List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter L - Page 40

láya

Hiligaynon

Something thrown in, something given over and above the exact measure. See áman. Walâ gid sing láya iníng páhò nga binakál ko? Is there nothing added to the mangoes I have bought?



láyà

Hiligaynon

To be or become dry, exsiccated, to fade, wither, dry up, shrivel. Ang búlak nga naípò kahápon naláyà (nagkaláyà) na. The flower that was plucked yesterday is dry and shrivelled already. Naláyà na iníng gatóng. This firewood is dry now. Palayáa ang kawáyan ánay kag ugáling guyúron mo. Let the bamboo get dry first and then haul it. Nalayáan kamí sing madámù nga tanúm tungúd sang lakás nga ínit. Many of our plants withered away on account of the excessive heat. (see malá, ugá, layóng, layâ).


layáb

Hiligaynon

To flutter, flap, be shaken to and fro by the wind, as clothes on a line or the like. Ang íya panápton nagalayáb sa hángin. His clothes are fluttering in the wind. Ginalayáb sang hángin ang íya báyò. His jacket is being fluttered by the wind. (see úyog, hulág-húlag).


layáb-láyab

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of layáb. To stir, shake, sway, flutter, flap. Nagalayábláyab sa hángin ang mga linábhan sa sabláyan. The wash on the line is flapping in the breeze. Báyò nga layábláyab. A dress that is too wide, sits very loosely. (see karápà).


láyag

Hiligaynon

Sail, canvas, sheets; to set sail, hoist sails, provide with sails. Layági ang paráw. Hoist the sails on the outrigger. Iláyag iníng hénero. Use this cloth as a sail. Magláyag na kitá. Let us set sails. Linayágan níya ang lórtsa. He fitted out the lorcha with sails. Pinalayágan níya ang sakayán. He had sails provided for the boat.


láyag

Hiligaynon

The back of a knife, sword, bolo, etc.; to use or apply the back of a knife, etc. Layági (palayági) ang karabáw sang ímo binángon. Beat the buffalo with the back of your bolo. (see lapád).


layág

Hiligaynon

To sail, set out or forge ahead under sail. Nagalayág ang sakayán sa mahínay nga húyup sang hángin. The boat is sailing before the gentle breeze.


layáng

Hiligaynon

(B) Wide, roomy, baggy, loose, not tight or close; to be or get wide, etc. Naglayáng na ang sárwal níya, kay nagníwang. His trousers are baggy, for he has become thin. (see sángkad, hugák, halúg).


(B) Dim. and Freq. of layáng.


láyap

Hiligaynon

A small cup or bowl, salt-cellar, pepper-box or the like.


láyas

Hiligaynon

To flee, run away, bolt, make off. Nagláyas ang makáwat. The thief fled. (see lágio, lágyo).


layát

Hiligaynon

Loose, baggy, wrinkled (of skin); to get loose, etc. Naglayát ang íya pánit, kay tigúlang na siá. His skin has become wrinkled, for he is old. (see halúg, tugák, kurinót, etc.).


layát-láyat

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of layát.


layáw

Hiligaynon

To roam about freely, be out in the open air, rove, stroll about; idler, loafer, rover. Ang mga báka nagalayáw gid dirí. The cattle are roaming about here quite free. Ilayáw lang ang mga báka. Let the cattle be out in the open air, let the cattle graze or roam free, without tether. Layawí lang sang mga báka iníng halálban. Let the cattle rove at large in this pasturage. Layáw gid lang siá nga táo. He is a mere loafer. (see luyáw id.).


láygay

Hiligaynon

Admonition, exhortation, sermon, counsel, advice; to admonish, advise, exhort, enjoin, preach, counsel. Laygayí siá. Exhort or admonish him. Iláygay sa íla ang mga sógò sang Diós. Explain to them and exhort them to observe the commandments of God. Instruct them in the divine precepts. Nakabatî ikáw sang láygay sang Párì? Did you hear the priest's sermon? Indì siá magpaláygay. He will not listen to advice. Ginláygay ko inâ sa íya sing masúnsun, ápang walá siá magsapák sang ákon nga láygay. I often advised him to that effect, but he would not listen to my advice. (see túdlò, panúgyan, badlong, sáysay, etc.).


láyhab

Hiligaynon

To tear, rend, rive, rip, slit, make a hole in clothes, etc. Naláyhab ang ákon báyò, kay nasang-atán sang dúgi. My jacket was torn, because it was caught in the thorns. Ginláyhab níya ang ákon báyò, kay ginhawíran níya sang nagadalágan akó. He ripped up my jacket, for he took hold of it whilst I was running. (see gísì, rítrit, rábrab, rátrat, gíhay).


láyì

Hiligaynon

Adultery; to commit adultery. Indì ka magláyì (mangláyì). Do not commit adultery.


láylay

Hiligaynon

To sol-fa, sing a lullaby, etc. See lála, lánglang, yáyay, etc. Laylayi ang bátà. Sing a lullaby to the baby.


layô

Hiligaynon

(H) Remoteness, farness, great distance; to be remote, far off, distant, far away, far from. Naglayô sa simbáhan ang bág-o námon nga baláy, kay ginpatíndog námon sa umá. Our new home is far from the church, for we have built it on the farm. Nalayoán akó siníng minuró. This village appears to me to be far off. Layô ang Manílà, ápang layô pa gid ang Amérika. Manila is far away, but America is much farther still. (see malayô, kalayoón, pahilayô, etc.).


láyo

Hiligaynon

Ripeness, maturity; mature, quite or fully ripe; to ripen, mature, be fully ripe, quite ripe (of fruit-stones, seeds, kernels, fruits with thick husks or pods, as nuts, peas, beans, etc., but not of mangoes, bananas, plums, etc.). Nagláyo na ang kamúnsil. The kamúnsil-seed has now become quite ripe. Manuláon ka na lang siníng mga balátong, índì mo pagpalayóhon. Gather these beans now, do not let them ripen (on the plant). (see gúlang, lútò).


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