lamānuvTwo or more people shake hands.ginalamānuNang matāpus na 'ang kasay, kadāmu' 'ang nagpalapit sa 'inda nga sinda hay ginalamānu.When the wedding ceremony was finished, many approached them and, as for them, [they] had their hands shaken [by them].naglamānuvSomeone has a hand shaken by someone else.Nagsabat siya ning "Hū'u," kag naglamānu kunu sinda.He said "Yes," and they say that they shook hands.nilamānuPinatawag nang hāri' 'ang prinsipi; nilamānu nang hāri' 'ang prinsipi kag hinambay niya nga, "Sa 'īmu na'a'āngay nga 'ita'u 'ang kurūna ku."The prince was called by the king; the prince had his hand shaken by the king and he (i.e., the king) said "Because of you it is clearly appropriate that my crown be given [to you]."
lāmay1na naturally dried banana leaf, brown in color
lambanugnsugarcane wineBāgu niya pinaguwa' 'ang 'isa ka galun nga lambanug, 'inirgu niya liwat 'ang tatay ni Plurintīna.Before the one gallon of sugarcane wine was brought out by him, the father of Florentina was first talked to by him.Sugarcane wine is commercially made and imported. The actual source of this wine is uncertain.cftuba'
lambīyungna lambiyung anchovy fishFamily Engraulidae'Ang 'inda ginakā'un nga 'isda' hay 'ang lambīyung, lupuy, tapuyuk.The fish that they eat are lambiyung anchovies, gold striped sardines [and] white sardines.cfbulinawdilaghagungantabyusCharacterized by tiny scales; bluish in color, to about 8 cm. long.nmiyugpanglambiyungna lambiyung anchovy fisherman'Ang taya'tāya' 'ang palatandā'an nang manga miyugpanglambiyung kay kung di'in 'ang dāmu' ning taya'tāya' nga nagalupadlūpad patīyug, yadtu 'ang luta' nang lambīyung.The tayataya birds are a sign for lambiyung anchovy fishermen because where there are many tayataya birds all flying around, [it shows that] that's where there are schools of lambiyung anchovy fish.
lambuna multiple-hook fishing lineConsists of a line up to 100 meters or more in length with leaders and hooks interspersed every half meter or so. Used in the open sea to catch tuna fish tulīngan.synlabayvSomeone fishes with a multiple-hook fishing line.nagalambu'Ini 'ang nagalambu ning tulīngan hay lyāki lang da gihāpun.When [one] fishes tuna with a multiple-hook fishing line still only men can do this.pagpanglambugersomeone's going fishing with a multiple-hook fishing lineHay 'ang 'īmu mutur, waya' mu ba ginagamīta sa pagpanglambu?About your motor boat, is it not being used by you for going fishingwith a multiple-hook fishing line?
lamigvSomeone or something becomes cold, cool or clammy.maglamigPabay'an na lang hasta nga mag'ugdaw 'ang kalāyu; huyatun mu naman hasta nga maglamig 'ang lūgit.[The copra] is left until the fire dies down; then you wait until the copra becomes cool.malamig1adjSomeone or something is cold, cool or clammy of temperature.'Ang tāwu nga ginakamaluy'an ning kalag hay malamig 'ang 'iya siki, kamut kag nagakinatūyug.As for a person who is afflicted with a soul-inflicted sickness, their hands and feet are cold and [they] are always sleeping.malamig2adjSomeone is cool as to temperament.'Ang tūbi' simbulu nga pirmi malamig, gāni' 'imaw 'ini 'ang 'inda ginghuman pāra kunu 'ang 'inda manga huna'hūna' hay pirmi da nga malamig.Water is a symbol of continuously being cold; they do this, they say, so that their thoughts are also always cool [i.e., they are even tempered].nagapanglamigSyimpri kung manīwang na 'ang 'unga' kag malūya na 'ang lāwas, nagapanglamig 'ang siki kag kamut.Of course when a child is already thin and the body is already weak, the feet and hands become clammy all over.
laminitpaglaminitgersomeone's laminating somethingKadāmu' pa gid 'ang nahuhuman sa batu nga marmul; yāra' 'ang ginabutangan nang 'upus nang sigarilyu, ginabutangan ning būyak, ginagāmit sa paglaminit.There are certainly still many things able to be made from marble stone; some are cigarette butt containers (i.e., ash trays), flower vases, [and some] are used for laminating.
lamīsana table'Ang tigbabayi mapungku' lang 'ina' sinda sa bangku' kag kumā'un nang priparasyun nang tiglyaki nga nakahanda' sa lamīsa.The engaged lady's close relatives just sit down on chairs and eat the prepared food of the engaged man's close relatives which is ready on the table.speclangkāpigenlangkāpisyntībul
lampāsuna coconut husk floor polishervSomeone polishes a floor with a coconut husk.
lāmunvSomeone eats something gluttonously.cf'ipakā'unkāgud palāmunimper vLet something be eaten gluttonously by someone!palamūnan"Bālik 'ānay" kunu. "'A 'indi'! Palamūnan," kunu, "sa 'iya panugāngan."Someone said, "Please go back." "Ah no! Let [that person] be eaten gluttonously," they said, "by his parents-in-law."cfkāgud kā'un
lānancooking oilcfmantīkaCommonly sold in one or four liter plastic bottles. In smaller stores it is apportioned out and sold by the gin bottle butilya nang dyin or drinking glass bāsu 1.nlāna nang niyug1ncoconut oilProduced by boiling down coconut milk extract gata' 1.2vSomething becomes oily.maglānaSigisigīhun lang gid 'ang pagkayu hasta nga maglāna.Just continue stirring until [the coconut milk extract] becomes oily.
lanas2varkalanasan, lanāsanna rice fieldNang nakabāngun naman si Puldu sa lūnang, 'inutruhan naman ni Pidru ning balibag sa lanas.When Puldu was able to stand up again in the mud, Pedro repeated casting him [this time] into a rice field.Kung tāpus ka na ning hīmu' nang pamutūtan, makadtu na 'ikaw sa kalanasan kag siru'un sa manga dagāmi nang humay kung yāra' 'ang kapututan.When you are finished making the holes of the colander basket pond-field shrimp scoop, then you can go to the rice field and look in the stubble if that is a pond-field shrimp area.'Indi' kita kapahūway kay 'ang 'ātun bayay parīhu nay lanāsan 'ini kay 'ang lūnang hay kadaku'dāku'.We were not be able to rest because our house was already like a rice field because the mud was very extensive.synhumay humāyan