Tagakaulo - English


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lāganglaa.gaŋNA lagang is a honeycomb that has been abandoned.Simdalitkalabasan1.6.5Animal home1.6.1.7Insect
lagasN1heartwood of a treeThis is hard center of a tree or log.2figpoint of an argumentThe core or essence of an argument; the main point.
lagasa1lagasaSCE.shine brightlyder.malagasa2If a lamp, the moon, or the sun is said to be malagasa, it is brightly shining.
lagasgaslagasgasNa mature male deer (buck)A male deer is called a lagasgas because they rub their antlers against trees to remove the fuzz.1.6.1.1Mammal1.6.7Male and female animals1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animalsZoolzoology
lagawlagawSCE.quickly look around (for an escape)2.3.1.1Look
lagaylaylagaylayNLagaylay are cold sores that develop on people's lips and in the corner's of their mouth.2.5.1Sick2.5.2Disease
lagbas1lagbasSCE.1penetrate; pierce through2reach destination when travelingder.lumagbas2s.o. will reach destination
lagbet1lagbɜtSCE.meet someone der.lagbeti2If a person tells another lagbeti me, he is commanding his associate to meet him at a certain place and time. miglagbet2If a person miglagbet with another person, they agreed to meet at a pre-arranged place and time.
lagbeti2lagbɜtder. oflagbet1VIf a person tells another lagbeti me, he is commanding his associate to meet him at a certain place and time.
lagdeng1lagdɜŋSCE.rest2.4.5Restder.lagdengananlodging housemaglagdenghabitually-restingmiglagdengs.o. restedpaglagdengrestpalagdengenrestpigpalagdengs.o. was caused to rest
lagdengananlagdɜŋanander. oflagdeng1Nlodging house
lagéklékla.gek.lekVsound of tearing cloth5.3Clothing2.3.2.3Types of sounds
lagini'SCE.sound of snapping stick/twig2.3.2.3Types of soundsder.miglagini'making sounds of breaking sticks
lagket1lagkɜtSCE.attach by tying down or stitchingder.lagketen2attach s.th. by tying it down or stitching to s.th. elsemi-ilagketbound together
lagketen2lagkɜtder. oflagket1Vattach s.th. by tying it down or stitching to s.th. else
lagpes1lagpɜsSCE.strike against (the ground, water, or object)der.lagpesenwill strike against (the ground, water, or an object)piglagpesstruck against (the ground, water, or object)
lagpesenlag.pɜsder. oflagpes1Vwill strike against (the ground, water, or an object)
lagsing1lagsiŋSCE.sour2.3.3Tasteder.kalagsing3sourlagsingen5If something eatible is lagsingen, it will undergo the process of becoming sour.magkalagsing2become sourmalagsingIf some fruit or food is said to be malagsing, it is sour.
lagsingen5lagsiŋder. oflagsing1VIf something eatible is lagsingen, it will undergo the process of becoming sour.2.3.3Taste
lagukunSCE.addicted to somethingBe addicted to eating, drinking, alcohol. etcSimmakanmakan
lagunglaguŋSCE.low pitchder.malagung2If a soundis said to be malagung, it has a deep or low sounding pitch or tone.have low sounding voice
lagunsadSCE.sound of footstepsSimlakatlakatunspec. comp. form oflakat12.3.2.3Types of sounds
lagusi'1lagusiʔSCE.not sufficiently cooked Said of a cooked banana whose skin will not peel offder.maglagusi'2If a cooking banana is maglagusi' pa, the skin will not peel because it is not cooked fully through.
laguy1laguySCE.flee; run awayder.nyalaguy2s.o. fled
lakad1lakadSCE.1step over2secbreak or trespass a lawder.kalakadans.o. will break a rule or law [step over]lakadan2step over it (command)lumakad2s.o. will step overmaglakadenenone who commits adulterypaglakadstepping over somethingtresspassingbreaking the law