List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter L - Page 30

lánton

Hiligaynon

The flute; to play the flute; music in general. Mahibaló ikáw maglánton? Do you know how to play the flute? Do you know music? (see lántoy, tulálay).



lánton

Hiligaynon

To hum a tune, sing la-la, sing a lullaby. Lantoní silá kay masáut silá. Hum them a tune, for they are going to dance. Maglánton na lang kamó, kay ang mga musikó mapahúway. Just hum a tune, as the musicians are going to rest. (see lála, lánglang, láylay, yáyay).


lántong

Hiligaynon

Full or highest tide, spring-tide. (see ayá-ay-neap-tide).


lántoy

Hiligaynon

A rustic or pastoral pipe, reed, flute; to play the flute. Ang mamíngaw nga lánton sang íya nga lántoy nakapanalúpsup sa íla tagiposóon. The sad tune of his flute went to their hearts, touched them deeply. (see lánton, lánglang, tulálay, etc.).


lántsa

Hiligaynon

See lánsa-launch, etc.


lantúgì

Hiligaynon

Expression, voice, sound; flute. (see tíngug, tunúg, lánton, lántoy).


lántup

Hiligaynon

Striking deep, penetrating; to penetrate, strike deep. (see turúk, tudúk, látum).


lántya

Hiligaynon

(Probably a corruption of the Sp. linterna). Lantern, light, illumination, candle, etc; to illuminate, set up lights. Nagalántya ang mga táo kon magági ang prosesyón. The people are setting up lights when the procession passes. Lantyahí ang baláy. Illuminate the house. Light the house up with festal lamps, candles, etc. Nalantyahán níla ang prosesyón sing madámù nga mga sugâ. They lit many lights for the procession.


lántyog

Hiligaynon

High, tall, large, etc. (of men, etc.); to be high, grow tall. (see lányog, láyog, lániog, lántiog).


lanúbò

Hiligaynon

Young, tender. Ang mga lanúbò sing panuigón. Those of tender years. (see lámpong, lámhad, lágbus).


lanús

Hiligaynon

(B) A bruise, weal, contusion; to bruise, cause a contusion or weal. Nalanús ang akón kamót, kay nakasúnggò sa bató. My hand got bruised because I knocked it against a stone. Indì mo paglanusón ang íya bútkon. Don't bruise his arm. Nalanusán akó sing pilá ka sipî nga ságing sa bakág. Several clusters of my bananas got bruised in the basket. (see hánog, hanóg, lanóg).


lanús

Hiligaynon

(B) Spoilt, rotten, overripe, putrid, tainted, rancid, said of coconuts, oil, peas and beans, etc. (see luó, lanóng, tanáng).


lánya

Hiligaynon

(Sp. laña) Brace, clamp, cramp-iron.


lányog

Hiligaynon

High-pitched, (of voice). See lániog id.


laód, laóg, laón

Hiligaynon

etc. See laúd, laúg, laún, etc.


láon, laón

Hiligaynon

See láun, laún.


laóng

Hiligaynon

(H) To request license, ask permission. Maglaóng ka sa kay nánay. Ask mother's permission. (This term seems to have come from Capiz).


láp-og

Hiligaynon

Put in, or on, the fire. Iláp-og ang ísdà. Put the fish in the fire. (see dáp-ung, súgba, bóog, íhaw).


láp-ok

Hiligaynon

Blister; to blister, form-, raise-, blisters, cause blisters to rise. Nagláp-ok ang ákon kamót sang pagbayó, kay walâ pa akó mabuyó. I got blisters in my hand from pounding rice, for I am not yet accustomed to it. Naláp-ok ang ákon bábà sa ápog. The lime blistered my mouth. I got blisters in my mouth from the lime. Nalap-okán ang túdlò ko, ambót kon anó ang nagpaláp-ok. My finger is blistered, I don't know what is the cause of it. (see líbtug, libutúg).


lapád

Hiligaynon

A kind of cactus.


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