Meaning of luma

luma

Cebuano

old



lumà

Cebuano

v. 1. for a liquid to seep through something and stain it. Milumà ang dugù sa bindáhi, Blood seeped through the bandage and stained it. Gilum-an nag buling ang kwilyu, Dirt has stained the collar where sweat seeped into the cloth; 2. leave a mark. Milumà ang banig sa ímung nawung, The mat you were lying on has left marks on your face; n. 1. stain or dirt carried by liquid; 2. mark. pa- v. trace on something to reproduce a copy. Mupalumà ku sa ímung drúwing, I’ll trace your drawing.


lúmà

Cebuano

v. be overshadowed by something else, put into the background (used by speakers influenced by Tagalog). Malúmà nang púlu nímug isul-ub ku tung ákung mahalun, Your sport shirt will be relegated to the background if I wear my expensive one.