List of Cebuano words starting with the letter L - Page 12

lag-id

Cebuano

a. hard, tough. Lag-id ang tugas labi na ang íyang lúbas, Molave is a hard wood, esp. the heartwood.



lag-id

Cebuano

v. brush, whizz, speed by something touching or grazing it slightly. Duha ka íhu ang milag-id (naglag-id) níya, Two sharks whizzed by him. Ígù lang nakalag-id sa íyang nawung ang bala, The bullet just grazed his face.


lag-it

Cebuano

a. 1. rough and sharp. Mga lag-it nang mga batu, Those rocks are sharp and rough; 1a. sharp, keen, piercing; 2. hard and durable. Lag-it nga káhuy, pánit, Hard wood, durable leather; v. 1. be, become sharp, piercing. Sigíhig báid hangtud malag-it, Keep working at it until it becomes sharp. Dinhà na ang babáyi batíag kahadluk sa nagkalag-it na ang tinan-awan sa táwu kaníya, The girl didn’t feel frightened until the man started shooting penetrating glances at her; 2. be, become hard and durable. Mulag-it ang kámay ug latikun, Sugar becomes crystallized if you make it into syrup.


lag-uk=

Cebuano

lad-uk.


laga

Cebuano

boil


laga

Cebuano

see hulmígas.


làgà

Cebuano

v. broil water or water with something in it: coffee, medicinal herbs, and the like. Naglàgà kug luy-a pára sa nagsakit kung tiyan, I am brewing ginger tea for my stomachache. -anan n. any cooking utensil used for boiling purposes.


lagáak

Cebuano

v. produce a loud cracking or splitting sound. Kusug nga nakalagáak ang kawáyan pagpíkas niíni, The bamboo produced a loud cracking sound when it was split.


lagablab

Cebuano

(from lablab) a. 1. for clothing to be loose so as to be flapping; 2. talking continuously and inconsequentially. Katuúhan ba gud nà nga lagablab man, Can you believe him when he babbles on all the time? v. 1. be loose and flapping. Nalagablab ang pagkatahì sa íyang sinínà, After it was sewed, her dress was so loose it flapped. Naglagablab ang íyang ági sa íyang paglabay, She passed by with her skirts flapping. Naglagablab ang bandíra, The flag flapped; 2. blab, talk too much. Sugut lang nà siyag way káun basta makalagablab lang, She doesn’t mind not eating so long as she can shoot off her mouth. Pagbantay unyag kining ímung hidunggan ímung ilagablab, Better watch out if you blabber about what you heard here.


lagak, lágak

Cebuano

v. lower something on a line. Dinhi lang nátù lagákun (ilágak) ang báling, Let us just cast the fishing net here; n. length of line lowered.


lagàlà

Cebuano

a. given to loud boasting; n. action of boasting. Maáyu sa abugádu nang lagàlà, kay dílì palúpig, Having a big mouth is good for lawyers, because no one can outdo them; v. be vocally boastful. Nagkalagàlà si Ídi nga nagkadakù ang íyang katungdánan, Eddie is getting more and more loud-mouthed with his boasting now that he has been promoted. -un(→) a. boastful sort.


lagàlagà

Cebuano

n. a darting light from a flickering fire or phosphorescent light. Ang lagàlagà sa mga aniníput nakahátag ug talagsaung dan-ag, The flashes of phosphorescence given off by the fireflies gave an unusual brightness; v. give off flashes of darting light. Naglagàlagà ang lamparilya nga nahutdan sa gás, The kerosene lamp is flickering because it ran out of gas.


lagalaw

Cebuano

(not without l) see lagaraw.


lagamak

Cebuano

see lugamak.


lagang

Cebuano

n. chambered nautilus.


see lugapak.


lagaplap

Cebuano

v. for something flat to come partly off so as to flap. Mulagaplap ang lapalapa sa sapátus ug maukang, The sole of your shoe will flap if it comes partly off.


a. harsh and grating sound of voice. Misinggit siyag pakitábang sa lagarat nga tíngug, She called for help in a raspy, hoarse voice. Lagarat sa masinggan, The rat-a-tat-tat of the machine gun; v. for the voice to get harsh, grating. Magkalagarat ang tíngug sa táwu nga palaínum, A heavy drinker’s voice becomes harsh with time.


lagaraw

Cebuano

n. kind of long machete with a blunt end which curves downward, used for rough clearing, picking up coconuts, and the like; v. wear or use a lagaraw.


lagárì

Cebuano

n. saw; v. saw.


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