List of Cebuano words starting with the letter L - Page 63

lawak

Cebuano

n. room in a house or building; v. make a room. Gilawakan ku ang sílung pára sa mga gamit, I made a room in the basement for the tools.



lawak dawatanan

Cebuano

n. parlor


lawak higdaan

Cebuano

n. bedroom


lawak hulataan

Cebuano

n. waiting room


lawak hulatanan

Cebuano

lobby


bathroom


lawak lutoanan

Cebuano

kitchen


lawak sa atop

Cebuano

loft


n. nursery


lawak sa silong

Cebuano

cellar


lawak sulodlan

Cebuano

lobby


lawak tipiganan

Cebuano

closet


láwang

Cebuano

a. for an area to be wide, spacious. Mas láwang ang tinisan kay sa baskitan, A tennis court is wider than a basketball court; n. space across, width. Pila ka mitrus ang láwang sa kalsáda? How many meters wide is the road? v. be, become wide or spacious. lawanglawang, lawangláwang v. 1. have too much space for the amount of material put in. Naglawanglawang ang trák padúlung sa syudad kay way pasahíru, The truck went to the city nearly empty because there were no passengers; 2. be in a place which is too spacious. Maglawanglawang ta sa dakung balay, We’ve got room to burn in that huge house; 3. make something wider. Gilawanglawang ang silya sa manidyǐr, The manager’s chair was given a wider seat.


lawang lad-an

Cebuano

tarantula


lawanlawan

Cebuano

see lawanglawang. see lawang.


láwas

Cebuano

n. 1. body of human or animal. taput — the clothes on one’s back. Ang ákung nasalbǎr sa súnug ang taput láwas, All I could save from the fire was the clothes on my back; 2. the frame or main part of a structure. Láwas sa ayruplánu, Fuselage of the plane. Ang láwas sa angkla, The shank of the anchor; 3. one’s turn in a game where the players perform one at a time in succession. Sa bíku kamuy páris ug aku rang usa, apan duhay láwas ku, It’ll be you two against me in hopscotch, but I get two turns; 4. — ug katarúngan body and reasoning, all one arms oneself in fighting for justice (as opposed to money, weapons). Láwas ug katarúngan ang ákung iatúbang sa ímung lantúgì, I come here not to fight, but to talk it out (offer my reasoning). 5. one who takes another person’s place, performing his functions in his absence. Ang kinamagulángang babáyi mauy láwas sa íyang inahang patay na, The eldest daughter took the mother’s place when she died; 6. tantamount to, as good as. Sa pag-insultu nímu sa ákung bána láwas ug aku ang ímung gipasakitan, If you insult my husband it is the same as if you hurt me. Bisag usa ray ákung anak, láwas gihápun ug tulu kay duha may ákung binuhì, I have only one child, but it is good as three because I have two adopted ones; 6a. good for. Miurdir kug pagkáun láwas ug tulu ka táwu, I’ll order food enough for three persons; 7a. physical strength, resistance. Tungud niíning ákung sakit walà na akuy láwas nga ikatrabáhu, Because of my illness I do not have the strength to work; 7b. one’s single body, all that one has to dispose of in working (and no more). Ug ákù ang tanan, unsa pa may ákung láwas? How could I possibly do everything. I don’t have but two hands; v. 1. have a certain kind of body. Kaniadtu nagláwas sab kug sáma kalísun kanímu karun, Formerly, I had as nice a body as you have now; 2. make a body for some structure. Kining kahúya ígù rang makaláwas sa píkas kílid sa sakayan, These boards are only enough to make one side of the boat. (→) n. 1. internode, section of a plant stem between two successive nodes. Tag-as kaáyug lawas kining ímung tubu, Your sugar cane stalks have long internodes; 2. strands of hair above the base. paN- v. be in the upper part of the strands of hair. Kasagáran manlawas ang lusà basta mamusà na, Usually nits stay in the upper part of the strands of hair when they hatch. -in-, -in-(→) n. in person, one’s physical presence; v. appear personally. Mulinawas pagsalída si Súsan Rúsis, Susan Roces will appear personally. hi- v. have sexual intercourse outside of marriage. Dì mahilangit kadtung manghiláwas, Those who fornicate will not go to heaven. Dì ka makighiláwas sa mga way bunyag, Lie not with the heathen. panghi- n. fornication. makighi-un a. fornicator. -an(→) a. physically well-built, stocky. ka-an n. the whole body. paN- n. health; general well-being of a person or animal. tagi-, tag- n. one’s person, what kind of body one has. Náa ra sa tagiláwas ug makaagwanta ba sa bug-at nga trabáhu, It depends on the person if he can stand hard work. lawasnun a. pertaining to the body or flesh. Lawasnun nga kalimpiyu, Cleanliness of the body. Lawasnun nga kahínam, Desires of the flesh.


lawas

Cebuano

n. body


lawas

Cebuano

trunk


lawasan

Cebuano

deplete


lawasnon

Cebuano

carnal


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