lawud1la͡udspatl.deitic 1primdownriverantdaya2deeper waterUsed in the context of a shoreline of a lake or ocean. to move from shallow waters to the deeper water.comp.adti lawud2downstream (relative to me)der.pagpalawudin deep water far from shore
layedlayedander. oflayedlayedVbeginning of having labor painsSaid of a young woman who is about to give birth.
layi'la͡iʔNLayi' is a bamboo grass and has a small diameter body and short in length. Its body color is light yellow and strong. Layi' was used for making blowguns, and arrows in years past. It is also used to ward off the “wakwak” spirit at night. Layi' placed at each of the gable ends of a house, sharpened to a point protuding at about 11 o’clock angle.18.104.22.168reedsBotbotany
laylaylai.laiNa cicadaA flying insect which is noted for the raspy buzzing noise it makes while resting in trees. It appears on a cycle of a certain number of years.22.214.171.124InsectZoolzoology
lebeglɜ.ˈbɜgRLlyebegvb.stat1If a normally transparent object is now said to be lebeg, it is now opaque if glass or one's sight, murky or muddy if a river, or cloudy if water from a well or spring. 126.96.36.199Transparent2secnot clear thinkingSaid of someone who makes decisions based on incorrect or incomplete information.
LebēgLɜbɜgn.properLegçg is the original name of Upper Maynit.
lebek1lɜbɜkSCE.pulverizeder.miglebeks.o. pulverizes something in a lusung
lebekananlɜ.bɜ.ka.nanNThe lebekanan is the mortar used for smashing betel chew.
lebeken2lɜbɜkVIf someone lebeken something she will pulverize by pounding things such as rice, corn, bananas.
lebeng1lɜbɜŋ1Ngrave2Vbury (cmd)Dili' aku mu lebeng asini banwa ini.Do not bury me here in this place!Used in the negative.der.kyalebenganplace where s.o. is buriedlebenganburied s.o. (neu.)lebengananburial site; grave yardlebengibury (me) s.wh. (cmd)piglebeng2put into a grave