List of Cebuano words starting with the letter L - Page 133

lúrat

Cebuano

v. 1. open the eyes wide. Papyúnga ang mata sa minatay kay naglurat, Close the dead man’s eyes because they are wide open. Dì kang kakità? Luráta (ilúrat, paluráta, ipalúrat) ímung mata, You can’t see? Open your eyes wide; 2. glower at someone to show angry disapproval. Gilurátan sa maistru ang mga istudiyanting nagtábì, The teacher glowered at the students who were talking; n. act of glowering. Sa usa lang ka lúrat ni Tátay hílum ming tanan, Father can silence us with just one look. hi-/ha- v. have one’s eyes pop wide open. Nahalúrat siya sa kahibúlung, Her eyes opened wide in surprise.



lurat og mata

Cebuano

goggle-eyed


lúray

Cebuano

v. for a top to wobble as it spins to a stop; n. wobbling of a top as it spins to a stop.


lúray

Cebuano

v. for the voice to be affectionate with a slurring intonation. Mulúray na gánì íyang tíngug dúna siyay ihangyù nímu, When her voice gets sweet, she has a request to make; a. affectionate with a slurring intonation. pina- a. with an affectionate, slurring intonation. Pinalúray ang íyang tíngug nga mihanggat nákù sa pagpangatúlug, With an affectionate voice, she asked me to come to bed.


lúrir

Cebuano

see rúlir.


lúrù

Cebuano

v. 1. be drooping. Milúrù ang sangang namungíngi sa mga búnga, The branch was drooping, it was so laden with fruits. Nalúrù ang babáying gikuyapan sa simbahan, The lady fainted in church and sat there limp; 2. become dizzy. Nalúrù ku sa bangkà kay bawud, I felt seasick in the boat because of the rough seas. Tyubíbu ang nakalúrù (nakapalúrù) níya, The merry-go-round made her dizzy.


luru

Cebuano

v. for hair to fall out. Mangluru (muluru) ang buhuk basta kaspahun, If you have dandruff your hair will fall out. paN- n. falling hair.


lúrung

Cebuano

v. get dizzy from motion or from being poisoned or nauseated. Nalúrung ku humag tuyuktúyuk nákù, I got dizzy after I turned myself round and round. Ísug nga sigarilyu nga ákung nalurúngan, The strong cigarettes made me dizzy.


lús

Cebuano

v. lower the sail of a boat. Lúsun (ilús) ang láyag ug línaw ang dágat, The sail is lowered when the sea is calm.


lusà

Cebuano

n. nit, the egg of a louse; v. be infested with nits. paN- v. for lice to lay eggs. -un a. full of nits; v. be, become full of nits.


lúsa

Cebuano

n. plate made of metal coated with enamel; v. eat from metal plates.


lusa

Cebuano

nit


lusa, lusà

Cebuano

v. stare unseeingly into space, usually due to lack of interest, comprehension. Unsay ímung gihunàhúnà nga naglusa na man lang nang ímung mata? What are you thinking about? You’re just staring blankly into space.


lúsad

Cebuano

v. 1. go, bring down, descend, dismount. Lugar bay. Anhi lang ku lúsad, Stop, Driver. I’m going to get off here. Milúsad siya sa hagdanan, He went down the stairs. Patábang ug lúsad sa pyánu ngadtu sa sílung, Let some people help you bring the piano down. Lusára ang búla sa sílung, Go down and get the ball. Ang walang tiil mauy ilúsad pag-úna, Descend with the left foot first; 1a. go, bring to the sea to fish, bathe. Mag-íhaw mig bábuy ug maglúsad mig panágat, We slaughter a pig when we bring our fishing nets to the sea for the first time; 2. launch one’s or someone’s political candidacy. Kadaghan na siya makalúsad, karun pa giyud kadaug, He ran so many times, but this is the first time he won. lusaránan n. place one descends onto or over.


lusak

Cebuano

v. 1. pound something by hitting it with the blunt end of a stick or with bombs. Kusga paglusak ang halu nga náa sa lungag, Poke the monitor lizard that is in the hole hard with the end of the stick. Lusaka ang inad-ad nga báni pára sa bábuy, Pound the sliced banana stem with a pestle for the pig. Gilusak ang Hanuy sa mga bumba, Hanoi was pounded with bombs; 2. make linusak. ni-, -in- n. kind of delicacy made of pounded cooked banana mixed with shredded coconut meat and sugar.


lusaon

Cebuano

nitty


lúsay

Cebuano

n. seaweed. sáma sa — not firm in one’s convictions (drifting like seaweeds). ka-an n. place where seaweeds abound.


lusay

Cebuano

n. swollen lymph node; v. have a swelling in the lymph nodes. Milusay (gilusayan) ang íyang búgan, She had a swollen lymph node in the groin. lusaylusay n. small swollen lymph nodes; v. have a small swelling in the lymph nodes.


lusbà

Cebuano

v. 1. for something with an area to collapse or cave in. Bumba ang naglusbà (nagpalusbà) sa atup sa simbahan, The bomb caused the roof of the church to collapse. Mulusbà (malusbà) ning salúga kun tungtúngan ug bayinti ka táwu, This floor will collapse if twenty persons stand on it. Lusbáa ang tayaung lubut sa baril, Knock out the rusty bottom of the barrel; 2. press something rounded or bulging to level it off or flatten it. Dì ka makalusbà sa búla sa baskitbul kun dì kuháan ug hángin, You cannot flatten a basketball if you do not let the air out.


lusbak

Cebuano

v. cook very small fish in vinegar and garlic. -unun n. very small fish to be cooked in such a manner. ni-, -in- n. dish of small fish cooked in vinegar.


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