lake'1lakɜʔSCE.mix by shaking up liquidder.lake-enwill s.th. by shaking it up in liquidpiglake'If someone lake-en a bottle of medicine, they will mix it by shaking the bottle repeatedly until it is thoroughly mixed up.
lakelasNthe sound on the ground of a four-footed animal
laknis1laknisSCE.scrape skinder.nyalaknis2If a person has nyalaknis, he accidently wounded himself by scraping his skin on something.
lakub1lakubSCE.turn over completelyUsed for inanimate objectsder.lakubun2will turn s.th. completely over (inanimate objects)
lakubun2lakubder. oflakub1Vwill turn s.th. completely over (inanimate objects)Lakubun ku ya palatu.I will +turn +over the plate.
lakup1lakupSCE.include as part of some event It is used in the context of an event such as a wedding.Simakup1der.nyakalakup2If a person is nyakalakup in something, they happened to be included as innocent victims of some event often a bad event.
lakwatlakwatSCE.far apartder.magkalakwat2If two or more things are magkalakwat they have become spaced far apart.malakwat2If two things or two people are malakwat, they are far apart from the other one.malakwat1If something is done malakwat it is done seldom; rarely; or infrequently.
lala2lalaSCE.tall (in stature)der.kalala2state of being tall in staturelumala3A child will lumala if he grows up to be tall.magkalala2s.o. will become tallmalala3If a person is said to be malala, they are tall.
lala3SCE.soothe; comfortder.lala͡enwill comfort /soothe s.o. (crying or hurting)
lalāla.ˈlaRLkyalala͡anNa kind of stinging caterpillarThis kind of caterpillar produces an itch, burning at the place of contact with the skin.188.8.131.52InsectZoolzoology