Meaning of lutaw

lutaw

Cebuano

adj. evident



lutaw

Cebuano

buoyancy


lutaw

Cebuano

float


lutaw

Cebuano

v. 1. float. Ang asyíti mulutaw sa túbig, Oil floats on water; 1a. move gracefully as if floating on air. Nindut tan-áwun ang maglíap nga maglutaw, It is nice to see a basketball shot where the player just floats up to the basket as he sinks it in. 2. show, manifest itself. Usa ka pahiyum milutaw sa íyang nawung, A smile showed on his face; 2a. for a character trait, truth, and the like to come out. Milutaw na ang tinúud níyang batásan, His real character now came out. Mulutaw ra ang tinúud, The truth will eventually come out; 2b. — ang ganansiya for it to be clear that there is going to be a profit; 3. for fish to come to the surface. Andáma ang báling kay hápit na mulutaw ang bansíkul, Prepare the net because the mackerel are about to surface; 4. for fever or measles to come out and fully develop. Walà nay kuyaw kun mulutaw (makalutaw) na ang dáp, There is no more danger once the measles rash appears; 5. — sa hángin a lacking awareness of something Dílì mahímung maglutaw sa hángin ang átung mga anak sa kalisud sa pangwarta, Our children should know how hard it is to earn money. b having an uncertain outcome. Naglutaw pa sa hángin ang ákung numramyintu, My appointment is still up in the air; n. freeboard. Lagmit ta malúnud kay gamay ang lutaw sa sakayan, We might sink because the boat has a small freeboard. — ug dugù glowing with a healthy pink color. Lutaw ug dugù ang mga dugung Katsílà, People who have Spanish blood have a healthy pinkish complexion. — ang ganansiya clearly affording a profit. Lutaw ang ganansiya sa nigusyung bay-ansil, You clearly will make a profit in the buying and selling business. (←) n. low-lying place near the shore into which sea water enters, but separated from the main sea by a bar of dry land. pa- n. something to hasten the coming out of a rash or fever. pina- n. a kind of rice cake (bibingka) cooked by steam.