lapid1lapidSCE.layer Said of thin, flat objects such as paper; leavesder.lapiden2If someone lapiden something, they will put one flat layer on top of another, such as sheets of paper, or stack leaves, or cut wood boards.piglapidancommit adultery (in the sense of betrayal)sallapidone thin, flat thing
lapiden2lapidder. oflapid1VIf someone lapiden something, they will put one flat layer on top of another, such as sheets of paper, or stack leaves, or cut wood boards.Said of thin, flat objects.
lapit1lapitvb.statnearder.kalapit2be nearmagkalapit2If a person becomes magkalapit, she has become closer to someone in physical position or relation she was before.magpalapitsomeone to approach anothermalapit2If something or someone is malapit, it is close or nearby.pigpalapitcaused to come near to someone or somethingneg.ex.phrwala' pakapalapitwere not able to come close to
lapiyaSCE.overflow (liquid)der.lyumapiyasomething such a liquid to overflow its container
laplap1laplapSCE.shave with long strokesder.laplapenwill shave s.th. with long strokespiglaplapIf someone piglaplap a long piece of bamboo or an edge of a plank of wood, they shave it with long strokes.
lapyunglapyuŋNsweet potato cut into large chunks and cooked in a soup5.2Food
lasākla.saːkSCE.enter This word "to enter" was common from 1970s and before was supplanted by "seled". The word took on an obscene meaning with the younger generations and has sexual connotations now. obscarch