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alopó-op

Hiligaynon

Dense mist, fog, vapour, cloud. Also used as a verb. May alopó-op or nagaalopó-op. There is a mist. It is misty, foggy, cloudy. Nagapangalopó-op or naalopo-ópan ang búkid. The mountain is covered with-, shrouded in-, clouds. (see ámbon, pangánud, gálum).



maginal-úmon

Hiligaynon

Cloudy, full of clouds; beclouded, confused, fuddled. (see gálum).


pangalúmbut

Hiligaynon

Freq. of kalúmbut. To wrap oneself up in (a blanket, etc.). (see pangalúgmò, panimúlon).


kúmbot

Hiligaynon

(H) Cloak, coat, mantle, cover, wrapper; to wrap up with, put on, etc. See kulámbot. Ikúmbot (ipangalúmbot) mo ang hábul sa ímo láwas. Wrap the blanket round you. (see pangalúmbot, pangulúmbut).


lúkwat

Hiligaynon

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).


lúm-ok

Hiligaynon

Soft, giving easily way to pressure; to soften, become soft, be yielding, compressible, limp, impressionable. Nalum-okán akó siníng tabákò. This tobacco seems to me to be soft. Nagalúm-ok na ang íya tagiposó-on. His heart is now getting soft or tender. Plansahá na ang báyò nga winískan mo, kay naglúm-ok na. Now, iron the jacket you sprinkled with water, for it has become quite limp now. (see hómok, yúm-ok, lúnay).


lúmbà

Hiligaynon

Race, competition; to race, run a race, cheeple-chase, compete or vie with. Nagalúmbà ang mga kabáyo. The horses are racing. Ang mga pamatán-on siníng bánwa maluyagón gid sang palúmbà sang mga bisikléta. The young men of this town are very fond of bicycle-racing. May palúmbà. There is (was, will be) a race. (see paindísíndis, únhay).


lúmbay

Hiligaynon

A new shoot, sprout, twig; to bud, sprout, shoot, put forth, burgeon, bourgeon, said of a plant or tree. Nagalúmbay ang mga páhò. The mango trees are putting forth new leaves. Nalumbayán na ang akásya. The acacia is now sprouting.


lumbayág

Hiligaynon

To run about, run to and fro, to frolic, sport, frisk. Ang mga bátà nagalumbayág sa latagón. The boys are running about (frolicking) in the open field. Ginalumbayagán níla ang nakawáan sang bánwa. They are running about in the town-square. (see kuyámpad, kuyápad, dalágan, hámpang, patabáyag).


lúmlum

Hiligaynon

A hen; brood (of chickens); to hatch, incubate, brood, sit. Ang ákon mungâ nagalúmlum karón sa (sing) napúlò kag duhá ka bílog nga ítlog sa íya pugarán. My hen is at present hatching twelve eggs in her nest. Palumlumá na lang iníng kilawát. Get this young hen to hatch (some chickens). (see hilúmhum).


lúmon

Hiligaynon

To lodge with, stay with, room with, take lodgings at, put up at, to billet, be billeted at, live in another's house. Nagalúmon na siá sa kay Fuláno. He is now staying in N.N.'s house. Maglumonáy kitá. Let us take lodgings together. Sín-o ang ímo ginalúmnan (ginalumónan)? With whom are you lodging (staying as a lodger)? Palúmna siá sa ímo baláy. Let him live in your house.


lúmpa

Hiligaynon

To walk with a halt, to limp, to be lame. Nagalúmpa siá. He walks with a halt. (see límpa, limpálímpa).


lumpá-lúmpa

Hiligaynon

Dim. of lúmpa. Nagalumpálúmpa siá, kay nasúyak ang íya tiíl. He limps a little, for his foot was pricked by a thorn. Also; to rock, toss, shake, jolt. (see limpálímpa).


lumpa-ód

Hiligaynon

(B) To fall down on one's back with some force. Nakalumpa-ód siá sa bató. His seat came down violently on the stone. Sang buút siá magpúngkò kinuháan siá ni Fuláno sang síya kag naglumpa-ód sa salúg. When he wanted to sit down, N.N. took away his chair and he fell thump on his back on the floor. Buhî pa si Fuláno? Hú-o, nagalumpa-ód pa gánì. Is N.N. alive still? Yes, and he is still pretty strong. (see úgsang).