List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter T - Page 102

That is to be-intended,-striven after; aim, goal, aspiration, plan, scheme. (see túyò).



túm-an

Hiligaynon

From tóom-to wrap in leaves, etc.


túm-an

Hiligaynon

To wrap a thing in leaves and warm-, heat-, cook-, it by burying it under hot ashes, over live coals, etc. Tum-aní ang talámbal. Heat the poultice (plaster). Tum-anán mo lang ang lígbos, ang binóro nga bilóngbilóng, etc. Wrap leaves round the lígbos-mushroom, the pickled bilóngbilóng-fish, etc. and cook it in hot ashes. Ang artamísa nga tinóktok íla tinum-anán (gintum-anán) kag itámbal (gintámbal) sa lamutî sang ákon túdlò. They made a fomentation (stupe) of chopped up wormwood and put it on the blister of my finger. (see tóom, tinum-anán).


túm-ok

Hiligaynon

To press down, etc. See túmbok. Itúm-ok ang ímo kamomóo sa pítyong-kilás. Push the electric button with your thumb.


túm-oy

Hiligaynon

To dip (in), immerse, etc. See túgmaw, túsmug.


túma

Hiligaynon

Louse, clothes-louse. (see tóma, kúto, botól, kayúmad, lusâ).


túmà

Hiligaynon

Lye; brine, pickle; to put in brine, pickle. (see lihía, gamús, patís, lílang).


tumágsak

Hiligaynon

Seldom, rarely. Tumágsak gid lámang ang íya pagabút dirí. He very seldom comes here. (see tumalágsa).


tumágsak

Hiligaynon

Wide apart, far away from others, thinly scattered, not near together. (see malakâ, pitápitá, atákaták).


tumalágsa

Hiligaynon

Seldom, rare, scarce; seldom, rarely, scarcely ever, now and then, off and on, not very often. Tumalágsa gid lámang. Once in a lifetime, extremely seldom. (see talágsa, tumágsak).


tumalán-aw

Hiligaynon

An onlooker, spectator, bystander. (see tán-aw).


tumalángway

Hiligaynon

A customer, guest, one who buys a drink, etc. (see tángway).


tumalánum

Hiligaynon

A planter, farmer. (see tanúm).


tumalánum-tubó

Hiligaynon

-lánot, -tabákò, etc. A sugar-planter, a hemp-producer, a tobacco-grower, etc.


tumalápnà

Hiligaynon

One or that which stops, puts an end to, hinders, impedes, obstructs something. Tumalápnà-kaláyo. A fire-man, fire-extinguisher. (see tápnà).


Associate, partner, co-partner, member (of a society or company); share-holder, stockholder. (see tápù).


tumalatáp

Hiligaynon

Care-taker, administrator, director, chief. (see tátap).


túman

Hiligaynon

Enough, sufficient, satisfactory, considerable; very, rather much, rather many. Túman na. That's enough. That'll do! That'll serve! That is sufficient. Dílì pa túman--kóndì nga--. It is not yet sufficient that--, but--. Túman kadámù nga mga táo ang nagtalámbong. Very many people assisted. A good crowd of people were present. Túman na balá ang túbig ukón dugángan ko pa? Is that water enough (Is there a sufficient amount of water now) or shall I add more yet? (see ígò, ángay, bágay, hústo, bastánte, támà, lakás, dúro, lám-ag, súkò).


túman

Hiligaynon

To obey, fulfill, carry out, execute, perform, comply with, effect, achieve, accomplish. Walâ níya pagtumána ang sinógò ko sa íya. He did not comply with the order I gave him. Magtúman ka kon sogóon ikáw. Do what you are told. Obey when you are ordered. Gintúman gid níya ang íya tinúg-an sádto. He actually accomplished what he had promised to do. Buút níla ipatúman sa áton yanáng mabúg-at ngga mga tulumanón. They want us to carry out those difficult orders. (see búhat, hímò, dayón, tarús, páti which in (B) often has the meaning of: to obey).


tumándok

Hiligaynon

A native, one born in the place, indigene, indigenous, autochthonous, not exotic or foreign. (see míthì, dumolóong-foreign).


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