List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter T - Page 10

tágpon

Hiligaynon

A cover, lid; to cover, overspread, close (as with a lid). (see tapón, tabón, tábon, loón, soón, takúp).



tágpon

Hiligaynon

To gag. See tágpò. Tagponí ang bábà níya. Gag his mouth.


tagpuyô

Hiligaynon

Master of the house, occupant, dweller, settler, owner or boss (of a house). (see puyô).


tagrá-tágra

Hiligaynon

To roam about idly, gad about, loaf, walk about doing nothing worth while, said especially of women. (see lagáwlágaw, landólándo, haráyháray, tiógtióg, puágpuág).


tagraramíg

Hiligaynon

Winter, cold season. (tigraramíg id.).


tágring

Hiligaynon

Tinkling, jingle, clink, tintinnabulation, vibration, a tremulous sound as produced by the oscillation of musical strings, etc.; to tinkle, jingle, clink, vibrate. Kabatî ikáw sang tágring sang gitára? Did you hear the sound of the guitar? Dílì mo pagpatagringón sing dáyon ang ímo sísta. Don't be always playing your mandolin (guitar, ukulele). Abáw, katágring sináng mga linggánay! Oh the jingling of those bells! How those bells jingle! (see kilíngkilíng, huní, ragíngring, ragíting, tágsing).


tagró-tágro

Hiligaynon

A loafer, etc. (of men). (see tagrá-tágra).


tágsa

Hiligaynon

Each, every one, every individual. Ang tágsa ka táo. Each man, everybody, every man. Ang tágsa ka baláy napunihán sing matahúm. Every house (All the houses) was (were) beautifully decorated. Ang ginámot sang tágsa ka bánwa--. The contribution of every town--. (see káda, tanán, pulús- all, without exception).


tágsa

Hiligaynon

One, one only, single, as a single stroke of a bell or clock, one report of a gun, etc.; to do one by one, in single strokes, etc. Tagsahá ang pagbágting sang linggánay. Ring the bells one stroke at a time.


tagsá-tágsa

Hiligaynon

One and all, everybody, each one (of a number or quantity). Ang tágsa-tágsa sa áton--. Each and every one of us--. Ang tagsá-tágsa ka táo. Every man. All men. (see tanán, pulús, tágsa).


tagsá-tágsa

Hiligaynon

Seldom, rarely, scarcely ever. Tagsátágsa lang nímo makítà inâ. Such a thing you can seldom see. (see tumalágsa, talágsa).


(H) Sowing season. (tigsalabúd, tigsaláb-ug etc.).


tagsáon

Hiligaynon

A rod, cane, stick, cudgel, rattan whip. (see bilogón, náwì, bulunál).


(B) See tagsalabúd, tagsaláb-ug.


tágsik

Hiligaynon

To sprinkle, besprinkle, spatter, bespatter, scatter, etc. See ásik, ágsik, ápok, ásang, wisík, lásik, lágsik).


tágsing

Hiligaynon

A loud, sonorous, piercing or shrill sound; to be sonorous, to resound, to emit a shrill, far-reaching sound, to be-clear,-sharp,-high-sounding. (see sílik, sulánting, áthag, táas, lániog, lányog).


tágtag

Hiligaynon

To distribute, divide among a number, deal out, dispense, give or bestow in portions. Itágtag na sa íla ang dólse, ang kwárta, ang humáy, etc. Distribute to them the sweets, the money, the rice, etc. Tagtagí dirí sing sábud, kay walâ na akó sing itánum. Distribute some rice-seedlings here, for I have no more left to plant. Tinagtagán (Gintagtagán) silá níya sing tagpisítas. He gave twenty centavos to each of them. He gave them twenty centavos each. (see hátag, panágtag, huláy, báhin).


tagtulúgnaw

Hiligaynon

Winter. See tigtulúgnaw, tagraramíg.


tágù

Hiligaynon

See tágò-to hide, etc.


tagu-, tago-

Hiligaynon

A prefix related to, and partaking of the meaning of, tag-, tig-, inog-and manog-.


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