List of Cebuano words starting with the letter L - Page 126

luna sa yuta

Cebuano

n. parcel



lunag

Cebuano

v. for the results of bad behavior to come out. Milunag na giyud ang kalaag ánang bayhána. Gipamabdúsan, Now that woman’s propensity for gadding about has borne fruit. She got herself pregnant.


lúnang

Cebuano

v. 1. wallow. Naglúnang ang gibunù sa kaugalíngung dugù, The murder victim is wallowing in his own blood. Ang gilunángan sa kábaw, The place the carabao wallows; 2. be in a bad state to an excessive degree. Ang kalibútan nga naglúnang sa kasal-ánan, The world that is wallowing in sin. Ang katawhan nga naglúnang sa katimáwà, People wallowing in poverty. -an(→) n. mud pool for the water buffalo to wallow in.


lunangan

Cebuano

n. pond


lunas

Cebuano

n. kind of smooth bamboo with a yellowish-green trunk: Bambusa vulgaris.


lunaw

Cebuano

v. cook chopped sweet potatoes with water. Maglunaw ku áring kamúti pára miryinda, I’ll boil chopped up sweet potatoes for my afternoon snack; n. chopped, boiled sweet potatoes. -in- see lunaw, n.


lunay

Cebuano

v. for pain or illness to subside. Mulunay ang suul sa tiyan ug tambálan, The stomach ache will subside if you take medicine.


lundag

Cebuano

v. sink to the bottom. Manggáwas ta sa dì pa mulundag ang barku, Let’s go over the side before the boat sinks.


Lundris

Cebuano

n. London.


lundris

Cebuano

see alundris.


lunduk

Cebuano

v. for the wind to stop blowing. Human sa bagyu milunduk ang hángin, The wind stopped blowing after the storm. Gilundúkan mi sa hángin sa lawud, We were becalmed in the middle of the sea.


lunduk

Cebuano

v. for things usually soft and having length to fall, settle down gathering in a heap; cause them to do so. Milunduk (nalunduk) sa salug ang kurtína pagkaputul sa higut, The curtain fell down in a heap on the floor when the string snapped. Siyay naglunduk sa mga bulingun sa suuk, She heaped the dirty clothes in the corner; n. kind of affliction where part of the intestine settles down into the scrotum; a. having a large scrotum due to such an affliction.


Lunes

Cebuano

n. Monday


lung tíbul

Cebuano

n. wedding, with reference to the banquet (colloquial). Anus-a man ang lung tíbul? When are you getting hitched? v. get married.


lung-ag

Cebuano

v. boil rice or any carbohydrate until the product is cooked and dry. Lung-ága nang ságing hilaw pára pamáhaw, Cook the green bananas for breakfast. -in- n. 1. staple being cooked. Sigáig linung-ag, Turn up the fire under the rice; 2. cereals or carbohydrates prepared by boiling, as opposed to any other way. Linung-ag ságing palita ayaw nang minantikaan, Buy the cooked bananas, not the fried ones.


lunga

Cebuano

n. sesame seeds used for tidbit decorations or flavoring on sweets: Sesamium orientale.


lunga

Cebuano

relent


lunga, lungà

Cebuano

v. 1. give up doing something which one had been doing with great expenditure of effort. Wà siya mulungag pangítà sa nawálang anak, He didn’t give up in his search for the lost child. Ayaw siya lung-i (lunghi) ug sugsū́g hangtud muhílak, Don’t stop your relentless teasing until she cries; 2. stop from bothering, subside. Mulunga lang ang íyang húbak kun mutumar siyag tambal, Her asthma attacks do not stop until she takes her medicine; a. not persisting in one’s work, working off and on. -an(←) see lungà, a.


lúngab

Cebuano

n. cave, pit, or any large hole in the ground; v. dig a cave or pit, become one.


lungag

Cebuano

cavity


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