List of Cebuano words starting with the letter L - Page 129

lungsud

Cebuano

n. 1. town; 2. citizenry. Tunug na sa tibuuk lungsud nga gipaangkan siya, It has been bruited about town that she has had a child out of marriage. háring — n. the electorate, sovereign people. kalungsúran n. towns. lungsuránun n. local citizen. katagi- n. one from the same town. -nun a. 1. pertaining to something civic. Katungdánang lungsudnun sa matag lungsuránun, Civic duty of each citizen; 2. pertaining to the town or municipality. Mamahanding lungsudnun, Municipal treasurer. maki-, maki-nun a. civic-minded.



lungsura

Cebuano

town


lungsuranon

Cebuano

n. citizen


lungtad

Cebuano

v. 1. last for a period of time. Makalungtad ug dúgay ang isdà ug aysan, Fish will last long if you put them on ice. Wà lungtári ug tris díyas ang ákung puása, My fast didn’t last for three days; 2. stay with, at something for a long time. Dì mu lungtáran ug míd ánang inyung taras, No maid will stay long with you, the way you act. pa- v. make, cause to last. Ayaw palungtára (ipalungtad) ug dúgay inyung dúmut, Don’t allow your desire for vengeance to last long. malungtárun a. durable.


lungùlungù

Cebuano

v. for one’s head to sway or shake uncontrollably as when drunk or in old age. Naglungùlungù na siya sa katigúlang, His head tremors due to old age.


lungun

Cebuano

n. coffin; v. bury in a coffin, as opposed to other modes of burial.


lungutlungut

Cebuano

v. be restless, moving about and talking in anger, exasperation, impatience to do something Naglungutlungut siyang makaapil sa banggà, He was restless in his impatience to take part in the contest. Ang gisibat níyang alkansíya mauy íyang gilungutlungutan, She rushed about in anger on account of her piggy bank which got stolen.


lunhat

Cebuano

v. have a relapse, most often said of sprains or fractures or illness thought to be derived from them. Nalunhat íyang piang kay nagpúnay siyag lungas, His sprain came back because he kept moving around.


lunhaw

Cebuano

a. 1. for growing things, not fruit, to be green. Lunhaw nga sibsibánan, Green pastures; 2. recent, young. Sa lunhawng kinabúhì sa kabatan-un wà pa níya masinátì ang kapakyásan, He was a callow youth, and had never experienced failure; v. 1. for growing things to be green and fresh. Mulunhaw (malunhaw) ug bálik ang sagbut inig-abut sa ting-ulan, The grass will become green again when the rains return; 2. bring back something to make it recent, young again. Tam-is lunháwun ang malipáyun tang kabatan-un, It’s nice to reminisce on our happy childhood.


lunhaw

Cebuano

adj. green


Lúnis

Cebuano

n. Monday; v. see birnis. pa-(→) n. work bee done on a Monday; v. hold a work bee on a Monday. Palunisi lang nang pagtúkud sa taytáyan, Have the bridge built by a Monday work bee.


lúnis

Cebuano

n. odd number.


lúnit

Cebuano

v. tweak the ears. Hinglunitan si Marta sa maistra kay nagtábì, The teacher tweaked Martha’s ears because she was talking; n. action of tweaking.


lunlon

Cebuano

unadulterated


lunlun

Cebuano

a. all of one kind, no mixture. Ang kinabúhì dì lunlun kalípay, Life is not all happiness; v. 1. have all in one kind, no mixture. Sagúlig pinágud mais ang tablíya, ayawg ilunlun (lunlúna) nga kakaw, Mix some roasted corn in the chocolate tablet, don’t make it pure cacao; 2. be all together in a place. Dì ta makalunlun ug lingkud sa píkas lingkuránan kay kúlag hángin ang ligid, We can’t all stay on one side because the tire lacks air. Dì ta maglunlun dinhis píkas kay malúnud unyà ta, Let’s not huddle on one side of the boat because it might capsize.


luno

Cebuano

molt


lunod

Cebuano

drown


lunod

Cebuano

sink


lunok

Cebuano

coconut milk


lunop

Cebuano

deluge


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