List of Cebuano words starting with the letter L - Page 100

lírung

Cebuano

a. circular, rounded. Lírung ang pláka, A record is round; n. a shallow circular basket used for winnowing or as a container for vending fish or vegetables.



liryu

Cebuano

n. name given to several kind of ornamental bulbs, some of which also occur wild: Hymenocallis littorale, Zephyranthis rosea, et al. In poetry, this flower symbolizes beauty.


lís

Cebuano

n. kind of kalípay, 2.


lís

Cebuano

n. lace; v. wear lace. Naglís siyag panti, She is wearing lace panties.


lisa

Cebuano

v. sprain or dislocate a joint. Nalisa ang íyang túhud pagkadagmà níya, His knee was dislocated when he fell down; n. sprain or dislocation.


lisang

Cebuano

n. terror


lisang

Cebuano

terrify


lísang

Cebuano

v. terrify, frighten severely. Nalísang ku pagkalintúwad sa kutsi, I was terrified when the car somersaulted. Ayaw kug lisánga ánà kay dílì na tinúud sawa. You can’t scare me with that because that’s no real snake. (→) n. ailment, usually fever, that results from intense fright. ka- n. terror. maka-r- a. terrifying. Makalilísang kaáyu tung bagyúha kay hasta ang mga awtu nakulub, That was a terrifying storm because it even turned cars over.


lisay

Cebuano

n. lymph node; v. have swollen lymph nodes. Naglisay (gilisayan) ang ákung íluk kay náay hubag ang ákung kamut, I have swollen lymph glands in the armpits because I have a swollen hand.


lisay

Cebuano

n. measles


lisensiya

Cebuano

licence


lisensiya

Cebuano

n. license


lisensiyado

Cebuano

v. licensed


lisensya

Cebuano

license


lisik

Cebuano

v. stick out from a hidden or partly hidden position. Milisik ang íyang mata sa kalágut, His eyes bulged in anger. Ang itlug sa tigúwang naglisik, The old man’s testicles are hanging out in view; n. testicles. putì ug — cowardly.


lisinsiya

Cebuano

n. 1. license, a document evidencing permission to engage in something; 2. permission to do something Ayaw ug uban námù kay wà kay lisinsiya ni Pápa, Don’t go with us because you don’t have Daddy’s permission; v. ask permission. Walà ku lisinsiyáhi ug táwu nga magbayli áning baláya, Nobody asked me permission to hold a dance here in this house. paN- n. something said or used to obtain permission. -du(←) n. having a license. Ribulbir nga lisinsiyádu, Licensed revolver.


lísis

Cebuano

n. shoelace; v. tie the shoes. paN- v. tie one’s shoes.


liskad

Cebuano

see liskag.


liskag

Cebuano

v. 1. for something that wraps something to come open. Miliskag ang dáhun sa ságing nga gipustan sa bulad, The banana leaves which the dried fish were wrapped in came undone. Nagkaliskag ang sáku kay labihang dasúka, The sack is coming apart because it was filled too full. Liskága (iliskag) ang baat, Untie the string; 1a. for something woven to get undone. Naliskag ang banig kay wà masapay, The mat came undone because the edges weren’t closed up. 2. spread out, stick out. Maliskag ang balhíbu sa pábung duúlun, The turkey puffs up its feathers if you get near it. Naliskag ang íyang dunggan pagkadungug sa íyang ngā́n, Her ears perked up when she heard her name; a. spread out, undone. Liskag ug tiil, Spreading feet.


liskug

Cebuano

n. 1. coil of rattan, wire, or anything stiff; 2. stiff band attached to the rim of a basket, tray, and the like to strengthen the rim; v. 1. coil up something stiff; 2. make, attach a reinforcing band on the rim of a basket or tray; 3. for something long to curl up at the ends. Naliskug ang lipak kay nainitan, The bamboo slats curled up because they were exposed to the sun.


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