List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter T - Page 15

tákdung

Hiligaynon

To cover (the head, etc.). (see takuróng, kódong, tábon, tútub, tutúb, sosoón).



tákga

Hiligaynon

Promise, engagement, pledge, plight, troth; to promise, to give-, pass-, pledge-, plight-,-one's word,-one's honour,-one's credit,-one's troth. Ang mga tinákga ni Hesukrísto. The promises of Jesus Christ. Nagtákga siá nga--. He promised that--. Tinakgahán níya akó nga báklan sing kálò. He promised to buy me a hat. (see túg-an, sáad).


takídlon

Hiligaynon

From takílid.


tákig

Hiligaynon

Ague-fever, ague, malaria; a kind of fever that begins with a fit of shivering. May tákig siá. Ginatákig siá. He has-an ague fever,-malaria fever.


takilíd

Hiligaynon

Sideways, on the side.


takílid

Hiligaynon

To sit, lie, stand, walk, etc. sideways. Patakílid-to put or turn on the side. Patakídla (Patakilíra, patakilída) ang látok. Set the table down on its side. Tilt the table over on its side. (see kílid).


takín

Hiligaynon

(B) To scrape together, collect, gather, heap, mass, bring together; to separate, scrape or scoop away from a common heap, or the like. Takiná ang barás kag hákpon. (Tipóna (paína) ang balás kag hakúpon mo). Heap the sand together (with your hand) and scoop it up. (see típon, káka, páin).


takinís

Hiligaynon

A plant with very rough leaves that are often used as an abrasive, especially for rubbing and cleaning the skin of a slaughtered pig, etc.


táklad

Hiligaynon

To ascend, climb, clamber, scale, go up-hill, march up an incline, slope, hill, etc. Táklad na kamó. Now, march up-hill. Begin the ascent. Tináklad níla ang búkid. They scaled the mountain. Takladá (-ará) ang bakólod. Climb up the hill. (see tokád, )


takládon

Hiligaynon

(B) Ascent, going up. (see takláron, talakláron, tolokádon, tolokáron, turukádon).


táklap

Hiligaynon

To cover, put or lay upon. Taklapán ta ikáw sing hábul? Shall we put a blanket over you? Shall we cover you with a blanket? (see tábon, táklub).


takláron

Hiligaynon

(H) See takládon.


táklas

Hiligaynon

(H) To climb up something steep, using hands and feet, to clamber up, scale. Táklas ka sa padér, díngding, kodál, pángpang, etc. Climb the wall, partition, fence, steep river-bank, etc. Taklasá-or-taklasí ang pángpang. Climb the steep river-bank. (see táklad).


táklo

Hiligaynon

The hollow of the hand; to grip or catch with the hollow of the hand. (see pálad-the palm of the hand).


táklub

Hiligaynon

A small fish-trap. (see taón).


táklub

Hiligaynon

Cover, lid, cap; to cover, put a lid on, close. Taklubí ang bangâ. Cover the water-pot (water-cooler). Itáklub iníng takóp (loón) sa kólon. Put this lid on the rice-pot. (see táklap, takóp, tabón, tábon).


táklung

Hiligaynon

A kind of snail and its shell.


táklus

Hiligaynon

To hang on to-, attach to-, the belt or hip a bolo, sword, etc.; to gird on a bolo, sword, etc. Itáklus ang binángon. Gird on your bolo. Sling the bolo at your side. (see sókbit).


tákmò

Hiligaynon

To suck. Ang bátà nagatákmò sa íya ilóy. The baby is sucking the breast of its mother. Nakatákmò gid lang iníng bátà sing makaisá kag napatáy. This baby sucked milk once and died. (see sópsop, súyup, sóso, yúpyup).


táknà

Hiligaynon

Time, hour.


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