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láaw

Hiligaynon

(B) To watch, observe, mark, keep an eye on, look out of a window, or the like. Nagláaw silá sa íya túbtub nga nagkábus ang íya likód. They watched him till his back disappeared (in the distance). Laáwa siá sa bintánà. Keep an eye on him from the window. (see lántaw, gáwa, bántay).



lagúlad

Hiligaynon

To wander, roam, stroll, rove, go, pass from place to place. Linagúlad níya ang amó nga dútà humalín sa katúndan túbtub sa sidlangán. He passed through that territory from West to East. (see ági, lagúyaw, laguyáwan, lagáwlágaw).


lámpas

Hiligaynon

To reach, arrive at, make, actually come to. Indì akó makalámpas sang Ilóngílong túbtub sa panyága. I cannot make Iloilo for dinner. Lampasá gíd ang Ogtóng túbtub maghápon. Try to reach Oton by evening. Ginalámpas siníng sakayán ang Ilóngílong kag Négros sa duhá ka táknà. This boat covers the distance between Iloilo and Negros within two hours. (see lángpas).


lántang

Hiligaynon

To put off, procrastinate, postpone, prolong, protract, delay, defer. Indì mo paglantangón ang ímo sugilánon. Don't spend a long time in conversation. Ginlántang níya ang pagkonpesár. He postponed going to confession. Naglántang siá dídto sang íya pagpuyô sing tátlo ka túig. He prolonged his stay there for three years. Lantangá ang ímo pagpuyô sa hospitál túbtub nga magaáyo gid ikáw. Prolong your stay in the hospital till you get quite well. Karatán siá nga dáan kag walâ níya paglantangá ang pagkádto dídto. He had been anxious for some time to go there, and did not put off his visit. (see palántang, palantánglántang which are more in use).


lántaw

Hiligaynon

To watch, observe, spy, be on the look-out, keep an eye on, see or notice from afar. Lantawá siá. Watch, him. Observe him. Lantawá ang íla mga gího kag patúga. Watch their movements and plans. Ilántaw mo akó sa íya kag kon magpalapít siá sa áton baláy dapíton mo siá nga magsákà. Please keep him in sight and if he comes near our house invite him to enter. Naglántaw siá sa íya túbtub nga nadúlà sa únhan. He gazed after him till he disappeared in the distance. (see lánaw, lampitáw, gáwa, láaw, panílag).


lapúyot

Hiligaynon

Thick, condensed, clotted, coagulated, inspissated, semi-liquid; to thicken, condense, inspissate. Naglapúyot na ang sabáw. The sauce has thickened. Dugángi ang almidón túbtub nga maglapúyot. Add more starch till it becomes thick. Gátas nga malapúyot. Condensed milk. Nalapuyótan akó siníng tsokoláte. This cocoa is too thick for me. Palapuyóti akó sing sópas, sabáw, etc. Make some thick soup, sauce, etc. for me. Ginapalapúyot níla ang lasáw sa káwà. They are inspissating the sugar-cane juice in the cauldron. Nagalapúyot na ang íla pagilináway. Their fighting is getting thick i.e. they are now fighting in real earnest, tooth and nail. They are getting to grips. (see lángiaw-thin, watery).


lásog

Hiligaynon

To roam, loaf, wander, walk about aimlessly and finally "hit", "strike" or "land" somewhere. Túbtub karón walâ kamí sing binatîbátì kag walâ námon mahibál-i, kon sa diín siá maglásog. Up till now we have not heard of him and do not know where he has gone or where he is. (see patúpling).


libútay

Hiligaynon

(H) To be at ease, contented, feel quite comfortable, set one's mind or heart at rest, be of good comfort. Indì akó malibútay túbtub nga matigáyon ang ginahándum ko nga túyò. I shall not be contented until my cherished plan is executed. Walâ siá malibútay sámtang nga walâ pa matápus ang piniliáy. He had no peace of mind as long as the elections were still going on. (see arabútay, dalamúnon, ogkánan, girámon).


lóok

Hiligaynon

To surround, keep at bay, drive into a corner, encircle, beset, hem in, compass. Loóka siá. Surround him (so that he cannot escape). Ginlóok níla ang báboy túbtub nga dinakúp níla. They surrounded the pig till they caught it. (see bánsok).


luát, lu-át

Hiligaynon

To cease, stop, leave off, desist. Indì akó maluát sa pagkádto dídto túbtub nga ákon siá makítà. I will not stop from going there till I see him. Walâ níya pagluatí ang pagbalíkbálik dídto túbtub nga nagkasugtánay silá kag nabakál níya ang báka. He did not (would not) desist from returning there again and again till they came to an agreement and he succeeded in buying the cow. (see liát, libútay).


lubúng

Hiligaynon

Burial, funeral, exequies, obsequies, interment, inhumation, entombment; to bury, inter, inhume, consign to the grave, hide in the ground. Ilubúng na lang ang patáy nga karabáw, kay índì mapúslan ang íya kárne. Just bury the dead buffalo, for his meat is of no use. Sán-o kamú magalubúng sang minatáy? When will you bury the dead? When will the funeral take place? Dirí may linubúng nga pílak nga nasulúd sa tibúd, konó, ápang túbtub karón walâ maquítà. Here, they say, a pot of money was buried, but till now it has not been found. Amó iní ang linúbngan sa ákon ilóy. This is the grave, where my mother was buried (laid to rest). (see kótkot, lulúbngan).


lúghud

Hiligaynon

To rub, scour, scrub (with some force or pressure). Lughurí ang salúg. Scrub the floor. Linughurán (-udán) níya ang lamésa sing lapát túbtub nga maghíning. He rubbed the table with a cloth till it shone brightly. (see lúgod, lúdgud).


lungâ-lúngà

Hiligaynon

To loosen by shaking to and fro, move to right and left, as a nail, post, bolt, etc., in order to draw it with ease. Lungâ-lungáa ang lánsang ánay kag ugáling gabúton mo. Shake the nail first to and fro and then draw it out. Ginlungâlúngà níya ang búgsok túbtub nga mahapús kuháon. He shook the stake till it became easy to remove it. (see úyog, hungáhúngà).


lúpag

Hiligaynon

To detain, distract, divert, to cause to forget everything else. Ginlúpag kitá dídto sang sugilánon. We were detained there by an interesting conversation. Naglúpag siá sa ámon sang íya manámit nga ambahánon. She diverted us with her sweet songs. Lupága silá túbtub sa hápon sa mga sarîsárì nga hámpang. Divert them till evening with a variety of games. (see dúpag).


mág-an

Hiligaynon

To lighten, be or become light of weight, to alleviate, relieve, ease, mitigate, assuage, levitate. Buhíni ang ímo lúlan túbtub nga magmág-an. Lessen your burden till it becomes light. Nagmág-an na ang ákon kalisúd-or-namag-anán na akó sang ákon kalisúd. My trouble has now become easy to bear. Mag-aná sing diótay ang ímo dalá, kay támà kabúg-at. Lighten your load a little, for it is too heavy.


mahumán-humán

Hiligaynon

Rather much, a good amount or considerable quantity. Mahumánhumán ang gingásto níya sa íya bátà túbtub nga natápus níya ang íya pagtoón. He spent a good deal of money on his son till he finished his studies. (see hingánhingán).


mámnà

Hiligaynon

(B) A contr. of mamun-á-from munâ-to tarry, loiter, remain a long time, protract one's stay; to be at ease, be calm or tranquil. Indì ka mámnà dídto. Don't stay there a long time, don't loiter there. Indì gid mámnà ang íya hunâhúnà túbtub nga masayóran níya kon nakadángat na sa Manílà ang íya anák nga bág-o pa lang magsakáy. She cannot rest at ease till she knows whether her son, who a short while ago embarked for Manila, has safely arrived there. (see munâ, dúgay, lúsgò).


mutík

Hiligaynon

To hear, get to know, receive information. Walâ mamutikí túbtub karón kon sín-o ang nagbúhat sinâ. Up till now it is not known who did it. Kon mamutikán níya iní--. If he hears of it--. In case he should receive news of it--. Suppose he should get to know of it (this)--. (see matík).


paabút

Hiligaynon

To wait for, expect, await. Paabutá siá túbtub sa ikapúlò ka táknà. Wait for him till ten o'clock. (pa, abút).


pádià

Hiligaynon

Nickname, teasing by calling out another's nickname; to tease, bait, badger. Padiaí siá túbtub nga magákig. Tease him till he gets angry. (see bánsag).


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