Meaning of kalag

kalag

Cebuano

n. apparition



kalag

Cebuano

n. ghost


kalag

Cebuano

n. soul


kalag

Cebuano

n. spirit


kalag

Cebuano

psyche


kalag

Cebuano

specter


kalag

Cebuano

spectre


kalag

Cebuano

spook


kalag

Cebuano

n. 1. soul. Kaluy-an mu ang kalag ni Luísa, Have mercy on the soul of Louisa; 1a. a person as reckoned for count. Walà giyuy bisag usa ka kalag nagtikawtikaw sa íla, Not a soul stirred in the house; 1b. walay — a. heartless, cruel. Wà kay kág, wà kay kalúuy, You’re heartless, without mercy; 2. ghost; 3. human skeleton showing itself as a ghost. Naingun kag kalag sa kaníwang, You’re as thin as a skeleton. — sa animas thin as a soul in purgatory; v. for a ghost to haunt someone Mamatay gánì ku kágun (kalgun) tikaw, If I die, I’ll haunt you. Hikalgan siya sa íyang asáwa, He was haunted by his wife’s ghost. paN- for a ghost to come back to earth. kalagkálag n. 1. All Souls’ Day or a small party of prayers and eating on All Souls’ Day, in honor of the dead; 2. see plasíbu, n, 1. v. 1. hold such a celebration on All Souls’ Day. Káda adlaw sa minatay magkalagkálag giyud mi, Every year on All Souls’ Day we hold a celebration; 2. see plasíbu, v. pangalagkálag v. 1. go to someone’s home to celebrate the All Souls’ Day ritual; 2. see pamlasíbu. kalagkalag v. get a sickness caused by the soul of a departed relative. Walay duktur nga makaáyus íyang sakit. Gikalagkalag man diay nà siyas íyang lúlu, No doctor can cure his disease. He is suffering from an affliction caused by the soul of his grandfather. kalagnun a. spiritual.