Bisaya English Translation of ukoy

In bisaya english dictionary, "ukoy" is "a legendary man-like creature, usually described as having gills, fins". See more translations below.

ukoy noun
a legendary man-like creature, usually described as having gills, fins and a body covered with scales, with legs and arms that have webbed toes and fingers \merman (see also kataw)
ukoy noun
merman
matod pa sa mga sugilanon, kini mao ang nilalang sa dagat nga sama sa tawo ang dagway, adunay hangas sa liog, himbison og lawas, may silik, tiil ug kamot nga ang mga tudlo may mga kapay noun
a legendary man-like creature, usually described as having gills, fins and a body covered with scales, with legs and arms that have webbed toes and fingers \merman (see also kataw)
siyukoy noun
a legendary man-like creature, usually described as having gills, fins and a body covered with scales, with legs and arms that have webbed toes and fingers \merman (see also kataw)

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