List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter L - Page 86

lutó, lutô

Hiligaynon

To tarry, linger, loiter, prolong one's stay or conversation, etc. See lásgò, paútus.



lútos

Hiligaynon

Surpassed, outdone, inferior to another in any respect; to surpass, outdo, overcome, be superior to, vanquish, defeat, beat, conquer. Lútos siá ni Fuláno sa mánggad, sa kaálam, sa kataasón, etc. He is inferior to N.N. in wealth, in learning, in height, etc. He is not so wealthy, learned, tall, etc. as N.N. Linútos siá ni Fuláno. He was defeated by N.N. Lutóson siá ni Fuláno sa kaísug. N.N. will be superior to him in strength (bravery). He will be outdone in strength or bravery by N.N. Indì mo malútos ang íya nga katarúngan. You cannot beat (hold your ground or stand up against) his argument. (see daúg).


lutós

Hiligaynon

Vanquished, worsted, beaten, surpassed, inferior to. (see lútos).


lútsan, etc.

Hiligaynon

From lusút-to slip through, etc.


lúu, etc.

Hiligaynon

See lóo, etc.


lúwa

Hiligaynon

See lúa-recitation.


See luág; luág-lúag-ladle; shoulder blade, scapula.


luwán-lúwan

Hiligaynon

Changeling, shifty, etc. See liwánlíwan.


luwáng

Hiligaynon

See luáng-room, etc.


luwás

Hiligaynon

See luás-to free, redeem, etc.


lúy-on

Hiligaynon

To give way, give, sag, double up, as a sack, a corpse, etc., if lifted, or as a piece of cloth held open does, when a weight is put in the middle of it. Naglúy-on ang sáko nga arína sang paghákwat ko sinâ. The sack of flour gave (way) in the middle, when I lifted it. (see táboy).


luyâ

Hiligaynon

(H) Tired, exhausted, wearied, fatigued, done up. (see kapóy, paúl, nabúdlay).


lúyà

Hiligaynon

(H) To fatigue, fag, tire, weary, become tired, fagged or weary. Nalúyà (nagkalúyà) siá sang paglakát. He got tired from walking. (see kápoy, búdlay, pául).


lúya

Hiligaynon

Weakness, debility, feebleness; to become weak, feeble, debile. Nalúya (nagkalúya) siá. He became weak. Naluyáhan akó sa íya. He appears to me to be weak. Ginlúya sang balatían ang íya láwas. The disease (sickness) enfeebled him, made him weak. Linuyáhan ang íya kabubút-on sang amó nga katarúngan. Those arguments weakened his intention (will). (see pígaw).


lúya, lúy-a

Hiligaynon

Ginger; a plant whose seeds are used for flavouring fish, etc. and also for preparing a beverage called "tahô".


lúyag

Hiligaynon

Liking, desire, relish, enjoyment, wish; to like, relish, desire, care for, delight in, derive pleasure from, take to, take a fancy to, fancy, hanker after, covet. Anó ang lúyag mo? What do you like (want, wish)? Ang ákon lúyag amó--. What I like is--. Malúyag ikáw sinâ? Do you like it? Ang mga páhò amó gid ang ginaluyágan níya sa pagkáon. Mangoes are just the thing he likes to eat very much. (see buút, wíli, lípay, hándum).


luyág

Hiligaynon

To be fond of, attached to, have a passion for, take a fancy to, look sweet upon, fall in love with. Nagakaluyág siá sa kay Fulána. Ginakaluyagán níya si Fulána. He is passionately fond of N.N. He has fallen in love with N.N. (see gúgma-love, affection).


luyág-lúyag

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of lúyag. Also: whim, caprice, fancy, wish, desire, hankering.


luyásyas

Hiligaynon

To rush upon, strike or beat against something with full force. (see yásyas, dásdas, dáldal).


luyát

Hiligaynon

Hanging down loosely or in folds and wrinkles as the skin of old or very lean folks. See layát id. Luyát na ang íya pánit or nagaluyát na ang íya pánit. His skin is hanging down in folds.


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