other Tagalog: mayabang.

Kaldo: pronounced kahl-doh.
Noun: the broth with which noodles are cooked, usually scooped up into a bowl and served as soup along with the noodles.
* Adopted from Spanish.

Kalibungbong: pronounced kah-lih-boong-bong.
Noun: a commotion.
Verb: to have a commotion over; to fuss over. Inf.: pagkalibungbongan. Conj.: pinagkalibungbongan, fussed over; pinagkakalibungbongan, fussing over; pagkakalibungbongan, will fuss over.
Other Tagalog: gulo.

Kaligharâ: pronounced kah-lig-hah-râ.
Noun: sticky phlegm.
Other Tagalog: plema.

Kalikad: pronounced kah-lih-kahr.
Verb: root, to drag along. Inf.: kalikadin. Conj.: kinalikad, dragged; kinakalikad, dragging; kakalikadin, will drag.
Variant: kalikar.
Other Tagalog: kaladkad.

Kalpe: pronounced kahl-peh.
Noun: a wallet to hold money in.
Other Tagalog: pitaka.

Kaltog: pronounced kahl-tohg.
1. a bad mood.
2. derogatorily, a mental illness.
Other Tagalog: sumpong, sirâ ng ulo.

Kampit: pronounced kahm-piht.
Noun: a kitchen knife.
Other Tagalog: kutsilyo.

Kandong: pronounced kahn-dong.
Verb: root
1. to have somebody sit on one's lap. Inf.: kandungin. Conj.: kinandong, had somebody sit on lap; kinakandong, having somebody sitting on lap; kakandungin, will have somebody sit on lap.
2. to sit on somebody's lap. Inf.: kumandong. Conj.: kumandong, sat on lap; kumakandong, sitting on lap; kakandong, will sit on lap.
Other Tagalog: kalong.

Kanot: pronounced kah-noht.
Verb: root, to go. Inf.: umikanot. Conj.: umikanot, went; umiikanot, going; iikanot, will go.
Other Tagalog: alis, larga.

Kanyog: pronounced kahn-yog.
Verb: root, to thrust the hips forward. Inf.: kumanyog. Conj.: kumanyog, thrust forward; kumakanyog, thrusting forward; kakanyog, will will thrust forward.
Noun: panganyog, the hips.
* Fairly recent slang, seems a coined term.

Kaon: pronounced kah-on
Verb: root, to fetch. Inf.: kaonin. Conj: kinaon, fetched; kinakaon, fetching; kakaunin, will fetch.
Other Tagalog: sundô.

Kare-kare: pronounced kah-reh-kah-reh.
Noun: the alate or winged termites which fly out into the open during the rainy season after these have shed their wings. Ref.: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alate.
Other Tagalog: gamu-gamo (approximate).
* Used only in certain localities.

Karibok: pronounced kah-ree-bok.
Verb: root, to become unruly or orderless. Inf.: magkaribok. Conj.: nagkaribok, became unruly; nagkakaribok, becoming unruly; magkakaribok, will become unruly.
Adj.: describing the state of something as unruly or orderless. Usage: karibok na madlâ, orderless crowd.
Other Tagalog: kagulo.

Karipas: pronounced kah-ree-pahs
Verb: root, to run fast. Inf.: kumaripas. Conj: kumaripas, ran; kumakaripas, running; kakaripas, will run.
Adv.: fast, describing the act of running, as in karipas ng takbo, ran fast.
Other Tagalog: takbo, mabilis.

Karit: pronounced kah-rit.
Noun: a scythe for cutting reed or grass.
Other Tagalog: pangtabas, pantabas.
Verb: root, to scythe or cut. Inf.: karitin. Conj.: kinarit, scythed; kinakarit, scything; kakaritin, will scythe.
Other Tagalog: tabas.

Kartamuneda: pronounced kar-tah-moo-neh-dah.
Noun: archaic, a wallet to carry money in. Probably Spanish in origin.

Karug: pronounced kah-roog.
Noun: in males, hair that grows from the pubic area to the belly button.
* Slang; most definitely used informally to connote karugtong ng bulbol or an extension of the pubic hair.

Karungkaling: pronounced kah-roong-kah-ling.
Noun: fruit of Arenga pinnata, otherwise known as the sugar palm. Ref: Kaong.
Other Tagalog: kaong.

Kasagpî: pronounced kah-sahg-pî.
1. somebody on the same side as someone.
2. a teammate.
Other Tagalog: kasampî.

Kata: pronounced kah-tah.
Expletive: let us go. Usage: kata na.
Other Tagalog: tayo na.

Katal: pronounced kah-tahl.
Verb: root, to shake. Inf.: kumatal. Conj.: kumatal, shook; kumakatal, shaking; kakatal, will shake.
Adj.: describing the act of shaking, particularly after a traumatic experience.
Other Tagalog: kinig.

Katang: pronounced kah-tahng.
Noun: a small shore or river crab, scientific name Varuna litterata. Ref: Wikipedia: Talangkâ.
Other Tagalog: talangkâ.

Kauntik: pronounced kah-oon-tihk.
Adv.: almost.
Variant: gauntik.
Other Tagalog: provincial variant of the more generally used muntik and kamuntik.

Kawkaw: pronounced kao-kao.
Verb: root
1. to scratch at.
2. to make a mess of using one's fingers.
Inf.: kawkawin. Conj.: kinawkaw, scratched; kinakawkaw, scratching; kakawkawin, will scratch.
Other Tagalog: kalmot, gulo.
3. to meddle or interfere with matters not concerning oneself. Inf.: kumawkaw. Conj.: kumawkaw, interfered; kumakawkaw, interfering; kakawkaw, will interfere.
Other Tagalog: dawdaw.

Kawot: pronounced kah-woht.
Noun: an implement for scooping food from a pot.
Other Tagalog: sandok.

Kayakas: kah-yah-kas.
Noun: dried coconut fronds.
Other Tagalog: tuyong palapâ.

Kiling: pronounced kih-lihng.
1. to tip over to one side.
2. to move or walk unevenly.
3. to be heavier to one side.
Inf.: kumiling. Conj.: kumiling, tipped over, kumikiling, tipping over; kikiling, will tip over.
1. the additional weight of one side over the other.
2. the unevenness of a movement.
3. the tendency to tip over to one side.

Kilô: pronounced kee-lô.
Verb: root, to bend. Inf.: kumilô. Conj.: kumilô, bent; kumikilô, bending; kikilô, will bend.
Adj.: bent
Other Tagalog: likô

Kilo-kilô: pronounced iee-loh-kee-lô
Verb: root, to become crooked. Inf.: kumilo-kilô. Conj.: kumilo-kilô, became crooked; kumikilo-kilô, becoming crooked; kikilo-kilô, will become crooked.
Adj.: crooked.
Other Tagalog: liko-likô.

Kimis: pronounced kih-mis.
Adj.: hesitant to give or release. Usage: kimis magbayad, hesitant to pay.
Other Tagalog: maganit (approximate).

Kipit: pronounced kee-pit.
Verb: root
1. to hold something such as a purse close to the body with the arm and usually under the armpit.
2. to hold together.
Inf.: kipitin. Conj: kinipit, held close; kinikipit, holding close; kikipitin, will hold close.

Kiraw: pronounced kih-rao.
Verb: root, to flicker; for light to shine in an unsteady or uneven manner. Inf.: kumiraw. Conj.: kumiraw, flickered; kumikiraw, flickers or flickering; kikiraw, will flicker.
Other Tagalog: kirap, kurap.

Kitse: pronounced kee-tseh.
Noun: a bottle cap; the inverted crown that caps a bottle.
Other Tagalog: tansan.

Kudyapî: pronounced kood-yah-pî
Noun: slang. Humorous reference to the arteries in the neck.

Kuhit: pronounced koo-hit.
Verb: root, to take or get. Inf.: kuhitin. Conj.: kinuhit, got; kinukuhit, gets or is getting; kukuhitin, will get.
Other Tagalog: kuha.

Kula: pronounced koo-lah.
Verb: root, to paste; to use paste on. Inf.: kulahin/kulahan. Conj.: kinula/kinulahan, pasted/used paste on; kinukula/kinukulahan, pasting/using paste on; ikukula/kukulahan, will paste, will use paste on.
Noun: paste.
Other Tagalog: pandikit.

Kulpit: pronounced kool-piht.
Adj.: stingy or not generous.
Other Tagalog: kuripot.

Kulílis: pronounced koo-lí-lis.
Noun: a cicada.
Other Tagalog: kuliglig.

Kulinting: pronounced koo-lihn-ting.
Verb: root, to pluck, pick, or strike the strings of or bells of (any stringed or percusive musical instrument). Inf.: kulintingin. Conj.: kinulinting, plucked; kinukulinting, plucks or is plucking; kukulintingin, will pluck.
Noun: any musical instrument with strings or percussive bells.

Kulunggo: pronounced koo-loong-goh.
Verb: root, to shake, particularly in the preparation of the Philippine black plum, otherwise known as duhat. Inf.: kulungguhin. Conj.: kinulunggo, shook; kinukulunggo, shaking; kukulungohin, will shake. Ref.: Duhat.
Other Tagalog: kalog (approximate).

Kulu-ong: prononced koo-loo-ong.
1. a hole in the ground for burying garbage.
2. a well of water.
Other Tagalog: hukay, balon.

Kumpay: pronounced koom-pai.
Verb: root, to collect grass from the field to use as fodder. Inf.: mangupay. Conj.: nangumpay, collected grass; nangungumpay, collecting grass; mangungumpay, will collect grass.

Kustal: pronounced koo-stal
Noun: a sack for storing things like animal feeds or rice.
Other Tagalog: sako.

Kutaptap: pronounced koo-tahp-tahp.
Verb: root
1. to find.
2. to catch up with.
Inf.: makutaptapan. Conj.: nakutaptapan, found; nakukutaptapan, finding; makukutaptapan, will find.
Other Tagalog: tagpô.

Kuyitib: pronounced koo-yih-tihb.
Noun: a specie of ants.