List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter L - Page 4

lábnog

Hiligaynon

A kind of plant. Its leaves are used as a remedy for headache.



lábnok

Hiligaynon

A plant whose soft young shoots are edible like those of the "salámyog."


lábnot

Hiligaynon

To draw or pull out with a jerk, jerk out, grab, grasp, seize with some force, take hold of suddenly and swiftly. Labnotá ang bastón. Grab the stick. (of gúnut, hábnus, húnus).


labô

Hiligaynon

A blow, stroke, slash (of any sharp-edged instrument); to strike, scotch, smite, slash, cut. Ilabô sa idô ang ímo binángon. Strike the dog with your bolo. Laboá ang mán-og. Scotch the snake. Ginlaboán níla iníng tápì, sing makátlo, kay makítà pa ang tátlo ka ági. Sín-o balá ang naglabô? They made three cuts in this board, for the three marks can be seen still. Who can have made those cuts? Pinatáy siá sang buyóng sa isá ka labô sang talibóng. He was killed by the brigand with one stroke of his heavy bolo. (láb-on-laboón).


labó

Hiligaynon

To be or become tasty; savoury (of squashes and tubers, etc.; see rabó id.).


lábo

Hiligaynon

To dye, steep in colour. (see lúgum, húlum).


labó-labó

Hiligaynon

Striped, alternate (of colours); to alternate colours (in dyeing cloth, etc.). (see lábo).


labôlabô

Hiligaynon

(B) Dropsy. (see palanghubág, palamanóg).


labôlaboón

Hiligaynon

(B) Dropsical.


labóy

Hiligaynon

Loose, slack, not tight, not taut; to loosen, get loose, slacken. Naglabóy ang páha ko. My belt got loose. Húgta ang páha mo, agúd índì maglabóy ang sárwal mo. Tighten your belt, lest your trousers should get slack. Laboyí ang higót sang dúyan, kay támà katáas. Let out the rope of the hammock, for it is too high. Nalaboyán ko ang kalát. I loosened the rope. Laboyí ang kalát, kay támà katáning. Slacken the rope, for it is too tight. Ilabóy akó ánay siníng higót. Please loosen this string for me.


lábra

Hiligaynon

(Sp. labrar) To strike, cut, hew down; dress, trim, carve, hew. Labrahí ang káhoy sang binángon. Trim or dress the wood with the bolo. Wásay ang ilábra mo sa káhoy nga pulukanón nga halilígyon. Use a hatchet to trim the tree that is to be cut down and made into a post. Ginlabrahán níya siá sang talibóng. He smote him with a large bolo. (see básbas, labô).


lábtan

Hiligaynon

From lábut.


lábtik

Hiligaynon

A flick, flip, stroke, blow, hit; to flick, flip, strike, lash, whip, beat. Ginlabtikán siá níya sang bulunál. He struck him with the whip-or-He gave him a flick of the whip. Labtikí siá bangúd sang maláut nga íya nga ginhímò. Let him smart for his wicked deed. Indì mo siá paglabtikán sang matalúm mo nga dílà. Don't lash him with your bitter (sharp) tongue. Nabáton níya ang tátlo ka lábtik. He received three strokes. Metaphorically: To give to understand, hint at. Linabtikán níya si Fulána sang íya gúgma. He gave Miss N.N. an inkling of his love for her. (see lábyog, búnal, hámpak, hánot).


lábtog

Hiligaynon

Blister, pustule. (see líbtug, libutúg, láp-ok).


lábtog

Hiligaynon

Chopped, minced, hashed; to be converted into hash. Palábtog-to chop up, mince and mix. Kárne nga pinalábtog. Minced meat. Hash.


lábtoy

Hiligaynon

Weak, feeble, slow; to become weak, etc. Naglábtoy siá sa pagpangabúdlay, kay nagmasakít siá. He became too feeble for work, because he had been ill. Ginalabtoyán akó sang íya nga pangaláptan. He seems to me too weak to work. In my opinion he is too feeble to do his job. (see lúyà, lúya).


lábud

Hiligaynon

Sediment, dregs, lees, grounds (of liquids); the last of a series, as the very last child in a family; to form dregs, etc. Nalabúdan (-úran) ang salúd sang tubâ. The receptacle for collecting toddy is full of sediment. (see lágtok).


labúd

Hiligaynon

Weal, wale, mark (of a whip or the like); a streak, stripe (of two threads or fibres); to streak, stripe, mark with stripes. Ilabúd sa kabáyo ang látigo. Labudí (-urí) ang kabáyo sang látigo. Give the horse the whip. May labúd ang íya nga písngi. There is a weal on his cheek. Búnal nga waáy labúd. A whipping without weals, i.e. a severe scolding, adverse criticism, etc. Ang sámay sang ákon patádyong isá gid lang ka labúd nga sedalína, ápang ang íya sang patádyong ni mánang duhá gid ka púlò ka labúd nga sedalína. The stripes in my skirt consist of only two silk threads, but those in the skirt of my eldest sister consist of forty silk threads. Butangí ang ákon báyò sing duhá ka labúd nga mapulá. Put two red stripes into my jacket. (see lábhag, lábtik, sámay, guráy).


labúd-labúdon

Hiligaynon

Full of dregs or sediment; streaked, striped. (see lábud, labúd).


labúg

Hiligaynon

(B) A kind of basket, clothes basket. (see lágban).


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