List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter T - Page 110

túsà

Hiligaynon

See patúsà-to insist, be insistent.



túsay

Hiligaynon

Wild gesticulation, spar; to make a spar at, gesticulate wildly, move the hands wildly, saw the air with one's hands, swing the arms, etc. preparatory to a fight, to get ready for a fight. Ang mga manogdumúg nagatúsay (nagatulúsay, nagatinusayáy) na. The wrestlers are getting ready for the fight. (see hanâ, labáy-lábay, barumbáda).


tusík

Hiligaynon

The beak-, bill-, of a bird; to peck (at), bite; to eat very little. Daw nagtusík gid lang siá. He ate very little. He scarcely touched the food. (see tóktok, tukâ).


túslok

Hiligaynon

To thrust at, poke at, make a lunge at, jab, prod, prick, stab. Indì mo pagitúslok ang ímo túdlò sa íya matá. Don't poke your finger at his eye. (see tíslok, tisók).


túsmug

Hiligaynon

To dip (in), immerse, plunge into-, put into-, a liquid; to boil bananas, etc. in sugar. Itúsmug ang túdlò mo sa túbig nga bendíta. Dip your finger in the holy water. Iúlà na lang yanáng túbig nga tinusmugán níya sang íya mahígkò nga báyò. Pour out the water in which he has dipped his dirty jacket. Mga ságing nga tinúsmug (sa kalámay). Candied (Sugared) bananas. (see túgmaw, túm-oy, tógnod, túgmoy).


túsngaw

Hiligaynon

To speak aloud, make audible, raise one's voice so as to be audible, intelligible, distinct, clear. Malúya na gid siá nga índì na gánì makatúsngaw sang íya tíngug. He is very weak now; he cannot speak audibly (intelligibly) any longer. Indì na siá katúsngaw (makatúsngaw). He is too far gone to utter a word. He can no longer make his voice heard. (see hámbal, púlong, bungát, tikáb).


túsop

Hiligaynon

To bite off a piece, eat by snaps and snatches, gnaw, nibble, pick (a bone, etc.). (see áp-ap, kíbkib, kítkit).


túsu

Hiligaynon

See tóso-to be unreliable, etc.


tútdan

Hiligaynon

From tútud-to set fire to, etc.


túte, túti

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tute) A game at cards.


tútò, tutô

Hiligaynon

See tótò, totô-a darling (boy), etc.


tutór

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tutor) Tutor, guardian; instructor, teacher. (see manugbántay, manunúon).


tutóy

Hiligaynon

A young dog, puppy. See totóy, tiô, tyô.


tutú

Hiligaynon

To pound, etc. See totó.


tútù, tútu

Hiligaynon

To be or become active, diligent, assiduous, working with zeal or application; be a good boy. (see tótò, tútum, písan, úkud, patútù, panútò).


tútub

Hiligaynon

A cover; a turban or any similar head-dress. (see tutúb, púlus, pudóng).


tutúb

Hiligaynon

To cover a bottle, jar, pot, basket, etc. with a piece of paper, cloth, or the like and fasten with a string tied round the neck of the vessel (receptacle). Tutubá (Tutubí) ang pasók nga may sulúd nga báboy (nga unúd sang báboy). Cover and close the neck of the bamboo tube containing pork. May ginamús nga natutúb. There is some salt fish wrapped up somewhere i.e. There is some secret behind it. There is something that shuns the light, that should be hidden or kept out of view. (see súngsung, putús, baláhos, tábon).


tútud, tutúd

Hiligaynon

To set fire to, burn, destroy (consume) by fire, make fire of, burn to ashes. Tipóna kag tútdi ang mga ságbot (rámò). Collect (Gather) the rubbish and burn it. Tinútdan níla ang sinapiyo (sinipíyo). They burned (burnt) the shavings. (see súnug).


tutúk

Hiligaynon

To knock at a door, or the like; to hammer. Sínò na man ang nagatutuk? Who is knocking again? Tutuká ang ganháan. Knock at the door. (see tóktok, panóktok, papák, pápà).


tútum

Hiligaynon

Reliability, trustworthiness, faithfulness; to be or become reliable trustworthy, brave, trusty, valiant, faithful to one's duty (under difficulties), etc. (see ísug, písan, únung, matútum).


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