List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter L - Page 66

lónggong

Hiligaynon

To shake a dice-box or the like. Longgongón mo ang káha sang pósporo. Shake the match-box. Ginalónggong níya ang sulúdlan kag nagalungkágay ang sulúd sinâ. He is shaking the receptacle and its contents are rattling. Ginlónggong níya ang alkansía kag naglágting ang pílak. He shook the money-box and the coins jingled.



longgóngan

Hiligaynon

A dice-box or any other box used for the purpose of shaking; place or room where the game of dice is played.


lónlon

Hiligaynon

Pure, etc. See lúnlun.


lonók

Hiligaynon

A sort of mangrove, growing to a great size and giving off a great number of branch-roots.


lónok

Hiligaynon

Gruel; the thick rice-water on top of boiling rice; to take off or procure such rice-water. Kuhái sing lónok ang tiníg-ang. Take the rice-water off the top of the boiling rice. Lonókan mo ang masakít. Get some thick rice-water soup for the sick person. Maglónok ka sing isá ka pínggan nga lónok sa masakít. Make a plateful of rice-water soup for the sick person. Indì na siá makatulún sing kán-on; ginalonókan lang námon. He cannot swallow rice any longer; we are feeding him on gruel (rice-water soup). (lúnok id.).


loó

Hiligaynon

Spoiled, rotten, especially of coconuts. (see lóo).


lóo, loó

Hiligaynon

To rot, become decomposed, contract a bad smell, decay, go bad, go mouldy, especially applied to coconuts, or the like, that are not air-tight, and which soon spoil, unless they are opened completely and dried in the sun. Naglóo iníng lubí. This coconut was spoiled. Indì mo pagpaloóhon ang mga lubí. Do not let the coconuts rot. (N. B. In Hiligáynon loó (luó) seems to be more in use than lóo).


lóob

Hiligaynon

To crouch down, to sit down in a crouching position, sit on one's heels, squat; crouching posture. Ang mungâ kon nagahilúmhum nagalóob sa pugarán. When the hen is hatching, she sits down low on her nest.


loób-lóob

Hiligaynon

A hole, ditch, rut, depression; gorge, ravine. (see lóblob).


loób-lóob

Hiligaynon

Dim. of lóob. Also: full of ruts or holes, applied to roads. Loób-lóob ang dálan. The road is full of holes.


lóod

Hiligaynon

A nauseating stench; to have or feel a nauseating smell. Nagalóod ang ginháwa ko. I feel like vomiting. Naloóran (-ódan) akó siníng kabahô. I feel sick on account of this bad smell.


loóg

Hiligaynon

Hole, depression, cavity, hollow, low-lying land. (see libaóng, limpásong, líb-o, búhò).


lóog

Hiligaynon

To push the finger, the hand, a stick, etc., into a hole or narrow aperture. Lóg-a ang ímo tiláok sang túdlò mo. Push the finger down your gullet. Lóg-a iníng pasók. Grope or feel inside this piece of bamboo. Ginlóog (iginlóog) níla sa bábà sang Aton Ginóo ang pangalikóg nga basâ sang ápdo kag lánggaw. They put to Our Lord's lips (mouth) the sponge soaked with gall and vinegar. (see lóglog, kúut).


lóok

Hiligaynon

A thicket, a piece of dense undergrowth, corner, out-of-the-way place. Indì ka magtádag sa lóok, kay básì may mán-og dirâ. Don't put your foot into the thicket, for there may be a snake there.


loók

Hiligaynon

Corner, nook, out-of-the-way-place. (see lóok, soók, toók, etc.).


lóok

Hiligaynon

To surround, keep at bay, drive into a corner, encircle, beset, hem in, compass. Loóka siá. Surround him (so that he cannot escape). Ginlóok níla ang báboy túbtub nga dinakúp níla. They surrounded the pig till they caught it. (see bánsok).


loóm

Hiligaynon

In the shade, not receiving much light, dark, gloomy, dreary, lonely; to be in the shade, lonely, gloomy, desolate, lonesome, not in the light. Loóm iníng lugár. This is a dark, gloomy, lonely place. Nagloóm inâ nga baláy, kay nagdalágkù na ang mga tanúm nga nagalíbut sa íya. This house has become dark, gloomy, since the trees (plants) surrounding it have grown. Naloomán akó siníng lugár. This place seems to me to be quite dark, gloomy, lonely or dreary. (see góom, gúnum).


loón

Hiligaynon

(B) Lid, cover; to put a lid on. Lón-i ang kólon. Put a lid on the rice-pot. (see takúp, bísò, táklub).


loós

Hiligaynon

Mellow, ripe, said of fruit that has been kept for some time after plucking.


lóos

Hiligaynon

To set aside or preserve fruit in a safe place to let it get ripe or mellow. Loósa-or-paloósa ang páhò. Keep the mangoes till they are mellow. Paloósi akó sing mga kabúgaw, kay iamóma ko sa mga dumulúaw sa áton pándot. Set aside some pomeloes for me, for I intend to give them to the visitors at our feast.


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