List of Cebuano words starting with the letter L - Page 16

lagnaw

Cebuano

see labnaw.



lagnay

Cebuano

a. sagging for lack of firmness. Lagnay kaáyu ang unlan nga kúwang sa dasuk, A pillow that lacks stuffing is very soft; v. sag for lack of firmness. Mulagnay ang tútuy sa inahan basta dì na sus-an, The breast of a mother sags after she stops nursing.


lagnot

Cebuano

jerk


lagnub

Cebuano

n. erect shrub or small tree with smooth, glaberous, and shiny oval leaves, used to stop bleeding: Ficus hauili.


lagnut

Cebuano

see labnut.


lagom

Cebuano

black and blue


lagos

Cebuano

gum


lagos

Cebuano

n. gums


lagot

Cebuano

angry


lagot

Cebuano

loathe


lagot

Cebuano

mad


lagot

Cebuano

rage


lagpad

Cebuano

see lapad (plural).


lagpak

Cebuano

v. 1. slap, strike a part of one’s body with the hand or with something flat. Kinsa tung naglagpak sa ákung bukubuku? Who slapped my back? 2. patch a hole. Lagpáki na lang nà bisag unsa arun dì ka lìlíun, Patch that with anything so they won’t peep at you. Pula ang ilagpak sa ákung sinínà, Use a red piece of cloth to patch the tear in my dress; n. slapping sound. -in- n. having a checkered or striped design. Linagpak nga hinabul, Cloth woven in a checkered design; v. weave cloth in a checkered design.


lagpang

Cebuano

v. broil peeled mature bananas. Lagpangun (ilagpang) níya ang salin nga ságing linung-ag, He will broil the leftover cooked bananas. -in- n. broiled bananas.


lagpì

Cebuano

v. harvest corn. Hinug na ang púsù sa mais hustu nang lagpíun, The corn ears are ripe, just right for harvest. -unun n. corn that is ready for harvest.


lagput

Cebuano

v. 1. be knocked a distance. Milagput ang búla ug layù pagpátid ni Rúmi, Romy kicked the ball, and it flew off in the distance. Hilagputan ku sa íyang láway, I was hit by his spit. Nalagput ku nga giigwáran níya, I was thrown to the side when she hit me with her buttocks; 2. remove from a job, expel. Nalagput na siya sa iskuylahan. Hasta ikaw mulagput ug dì ka mag-amping, He was kicked out of school, and you will be, too, if you don’t watch it. 3. be caused to move with alacrity. Milagput mi pagkadungug sa mandasiyun, We moved off smartly when we heard the command. pa- v. 1. cause to fly off; 2. expel from school or job. Wà na lang nákù siya ipalagput (palagpúta) sa íyang gisap-an, I didn’t expel him from the land he was working.


lagsaw

Cebuano

a. 1. tall and lanky; 2. having bones sticking out prominently; v. 1. become tall and lanky. Milagsaw lag kalit ang batan-ung laláki sa pagkabayung na, The young boy suddenly shot up when he reached his teens; 2. for the bones to stick out. Naunsa man kang nanglagsaw na nang ímung gúsuk? What’s the matter with you that your ribs are sticking out?


lagsaw

Cebuano

a. for the voice to be cracking, dry; v. get to be cracked and dry. Milagsaw ang tíngug sa bátà ug hinílak, The child’s voice became hoarse from crying.


lagsaw

Cebuano

n. deer.


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