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.
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.