List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter T - Page 22

talarík

Hiligaynon

A bird, a kind of woodpecker.



talarík

Hiligaynon

The cue-rest (in billiards).


talás

Hiligaynon

Smoothness, slipperiness; to be smooth, slippery, easy to swallow, etc. See tánlas. (see dánlug).


talástas

Hiligaynon

To know, understand, comprehend, grasp; to explain, expound, elucidate, mention. Makatalástas ikáw sinâ? Do you understand that? Talastasí siá sang nahanabô (nagkahanabô). Explain to him what happened. Iní nga tanán kag madámù pa nga ibán nga maláwig kaáyo nga italástas--. All this and many other things that would take too much time to mention (explain)--.


talatapán

Hiligaynon

Administration, office, bureau, management, direction, governing (administrative) board. (see tátap, talatapón).


talatapón

Hiligaynon

(H) Things to be attended to, business, duties to be performed, that is to be administered or taken care of. (tátap).


talatlóhan

Hiligaynon

The third part, one third of a given standard unit. Pulakán nga talatlóhan. A measure containing one third of a gántang. (see tersyóhan, alapátan).


talaúma

Hiligaynon

Arable soil, tillable land, ground fit for cultivation; good, fertile (of soil). (see umá).


tálaw

Hiligaynon

Cowardice, pusillanimity, faintheartedness, timidity; to be or become cowardly, discouraged, skittish, to lose courage, quail, flinch, slink, cower, crouch, be cowed down, be timid or fainthearted. Nagtálaw siá. He became a coward. He winced, flinched, or acted like a coward (on this occasion, not having been a coward before). Nagpakítà siá sang íya pagkatálaw (pagkamatálaw). He showed, that he was a coward. Indì ka magpatálaw. Don't allow yourself to be intimidated. Don't lose courage. Ginataláwan akó sa íya. I consider him a coward. He appears to me to be a coward. Indì kamó magpakatálaw, kóndì magpakaísug kamó. Don't be cowards, but be brave. Ginhímò níya iní sa pagpatálaw sa ínyo, ápang índì gid kamó magpatálaw. He did this in order to make you fainthearted, but on no account permit yourselves to be discouraged. (see hádluk, ísol, patubalíng, paubág, pakitidalúm, paubús, dírham, kúlbà).


talawán

Hiligaynon

A coward, craven, dastard, recreant, poltroon; to show the white feather, show one's back, shake in one's shoes, draw back in a funk, be intimidated or cowed down. (see tálaw, matálaw).


taláwgon

Hiligaynon

That is to be-called upon,-summoned; citable. (see tawág).


taláwik, talawík

Hiligaynon

A squeal; to squeal, squeak. See iwík, tarawík, etc.


taláwis

Hiligaynon

(H) Sharpness (of a point); to be or become sharp-pointed, to sharpen a point. Gintaláwis níya ang dága. He sharpened the point of his dagger. Natalawísan akó siníng búgsok. This stake appears to me to be sharp-pointed. This stake is too sharp-pointed for me. Ipataláwis mo sa manugsálsal ang ímo tagád. Let the smith (Get the smith to) put a sharp point to your dibble. (see talíwis, taráwis).


talawít

Hiligaynon

Humorously used for matálaw, talawán-a coward, etc.


taláy-an

Hiligaynon

Stake, wager, bet, bettings; place where money is put down or paid in at gambling and betting; that is to be backed, that on which money is to be put, as on a race-horse, on a card, etc. (see tayâ).


taláyhang

Hiligaynon

A fabulous animal, an evil spirit that haunts forests and assumes at times the shape of a lizard (tambalihán) or the like.


taláyhop

Hiligaynon

(H) A pair of bellows, an air-pump, any instrument for causing a stream of air, as a tube to blow a fire with, etc. (see táyhop).


taláyhum

Hiligaynon

To smile. See taláihom id.


taláytay

Hiligaynon

To go along the ridge or crest of a hill, mountain, etc.; to balance oneself in going along a ridge, in crossing a narrow bridge, etc. (see látay, táytay, panaláytay).


talaytáyon

Hiligaynon

A ridge or crest to be gone along, a beam to be walked over in crossing a river, etc. (taláytay).


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