Tboli - English


lanabnHigh tide.synlebés 1cflenok mohinidiom oflenok 1uluk 1uluk mohinidiom ofuluk 1
lanaf1nChicken lice.cfslit 1Appendix 13-02 Worms and other crawling creatures2vTo scurry, scramble around, as many ants all together.Botedu yem tey lemanaf gu ditu yó?What is all that scurrying coming from there?h-, k-, -em-, -en-.advScurrying.-em-.Nénégem kun ke tau du yem alì mógów lemanaf gu ditu tuu.Look and see who the person is scurrying along coming here.
lanasTagalog pinyanAnanas comosus.Pineapple.Appendix 26 Fruits
lanawnA lake.
landan1vTo stop and look at many things, as a pastime.Tlek kóm dê landan lanem sme.That's what you get for stopping at one place after another on your way.g-.Béen lusà du gunum glandan soki mógów anii géhél bud kól.There shouldn't be other places for you to stop by (to look at many other things) when you go so that you'll get back soon.syngesdang 1fromsdanggsuféng 1fromsuféngslob 12vTo fall onto something from a high place before finally landing.g-.Deng matay ne ke tehe glandan ta tum tey bótóng mangat laan.He would have been dead had he fallen onto that huge log lying (lit. waiting) down below.h-, k-, -em-, -en-.
lansudvTo heap, pile up in an unsightly fashion.Bê ye lansud ebè dou lósól yem kuy fól.Don't pile your garbage in my yard.g-, h-, k-, -em-, -en-, s-.Tey sendalu wen yó slansud bè datal.There are so many soldiers heaped up on the plain below.sem-, sen-.Senansud ye lu laan lowig yó kem sakù silà.Pile those sacks of corn under the shelter.cfdulen 3luduk 1
lanunA lament, a plaintive song sung at death.vTo lament.g-, h-, k-, -em-, -en-, s-.cflawit 1
lanutnReject strands of abaca fiber that are smaller and softer than the rest.
langafvTo be nervous or anxious; to work on or do something in a big hurry because of worry or anxiety.g-, h-, k-, -em-.Tolo lel le lemangaf du yem hatulem kul.They are still anxiously finding means so they could come up with what you are requiring of them.-en-, s-.synlóngón 1cfslaf 1
langagvTo be sad, worried; to grieve; to sorrow as from a bereavement.g-, h-, k-, -em-, -en-.Angat wen lenangagem tahen yem tniba yó.There will be something you grieve about during the time (you are using) that field.s-.Pertaining to the warning of the omen bird.
langan1nWater from a river flowing off, as a smaller stream from another stream or body of water.vTo divert the water flow, as when looking for crabs.2nViewpoint, opinion, path of thinking.Tólóng langan yó du kóm.Your viewpoint is different.
langatnScream.vTo scream, to cry out.Tey, són bè gunun sóól but soging kun Iwas, deng sana tódô gungolem langaten.While Monkey was only at the middle of the banana plant, you could already hear him scream.g-, h-, k-, -em-, -en-, s-, sem-, sen-, kes-.synkédéw 1cfngawóy 1nawóy
langgangvarlénggéngadj(Of people, animals) extremely old.Tey gedlug knemet ungeden iwas ni bà mon hol deng langgangen iwas.The hardness of this monkey meat is extreme due to the fact that it's an extremely old monkey.cftuha 1
langgawIlongonVinegar.vTo use vinegar.g-, h-, k-, -em-, -en-.
langinSideburns; profile.Appendix 12 Body parts of a person
langilnA hardwood tree used for house posts.Appendix 09-02 Trees for lumber and other uses
langubadvTo be completely covered.Deng tódô languben kwangen gunun nù ketel.His back is completely covered with the itch.g-, h-, k-, -em-, -en-.s-.synlengeb 1sitong 1tfeng 1langub kehedemidiomBroad-minded.Tau sok langub kehedemen sal gel baling ke wen nmoen.When a person is broad-minded, he is always successful in what he does.
lasaknA variety of bamboo used for flooring or walls. It is usually opened and flattened.Appendix 23 Bamboo
lasamnGift.vTo give a gift.g-, h-, k-, -em-, -en-.cfbasa 1blay 1twon 1
lasangadj(Of trees) almost bare of leaves.wek lasangVery thin hair due to poor health.
lasà1nPiece laid out.Hilu lasà deng tnasà ye beng?How many pieces laid out have you flattened (for) walling?vTo lay out, as to place something down.g-.Là dengen glasà yem udél deng sana alì gel snabà ye.The advice is not even all laid out before you yet, already you have answered back.h-.Lemwót yó kem tau mulu nwa le yem kimu eles tgama le, ne hasà le ta yem bigu kay le ebélê le.The people that came to the wedding take the item they have prepared beforehand, and they lay (it) on top of the basket of food that has been served to them.k-.Efet ni sana klasaen bè yó.Until now it's still lying there.m-.Ke deng masà ne lób, ominen mket libuten ni logi, mò gunuhen temngón du ke kilón keheken.If the burned field is lying there (ready to be planted), then this man will perform the ritual for knowing if it's already the right time for him to plant.n-.(A polite way of indirectly asking who put the bolo there.)Tedu nasaen laan koyu ni du badungu?What is my bolo doing lying under this tree?synnal 12vTo sleep together, to die or lie together in the same place.s-.Tey sidek gfà. Tódô le slasà lem litô le.What a terrible disaster. They were both lying beside each other in their own blood.varmasà
lasìnAppearance.Tólóng mton lasien yem libun lomi meslóng.The woman who just gave birth looks different in her appearance.cfhalas 1
lasunnExcuse; reason; cause.Tikóng bud hangayu Kefti, yó se kun lasun, knikoen yu kun, tódô ye gel mékét.When I had fetched Firefly, his excuse was that he feared you, you always bite.cfdalil 3vTo make an excuse.g-, h-, k-, -em-, -en-, s-.syndawa 1
latanTin can, usually referring to a 5 gal. kerosene can.Muta yem libun, ne ominen semla, ne mdek le kól hilu lata.The woman harvests (the rice) and then she fry-roasts it, and they pound several canfuls (what is needed).Appendix 16-01 Measuring devicesvTo use the can for measuring.g-, h-, k-, -em-, -en-.Omin le lemata yem halay.Then they measure the rice with a can).
latuvarlematunThe cardinal number 100.Appendix 16-02 Units of measurementadjA hundred.-em-.Tek sotu kun yem mon le suguken, balù lematu keteya klamang gunun mdà, bede tódô mdà bè gunun sóól nim benwu ni.Reportedly, it has only one support even though the area where it stands is a hundred hectares, but it stands in the middle of this world.