n. 1. brown, granular residue which remains after the oil has been cooked from the coconut; 2. an old man who has lost his virility (humorous). Mamána ka ánang lagas nga wà nay lána, lúnuk na lang, Are you going to marry that very old man, when he doesn’t have any oil (sperm) left? He’s all dried up; v. form granules like lúnuk. Sigíhi ug ukay ug mulúnuk na ang tunù, Keep stirring when granules form in the coconut juice. Nalúnuk ang sabun nga íyang gilútù kay sayup ang timpla, The soap he cooked formed granules because he had the wrong mixture.