lagpaknA spring-mounted mousetrap or rat trap.Butangi lagpak in kusina bat matay in ambaw.Put a mousetrap in the kitchen so the rats will die.vag mag-, mang-; pat -un.To use such a trap.Maglagpak kita ambaw dūm ini.We'll trap the mice tonight.
lagpi'1lugpi'1vag mag-, -um-; ran -an.To snap or flick (something, as one's finger or a whip against a surface).Maglagpi' kami hisiyu-siyu daugun ha panayam.We will snap those who'll lose in the game.Lagpian ku in taynga mu bang kaw di' humundung.I'll snap your ear if you won't stop.pt*kutik kulapu'
lagsaknAnything used to fasten something by inserting it through holes; a fastener.Butangan ta lagsak in tandawan ini.We'll put a fastener on this window.vag mag-, -um-, mang-; pat -un; ran -an.To pierce, screw, make a hole (in something).Maglagsak aku sin lawang tinda bang tambul na.I'll put the screw in the store door after closing.Lagsaka sin lansang in mital ini.You make a hole in this can with a nail.Subay lagsakan in lawang bang dūm na.We have to lock the door when it is night time.ptligpit*tasak
*lagsikvCV 1 ag mag-, -um-; pat hi-.To hurl or fling (something).In bata' narugtul sin tarak liyagsik pa malayu'.The child that was run over by the truck was flung far away.Hilagsik in manga labban yan bang mu di' hukutan.Those boxes will be flung over if you don't tie them up.ptlaruk*pigsik
lagtang1nAny of several menispermaceous vines.2nA vegetable poison derived from the berries of this vine, used for stunning fish.pttubli vag mang-, -um-; pat -un.To poison (fish) using this poison.Manglagtang kita ista'.We'll poison fish withlagtang berry poison.5
lagtawnA supernatural man of extraordinary size (believed to inhabit trees, cliffs, and empty houses); a giant.Wala' pa aku nākita' lagtaw sa' pagkarungugan ku ha kata-kata.I have never seen a giant but I have heard about them in stories.ptagasi
lagtingnA high-pitched voice or sound.Sibu' in lagting sin tingug niyu.Both of you have high-pitched voices.adjmalagtingHigh-pitched, shrill.Malagting in tingug niya.Her voice is high-pitched.pttanug
lagtu'adj(Of coconuts) spoiled, decayed, rotten.Lagtu' in lahing binī mu.You bought a spoiled coconut.ptba'lus2
lagublubnA loud noise (as of an engine, thunder, a cannon, the hooves of running horses or cattle).Diyurungug mari in lagublub sin mutur hi Faysar.We can hear from here the loud noise of Faysar's motorcycle.vact/pat mag-, -um-.(For an engine, thunder, a cannon, etc.) to make such a sound.Haynduun sadja limagublub in kanyun.The cannon made a loud noise just now.Ayaw mu palagubluba in jīp mu dī.Don't let your jeep make any loud noise here.adjmalagublub(Of a motor or any mechanical device) noisy.Malagublub tuud in makina yan, subay sa yan lanahan.That sewing machine is noisy. It should be lubricated.pthibuk
lagudlud1nThe dragging (of something), the swift descent (of a wheeled vehicle, big rocks, felled trees, etc.).vag mag-, -um-; pat -un.To drag, haul (something).Ayaw kaw maglagudlud sin sīya.Do not drag the chair.Liyagudlud sin kura' in batang.The horse hauled the log.vact/pat -um-.To roll swiftly downward (with either much or little sound produced as of a vehicle).Limagudlud in tumubil.The automobile rolled swiftly down.ptludludlakud-lakud over-synguyud 2nThe sound of something being dragged along or of something falling down swiftly (as big rocks, felled trees, etc.Diyungug namu' in lagudlud sin manga kahuy pīla'.We heard the sound of the felled trees falling down.
lagundi'nA name given to several varbenaceous shrubs the fruit of which is believed to prevent aging.5
lagungnA kind of lanzones (large, nearly perfectly round, and with big seeds).Bukun malandag hiragang in buwahan lagung.Lanzones lagung are not saleable.
lagungkadnA disturbing noise (as of dragging chairs, slamming doors, throwing things around the house, etc.).Unu baha' in lagungkad ha bāy yaun kabii?What was all that disturbing noise at that house last night?vag mag-, -um-, mang-; pat -un.To make such disturbing noises.Ayaw kamu maglagungkad duun makabati' in manga pandaig bāy.Don't make such disturbing noises. You'll wake up the neighbors.adjmalagungkadCharacterized by disturbing noises.Malagungkad tuud in bata' ini maglanu' sin bāy.This child is very disturbingly noisy in cleaning the house.pthibuk hulangkad kularak
lagunglungnThe sound produced by hollow objects.Kari kaw dunguga in lagunglung sin puga.Come listen to the hollow sound of the water jug.vact/pat mag-, -um-.(For something) to make such a sound.Ayaw kaw magbī sin tirmus di' maglagunglung.Don't buy a thermos that doesn't make a hollow sound.
lagupuknThe snapping or cracking (of joints).Diyungug ku in lagupuk sin gulamay lima mu.I heard the snapping of your fingers.vact/pat -um-, mag-.(For one's joint) to snap or crack.Di' lumagupuk in bakul siki ku.My big toe won't snap.synkulapu'
*lagutvtag mag-, mang-, -um-; pat -un.To strike or hack (someone with a whip or bladed weapon).Nalagut in tau yaun sin kalis sin banta niya.That fellow was hacked with a kris by his enemy.nlalagutA whip, lash, rod or anything used for whipping.Ayaw lubaki in anak mu sin lalagut kura'.Don't whip your child with a whip used for a horse.pt*lubak
lahangnSpread, separation, distance apart.Ayaw singuri in lahang sin pag'anyam niya baluy.Don't copy the way she makes sleeping mats with the weaving far apart.adjmalahangFar apart (in distance or time) (also māhang).Malahang mag'anak in asawa niya.The pregnancies of his wife are far apart.vST pat mag-, -um-.To become far apart.Lumahang in pagbutang sin tambuku bang mu di' sukurun.The placing of the buttons will become far apart if you don't measure the distance.ptlawak
lahasiya'11nRelatives.Mataud lahasiya' ku ha Parang.I have a lot of relatives in Parang.vRC ag mag-.(For people) to be relatives.Maglahasiya' sila iban sin manga tau ini.They are relatives of these people.ptkampung
lahasiya'2unspec. var.rahasiya'1nA secret.Ayaw mu pagbaytaan in lahasiya' biyayta' ku kaymu.Don't tell anybody the secret I've told you.vag mag-; pat hi-; goal -an.To reveal a secret or confide (something to someone).Lahasiyaan ta kaw sin pasal sin sīn nalawa'.I'll confide to you the secret behind the missing money.
lahi'nA variety of bamboo.Often used to make shafts for local three-pronged fish spears.
*lahilvact/pat -um-.To come to light, appear visibly.In unu-unu kasabunnalan minsan hitapuk lumahil da.Whatever is true even though it is hidden it will come to light.Piyalahil sin Tuhan hi Isa Almasi mari pa dunya.God caused Jesus Christ to appear here on earth.ptnyata'2
lahing1n(A mature, ripe) coconut (with meat).Kuguta ba kāku' in lahing.Will you grate the coconut for me?ptniyug2nThe flesh or meat of the mature ripe coconut.ptniyugvAR ag mag-; ran -an.To add fresh coconut meat (from the mature coconut to a food).Lahingan ta in bibingka ini.We'll add fresh coconut meat to the steamed rice cakes.Subay liyalahingan in bangbang ampa mananam.Confections should have fresh coconut meat added in order to be tasty.ptniyug
lahu'nAn eclipse (of the sun or moon).Bang awn lahu' subay kunu' mamaygu' in manga burus ha lusung ha supaya way ila sin bata' hipag'anak nila.It is said that if there's an eclipse then pregnant women should bathe in a mortar so their children won't be born with birthmarks.vact/pat mag-; pat -un.For an eclipse to occur.Liyahu' in bulan kabii.There was an eclipse of the moon last night.
lahudnSwollen marks (on skin produced by strokes of a lash or whip), welts.Mataud lahud sin bata' ini ha taykud.This child has many welts on his back.vact/pat mag-, -um-; ran -an.To have welts.Ayaw kusuga in paglubak mu bat di' lahuran in anak mu.You shouldn't whip hard or your child will have welts.Mayta' liyahuran in baran mu yan?Why does your body have welts?ptbintulbusul
lahutnA variety of Tausug knife with a sharp-pointed blade.Lahut in panghuyaan sin sapi'.Use the sharp-pointed knife to cut the beef.ptlaringutakpisawjanap