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labortalabahu1talabahuinf. var.talabapuNA person's talabahu is their work or kind of labor they do.6.1Workder.magtalabahu2der.migtalabahu2der.pigtalabahu
labor painpetesSCE.labor painder.pyetesan
labor pains, woman havingpyetesanVwoman having labor pains
labor, one’skyapagudan 1None’s hard work
labored, someonepigtalabahuVsomeone worked; labored
laborspagud 2pagudn.masslabors; hard workder.kyapagudander.mapagudder.nyapagud
lack a littletagbi' dakmanPhr.lack a littleTagbi' dakman magetem da aku.In a short time I will be hungry.
lack of concentrationlapawlapawSCE.lack of concentration
lacking moistureagdang1ˈʔag.daŋSCE.dry; lacking moisture1.3.3.1Dryder.kagdangder.kagdang3der.kagdanganander.magdang1der.magdang2der.magkagdang4der.nyakagdang
lacking onedakman minsandakman minsanadj.Phr.lacking one
lacks moisture, s.th.magdang2maag.daŋvb.statIf something is magdang, it contains no more moisture.
ladderbalakatba.ˈla.katNA balakat is a ladder.Simagdan16.7Tool
ladel outsudukSCE.ladel out
ladeled out s.th.syudukVladeled out s.th.
ladle from coconut shell, smallgawi'gawiʔNsmall ladle from coconut shell
ladle made of coconut shellsaduksadukNladle made of coconut shell6.7.7Container
laid down on s.th. (to rest)kyulanganVlaid down on s.th. (to rest)
laid prostrate, s.o.lyumebleb2lɜblɜbVIf a person lyumebleb on the floor or ground, they are lying prostrate.7.1.3Lie down
lakedanawdanawNlake; pond1.3.1.1Ocean, lakeGeoggeography
lake, edge of aligad na danawligad na danawn.phr.edge of a lake1.3.1.5Island, shore
lamp or torch, place to hang or set abantawananNplace to hang or set a lamp or torch
lamp, kind ofalalanganʔa.la.ˈla.ŋanNkind of lamp
landbanwa 2ˈban.waNland; country1.2.1Landid.kadakula' na banwacomp.tagbanwalupa'4lu.paʔNland6.5.1.3Land, property1.3.1.5Island, shore1.2.1Landid.lupa' na alag laganasan
land nose first into grounddusmugSCE.land nose first into groundSimnyampakadekmel
land to be cleared for farminggalasenenNland to be cleared for farming
land, a flat piece ofkalatagan 1ka.la.ta.gaanNbroad valley1.2.1.4Valleyder.kalataganen
land, fertiletaba' na lupa'tabaʔ na lupaʔn.phr.fertile land1.2.2.1Soil, dirt
land, muddy,.swampy.libug 1libugNmuddy, swampy land1.3.1.1Ocean, lake1.2.2.1Soil, dirtGeoggeography
landed on ground and walked around (said of birds)tyumugpa'Vlanded on ground and walked around (said of birds)Simlyumugsad1 1
landed on the ground, s.th.nyakabantuk2bantukVBirds that nyakabantuk land directly in the ground (not in trees).Said of birds that don't not alight in trees or bushes but on the ground, such as quail.
landing placekalugsadan2lug.sadvb.statThe kalugsadan is the landing area at the bottom of a step. bottom of steps
languagetingeg2 3tiŋɜgn.possdA person's tingeg is his language such as Blaan, Cebuano or Tagalog.3.5.3Languageder.mananingegder.pananingegder.pigpatingeg
lap, one'sgiba1giban.possdone's lapder.giniba
large in sizemabakla'3ma.bak.laʔSCE.If someone says an object is mabakla' that object is large in size as compared to the norm.antmayantek28.2Big
large,.buttress.root.of.tall.tree, the.luyung na kawuyluyuŋ na kawuyNthe large, buttress root of tall tree1.5.5Parts of a plantBotbotany
large-bill.crowuwakʔuwakNa large-bill crowCorvus macrorhynchos philippinus1.6.1.2BirdOrnornithology
larva-like worm, any kind oflala1lalaNany kind of larva-like worm
last (in a line), themoli1moliadv.timethe last (in a line)der.kamoliyan
last a long timemadugay2 2dugayvb.statlast a long time; endure
last child, woman’sutut1 2ʔututn.possdfigSometimes women will say that their utut is their last child that they birthed.Synsilak2.6.3Birth2.6.4.2Childcolder.nyaka-utut2der.nyutut
last nightkumanggabikumaŋgabiadv.timelast night8., today, tomorrow
last words, one’spalintugun1palintugunNone’s last wordsAs in last will and testament.
latchedkyabalagsangan2ba.ˈlag.saŋvb.statIf a door was kyabalagsangan it is locked.Said of a door, a gate.
late because of being detained, verybanatbanat 2ˈba.nat.ˈba.natvb.auxIf a person is late arriving because he was detained somewhere, he was banatbanat.
later (in the day)kagayakagayaadv.timeIf a person asks another to do something and they respond by saying kagaya, they are saying they will do it later on the same day.Oppkakaynasay.kagaya na moli allaw
lauan, redmahoganimahoganiNred lauanMahogani is not native to the Tagakaulo area (as far as this compiler knows). It was introduced by NGOs to aid in reforestation. Mahogani is a hardwood of medium grain density. It is a dipterocarp and grows to heights of 30 to 40 meters. Its trunk is straight and light grey in color. Its woodgrain is dark and open. It is easy to work with and good for contruction.Shorea negrosensis1.5.1TreeBotbotany