List of Cebuano words starting with the letter L - Page 111

lúd

Cebuano

n. load of courses given to a teacher; v. have a certain teaching load. Gamay ra kug makítà kay naglúd lang kug duha, I don’t earn much because I have only two courses. Pilay ilúd nímu káda simistir? How many courses are given you per semester?



lud-an

Cebuano

see luwà.


lud-anan

Cebuano

spittoon


ludà

Cebuano

v. spit, spit out. Giludà níya ang íyang giúsap, He spat out what he was chewing; n. spittle, saliva.


ludábi

Cebuano

n. name of Cebuano writers’ organization, abbreviation of Lúbas sa Dágang Bisayà, ‘The elite (lit. heartwood) of Visayan literature’.


ludhan

Cebuano

see luhud.


ludhanan

Cebuano

kneeler


lug-as

Cebuano

v. remove husk from rice or other grains. Ang ímung linubkan dì makalug-as (makapalug-as) sa dáwa, The way you are doing it won’t get the husks off the millet; a. already unhusked. Taphi ang linubuk kay lug-as na, Winnow the pounded rice because the husks are off now.


lug-is

Cebuano

v. split or break into smaller sizes. Maglug-is kug kawáyan pára ikural, I will split some bamboo for fencing. Naglug-is ang pintal, The paint is cracking.


lúgà

Cebuano

see lugàlúgà.


lugabu, lugábu

Cebuano

n. dull hollow sound of impact. Lugábu sa mga táwung nagsáyaw sa táas, The thumping sound of the people dancing upstairs; v. produce a dull hollow sound of impact. Milugábu ang likud nga gisumbag, His back resounded with a thump when I slapped him. Naglugabu ang bawud sa lapyahan, The waves pounded against the shore. -in- see lugábu, n.


lugabung

Cebuano

v. make a thumping sound. Naglugabung ang mga lamísa ug síya nga gipatíran sa mga hubug, The chairs and tables made a thumping sound as the drunken men kicked them.


lugak

Cebuano

flabby


lugak

Cebuano

lax


lugak

Cebuano

loose


lugak

Cebuano

v. 1. for something which grips or is tied round something to loosen. Wà siya mulugak ug gakus nákù sa kahadluk nga byáan, She did not let go of her embrace for fear of being left behind. Lugaka ang ímung sinínà arun hayáhay, Loosen your dress so it will be comfortable. Lugaki ang turniki káda singku minútus, Loosen the tourniquet every five minutes; 2. abate, slow down from doing something with energy. Ang bag-ung dálan makalugak (makapalugak) sa trapiku dinhi, The new street can relieve the traffic here. Ayawg lugaki ang pagpanguyab níya, Keep courting her for all you’re worth. Don’t let off; 3. for the knees to give way, for a person to budge from his convictions. Dì siya mulugak sa íyang barugánan bísag hulgáun, He won’t budge from his stand even if you threaten him. Nanglugak ang íyang mga túhud, His knees gave way; 4. loosen one’s control or discipline over. Ug ímung lugakan ang ímung anak muabusar nà, If you rear your child leniently he will become abusive.


lugàlúgà

Cebuano

v. move something in a hole back and forth. Naglugàlúgà siya ug lipak sa nabúlit nga túbu, He worked a stick back and forth in the tube that was stopped up.


v. fall with a crash, be thrown down with force. Mulugamak ka giyud ug mahugnù nang ímung gitungtúngan, You will fall with a crash if that thing you are standing on collapses. Gilugamakan (gipalugamakan) ang mga búlak sa mga inibut nga sagbut, They threw the uprooted weeds with force on top of the flowers. Nalugamakan (nalugmakan) ku sa íyang kasábà, I received the brunt of his scoldings. Ímu man nang ilugamak (ipalugamak) ang ímung láwas bísag ása, You throw yourself down anywhere; n. sounds of something falling with a crash. (→) rush headlong into something Nalugamak siya sa usa ka byúda nga way kwarta, He rushed into marriage with a penniless widow. -in- see lugámak, n.


lugan-ub

Cebuano

n. thundering, reverberating sound; v. produce a thunderous or loud reverberating sound. Milugan-ub ang kabukíran nga gipabuthan ug dinamíta, A deafening sound echoed through the mountains when the dynamite was exploded; n. a thundering, reverberating sound. -in- see lugan-ub.


n. banging, slapping, cracking sound. Ang lugapak sa kawáyan, The cracking of the bamboo; v. make a cracking, slapping, banging sound. Milugapak ang pultahan nga gikalit pagsira, The door was slammed with a bang. Naglugapak ang samput sa íyang anak sa bakus, The leather belt cracked over his son’s buttocks. -in- see lugápak, n.


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