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lampunA kerosene lamp (with a glass chimney around the wick).Sūi na in lampu magrib na.Light the lamp. It's evening already.ptpalitaan kulayt
lampunvact/pat mag-.To be equal, be the same (in degree).Naglampun in karupangan sin manga bata' yan.Those kids are really the same in their naughtiness.
lamud1nSomething added or mixed (with something to form a blend or mixture).Awn lamud gandum sin kahawa ini.This coffee is mixed with corn.Unu in lamud sin pansit?What is the (meat) mixed with the noodles?vag mag-, -um-; pat hi-; ran -an.To add (something to something else, as in cooking); mix (things) together.Lamuri ullang in sayul.Add shrimp to the vegetable.Lamuran na in tugun ku ha sulat mu.Include my order in your letter.Ayaw papaglamura in ista' dakula' iban asibi'.Don't mix together the big and small fish.over-synlamuk lamugay 2nA participant, member, someone who has a part or is involved in something; involvement.Lamud kami ha parhimpunan sin manga Muslim ha Manila'.We are members of the Muslim association in Manila.Lamud ka kamu ha panayam ini?Are you participants in this game?Wayruun lamud niya sin pagpatay ha gubnul.He has no involvement in the killing of the governor.vag mag-, -um-; ran -an.Sometimes rdp.To participate or take part with, join; associate with someone; intervene, interfere, meddle.Lumamud aku magpanayam.I'll join the game.Di' aku mabaya' lamuran maghinang sin tau lisuan.I don't want a lazy person to join me in my work.Mayta' kaw maglamud-lamud sin bukun parakala' mu?Why do you interfere when it's not any of your affair?Liyalamuran sin parinta Milikan in unu-unu pakaradjaan ha kahula'-hulaan.The American government meddles with the affairs of other nations.ptagad misra'over-synlapay simbug
lamugay1vag mag-, -um-, mang-; pat -un.To mix, mingle; stir (things together).Liyamugay niya in kahawa pa tubig mapasu'.He mixed the coffee with the hot water.Piyapaglamugay niya na in sukal iban tirigu.He mixed the sugar and flour.Subay di' maglamugay in manga usug iban babai ha hambuuk bilik.The boys and girls should not be mixed in one room.Di' aku mabaya' maglamugay iban sin manga tau yan.I don't want to mix with those people.over-synlamud gawgaw2adjUntidy, disarranged, in a confused or disorderly condition, mixed up; confused and incoherent (as of speech).Lamugay in manga kakatasan ha lamisahan mu.The papers on your table are in a disorderly condition.Lamugay in pagbutang sin manga būk.The books are disarranged.Lamugay in pagbissara niya.His speech is confused and incoherent.vag mag, -um-, mang-; pat -un.To disarrange, jumble, throw (something) into disorder.Naglamugay in listahan sin ngān sin tau, hangkan kiyahunitan aku.The list of people's names is disarranged, that's why I have difficulty.ptlamugut pulak-palik
lamugutadj, advNot in order, untidy, sloppy, unsystematic.Lamugut in pagsulat sin manga ngān.The names are not written in order.In tau lisuan lamugut in hinangan.A lazy person does a sloppy job.Lamugut in paghinang niya.His way of working is unsystematic.vag -um-, mag-; pat -un.To do something in a disorderly, sloppy, or unsystematic manner; mess (something) up; be thrown into an agitated confusion.Maglamugut in hinang mu bang kaw mag'ūs-ūs sadja.Your work will be sloppily done if you're always in such haste.Liyamugut niya in manga kakatasan ha lamisahan ku.He messed up the papers on my table.Naglamugut sadja nagsuntuk in manga kabataan.The kids are agitatedly and confusedly fistfighting.ptlamugay sulang-saling pulak-palik
lamuknFish, seafood, or meat (cooked with vegetables or noodles, as minced meat, chicken, shrimp, dried fish, etc.).Unu in lamuk sin sayul liyutu' mu?What meat did you use with the cooked vegetables?vAR ag mag-; ran -an.To add fish, seafood, or meat (to vegetables or noodles).Lamuki ullang in pansit.Add shrimp to the noodles.adjmalamukAccompanied by plenty of fish, seafood, meat, or chicken.Masarap in pansit bang malamuk.Pansit is delicious if it has plenty of chicken, meat, and shrimp in it.ptlamud
lamunnNearsightedness, shortsightedness (from natural causes, foreign bodies in the eyes, or old age).In lamun sin mata niya dayn ha kabata'-bata' pa.She has been nearsighted since childhood.vact/pat mang-, -um-; pat -un.(For the eyes) to be or become blurred or bleary (due to strain, etc.; often accompanied by a giddy feeling).Bang kaw magbassa malugay manglamun in pangatud mu.When you read for a long time your vision becomes bleary.
lana1nOil (a general term, but usu. refers to cooking oil).vag mag-; pat -un; ran -an.To put or add cooking oil to something -an, make cooking oil (-un); oil (something).Kugut kaw lahing, maglana kita.Grate some coconut, we'll make cooking oil.Subay lanahan in makina.The machine should be oiled.adjmalanaCovered with or containing oil, oily, greasy.Malana in unud sapi'.The beef is oily.nlanahanA container used to make or extract oil.Biyagbag nila in lanahan hi Apu' Agasi.They broke the oil maker of grandfather Agasi.lana lahingcomp.Coconut oil, cooking oil.lana mahamutcomp.Perfume.lana gāscomp.1vKerosene.2To fawn on (someone to obtain favors), butter (someone) up.Lana-lanahan ta siya bat kita dihilan sīn.Let's fawn on him so he will give us money.ptanimu
lana1nOil (a general term, but usu. refers to cooking oil).vag mag-; pat -un; ran -an.To put or add cooking oil to something -an, make cooking oil (-un); oil (something).Kugut kaw lahing, maglana kita.Grate some coconut, we'll make cooking oil.Subay lanahan in makina.The machine should be oiled.adjmalanaCovered with or containing oil, oily, greasy.Malana in unud sapi'.The beef is oily.nlanahanA container used to make or extract oil.Biyagbag nila in lanahan hi Apu' Agasi.They broke the oil maker of grandfather Agasi.lana lahingcomp.Coconut oil, cooking oil.lana mahamutcomp.Perfume.lana gāscomp.1vKerosene.2To fawn on (someone to obtain favors), butter (someone) up.Lana-lanahan ta siya bat kita dihilan sīn.Let's fawn on him so he will give us money.ptanimu
lana1nOil (a general term, but usu. refers to cooking oil).vag mag-; pat -un; ran -an.To put or add cooking oil to something -an, make cooking oil (-un); oil (something).Kugut kaw lahing, maglana kita.Grate some coconut, we'll make cooking oil.Subay lanahan in makina.The machine should be oiled.adjmalanaCovered with or containing oil, oily, greasy.Malana in unud sapi'.The beef is oily.nlanahanA container used to make or extract oil.Biyagbag nila in lanahan hi Apu' Agasi.They broke the oil maker of grandfather Agasi.lana lahingcomp.Coconut oil, cooking oil.lana mahamutcomp.Perfume.lana gāscomp.1vKerosene.2To fawn on (someone to obtain favors), butter (someone) up.Lana-lanahan ta siya bat kita dihilan sīn.Let's fawn on him so he will give us money.ptanimu
lana1nOil (a general term, but usu. refers to cooking oil).vag mag-; pat -un; ran -an.To put or add cooking oil to something -an, make cooking oil (-un); oil (something).Kugut kaw lahing, maglana kita.Grate some coconut, we'll make cooking oil.Subay lanahan in makina.The machine should be oiled.adjmalanaCovered with or containing oil, oily, greasy.Malana in unud sapi'.The beef is oily.nlanahanA container used to make or extract oil.Biyagbag nila in lanahan hi Apu' Agasi.They broke the oil maker of grandfather Agasi.lana lahingcomp.Coconut oil, cooking oil.lana mahamutcomp.Perfume.lana gāscomp.1vKerosene.2To fawn on (someone to obtain favors), butter (someone) up.Lana-lanahan ta siya bat kita dihilan sīn.Let's fawn on him so he will give us money.ptanimu
lanab1nFlavor, taste (esp. of food).Way lanab sin pagkaun bang way asin niya.Food has no flavor if it has no salt.adjmalanabTasty, delicious.Malanab in pagkaun.The food is delicious.vST pat -um-, mag-.To become tasty.Lumanab in lamay bang awn bitchin niya.The viand becomes tasty when it has vetsin.ptnanam sarap1 2nThe pleasure enjoyed in sexual relations.
lanasnThe period within which ripe fruits like mango, durian etc. fall easily.Ha lawm hangka-pitu ini amuna in lanas hinug mampallam.It will be ripe mango fall period within this week.viaux ma-.For almost all or a great many (of the focused item to be affected as indicated by the verb [see examples]).Nalanas in duyan kabii.A great many durian fell last night.Nalanas miyatay in manga kuminis ha Bitnam.A great many communists died in Vietnam.Nalanas in dahun sin kahuy yan.Almost all the leaves fell from that tree.Nalanas na in ipun ku sabab maas na aku.Almost all of my teeth have fallen out because I'm old.vtag mag-, -um-; pat -un.(For an agent [as a person, wind, or fire] to affect) all, almost all, or a great many (of the focused item as indicated by the verb).Lanasun ta na in bunga sin mampallam padpad usibaan sin kabataan.Let's harvest all the fruit on the mango tree rather than let the children damage it.Liyanas sin manga mundu piyatay in pasahiru ha taas tarak.The outlaws killed almost all the passengers on the bus.ptayas*ambat
lanawnA small pool of water (esp. stagnant or muddy water), puddle, body of fresh water.Nagpaanud in manga kabataan kappal-kappal ha lanaw.The children floated toy boats in the pool.vact/pat mag-, -um-; ran -an.To form puddles or pools, overflow in excess as of beginning a lake).Maglanaw in dān bang makusug in ulan.Puddles will form on the road if the rain is hard.Naglanaw in kahawa ha lamisahan.The coffee made a pool on the table.ptlasay
lanay2nSilk.Mahunit tahiun in lanay.Silk is hard to sew.ptdasugenkakana'
*lanay1vact/pat mag-, -um-, mang-; pat -un; ran pag--an.(For candy, butter, lard, soap, tablet, etc.) to melt.Ayaw pagbutangan in manga kindi yan ha lugal mapasu' bat di' maglanay.Don't put the candy near anything hot or it will melt.pttunaw tinu' hansul
*landagadjmalandag(Of merchandise) fast-selling, best-selling.Malandag in kakana' yan ha tabu'.That cloth is the best-selling article in the market.vact/pat -um-, mag-.(For merchandise) to move quickly, sell well.Di' lumandag in buwahan bang mataud in nagdaragang.The lanzones won't sell well if there are many people selling.
landaknA crowbar.Subay landak in hipag'ukat sin lantay ini.We need a crowbar to pry up this flooring.vag mag-, -um-; pat -un.To pry something with a crowbar.Landakun ta in tuung yan bat makawa' in ha lawm.We'll pry open that box with a crowbar to get what's inside.ptbāra
landangnPrepared sago palm (lumbiya molded into small round fragments and preserved by hardening in the sun).Marayaw lamuran landang in sindul.It's good to put some prepared sago palm in the sindul dessert.vag mag- -um-.To make prepared sago palm.Mabaya' kaw maglandang?Do you want to make prepared sago palm.vpat -un.To make (sago palm) into prepared sago palm.
*landang-landangvag mag-, -um-; pat -un.To fry fish or meat (in a moderate amount of oil).Landang-landang kaw ista'.You fry some fish.ptgulingligangbuwang1daral1synpiritu
landasannAn anvil.Nākita' aku landasan didtu ha magsasasal laring.I saw an anvil at the knife smith.
landi'adjInclined to play at love, flirtatious.Landi' in babai yan.That woman is flirtatious.vag mag-, -um-.To flirt.Ayaw na kaw maglandi' bang kaw taga paghula' na.Don't flirt any more when you're already married.ptbiga'