Asi - English


layas₁ [láyas] 1vi To run away; escape. Naglayas kag amo mga uning. Our cats ran away. (sem. domains: - Move away.) 2vt To drive out a person, animal; to cast out evil spirits; drive away evil spirits. layas Apalayason kono kag mga NPA sa banwa nak kato. They say they the NPA will be driven out of that town. Kag albularyo ay maayo magpalayas sa nadedemonyo nak tawo. The witch doctor knows how to drive away evil spirits in persons possessed by demons. (sem. domains: - Leave, - Go, - Move away.) comp. binirahan it layas
layas₂ [layás] adj Wild animal or plant; an outdoor person; a person keeps moving from place to place. lagalag
layas₃ [layás] adj Outdoors men; one who is never home. layas Indi maasahan kag mga kayaking anak ni Nany nak puro layas. Nany’s boys can’t be relied upon because they are all never at home.
laye₁ [láye] n National law. batas Inggwa it laye kag bansa nak respetuhon kag bandira. The country had made a national law to respect the flag.
laye₂ [layé] n Law. batás
laygay [láygay] vbt To counsel; to give advise. paalala Naglalaygay sida sa ida mga anak tungkol sa maadong pamatasan. She advises her children on good manners. syn: tugra 1. (sem. domains: 3.6.1 - Show, explain, - Speak with others.)
laylay₁ [láylay] n Banana species, long, and still green when ripe. (sem. domains: - Food from fruit.)
laylay₂ [láylay] (irreg. infl. larlar) 1vi To hang freely (as of untied hair, curtains, a lolling tongue, a flowing skirt, somebody’s shoulders sagging. laylay, ladlad Nakalaylay kag ida mahabang buhok. Her long hair was hanging freely. Ingpalaylay yang ninra kag kurtina. They just let the curtain hang freely. syn: latlat 1. 2vbt To spread out; hang out freely (as of a fishing net on rocks or a fence). Laylaye kag kabatuhan it sayap. Spread out the fishing net on the rocks. 3adj Hanging. Laylayey kag ida rila sa sobrang konsumisyon. Her tongue was hanging out of her mouth from too much worry.
lecheflan [lecheflán] n A delicious dessert made from a dozen egg yolks, milk, sugar and vanilla, poured into a mold on a caramelized base and baked in a slow oven or steamer. (sem. domains: 5.2.3 - Types of food.)
lehiya [lehíya] n A rice dish of sticky rice made with burnt spinach leaves and wrapped in banana leaf before cooking (sem. domains: - Food from seeds.)
leksyon [leksyón] n Lesson. leksyon
lerok-lerok [lerok-lerók] v To have eyes that won't focus (as of when drunk). (sem. domains: - Eye.)
leryo [léryo] n Red ball shaped flowers 6 inches across which bloom after rain (like agapanthus). leryo Karamong buyak kag leryo tong sida ay kasayon. The red ball shaped flower bloomed during her wedding. (sem. domains: 1.5.2 - Bush, shrub.)
letus n Lettuce.. lechuga [The green leaves are excellent sources of calcium, phosphorus, and iron and have the general characteristics of an excellent leafy vegetable. Lettuce is an excellent source of vitamins A and C and a good source of vitamin B] Lactuca Sativa
leys [leys] n Lace, net curtaining fabric which a design.(Eng. lace). (sem. domains: 5.3.6 - Parts of clothing, 5.1.2 - Household decoration.)
li-ab [lí-ab] n To cut a rounded shape, hollow for a neckline. (sem. domains: 6.6.1 - Working with cloth.)
li-ar [li-ár] 1v (Banton) To lean sideways from waist with hollowed back, as of one's posture. (Odiongan) To lean backwards, stomach protruding, as of one's posture. Often used of a pregnant woman's walk. (sem. domains: 7.1.6 - Lean.) 2n Game doing back-bend to touch the floor with head, hands. (sem. domains: - Game.)
li-aw-li-aw [li-áw-li-áw] v To wander, stroll around aimlessly. (sem. domains: - Wander.)
li-li [lí-lì] 1vbt To peep at something or somebody. Ingli-li nako tong ida talinga subaling di ilig. I peeped in his ear’s, it might have earwax. 2vt To have a doctor examine oneself; to see a doctor. silip Mapali-li ako nak pay inasagnat ako. I’ll go to see the doctor because it seems I have a fever. syn: sil-ip. der. pali-li
li-og [lí-og] n Neck. (sem. domains: 2.1.1 - Head.)
liab [liáb] v To gang upon somebody. hinatak sa kwelyo Gingliab it pulis tong naggugulong yango. The policeman gang upon that noisy drunkard.
liar [liár] 1adj Bending over backward. 2vi To bend over backward. liyad Perming naglili-ar si Mrs. Manica pagnaghahapros kag ida likor. Mrs. Manica always bends over backward when her back aches.
liaw-liaw [liáw-liáw] vi To keep running off and coming back. aliw-aliw Waya’t inghuhuman kag ida tatay kundi magliaw-liaw kaibhanan kag barkada. Her father had nothing to do but keep running off and coming back with friends. (sem. domains: - Move back and forth.)
libadora [libadóra] n Yeast. pampaalsa Waya it libadora tong ida ingyuto nak tinapay. Her baked bread had no yeast in it.
libag [líbag] 1adj Out of tune; off key. sintunado Gusto gihapon nida gikanta aber sida ay libagon. She still wants to sing even if she’s off key. 2vi To be out of tune; to become off key. Buko maganda kag ida boses dahil perming naglilibag. His voice isn’t good because it often is off key.