Meaning of laguk

laguk

Cebuano

n. 1. sticky, resinous substance taken from trees, esp. the tipúlu tree; 2. trap for birds and small insects using this resin. The trap is baited and the birds get stuck; v. trap birds with laguk. Nakalaguk si Silis ug limúkun, Celes caught a dove with laguk. paN- v. go trap game with laguk.



laguk

Cebuano

v. for a liquid to come out scantily from its source. Ígù na lang nilaguk ang túbig sa tubud, The water in the spring was just coming out in a few drops. Wà giyud mulaguk ang íyang mata sa pagkamatay sa íyang inahan, Not a tear formed in her eyes when her mother died. Wà na giyud maglaguk ang sanggutan tungud sa huwaw, The coconut palm didn’t produce a drop of toddy because of the drought.


laguk

Cebuano

see lad-uk.