List of Cebuano words starting with the letter L - Page 22

láin

Cebuano

a. 1. different, another. Láin ning klasíha sa panaptun, This is a different kind of cloth; 1a. may — pa of course, could it be different? ‘Wà na pud tingáli nay kwarta.’—‘May láin pa?’ ‘He’s probably out of money again.’—‘Of course, could it be otherwise?’ 1b. — nga kalibútan afterworld. Adtu ta magkítà sa láing kalibútan, We’ll meet in the afterworld; 1c. sa — nga báhin on the other hand. Hustu pud ang íyang sulti, apan sa láing báhin, sayup pud siya, What he said is true, but on the other hand, he’s also wrong in some ways; 2. bad, sick. Láin kaáyu ning ákung gibátì, I feel very sick; 3. odd in behavior, different from what one would expect. Kaláin nímu nga dílì gánì mupahíyum inighinagbù nátù! How odd of you not even to smile when we meet! Láin ug báhù ning agwáha, This perfume has a strange smell; 3a. — ug buut, úlu unpredictable in behavior, somewhat crazy. Ayaw nà siya kumpiyansáhi kay láin ra ba nag úlu, Don’t trust him, because he’s somewhat crazy; 3b. — ug sabaw acting strangely, unexpectedly. Láin siyag sabaw kay manáug manday nanghúkad, He’s a strange fellow. He leaves just when they are serving dinner; 4. not of a good sort, bad. Láin ang panahun run, The weather is no good now. Láin kaáyu ug batásan nang íyang asáwa, That wife of his has very offensive manners; 4a. — ug buut, úlu short-tempered. Ayaw siya bikla kay láin ra ba nag buut (úlu), Don’t irritate him because he’s short-tempered; 4b. — ug kamut tending to steal. Láin ug kamut tung ákung binatunan, Daghan ang nawā́, Our servant was a thief. So many things disappeared; 4c. — ug sabaw sensitive, easily taking offense. Láig sabawng bayhána. Wà bayà kuy gipasabut nga dautan! What a sensitive woman. I didn’t mean anything by that remark; 5. for a person to be dangerous, capable of supernatural harm. Láin kaáyu ang mga táwu sa Nága. Daghang mga unglù, The people in Naga are dangerous. There are lots of vampires; 6. — nga táwu unrelated person, outsider. Nagbalunbálun pa man ka. Mau ra ka mag láing táwu, You’re bringing food, as if you weren’t related to us. Way láing táwung pasudlun dinhi, No outsider is allowed in. 7. — pay ákù, átù 7a. by the way. Láin pay átù, tagadiin man tu ka? By the way, where do you say you come from? 7b. see mau pay ákù; v. 1. be, become different, unusual. Ug muláin ang andar sa makina, pahunúnga, If the engine develops a strange sound, turn it off. Ayaw laína pagsabut, Don’t take it the wrong way; 1a. become mentally deranged. Nalaínan (naláin) siya tungud sa labihang kaguul, He went off his rocker because of his extreme grief; 2. be or feel bad, sick. Nagláin ákung ginháwa, I feel sick; 3. get bad, worsen; 3a. be disconcerted, feel distaste. Naláin siya pagkabatì níya sa balità, He reacted with distaste upon hearing the news. Gilaínan ku sa ákung pagkabutang, I feel uneasy in my situation. dílì ig- 1. related by blood. Dílì ka nákù igláin, You’re not unrelated to me. 2. of the same family as. Ang barílis dílì igláin sa tulíngan, The tuna is not unrelated to the mackerel. Ang arti sa panugilánun dílì igláin sa arti sa pamintal, The art of story writing is not unrelated to the art of painting. (→) v. 1. separate oneself from the group, do something s.w. else or at another time. Milain ang dalágag káun sa laláki, The girls ate apart from the boys. Mulain ta kay lisud ug ípun ta sa mga bayaw, We will live separately because it is difficult to live with in-laws. Lainun nákù ni ug anhi kay dì nákù madala run, I will come back for this some other time because I can not take it now; 2. separate something, set aside. Laina ang hilaw ug ang hinug, Keep the unripe and the ripe ones separate. Ilain kini pára níya, Set this aside for him. lainlain a. 1. kind of crazy; 2. thieves. Kaning mga iskwátir mga lainlain, The squatters around here are a bunch of thieves; 3. people of supernatural powers. Dílì maáyung paliwatan nang mga tawhána nga lainlain, We mustn’t marry our children off to those people because they are thought to be vampires. lainláin a. various. Lainláin ang mga klási sa pagkáun, There are all different kinds of food; v. 1. be varied. Lainlaínun nákù ang kulur sa bungbung, I’ll paint the walls all different colors; 2. do something separately or alone by oneself. Ngánung naglainlàin ka mag káun dihà? Why are you eating alone by yourself there? kalainláin v. be all different. ka-an n. 1. difference. Wà kay kalaínan sa kawatan, You’re no different from a thief; 2. change. Dakù ang kalaínan nga mahímù sa ímung pánit ug mugámit kag Kamay, It will make a great difference for your skin if you use Camay. -un(→) a. — ug buut, úlu, kamut, etc. of the sort that gets easily angered, tends to be crazy, tends to steal. pa-(→) v. change the subject in a conversation. Wà ku maagpas kay mipalain siya sa íyang isturya, I did not understand because he changed the tack of his story. Palainan nátù ang sulti, Let’s change the tack of our conversation. panag- v. see panig-, 1. panig- v. 1. feel like a stranger, be treated like a stranger. Dílì siya manigláin nákù kay dúgay na mi nga nagkaíla, He feels at home with me because we’ve been friends for a long time. Mahiubus ku ug ímu kung paniglaínan (ipanigláin, ipanagláin), I will be hurt if you treat me like a stranger; 2. treat someone as if he were not related. Dì ku manigláin sa paryinti sa ákung asáwa, I will not treat my wife’s relatives like outsiders.



lain

Cebuano

adj. different


lain

Cebuano

adj. distinct


lain

Cebuano

adj. straing


lain

Cebuano

adv. apart


lain

Cebuano

differ


lain

Cebuano

eccentric


lain

Cebuano

else


lain

Cebuano

n. another


lain

Cebuano

some


lain pa

Cebuano

another


lain pa

Cebuano

other


lain-lain

Cebuano

adj. assorted


lain-lain

Cebuano

adj. diverse


lain-lain

Cebuano

adj. miscellaneous


lain-lain

Cebuano

adj. motley


lain-lain

Cebuano

adj. various


adj. opalescent


laing

Cebuano

adj. another


laing

Cebuano

adj. different


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