List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter L - Page 74

lúkba

Hiligaynon

To open, lay bare, unfold, expose. See lúk-ab. Ang lisó naglúkba sang íya bagól. The bullet laid his brain bare-or-exposed his brain. Ginlúkba níya sa padér ang isá ka dakû nga bató. He broke a great stone off the wall. (see úklab).



From lúkub, lukúb.


lúkbo

Hiligaynon

To jump, bound, leap, spring across, pounce upon, clear at a bound. Lúkbo (lumúkbo, maglúkbo) ka pa idálum. Leap down. Lukbohá ang kalóg, kodál, etc. Jump (spring) over the ditch, leap or clear the fence, etc. Lukbohí siá dirâ. Pounce upon him there. (see túmbo, lúkso, lúmpat, ámbak, úmbak).


lúkdo

Hiligaynon

To carry or balance on one's head. Lukdohá lang ang sáko. Just carry the sack on your head. Lukdohí akó siníng isá ka baláon nga humáy. Carry this basket of rice for me on your head. Ilúkdo akó siní. Please, carry this on your head for me.


lúkhò

Hiligaynon

To pass over or skip. See láktaw.


lúkhò

Hiligaynon

Wavy, rippling, rippled; to ripple, show wavy lines (of hair, etc.). (see hanúl, bálud, balúd).


lukhô-lúkhò

Hiligaynon

See laktáwláktaw. Indì ka maglukhôlúkhò sa pagbása. Don't skip lines or words whilst reading. (see luthôlúthò).


lukís

Hiligaynon

To lift up or raise a curtain, clothes, and the like. Lukisá ang báyò mo. Lift up or raise your jacket. Ginlukisán níya ang kátre sang kortína. He raised the bed curtain. Kon magtabúk ka sa subâ, índì ka maglukís sang ímo panápton sing támà kay maláw-ay. When you go across a river, don't raise your garments too much, for it is improper. (see bátak, baláking, lolós).


lúkit

Hiligaynon

Chiselled decorations, carvings, sculptured figures and designs in woodwork and stone. (see puní).


lúkit

Hiligaynon

To contrive to obtain through a small opening or aperture by means of a stick and the like. Naglúkit siá sang kwárta sa alkansía. He fished out the money from the slotted bamboo money-box. Ginlukítan níya ang káha nga may búslot kag kináwat ang nasulúd nga pílak. He contrived to get into the money box and stole the money inside. (see lúgit).


lúkmat

Hiligaynon

To suffer a relapse, get sick again. Naglúkmat ang íya hubág, pilás, balatían, etc. His ulcer, wound broke open again, he fell sick again, etc. Nalukmatán siá sang íya síkmat. He had a relapse of rheumatic pains in the back. Tagám ka, agúd índì maglúkmat ang bala-úd mo. Take care lest you should get dysentery again. (see búghat, liwán).


lúknit

Hiligaynon

To tear asunder, separate the fibres, strip. Luknitá ang burí. Tear the burí-stalks asunder. Luknití ang mga pánday sing limá ka pakláng sang burí, kay nagakinahánglan silá siná sa tambárà. Tear five burí-stalks into strips for the carpenters, because they need them for the scaffolding.


lukó

Hiligaynon

To lie down with legs bent under (said of animals). Nagalukó ang karabáw sa pamulákan-or-ginalukoán (-lukohán) sang karabáw ang pamulákan. The buffalo is lying down in the garden. (see dúm-ug, lúp-ug).


lukón

Hiligaynon

A large sea lobster. See lokón.


lúkop

Hiligaynon

See líkop-to surround, etc.


lúkos

Hiligaynon

The cuttle-fish, squid, sepia. (see lókos).


lukót

Hiligaynon

Rolled up, wound up, baled; wrinkled, creased. Lukót nga baníg, amákan, etc. A rolled up-bed mat,-bamboo mat (for drying rice upon), etc. (see yokô, yokót, yókot).


lúkot

Hiligaynon

To roll up, wind up; to wrinkle, crease, rumple, ruffle. Indì mo paglukóton ang papél, kay mayókot. Don't roll up the paper, for it might become creased. (see yókot, lolós).


lúkot

Hiligaynon

To sit on a hammock or the like. Ginpaándam níya kamí nga índì námon paglukótan ang dúyan, kay támà na gid kagabúk. He warned us not to sit on the hammock, for it is quite rotten. (Probably this "lúkot" is identical with the foregoing, but is used here metaphorically).


lukót-lukót

Hiligaynon

A kind of parasitic plant growing on mango trees, etc.


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