List of Cebuano words starting with the letter L - Page 17

lagsik

Cebuano

a. 1. speedy and energetic; 1a. doing something quickly. Lagsik kaáyu siyang mulálag banig, He is quick in weaving mats; 2. healthy. Lagsik na man si Máma. Wà nay hilánat, Mother is fine again. She doesn’t have any fever any more; v. get to be energetic, healthy. Milagsik ang ílang mga lákang pagtaligsik, They started walking faster when it started to rain. Inum sa ímung tambal arun ka malagsik, Take your medicine so you get your energy. ka- n. briskness. ma-un a. of a quick, brisk, healthy sort.



lagsik

Cebuano

adj. fleet


lagsik

Cebuano

adj. lively


lagsik

Cebuano

adj. quick


lagsik

Cebuano

adj. vivacious


lagsik

Cebuano

v. for small things to fly off, splatter. Milagsik ang lápuk pagluksu nákù, Mud splattered in all directions when I jumped. Nanglagsik ang bildu pagkahúlug sa básu, Bits of glass flew off when the tumbler fell. Hilagsikan ku sa íyang láway pagsulti níya, His saliva splattered on me when he spoke; n. matured coconut fruits which were thrown in all directions as they were gathered from the trees. -in- n. something that flew off.


lagsut

Cebuano

v. splatter up or out, for things in pieces to scatter in various directions. Mulagsut ang íyang láway inigsulti, His saliva showers you when he talks. Nangalagsut ang mga lubi sa pagkahúlug sa búlig, The coconuts that came off the tree fell all over the place.


lagtang

Cebuano

n. kind of woody vine, the seeds of which are roasted and used for poisoning fish: Anamirta cocculus; v. fish using this plant as poison. -in-an n. fish caught in this way.


lagtang

Cebuano

v. roast kernels of corn. Dúnay nanimáhù, may naglagtang tingálì ug mais, something smells good. someone must be roasting corn kernels. -in- n. roasted corn kernels.


lagting

Cebuano

adj. clear


lagting

Cebuano

adv. clearly


lagtiw

Cebuano

v. 1. for something small to be knocked off to a distance. Mu rag milagtiw (nalagtiw) ang ákung ispiritu pagbutu sa bumba, It seemed that my spirit left my body when the bomb exploded. Nanglagtiw ang mga binughà nga íyang gibundak, Pieces of wood flew off in all directions when he dropped the logs; 2. be caused to move with alacrity under some pressure. Nalagtiw ming gisingkáhan ug súgù, We moved smartly when we were given orders in no uncertain terms.


lagtub

Cebuano

a. 1. giving off a single thud; 2. giving a crunchy sound; 2a. cooked half-way so that it is still crunchy; 2b. cooked so that it is crisp; 3. inflamed, blistered (like something cooked crisp). Unsa man nang lagtub sa ímung buktun? What is that blister on your arm? v. 1. giving a thudding sound. Naglagtub ang batu sa íyang bukubuku, The stone bounced off his back with a thud; 2a. get to be cooked in a half-done manner. Lagtúba (ilagtub) pagsugba ang atay, Broil the liver rare; 2b. get to be overcooked, till it is crisp. Mulagtub ang adúbug lat-an úsà, The spiced meat will get crisp if you boil it first; 3. blister (like something fried crisp). pina- n. 1. food that is broiled or fried half-way. Mais nga pinalagtub pagkaánag, Corn broiled half-way; 2. food fried crisp.


lagù

Cebuano

a. filthy, very dirty. Ilísi nang kurtináha, lagù na kaáyu, Change the curtains. They are so filthy; v. be, become filthy. ka-(←) v. all covered with dirt. Nagkalágù siya gíkan sa trabáhu, He was filthy when he came from work. -un a. dirty-looking.


lágub

Cebuano

v. for something long to penetrate all the way into something (not said of things put in a case). Milágub ang lansang sa íyang lapalapa, The nail went all the way into the sole of his foot.


lágub

Cebuano

v. join something of value together, as money, land, business. Mulágub ku sa inyung nigusyu, I will join your business. Nagkalágub ang ámung duha ka lúti sa usa ka titulu, Both of our lots are included in the same title. Lagúba (ilágub) ang inyung puhúnan arun mu makalíhuk sa nigusyu, Pool your capital so that you can start a business.


lagubo

Cebuano

thud


lagubu, lagúbu

Cebuano

n. dull, hollow thudding sound. Ang lagúbu sa bawud sa baybáyun, The thudding of the waves on the seashore; v. be thudding in a hollow way. Milagubu ang ákung likud sa íyang sumbag, My back resounded with his thudding blows. -in- n. see lagúbu.


lagudlágud

Cebuano

n. ovary of a sow. layà ug — incapable of bearing children, said of a woman who marries late in life (derogatory). Ang babáying dúgayng maminyù layà na ug lagudlágud, A woman who marries late in life is incapable of bearing children.


laguk

Cebuano

n. 1. sticky, resinous substance taken from trees, esp. the tipúlu tree; 2. trap for birds and small insects using this resin. The trap is baited and the birds get stuck; v. trap birds with laguk. Nakalaguk si Silis ug limúkun, Celes caught a dove with laguk. paN- v. go trap game with laguk.


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