List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter L - Page 14

láhus

Hiligaynon

Quick, expeditious, speedy, by a short-cut; to do something quickly, expeditiously, in less than ordinary time, speedily, with speed. Láhus nga trabáho. Expeditious work. Lahúsa gid ang paglútò sang manók. Cook the chicken quickly. Nagaláhus lang siá sang íya mga buluhatón, sang íya pagsulát, pagtahî, etc. He performs his duties, his writing, his sewing, etc. expeditiously. Lahúson mo lang ang ákon panápton, kay may kadtoán akó sa buás. Get my dress ready at once, for I have to go out to-morrow. (see dalî, dalî-dálì, dagúndon).



láhus

Hiligaynon

To look for on the spur of the moment, try to-find,-obtain,-get-, at once. Nagaláhus siá sing kwárta. He is trying to get some money. Nagláhus siá sing manók, asín, páhò, etc. He tried to obtain at once some chicken, salt, mangoes, etc. Ginlahúsan níya si Fuláno sing humáy. He quickly got some rice for N.N. Lahúsi siá sing tabákò. Find him some tobacco or cigars (without delay). Iláhus mo akó ánay (Paunáhi akó sing madalî) sing duhá ka písos. Please advance me two pesos at once. (see húsà, ságap, sághap, lághap).


lahús

Hiligaynon

To pass through, percolate, strain, filter through. Nagalahús ang kapé sa salaán. The coffee passes through the strainer. Palahusá ang tsá sa salaán. Filter the tea through the strainer. (see sálà, tahús).


lahús-láhus

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of láhus. To do rather quickly; pay only a short visit to, etc. Ginalahúsláhus lang níya ang Manílà. He is just passing through Manila, is not tarrying there or staying long. Duáwa silá bisán lahúsláhus lang ang ímo pagdúaw-or-bísan sing lahúsláhus lámang. Pay them a visit, even if it is a very short one.


laímnan

Hiligaynon

(B) Bad, ugly, nasty, disagreeable, annoying, jarring. (see límnan, láin, maláin, maláut).


laín

Hiligaynon

Different, not the same, altered, changed; to become different, to alter, vary, change. Naglaín na ang duág sang íya báyò. The colour of his jacket has changed. Lainón mo ang ímo batásan. Change your manners or habits. Ginlaín níya ang íya baláy, sulát, etc. He changed his house, letter, etc. He made some changes or alterations in his house, letter, etc. Lainí akó sing baláy. Build a different house for me (i.e. one that is not an imitation or likeness of another). (see túhay).


láin

Hiligaynon

To be or become bad, worsen, deteriorate, degenerate; to be or become sick, ill, to faint, swoon. Nagláin ang íya batásan. His behaviour has changed for the worse. His character (habits) has (have) degenerated. Nagláin ang íya ginháwa. He swooned, had a fainting fit, lost consciousness, his condition has become serious, or the like. Ang nalaínan sang ákon buút amó--. What-grieves me,-I find fault with, is--. Magaláin inâ kunína. It will turn out bad in the end. Sing makadámù ang mga talapuánan nga maáyo sing kamunóan nagaláin sa katapúsan. Often societies that start well have a bad ending. Indì pagigkaláin sang ímo buút kon--. Don't take it ill (amiss), if--. (see láut).


laín-láin

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of láin and laín. Nagalaínláin ang íya ginháwa. He gets unconscious at intervals. He feels quite bad at times. Nagakalaínláin ang búlbul sang kapispísan. The feathers of birds differ, vary, are not the same in size and colour. Ang nagakalaínláin nga kahimtángan sang mga táo. The various conditions or occupations of men.


laíng

Hiligaynon

Dirt, filth, any foul or waste matter, as mud, dust, sweepings, rubbish or the like; to be or become dirty, soiled, etc. Iníng salúg naglaíng sa mahígkò nga sapín sang mga dumulúaw. This floor has got dirty from the dusty boots of the visitors. Dílì nínyo pagpalaingón ang salúg sang simbáhan. Don't dirty the church-floor. (see raíng, dágtà, hígkò, bulíng, músing, rigám).


laís

Hiligaynon

Boar; genital; whoremonger; panglaís-to be lewd. (see butakál).


laís

Hiligaynon

To push, toss, shove, thrust. Ginlaís siá sang karabáw sa púnò sang páhò. The buffalo tossed him against the trunk of the mango tree.


lák-ang

Hiligaynon

A step, etc. See lakáng.


lakâ

Hiligaynon

Spaced wide asunder, with plenty of space between, thin; to be or become wide apart. Ang maís naglakâ, kay madámù ang napatáy. The corn grew sparsely, for much of it died. Lakaón ukón garotón námon ang pagpánggas sang kadiós? Shall we plant the cadios-peas wide apart or near together?


lákad

Hiligaynon

To step over, climb over, cross a fence, etc. Lakáda, lakádi (lakára, lakári) ang kodál. Step over the fence. Indì akó makalákad dirí kay matáas. I cannot get over here, for it is too high. (see lákbang, lákbay, lákdang, lákday, báklay).


lakád-lákad

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of lákad-to step over something, etc.


lakadán

Hiligaynon

A sort of stile or low fence easily stepped over by grown-up persons, but high enough to stop small children and animals; fender, guard. (see lakarán id.).


lakáng

Hiligaynon

A step, pace, stride; to step, pace, stride. Maglakáng ka sing makalimá. Take five steps. Lakangí ang kinitáan sang tápì. Walk along the board-seam. Lakangá lang ang kalóg. Just step over the ditch. Lakangí lang ang kalóg. Walk along the ditch. (see tikáng).


lakarán

Hiligaynon

(H) Stile, fender, guard. Butangí ang ganháan sing lakarán, agúd índì makagwâ ang mga bátà. Put a fence across the door, so that the children cannot go out. (see lakadán).


lakás

Hiligaynon

Excessive, exorbitant, extravagant, to excess, superabundant, profuse, too much, overmuch, more than enough, beyond the proper limit, unreasonable, immoderate; to be or do to excess, etc. Lakás man inâ. That's really too much. Indì ka magkáon sing lakás, kay maláin inâ sa láwas mo. Don't eat too much, for it is bad for your health. Naglakás na ang bilí sang humáy. The price of rice has grown exorbitant. Nalakasán akó sang íya nga ginhámbal, ininúm, kináon, etc. He talked, drank, ate, etc. too much for my taste. Sa lakás nga pangabúdlay nagbalatián siá. Due to excessive work he fell ill. (see támà, masiádo, dúro, lám-ag).


lakát

Hiligaynon

(H) To go, start out, walk on foot, foot it, trudge, tramp, hike, march, pace, step; travel; go away, leave; be current or passing. Lakát (maglakát) ka na. Go now. Lákta (lakatá) ang Ilóngílong. Go to Iloilo (on foot). Lákti (lakatí) iníng dálan. Walk along this road. Lináktan níla ang bág-o nga dálan. They took the new road. Walâ níla pagalákti ang dálan sang katarúngan. They are not walking the road of righteousness. Naglakát na siá. He has gone (away). He has left. Palákta siá. Make him go. Let him go (on foot). Send him away. Ang túig (búlan) nga nagalakát. The current year (month). Ang bilí nga nagalakát. The current price. (see pánaw, lúmbus, kádto, laláktan, lalákton).


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