List of Cebuano words starting with the letter L - Page 20

lagwerta

Cebuano

n. orchard



lagwerta

Cebuano

yard


lagwirta

Cebuano

n. small vegetable garden or, by extension, a yard planted to grass or flowers.


lagwis

Cebuano

a. tall and slender. Lagwis kaáyu ug mga bitíis nang bayhána, mu rag tukun, The legs of that woman are long and straight like a bean pole. Lagwis nga pinútì, Long sword; v. grow tall and slender. Mulagwis ang kawáyan, Bamboo grows tall and slender.


lagwum

Cebuano

see laglum. see lalum.


lagyo

Cebuano

abscond


lagyo

Cebuano

elope


lagyu

Cebuano

see lagiw.


lagyum

Cebuano

see laglum. see lalum.


láhà

Cebuano

v. trim or clean the top of coconut trees to prepare them for becoming toddy-producing palms.


lahang

Cebuano

n. crack in between something Naglìlì siya sa lahang sa bungbung, He was peeping through the cracks in the walls; a. have spaces in between, be at wide intervals. Gwápa untà apan lahang lag ngípun, She would be beautiful if it were not for her teeth which are too wide apart; v. be so arranged as to have spaces in between. Kinsay naglahang ug pugas sa mais? Who planted the corn so far apart? Naglahang man ning sawug. Simpúta, The floor slats are so wide apart. Put them close together.


láhap

Cebuano

v. slice a thick slab off, cut off something wide and thick. Muláhap untà kug gamay pára isugba, I’d like to slice off a chunk to broil. Ang bahà nakaláhap ug dakung parti sa íyang yútà, The flood took off a big chunk from his land. Naláhap ang tumuy sa íyang tudlù sa blíd, The blade sliced off the tip of his finger; a. having been cut widely and deeply. Kaúsik sa mansánas, láhap nga pagkapánit, What a waste! The apples were peeled with so much flesh adhering to the peels. -in- n. chunk sliced off. -in-an n. something from which a chunk has been cut off.


lahawlahaw

Cebuano

v. wander without purpose over a wide area. Nalahawlahaw (nalahawlahawan) na nákù ang tanang suuk sa kalibútan, I have wandered aimlessly over the face of the earth.


lahì

Cebuano

a. different. Káda táwu lahì sa usa, Each person is different from every other; v. 1. be different or dissimilar. Malahì giyud kag muadtu kag magdyins, You’ll surely be different from everybody else if you go there in jeans. Nagláhì ang ílang hitsúra bisag kalúha sila, They look different even though they are twins. Ilahì (lahia) ang pagkáun sa mga binatunan sa átù, Give the servants different food from ours; 2. do something apart from others or the main group. Mulahì sila sa grúpu inigpangáun na, They eat in a small group off to themselves. pa- v. do something different from the ordinary. Dílì ku manundug, mupalahì giyud ku, I won’t imitate, I’ll do something different. lahìláhì a. of different kinds. Lahìláhing mga panaptun ang íyang gipalit, She bought different kinds of cloth; v. be of different kinds. ka- v. be of various kinds. Nagkalahìláhì ang ámung upiniyun, Our opinions were varied.


lahi

Cebuano

adj. different


lahi

Cebuano

adj. distinct


lahi

Cebuano

adj. diverse


lahi

Cebuano

eccentric


lahi

Cebuano

weird


lahi sa naandan

Cebuano

adj. abnormal


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