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lákbay

Hiligaynon

To go or pass over a ridge, mountain, etc. Lakbayá-or-lakbayí ang búkid, bakolód, etc. Cross over the mountain, hill, etc. (see báklay).



lákad

Hiligaynon

To step over, climb over, cross a fence, etc. Lakáda, lakádi (lakára, lakári) ang kodál. Step over the fence. Indì akó makalákad dirí kay matáas. I cannot get over here, for it is too high. (see lákbang, lákbay, lákdang, lákday, báklay).


lákbang

Hiligaynon

To step-, walk-, climb-, cross-, over. Lakbangá (lakbangí) ang kodál. Climb over the fence. (see lákad, lákbay, báklay).


lákdang

Hiligaynon

To step over, etc. See lákad, lákbang, lákbay.


lántay

Hiligaynon

A line of separation or demarcation; to establish a line, make a division or boundary line; line-guard. Bantayán mo ang lántay kag dákpon mo ang nagalákbay. Watch the line and capture any one that crosses it. Ilántay mo iníng kalát. Mark a line with this rope. Ginalantayán na níla ang bálsa sing káble, kay may katalágman nga anódon (-óron) sang sulúg. They are now providing the ferry with a cable-line, because otherwise there is danger that it may be carried off by the current. Diín ang lántay sang kadulúnan sang ínyo umá? Where is the boundary line of your fields? Ikáw amó ang lántay. You are the line-guard-or-you have to guard the line. (see látid, bántay).