List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter L - Page 75
A young locust, not yet able to fly, a hopper. When grown to maturity it is called apán.
To jump, leap, bound, spring, hop, clear at a bound. Maglúkso ka. Jump. Luksohí siá. Leap or spring at him. Luksohá ang pángpang, ang kodál. Leap down the bank, jump over the fence. Indì nínyo pagluksohán ang kaláyo. Don't jump over the fire. (see lúkbo, lúmpat, túmbò, ámbak, úmbak).
The kneejoint. See lokó-lokoán.
Covered, shrouded, concealed.
Fraud, trick, cheating; to turn upside down; to fleece, cheat, trick, defraud, rob. (see dáyà, límbong, lág-it, kulúb).
To cover, extend, spread over; to crouch, squat, sit upon. Nalúkban ang umá sang apán. The field was covered with locusts. (see tábon, lúkup, lóob).
To surround, cover, spread over. Nalukúpan ang lángit sing madámol nga gál-um. The sky was covered with thick clouds. (see líkop, lúkub, tábon).
Ring, periphery, circumference; to circle round. (see líkus, linukúsan).
To turn upside down, overthrow; to wriggle, writhe, tumble. Nagalúmpat kag nagalúkwat siá súbung sang isá ka pakâ. He jumps and tumbles like a frog. (see balískad, balínsay, lúkso).
Burden, load; to burden with, load. Ginlulánan níya ang kángga sing mabúg-at nga lúlan. He put a heavy load on the cart. May inoglúlan ikáw? Have you any goods to be loaded? (see dalá, lúkdo).
An exclamation and curse, mostly used as an introduction to an emphatic statement together with "pastilán", as "pastilán nga daw lúlay". Confound it! Blast it! A plague upon it! Woe betide it!
A paralytic, cripple, one deprived of the use of his limbs.
The queen of termites or white ants.
A person or thing to be reclaimed, redeemed or set free. (see luás).
To be very kind to each other, attached to each other. Nagalulúay gid iníng duhá ka magútud. These two sisters are very much attached to each other. (see lolô).