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langugna fly; especially a blowflyMay nagadāpu' nga dagku' nga langug; may bilabila kay 'ini sigūru nga manga 'insiktu, 'imaw 'ini 'ang simbulu nang manga malā'ut.There are some big flies which congregate; there are [also] butterflies because, perhaps, as for these insects, these are signs of evil spirits.cflāngaw
languyvSomeone swims.languy, paglanguygersomeone's swimmingMagpakamatay na lang kaysa magbudlay pa gid kita ning languy.[It is better] to let [ourselves] die than for us to still exert energy in swimming.langūyanna swimming placeMapriparar sinda ning bāyun nga day'un sa langūyan; kag pag'abut sa dāgat malanguy na.They will prepare carried lunch which will be brought to the swimming place, and when [they] are there at the ocean [they] will then swim.lumanguy, naglanguyGindakup na 'adtu ninda; hay lumanguy, nagluksu dira' sa pantalan.That one was already arrested by them; [he] swam; jumped [into the water] there at the pier.nagalanguy'Ang 'āmun ka'unan hay sa baybay kung kami nagalanguy.Our eating place is on the beach when we swim.nakakalanguyNakakalanguy 'ina' 'ang paka', nakakalumpat kag nakakadtu bīsan di'in ninda gustu.Those frogs were surely able to swim, jump, and were able to go anywhere they liked.
lāpadkalāpadadjLow tide is far out from the shore line.Kung kalāpad 'ang hunas, nagapanihi' kami hasta Bang'ug, kag kadāmu' 'ang sīhi' nga 'āmun nabubu'uy.When the low tide is far out, we gather mollusks until Bang-og, and there are many shells which are frequently able to be gotten by us.lāpad, kalaparannthe width of somethingNapūyu' ka dāngaw 'ang lāpad kag 'ang hāba' hay dūsi dāngaw.The width [of the mat] is ten hand spans and the length is twelve hand spans.'Ang kalaparan nang 'ākun banig, hay 'unum ka dāngaw.As for the width of my mat, [it] is six hand spans.malāpadadjAn area or object is wide.Bukun na da si Pīnu 'intirisādu sa malāpad nga dūta'.Pino is not now interested in the wide property.'Ang paglīkid, hay ginatūna' sa ma'intik nga pānig pakadtu sa malāpad.As for the cylindrical rolling, it is begun with the narrow [buri] leaf sections going to the wide [sections].
lapalapanthe sole of the footSigūru may lyunar sa lapalapa kay mahīlig magpinanumbāyay.There is probably a mole on the sole of the foot because she always enjoys going [visiting] from house to house.
lāpas2varlampas2adjover or beyond a particular age or time measurementNiridyik 'aku kay lampas na sa 'idad.I was rejected because [I] am already overage.cfkaluma'lūma'la'ayla'aylīgadlīgadlīpas līpas līpas luma'magūyang1magūyang1matāpus paligāruntāpus tāpus
lāpas1sp. var. oflampas1
lapayna giant heron'Ining lapay nga pispis gina'alīla' da nang manga tāwu.As for this giant heron bird [it] is sometimes cared for by some people.
lapidana tombstonecftanda'Bears the name of the deceased, and typically includes the initials RIP (Roman Catholic), birthdate, date of death, and an appropriate phrase such as "in remebrance of his beloved family". It is cemented to the door of a burial vault pantyun, or placed erect at the head of a grave lubūngan.
lapīnigna yellow jacket wasp
lapisna slender queenfishScomberoides tol (Cuvier)Silvery color. Found in small schools of coastal waters.na skinnyfishScomberoides lysan (Forsskal)Silvery colored. Found from shallow lagoons to open ocean.
lāpisna pencil'Ina' nga duha ka sintimus hay ginbakay ku ning papil kag lāpis kag tināpay.Those two centavos were used by me to buy paper, pencils and bread was bought by me.Preparation for use: tasa sharpen.
lāpit1ginlāpitGinlāpit naman ni Tasyu kay Tāta 'Inrīku; tinawāran naman ning nuwībi syintus.[The matter of the truck] was brought by Tacio to Uncle Enrico; [it] was bargained for for nine hundred [pesos].kalāpitna neighbor; i.e., someone who lives near one's usual dwellingKung 'indi' ma'ūbus bakay 'ang 'utanun nang 'īmu manga kalāpit, 'īmu na 'ini 'ilībud sa 'iban.If the vegetables will not be consumed by being bought by your neighbors, peddle them to others.cfbanda1 hampigkalāpit, malapitadjSomeone or something is near someone or something else.'Ang lītub nga sīhi' kung malayu' sa tāwu naganganga pīru kung may malapit nga tāwu hay nagakīpu' 'ang 'iya ba'ba'.As for the unequal arc mollusk shell, when [it is] far from a person [its mouth] opens but if there is a nearby person its mouth closes.Waya' siya kasāyud nga, 'adtu 'ang 'inda kalāpit nga bayay, hay may nalūyag sa 'iya.He did not know that, as for that nearby house of theirs, there was someone who was fond of him [there].kalapitlāpitint adja place very near someonelāpit, palapitvSomeone or something approaches, comes near or goes near someone, something, a place.magkalāpitnTwo or more people are neighbors.Magkalāpit kami ni Pingki sa Rumblun.Pinky and we are neighbors in Romblon.magpalapit1infto come near someone, something, a placeTinaw'an si Pīnu ning banta' nga 'indi' magpalapit kay Birta.Pino was given a threat so that [he] would not come near Bertha.2vSomeone is approached by someone else.malāpit, mapalapitMalāpit 'aku sa 'īmu pāra mabati'an ku 'ang 'īmu hambay.I will come near to you in order that what you are saying will be able to be heard by me.nagalāpit nga nagalāpitNagalāpit nga nagalāpit 'ang 'iya barūtu nga ginasakyan.The boat on which he was riding came nearer and nearer [to the dock].nagalāpit, nagapalapitKung may nagapalapit 'ini sa 'inda nga lābud hay 'inda 'ini ginakā'un.If there is edible sediment that goes near these ones (i.e., cockscomb oysters), it is eaten by these ones.naglāpit, nagpalapit, pumalapitNabati'an nang 'ākun 'āmu, 'ang 'ākun hambay; nagpalapit siya kag naghambay siya nga, "'Aba!"My supervisor heard what I said; she came near and said, "Hey!"Manga 'unum na ka būlan nga nagapinangasāwa sa 'ākun si 'Uhin pumalapit siya sa 'ākun manung.About six months after Ohin had been courting me he approached my older brother.palapit1imper vCome near!Palapit 'ānay diri sa 'ākun 'agud magabinatī'an kita nga duha nang 'ātun 'isturya!Please come near here to me so that we will hear our stories from each other!palapiti1imper vSomeone should be approached!Sīgi na! Palapiti na kay 'ūras na nang 'āras!Go ahead! [He] should now be approached because it is time for the espousal ceremony!2vSomeone or something is brought by someone else to a particular person or place.pinakamalapitsup adja place nearest someone, somethingNgāni' 'āmun na pinangsaylu tanan 'ang daya sa pinakamalapit nga pirtāhan.So all the many things were transferred by us to the nearest doorway.cf'alīhidbanda1 pinalapitanHay kundi' pinalapitan ni Langguy kag tampa'un.Then [he] was approached by Langgoy and was slapped [on the face].
lapsagna baby from birth until it begins to walkKung 'igwa kita ning 'unga' nga lapsag, 'ang pagkā'un 'ini nga dāpat sa 'iya hay 'ina' 'ang lūgaw kag 'ina' 'ang pagkā'un nga madali' matūnaw sa tiyan.If we have a baby, the food we should give it is rice gruel and those foods which will be digested easily in the stomach.
lapunāyana mayana shrubColeus blumei (Benth.)Used as an ornamental shrub.
lapūtina laputi tree or fruitEugenia Curanii (C.B. Rob.)The fruit is occasionally eaten.
lapūyutkalapūyut, lapūyutadjA viscous substance or something on which there is a viscous substance is sticky; a semiliquid is condensed in consistency.Pag 'ini 'ang dugus hay nabu'uy nga tāma' lang gid baya sa tyimpu 'ini hay masyādu gid nga kalapūyut kag kanāmit gid 'ang sabur nang 'iya katam'is.If this honey is gotten at the right time it is very sticky and the taste of its sweetness is very good.Kung nagkayadkad na 'ang gata' kag lapūyut na, 'ibutang 'ang kinalāyu nga mayagkit kag kayuhun nga kayuhun hasta mahubas 'ang sabaw kag maglāna.When the coconut milk has boiled and is condensed, put in the cooked white sticky rice and mix again and again until the flavored liquid becomes dried and oily.
lāragvSomeone or something falls down from a height.cfhūyughūyughūyughūyuglūkalūkalūkalūkama'ihūyugmatapuknalūkapatumbataktaktapuktapuktapuktapuktumbatumbatumbatumbatupa'tupa'tupa'tupa'an'ilārag'Ilārag 'ang gūnut kag 'ang laya' nga paywa nang niyug.The coconut fiber sheets and the [dry] coconut fronds should be dropped down [from the top of the coconut palm].ma'ilāragKung 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.cfhūyuglūkatapuktumbatupa'nalāragvSomething or someone is dropped down from a height by someone.'Adtu 'ang 'āmun lūlu naghambay na, "'Abaw nga yāwa' ka! Ma'āyu ka pa nalārag sa niyug."Our grandfather said, "Oh you devil! It is good if you will fall down from the coconut palm."
laranghana calamansi treeCitrus microcarpadāhun nang larangha1ncalamansi tree leavesLeaves of the calamansi tree dāhun nang larangha are added to things being cooked, such as a salted fish delicacy balitsaw, to give them a pleasant aroma. A handful of calamansi leaves is boiled in about a gallon of water, added to cold water and used for bathing small children with coughs or colds.2na calamansi fruitduga' nang larangha, laranghancalamansi juiceBu'akun 'ang tirik; pagkatāpus kutsarāhun 'ang 'unud kag 'ibutang sa bāsu. Butangan ning larangha kag pwīdi na ka'ūnun.Sea urchins should be broken open; then the meat should be spooned out and put into a glass. [It] has calamansi juice added and its ready to eat.Uses of calamansi juice: with sugar and water as a refreshing drink for snacks; as a flavoring in cooking to give a sour taste in fish salsa sarsa nga 'isda' or stewed fish tinūya; a dip for cured anchovy gamus, dried fish bāyuy, dried sardines tuyu', salted fish 'isda' nga 'inasinan.
largavSomeone leaves a given place.lumarga, naglargaPagkabātun ku nang tiligrāma, 'insigīda lumarga nga dā'an 'aku.After I received the telegram, I left at once.PagkaDuminggu 'adtu hay naglarga kami ni Mamay 'Inday pa Manīla'.When it was that Sunday we left with Mother Inday going to Manila.maglargainfto leavePrublīma ku naman kay dūgay maglarga; hay kasakit na naman 'ang 'ākun 'ūyu.I had a problem because it was taking a long time to leave [and] my head was aching again.makalargaMahuyat lang kami nga makapamakay 'ang manga nigusyanti nang gūlay para kami makalarga.We were just waiting for the vegetable merchants to all buy [their vegetables] so that we would be able to leave.Gina'isip'īsip ku nga daw 'indi' 'ānay 'aku maglarga.That I might not leave was thought over and over by me.Maglarga occurs in a negative sentence.malargaKung 'ikaw hay malarga, mabālik na lang 'aku pa Manīla'.If you leave, I will just go back to Manila.