List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter L - Page 51

lilimósan

Hiligaynon

(H) A person or object worthy of an alms or on whose behalf alms are collected or solicited. (see limós).



lilímsan

Hiligaynon

See lilimósan.


lilín

Hiligaynon

(B) To turn down a hem or border, fold, double, tuck up, take a tuck in. Liliní akó sang ákon báyò. Fold up my jacket for me. Liliná ang mantél. Fold the table-cloth. Ililín akó ánay siníng papél. Please fold this paper for me. (see pilô).


lilingkóran

Hiligaynon

(H) Seat, chair, etc. See lingkóran, lingkoránan. (língkod).


lílis

Hiligaynon

See lílas-to strip, pull-, tear-, off.


lilitsónon

Hiligaynon

(H) Fit-, suitable-, prepared-, for being roasted on a spit. (see litsón).


liliwánan

Hiligaynon

(H) Place of change or repetition. Liliwánan sang pamatásan. A reformatory, house of correction. (see liwán).


lílong

Hiligaynon

Concealment-, hiding-, of the truth; to hide, conceal, suppress-, keep from-, withhold-, the truth. Indì ka maglílong sang ímo mga salâ. Don't conceal your sins. Ginlilóngan níya ang íya amáy sang pagtámbong níya sa sáut. He kept back from his father the fact that he had assisted at the dance. Ilílong mo sa íya iníng hitabû. Hide from him this event or accident. (see likúm, tágò, hinabón).


lím-aw

Hiligaynon

Gulf, large bay, sea, ocean, lake. (see dágat, línaw, lawúd).


líma

Hiligaynon

(Sp. lima) Lime, lime-tree. (ríma id.).


limá

Hiligaynon

Five; to divide by five, make or take five parts. Limahón mo ka báhin iníng túmpok nga humáy kag ipanágtag sa íla. Divide this heap of rice in five parts and distribute it to them. Anó, tátlo lang ang ímo kuháon (báklón, dálhon, etc.)? Limahá lang. Why, are you taking (buying, fetching, etc.) only three? Take (buy, fetch, etc.) five.


líma

Hiligaynon

The hand. (see alíma, kamót).


limá

Hiligaynon

To handle, take in the hand, etc. (see alíma, alimá, pangalimá, pangamót).


limálíma

Hiligaynon

A kind of plant.


límas

Hiligaynon

To worsen, make a disease worse, change for the worse (often implying a superstitious belief that one visiting a sick person after he has been to a house where someone has lately died will exert an injurious influence upon the sickness). Ginlímas níya ang katúl sang bátà, kay naghápit sa napátyan kag nagpaúlì nga walâ ánay pagtuóba. He made the child's skin-disease worse by going to a house where someone had died and returning home without being first disinfected by smoke. Naglímas siá sang ákon tígpas. He made my measles worse. Linímas níya ang hánggà (butí) sang ákon útud. On account of him my brother's smallpox got worse. (see láin, búg-at).


límas, limás

Hiligaynon

To bail-, dip-, scoop-, out water from a boat, to lighten a boat.


limátok

Hiligaynon

Mountain leech. See alimátok.


límbag

Hiligaynon

To colour, stain; to print. (see duág, bálhag).


limbáhon

Hiligaynon

A kind of coconut with reddish husks. Its milk is very tasty and sweet. (see libáhon).


límbo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. limbo) Limbo, the place where the souls of the just were detained before the coming of Christ; limb, the border or outer edge of the sun and moon.


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