"Labid" is a word in ILOKANO, CEBUANO

labid ILOKANO
Definition:

adj. /NA-/ always tattling, prating, chattering; being an idle talker. Nalabid daytoy nga ubing. This child is a tattler.

labid ILOKANO
Definition:

n. a species of tall and slender palm tree. --syn. ANAAW. LABINTADOR [f. Sp.], n. firecracker.

labid CEBUANO
Definition:

lábid v [AC3; a] braid, become entwined.
Akuy mulábid niíning lánut, I will braid these abaca fibers into rope.
Nalábid ang íyang dílà sa kalisud sa mga púlung, His tongue became twisted because of the di?
cult words.
Nagkalábid ang duha ka hiniktan, The two roosters became entwined.
Kataas sa ímung buhuk!
Nindut labírun, How long your hair is!
It would be nice to braid it.
n s.t.
braided.
Unsay gidak-un niánang ímung lábid?
How big around is the rope you braided?

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butu CEBUANO

butu n hair that looks lighter than the surrounding hair. Butu nà, dílì úban, Those are light-colored strands, not gray …

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paragatus CEBUANO

paragátus n slippers made of braided abaca. v [A; a] wear, make this sort of slipper.

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sagapa ILOKANO

n. a ring made of braided strips of rattan or bamboo on which a pot is placed.

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sallapid ILOKANO

n. tresses of hair; braid. v. /MANG-:-EN/ to braid. /MANGI-: I-/ to insert in a braid. /AG-/ [with pl. subject] …

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tabid CEBUANO

tabid v {1} [A; a12] braid the hair. Tabira nang buhuk mu, ayaw ipunitil, Braid your hair instead of having …

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