List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter T - Page 2

tábang

Hiligaynon

Assistance, succour, help, aid, relief, rescue, ministry, ministration, helping hand; to assist, succour, to aid, relieve, rescue, help. Sín-o ang magatábang sa áton mga kalisdánan? Who will help us in our difficulties or distress? Tabángi siá. Succour him. Mangítà kitá sing itábang sa áton. Let us look for help or assistance. O Diós ko, tabángi akó. Oh my God, help me. N.B. "tábang" at times also means: to save one's life, rescue from death, but in that case the accent of the passive voice is on the last syllable. Sugúng gid ang íya pagbátì nga sa karón ginatabangán pa gánì. He is very seriously ill and just at present they are trying to save him from death. Napatáy siá nga walâ na matabangí. He died and there was no possibility of saving his life. Indì na siá matabangán. He cannot be rescued from death now. His death cannot now be prevented. He (His life) is past recovery (saving). (see búlig).



tabáng

Hiligaynon

The rope that is attached to the shafts and passes under the neck of a draught animal.


tabáng-tábang

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of tábang. (see abángábang, bulígbúlig).


tabángkò

Hiligaynon

A kind of fish.


tabás

Hiligaynon

Red and white, spotted (of chickens especially).


tábas

Hiligaynon

The cut of clothes; to cut out clothes as a tailor does. Tabása ang hénero. Cut the cloth. Tabási akó sing báyò. Cut the cloth according to measure and make a jacket for me. Gintabásan siá sang manugtábas sing isá ka térno. The tailor made him a complete suit of clothes. Maáyo sing tábas ang ímo mga panápton. Your clothes are well cut or well made.


tabáw

Hiligaynon

A kind of rice. (see arabón).


tábgan

Hiligaynon

From tabúg-to fly away, etc. Tinábgan siá sang painóíno. He was bereft of the faculty of thinking, he is (was)-lost,-perplexed,-bewildered,-dumbfounded,-greatly confused.


tábì

Hiligaynon

A polite expression frequently used when passing another on the road, or the like. Please, allow me to (let me) pass. Please make room or give way. Tábì ánay. Kindly let me pass. Excuse me. Tábì sa ímo. Pardon me. Excuse me. At times "tábì," has the same meaning as tabîtábì, which see.


tabî-tábì

Hiligaynon

Dim. of tábì. Also: an opprobrious term and exclamation of disgust, reproach or execration. Fie! Blast it! Confound! For shame! Tut! Hang it! A plague upon it! Tabîtábì sa ímo, halín ka dirí. For shame, go away! Tabîtábì siníng táo, índì akó kaúyon sang íya batásan. Oh, this is a bad man (This man is not decent), I don't like his ways.


tabíd

Hiligaynon

Appendage, attachment, anything tied or fastened to something else; closely adherent, adjunct; clause, condition; impediment.


tábid

Hiligaynon

To hang together, be fastened or joined together (as two or more cows, etc. by one rope, allowing them some freedom to move about; or as ships, trucks, carts or the like taken in tow). Nagatabíray iníng tátlo ka báka. These three cows are stringed or fastened to one another.


tabíd

Hiligaynon

To tie-, fasten-, bind-, secure-, attach-, lash-, to, connect with. Natabirán ang manók sing buláng sa íya tahúd. The cock has a knife fastened to his spur. Ang íkog sang kabáyo gintabirán sang mga bátà sing láta. The boys tied a tin to the horse's tail. Itabíd iní sa sídsid sang ímo báyò. Attach this to the hem of your jacket. Tabirí ang íya kálò sing mga bulákbúlak. Bind some flowers (flowery decorations) on his hat.


tabíg

Hiligaynon

The ordinary rice-harvesting basket made of bamboo splints.


tabígi

Hiligaynon

A kind of mangrove. (see bákhaw, tungúg, lunók).


tabiláng

Hiligaynon

To do or say something thoughtlessly, precipitately, on a sudden impulse; to stumble or fall into (carelessly, absent-mindedly). Andam ka, agúd índì ka dirâ matabiláng. Be on your guard or you-will fall into that hole (trap, snare, etc.) there,-you will put your foot in it. Nakatabiláng siá sa paghámbal sing súbung. He spoke like that without thinking. (see hinálì, hinalî, tambiláng, tabinás).


tabinás

Hiligaynon

To stumble against (on, upon), put one's foot in (into), act carelessly, impulsively, on the spur of the moment, unwittingly, without thinking. Nakatabinás siá magbutángbútang sa kay Fuláno. He thoughtlessly slandered N.N. (see tabiláng, típlang).


tábing

Hiligaynon

To stitch or sew together a tear in a garment, separate pieces of matting or the like. Tabínga ang duhá ka amákan. Stitch the two bamboo mats together. Tabíngi akó sang ákon naúg nga nagísì. Mend my torn clothes for me.


tabiós

Hiligaynon

A kind of very small fish much esteemed for food.


tabirís

Hiligaynon

To trickle down, flow down profusely (said of perspiration, etc.). (see tululágay, talabirís).


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