Tagakaulo - English


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lasing1lasiŋSCE.intoxicationder.nyalasing2If a person is said to be nyalasing, he has reach a intoxicated condition.
laspas1laspasSCE.drip offder.palaspasan2s.th. that causes water to drip one drop at a time
lastikula.sti.kuNrubberbandsThe rubber bands or strips used to make slingshots.
lasugbungSCE.sound of rock hitting water2.3.2.3Types of sounds
lat1laatSCE.badder.kalat2destroy; damagekalat1brokekalatayandestruction; dangermalats.o. or s.th. perceived as bad
latagalatagaSCE.flat placeder.kalataganbroad valleyflat place; valleylevel place
latangla.ˈtaŋNA latang is a short log placed under each end of a log that is being cut up.Simbatang
lati'1latiʔSCE.cut down rice stubbleder.maglati'2If a person maglati', he will pull up corn and rice stubble to prepare the field for the next planting.
latiklatikSCE.flick with thumb and finger
latubukSCE.dull thud soundSuch as when a cocout fruit hits the ground2.3.2.3Types of sounds
latuglatugSCE.erotic, male erection3.3.1.8Lust2.6.2Sexual relations
latugbukSCE.sound of rice being pounded2.3.2.3Types of soundsder.miglatugbuksound made when ponding rice
latuwakSCE.sound of falling trees cascadingThe sound made when one large tree falls and there is a domino effect. Trees around or below it are felled too.2.3.2.3Types of soundsder.miglatuwakmade sound of falling trees
latyananlatyananNA latyanan is a female deer or doe.
lawlawvb.uttsaid
lawlawinf. var. ofLew
lawalawaNany kind of web caused by spiders, other insects, or dust (cob).1.6.1.8SpiderZoolzoology
lawa'1RLlyumawa'2SCE.full moon1.1.1.1Moon
lawanla.ˈwanNwhite lauanLawan is a tall, dipterocarp forest tree reaching heights of 30-40 meters. The trunks are stout and straight like a column and light grey in color. Lawan's woodgrain is light brown to white in color, of medium hardness. It is easy to work with for construction but it is also susceptable to termites.Pentacme contorta1.5.1TreeBotbotany
lawasˈla.wasn.possd1the body of any animate being2.1Body2the torso of any human being2.1Body2.1.2TorsoAnatanatomy3a corpse; deadbody2.6.6.2Corpse
lawāsla.ˈwasNthe stem of a plantWholeumay11.5.5.2rice1.5.5Parts of a plantBotbotany
lawas na nyakamataylawas na nyakamatay1.4.1Dead things
lawaylawayn.possd1a person's saliva, the waterlike fluid produced in one's mouth for helping digest food.2.2.3Spit, saliva2.1.1.4Mouth2the saliva of an animal such as a dog, cat, horse, etc.1.6.2Parts of an animal
lawidSCE.???der.mangilawids.o. sits with legs outstretched in frontmanilawids.o. sits with legs crossed
lawig1lawigSCE.longder.kalawig2If someone asks what the kalawig of some object is, he is ask what its length is.kalawiganWhen a person dies prematurely, the person's surviving spouse must give kalawigan to the dead loved-one's family as a fine for early death.magkalawig2s.th. becomes longermalawig2If a person says some object is malawig, he is saying the object is long in its dimension.