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lansūnisna lansones tree or fruitLansium domesticum (Correa.)The translucent pulp of lansones, somewhat similar to large grapes, are a favorite snack food.
lantū'agvSomeone roams around a given area.synpānaw, pagpānawcf'ābug'ābug'ābugmagsabu'sābu'naga'ābugnagapanturagtūragnagapasīyupamasyar3pamasyar3pamasyar3pamasyar3pānawpānawpānawpānawpasīyupasīyupasīyusābu'sābu'sābu'turagturagturagnaglantū'agKung di'in naman kami pakadtu kay 'ang sundālu, hay naglantū'ag na sa būkid.We just went anywhere (i.e., we could not make plans as to where we would go) because the soldiers already roamed around on the mountain.synpānawcf'ābugpamasyar3pasīyusābu'turag
lantyana launch, a large motorboatMay yadtu sa 'Agnay na nga manga lantya.There were some launches that were already there in Agnay.
lānugnan echo
lanusvarlanus nga niyugna fully-mature coconut fruitKung ma'ilārag mu na tanan 'ang linghut 'īmu naman 'ilārag 'ang la'ay nga niyug kag 'ang lanus nga pwīdi na malūgit.If all the vegetative clutter is able to be dropped down by you then the very mature coconuts and the fully-mature coconuts that could be made into copra should be dropped down by you.Fully-mature coconuts are about seven to eight months old. They are grated kāyus and squeezed pūga' to extract coconut milk extract gata'; used in cooking coconut flavored vegetables 'ūtan.
lānutnan abaca banana plantMusa textilisnraw abaca fiberMade from the coarse fibers of the leafstalk of Manila hemp. Used in past times for binding or bundling things, to make abaca sacks kustal nga lānut, or to make abaca rope lānut nga pīsi' for tethering animals.kustal nga lānut (kustal 1b)an abaca sackpīsi' nga lānut (pīsi' 1b)an abaca fiber rope
langvarna langadvSomeone only, just does something; someone, something will just be acted upon or with, be in a particular state.'Ayaw na 'aku nindu pagbakyi ning makina kay kanūgun lang 'ang kwarta!I should not have a sewing machine bought by you because the money will just be wasted!adjjust or only the person, item, number or amount mentionedNang 'umasāwa na kami, hay tatlu pa lang ka 'adlaw hay naghambay siya nga 'indi' siya gustu na magtinir didtu sa 'āmun bayay.When we married each other, after only three days she said that she did not want to stay there in our house.'Ang sabat ku sa 'ākun nanay, "Kamu na lang 'ang mag'asāwa kay malāyas 'aku."I answered my mother, "You [two] just be the ones to get married because I will run away."
lānga'vSomeone looks all around for someone else, for something.nagalānga'Naglānga' si Tāta Haimi ning sūgid nang 'iya tabūnan.Uncle Jaime looked all around [swimming] looking for his deep sea fish trap.
lāngaskalangasadjSomeone is undisciplined or unruly.'Ang 'āmun tatay, kalangas 'adtu.As for our father, that one was unruly.kalangāsanna joke; an entertaining anecdote, phrase, sentenceSa Rumblun nang 'ūna nga tyimpu, 'igway may ginakanta nga ginatudlu' nang manga magūyang nga kalilipay nga pamatī'an nga may kalangāsan.In Romblon in past times, there were [songs] which were sung which were taught by the elders which were really joyful in being listened to which included jokes.naganilāngas'Ang kabubuyaw 'adtu hay naganilāngas kami didtu sa mutur.What was humorous there was that we were doing [some] foolish things there in the pumpboat.nilāngasvSomeone does foolish things.synkabubuyaw2 nilāngas, nilangāsanadjA happening, as a song, a story is humorous.Maskin 'ini hay nilāngas lang nga 'isturya, hay nakakata'u 'ini sa 'āmun ning kalīpay.Even though these are just humorous stories, they are really able to give us happiness.cfkabubuyaw2
lāngawna common houseflyKung 'ini hay magtinguyānun, yāra' na nga 'ang lāngaw dāmu' kag 'ang namuk.When it becomes rainy season, it is now the time of many houseflies and mosquitoes.cflangug
langawlangawna moth'Ang 'iya ginatuka' nga pagkā'un hay 'ang langawlangaw, lāwa', 'ūyud kag tibakya.As for that food which it (i.e., yellow-backed sunbird) eats by pecking, [they] are moths, spiders, worms, and grasshoppers.
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langgabvSomeone land-grabs a portion of the property of someone else, commonly by moving the boundary markers.varpanglanggabginglanggabGinglanggab ni Bisinti 'ang dūta' ni Pablu.The land holding of Pablo was land-grabbed by Vicente.miyugpanglanggaba land-grabber; i.e., someone who quickly and unlawfully seizes land belonging to someone elsenagalanggabSi Pidru 'ang nagalanggab nang 'ākun dūta'.Pedro is the one land-grabbing my land holding.nagpanglanggabvA portion of a land holding is land-grabbed by someone.Nagpanglanggab si Kulas ning dūta', gāni' siya, hay gingkīha sa kurti.Colas land-grabbed [some of] the land-holding so, as for him, [he] was charged in court.
langgarītina two-ply strand fishnet'Ini naman 'ang langgarīti 'ang mata 'ini hay numiru syīti kag 'ang nahut hay 'ang ginatawag nga tuplay.As for this two-ply strand fishnet, its mesh is number seven and as for the thickness [of the net material] is what is called two-ply.The size of a single mesh of this net is about seven to nine millimeters. It is used especially in catching black-tipped sardine fish tambangkyaw.
lāngitnthe sky where birds flySigūru 'ini niyan sa gab'i ma'uyan kay nagakūnum kag nagaduyum 'ang lāngit.Maybe tonight it will rain because the sky is becoming cloudy and is becoming dark.nkalangītan, lāngitnheaven, the abode of God and angels'Ang Ginū'u nga sa lāngit hay 'indi' kita pabay'an.As for God in heaven [he] will not leave us alone.Manga 'anghil sa kalangītan, bulīgi kami nga makatākas kami sa pīliw nang lawud.Angels from heaven, we must be helped so that we will be able to come out to the edge of the open sea.
langitlangitnthe white of an egg, i.e., the albumenKung 'ang 'itlug hay naglākut 'ang langitlangit sa dawadawa kag 'igwa ning mapuya nga parīhu ning dugu', nagapakilāya kunu nga 'ang sakit hay grābi.If, as for an egg, the white of the egg is mixed with the yoke, and if there is a reddish [substance] like blood, it shows that the [person's] sickness is serious.
langka'na jackfruit plantArtocarpus heterophyllus (Morac.)nan unripe jackfruit; i.e., the fruit of a jackfruit plant, eaten as a vegetablen'ūtan nga langka'ncoconut-flavored jackfruitBāwal 'ang magkā'un ning 'ūtan nga langka' nga may lakut nga lumbay kay 'ini kunu hay nagapahubas ning gātas nang nanay nga bag'ung 'unga'.It is forbidden to eat coconut flavored jackfruit which is mixed with lumbay leaves because they say these leaves cause the milk of the mother who has newly given birth to be reduced.Made by boiling jackfruit in coconut milk extract gata'.langka' nga hinugna ripe jackfruitBāwal kunu magkā'un ning pinya nga hinug kag langka' nga hinug ning dungan kay magasakit kunu 'ang 'īmu tiyan.It is forbidden to eat ripe pineapple and ripe jackfruit at the same time because they say you may have a stomachache.Ripe jackfruit is eaten at the end of a meal as a dessert.
langkagvSomeone feels sad or lonely.ginalangkag'Imaw pa lang 'adtung 'ākun byāhi 'isa ka simāna; 'adtung 'ākun 'asāwa ginalangkag na gid baya!My travelling was only one week [and] that husband of mine already felt sad!kalangkagnsadness, lonelinessBīsan yadtu na siya sa kalīpay naga'abut gid sa 'iya 'ang kalangkag.Even though he was there at the party sadness would come over him.kalangkag, malangkagadjAn event, a situation is sad.Pagkahāpun hay nagtāngis 'aku kay kalangkag didtu kung gab'i kay tatlu lang kami.In the late afternoon I cried because [it] is sad there during night because we were only three.Ma'āri' malangkag gid 'ini 'ang 'ātun paskwa; waya' gid kita 'ini ma'āyu nga paskwa kundi' kahugā'an.Maybe our Christmas celebration was really sad; we did not have a good Christmas celebration but [to the contrary] it was difficult.kalangkaglangkagint adjAn event, a situation is very sad.Lumuwas si Milba, pīru makikīta' mu gid sa 'iya hitsūra nga kalangkaglangkag gid 'ang 'iya 'uyahun nga nagapamuya 'ang 'iya mata.Melba came outside, but you could really see on her face that her face was very sad indeed and her eyes had become red.
langkāpina bamboo table, made of bamboo stripsKung nagabūnuk na 'ang 'uyan nagadābuk 'ang Mangyan ning kadaku' nga kalāyu kag sumāka' sinda sa langkāpi para ma'inītan sinda.If the rain falls heavily, the Mangyan build a large flaming fire [under a bamboo table] and they climb up on the bamboo table so that they will be warmed.Two strips of bamboo bukyug, about 3 meters in length have holes drilled equidistant along the sides into which squared boards suliras, about 1.5 meters in length, are inserted to form cross pieces. Bamboo strips are tied onto these to form a table top sayug. Four legs tuku, about one meter high, are inserted into the bottom side of the two bamboo strips. Used for eating. Rice with stalks are placed on a bamboo table and unhulled grains are trodden out gī'uk, falling through the strips onto the floor.speclamīsatībul genlamīsatībul
langkawasna langkawas herbLanguas pyramidata (Blume)The rhizome is used as a mild ginger-like condiment. Young rhizomes, tender undeveloped shoots, flowers and flower pods are eaten.
langsamalalangsaadjSomething is fishy smelling.Kung 'ang 'īmu naman 'unga' hay may sakit nga 'inang kadamu'dāmu' 'ang gūyus, ginabāwal naman 'ina' 'ang pagkā'un nga parīhu nang munggu, 'itlug kag manga malalangsa kag madūgu' nga 'isda'.If your child has an illness which consists of very many infected insect bites; the food which is forbidden to eat are like mung beans, eggs and those fish that are really fishy smelling and bloody.
langsangna nailGinatusluktusluk mu ning kapīnu 'ang būhu', kag 'ikītun gid 'ang pagtusluk nang langsang.Small holes should be punched [into a coconut shell] by you, and the punching should be spaced closely with a nail.vSomeone nails something.langsānganna nailed playing top, used by children in playCharacterized by a nail at the top center around which a string is wrapped for spinning.spectrumpu cfkasingannagpinanglangsangPagkatāpus nāmun kā'un nang 'āmun 'ihāpun, nagpinanglangsang 'aku nang 'āmun bayay.After we ate our supper I nailed many [parts] of our house.