List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter T - Page 12

tagurî

Hiligaynon

Half a day's work, half a day; to work half a day. Nagtagurî lang siá kahápon nga ádlaw. Yesterday he worked only half-time. Taguriá lang. Work only half a day. Tagurií siá. Work half a day for him. Do half a day's work for him. Nagdúgay akó dídto sing tagurî. I stayed (worked) there half a day. (see tungá, sa, ádlaw, utúd, sa, ádlaw).



tagusílang

Hiligaynon

See tagosílang-eye-glasses, etc.


tagusírang

Hiligaynon

See tagusílang.


tagústus

Hiligaynon

A kind of worm that is very injurious to plants, especially to rice. Humáy nga tinagústus (tinagustusán). Worm-eaten (wormy) rice (in the field).


tagútò, tagûtû

Hiligaynon

A small lizard, sand-lizard. (see sóksok, tokô, takâ-gecko; haló-iguana; kuyáyha-flying dragon; buáya-crocodile, alligator; balangítaw, tambalihán, tikî).


tágwa

Hiligaynon

(B) For táwga from tawág. Tágwa tána. (Táwga siá). Call him.


See taguángkan, taguánkan-uterus.


tagwatî

Hiligaynon

A kind of small bird.


tahâ

Hiligaynon

Respect, reverence, honour, regard, consideration, deference, esteem, estimation, veneration; to respect, esteem, appreciate, venerate, revere, regard, reverence, look up to, defer to, honour, hold in reverence, show regard or reverence for. Tahaá siá. Revere him. Defer to him. Walâ siá magtahâ sa ákon. Walâ akó níya pagtahaá. He did not show me respect. He was disrespectful to me. Ginatahâ siá níla sing dakû. They look up to him with great respect (reverence). They honour (value, appreciate) him highly. Walâ na silá pagtahâ sa íya. They do not show him respect any longer. (see táhud, banâ, bálhot, padungúg, panagubáli, hangád, tamúd, saólog).


táhad

Hiligaynon

Sharpness of a point, a sharp point; to sharpen to a point, like sharpening a pencil. Waláy táhad iníng lápis. This pencil has no point or is not sharp. Tahári (-ádi) ang lápis. Sharpen the pencil. (see talíwis).


táhak

Hiligaynon

Daring; to dare. (see aháng, káhas, dáhas).


tahák-tahák

Hiligaynon

Dim. of táhak. Taháktahák nga táo. A daring man. (see dahákdahák, tuháktuhák).


táhal

Hiligaynon

See táhad-to sharpen, etc.


tahámlok

Hiligaynon

A rope made of rags and used to drive or keep off mosquitoes; to use or make such a contrivance. The tahámlok is lighted like a taper and either carried in the hand or fastened conveniently somewhere nearby. The resulting smoke keeps the mosquitoes at a distance. Maglúbid ka sing naúg kay itahámlok ko. Twist some rags together, for I am going to use them against mosquitoes. (see tabó, hámlok, lamók, namók).


taháng

Hiligaynon

A gap in the teeth; having a gap in the teeth (either as a congenital or accidental defect). Taháng siá. May taháng siá. He is minus a tooth (some teeth). He has lost a tooth (some teeth). He has a tooth (some teeth) missing. (see bingáw).


táhap

Hiligaynon

See tághap-to fear, etc.


táhaw

Hiligaynon

To deteriorate, get stale or weak or lose strength. Nagtáhaw ang bíno, lánggaw, etc. The wine, vinegar, etc. has lost its strength. Walâ gid magtáhaw ang íya paghigúgma. His love never lessened. Pataháwa ang íya kaákig. Try to calm his anger. (see tábang).


tahî

Hiligaynon

Sewing, stitching, tailoring; to sew, stitch, tailor, do needle-work, make clothes. Tahiá ang báyò ko. Sew my jacket. Tahií akó sing delárgo. Make me a pair of trousers. Mákina (makiná) sa tahî. Sewing machine. Tinahián na akó sang manugtábas sing duhâ ka térno. The tailor has made me two suits. Indì siá makahibaló bisán lámang magtahî. She does not even know how to sew (stitch).


tahí

Hiligaynon

To toughen, harden new earthenware by roasting salt in it, so that it may not easily crack. Tahihá ang kólon. Harden (Toughen) the rice-kettle.


tahí, tahî

Hiligaynon

A kind of small, brown-feathered bird.


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