Meaning of lami

lami

Cebuano

delicious



lami

Cebuano

good


lami

Cebuano

n. flavor


lami

Cebuano

n. taste


lami

Cebuano

savor


lami

Cebuano

savory


lamì

Cebuano

a. 1. tasty, giving a delicious feeling or taste. Lamì nga pagkáun, Delicious food. Lamì nga isturya, A pleasurable talk; 1a. — nga i-(verb) it would be lovely to . . . Lamì rung ikalígù sa dágat, How nice it would be to go swimming now; 2. beautiful to look at. Lamì kaáyu siyag kurtína, She has beautiful curtains; n. 1. taste, flavor. Way lamì, Tasteless. Kining isdáa lamig lápuk, This fish tastes like mud; 2. orgasm. Dúgay siyang abtan sa lamì, It takes her a long time to come to her orgasm; v. 1. be, become pleasant to the senses. Mulamì (malamì) ang sud-an ug bitsinan, The food becomes tasty if monosodium glutamate is added to it. Ang pagsinabtanay mauy makalamì (makapalamì) sa panagtiáyun, Understanding is the thing that makes a marriage pleasant. Lamian kung mubunal ug bátang pilyu, I love to whip naughty boys; 2. reach orgasm. — ug kalit v. take a sudden unexpected turn. Maáyu pa tung ámung isturya unyà milamì lang siyag kalit, nasukù man lang nákù, We were having a nice talk. Suddenly something got into her, and she got mad at me. Lúya na ang buksidur, unyà sa katapúsang ráwun milamì lag kalit, gidabudabuhan ang kuntra, The boxer had gotten weak. Then suddenly at the last round he seemed to have gotten his second wind and rained heavy blows on his opponent; v. become more interesting. Naglámì (nagkalámì) ang ílang isturya human makainum, Their talk got more interesting after they had had some drinks. pa-(←) v. 1. do something to add to the taste, pleasurableness of something; 2. indulge oneself in something nice. Nagpalámì siya ug katúlug ug wà gánì maghunàhúnàg digámu, She’s sleeping blissfully without even thinking about cooking breakfast; n. seasoning. palamìlámì v. indulge in sexual pleasures of any sort; n. sexual indulgence. -an a. delicious; v. get to be delicious.