List of Cebuano words starting with the letter L - Page 49

lantugi

Cebuano

n. dispute



lantugion

Cebuano

controversial


lantung

Cebuano

see langtung.


lanúbù

Cebuano

a. 1. grow lush and big. Lanúbù ang tanum dinhi kay tabunuk ang yútà, The plants grow large here because the land is fertile; 2. be economical to use because a small amount does the same job as a larger amount of similar material. Lanúbù kining bugása kay kusug mutúbù, This rice is economical to use because it expands well. Lanúbù kining sabúna. Gamay kaáyu ang gawíun, This soap is economical. You just need to use a little; v. make something go far. Lanubúa (ilanúbù) ug gámit ang sabun, Use the soap sparingly.


lánug

Cebuano

a. loud, resonant. Lánug kaáyu íyang tíngug sa pagtawag nákù, He called me with a very loud voice; v. 1. be, become loud. Mulánug (malánug) ang ímung tíngug ug magmigapun ka, Your voice will become loud if you use a megaphone; 2. echo, resound. Naglánug ang íyang singgit sa dyím, His shout resounded in the gym; n. 1. loudness; 2. echo. Walay mitubag gawas sa lánug sa íyang tíngug, There was no answer except the echo of his voice; 2a. echoes, reminiscenses of the past. Kining mga awíta mga lánug lámang sa kanhíay, These songs are but echoes of the past. pa- v. broadcast, disseminate by word or publicity. Ipalánug ning balitáa sa tibuuk násud, Broadcast this news throughout the nation.


lanulin

Cebuano

n. lanolin.


lánut

Cebuano

n. 1. hemp from abaca; 2. any kind of long, tough plant fibers. Ánang trabahúa ang ímung kinabúhì naglatay sa usa ka lugas lánut, Your job is very dangerous. (Lit. In that job your life walks over a long thin strand.) v. 1. make hemp from abaca. Anus-a man lanúta ninyu ang pinutul nga abaka? When will you make hemp from that abaca you cut into pieces? 2. show fibrous components, become threadbare. Dáan na kaáyung kalsunísa naglanut na gánì ang panaptun, These trousers are very old. They are already threadbare; 3. for something sticky like syrup, glue, and the like to show fiber-like portions when stretched. -un a. fibrous, having fibers. Lanútun kaáyu ug unud ang páhù, Páhù is a stringy kind of mango. lanutlanut n. fine fibers of fruits.


lanut

Cebuano

n. gelatinous water that develops when rice or beans are boiled. Lanut ang ipainum sa masusu, Give the baby water from boiled beans; v. develop this substance. Kining humáya húmuk mulanut ug lugáwun, This rice develops gelatinous water when you make porridge of it.


laog

Cebuano

glutton


laom

Cebuano

hope


laos

Cebuano

out-of-date


lap-ak

Cebuano

n. splotch, splatter. Dakung lap-ak sa dugù sa samput, The big blood stain on the bottom of the dress; v. splotch, splatter. lap-aklap-ak v. 1. splotch, splatter. Gilap-aklap-ak (naglap-aklap-ak) ang íyang buktun sa bun-i, His arm has ringworm marks all over it. 2. do s.t irregularly, such that the results are splotched or irregularly spaced spots. Ang bungbung naglap-aklap-ak sa litrátu, Photos are pasted all over the wall in an irregular fashion (as if spattered on the wall). Abanira giyud. Ayaw lap-aklap-áka (ilap-aklap-ak) pagpintal, Paint it a square at a time. Don’t skip around.


lap-ut

Cebuano

a. for a liquid to get thick and sticky; v. for soup to thicken. Mulap-ut ang sabaw sa útan nga sagúlan ug bisul, Vegetable soup thickens if yautia is stewed with it. Haúna sa dì pa makalap-ut, Take it out before it gets thick. Ang harína nakalap-ut (nakapalap-ut) sa sabaw, The flour made the soup too thick. -ay, -ay(→) see lap-ut.


lap-ut

Cebuano

v. get slightly burnt, lightly injured from heat or acid. Nalap-ut ang ákung tudlù sa asidu muryatiku, My finger got scalded with muriatic acid. Nalap-ut ákung bukubuku sa ínit, My back got burnt in the sun; n. light burn.


lapa

Cebuano

sole


lápà

Cebuano

v. 1. cut into sizeable chunks. Lapáa ang bábuy unyà atarúha, Cut the pig in chunks and group them into portions for sale; 2. hack to pieces. Dinhi siya lapáag sundang sa naghuramintádu, He was hacked to pieces in this place by a man who ran amok.


lapa-lapa

Cebuano

sole


lapad

Cebuano

a. 1. flat, level surface. Lapad siyag nawung, She has a flat face. Lapad ug tiil, Flat-footed or having the toes wide apart; 2. broad, having considerable width. Lapad nga karitíra, The broad highway. Lapad nga kayutáan, Vast stretches of land; v. 1. be flat, wide. Mulapad kag baril, mauy ikural, Flatten barrels to make into a fence. Naglapad lang nang ilung mu, Your nose is so flat; 2. widen or broaden. Nagkalapad na ang baul nga gihawánan na, The field has more area now that it has been cleared of bushes. Lapdan ang lamísa kay gamay ra, The table will be made wider because it is too narrow. — ang atay v. be, become flattered (lit. for the liver to expand). Mulapad (malapad) dáyun nang íyang atay basta daygun, It goes to her head if you flatter her; n. flat, pocket-sized bottle for liquor (slang). pa- n. matting made out of woven palm fronds; v. make this matting. pa-(←) sa papil, kaugalíngun v. do something so as to project a good image of oneself. Nagpalápad siya sa papil maung midunar, He made a donation in order to give himself a good public image. -g- see lapad (plural). ha- a. wide, broad. laparun a. flattish in surface. ka- 1. state of being large, broad; 2. see gilapdun. gilapdun n. width. Kwatru piyis ang gilapdun (kalapad) sa playwud, The plywood is 4′ in width.


lapad

Cebuano

broad


lapad

Cebuano

palm


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