List of Cebuano words starting with the letter L - Page 3

lababo

Cebuano

lavatory



lababo

Cebuano

sink


labábu

Cebuano

see laba.


labad

Cebuano

a. 1. for the head to ache. Labad kaáyu ang ákung úlu, I have a terrible headache; 2. giving a headache, problem. Labad kaáyung tudlúan. Búgù unyà dì pa mamínaw, It’s a real headache to teach him. He’s stupid and on top of that, he won’t listen. Ang pagbáyad ímung labad, It’s your headache how to pay it off; v. 1. get, have a headache. Naglabad ning ákung úlu sa inyung kasábà, I have a headache because of your noise. Labdun (labarun) pa giyud ku ninyu ánang mga sulirána, You still have to trouble me with those problems. Tumar ug aspirin ug labdan ka sa úlu, Take aspirin if you have a headache; 2. be mentally disturbed. Malabad siya basta higutman, He becomes deranged if he misses meals. labdunun a. mentally disturbed. labdanan a. prone to headaches.


labad

Cebuano

n. ache


labad

Cebuano

n. pain


labad sa ulo

Cebuano

migraine


labad sa ulo

Cebuano

n. headache


labada

Cebuano

laundry


labáda

Cebuano

see laba.


labadur

Cebuano

see laba.


labadúra

Cebuano

n. batter; v. make a batter.


lábag

Cebuano

v. wring water out. Gilabágan sa mga sumasákay ang ílang mga saput nga nahumud sa dágat, The passengers of the boat wrung out the sea water from their wet clothes. -in- n. something wrung out.


labag sa batas

Cebuano

unlawful


labag, lábag

Cebuano

n. 1. a bundle of abaca fibers consisting of thirty-two smaller bunches (bituul). 2. any large bundle of threads or yarn; v. group fibers into bunches. Labágun lang ning tingkal arun mahibaw-ag pilay abutun, Let’s take this twine and group it in bundles so we know how much it amounts to.


labaha

Cebuano

n. razor


labáha

Cebuano

n. straight razor; v. shave someone with a straight razor. Mubui ang tingkuy piru ayaw labahái, Make the nape short, but don’t shave it. paN- v. shave oneself with a straight razor.


labak

Cebuano

v. 1. throw something hard on the ground. Nakalabak na bayà kag daghang plátu. Tingálig mahurut ni, You’ve already thrown down a lot of plates. No doubt you intend to break all of them; 2. throw something away. Ayaw nag ilabak, ákù na lang, Don’t throw that away. Let me have it. 3. spank with open palm. Nakalabak ku sa íyang samput, I spanked her on the buttocks.


lábak

Cebuano

v. for a sore or an infected wound to be opened wide. Milábak (nalábak) ang íyang hubag nga gitambálan niánang tambála, Her boil opened wide when that medicine was put on it.


labakára

Cebuano

see laba.


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