Meaning of lingaw

lingaw

Cebuano

amuse



lingaw

Cebuano

entertain


lingaw

Cebuano

sport


lingaw

Cebuano

v. 1. attract one’s interest or attention. Ákung lingawun si Máma ug ikay kúhà sa dulsi, I’ll keep Mom’s attention while you get the candy; 2. entertain, amuse. Ang íyang kumidiya dílì makalingaw nákù, His jokes don’t amuse me. Nalingaw ang bátà ug panakup ug apan, The child is amused, occupying himself with catching grasshoppers; n. thing to keep oneself busy with. Ug wà kay lingaw, pagtuun, If you don’t have anything to do, you could study. ka- v. do something in one’s spare time, spend one’s time doing something Samtang nagpaábut ku, magkalingaw kug bása, While I am waiting, I will pass the time reading. lingawlíngaw v. 1. amuse, divert oneself. Human sa trabáhu, maglingawlíngaw mi, After work we amuse ourselves; 2. spend one’s spare time doing something Human dáyun ni kay ákung lingawlingáwan ug pintal human sa trabáhu, It won’t take long to get done painting because I’ll do it in my spare time after work; n. recreation, amusement. Álang kaníya ang panulat usa ka lingawlíngaw, For him writing is a form of relaxation. palingawlíngaw v. pretend to be occupied or engrossed with something to avoid confronting an embarrassing situation. Nainsultuhan gud siya piru nagpalingawlíngaw lag hinábì sa uban, She felt insulted but she just pretended to be engrossed in her conversation with other people. ka-an(←) n. amusement. Sa karnabalan daghang kalingáwan, In the fair grounds there are lots of amusements. maka-r-(←) a. affording amusement.