List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter T - Page 23

tálbò, tálbo

Hiligaynon

To rise (as a cloud of dust); to plunge, thrust oneself forward, jump or fly off, be impelled or projected (to a great distance). Ang yáb-ok nagtálbò nga daw pangánod. The dust rose like a cloud. (see alintabó, ásik, lisík, táyog).



tálhà

Hiligaynon

To be or become easy to split. (see matálhà, súlhay).


tálhò, tálho

Hiligaynon

See tálbò, tálbo-to rise, etc.


táli

Hiligaynon

(English: tally) Tally, score; home ran in baseball. (see bálay).


tálì

Hiligaynon

Luck, fortune, fate, lot; the "water" in the game of tinubigán; a piece of stone, an egg, or the like, used by a babáylan for casting lots.


talibás

Hiligaynon

Loose, separate; erring, missing, straying, stray, wandering; to be or become loose, etc. (see talíbkas, talíbwas, bariwás).


talíbkas

Hiligaynon

To stray, wander from, separate from, lose contact with. Iníng mga soldádo nagtalíbkas sa íla mga kaupdánan. These soldiers have lost contact with their comrades, have become separated from their company. Bantayí sing maáyo ang mga karabáw nga bág-o ko lámang mabakál, agúd índì makatalíbkas sa ibán. Watch the buffaloes I have lately bought with great care, lest they should stray from the rest. (see talíbwas, bulág, sipák).


talibóbò

Hiligaynon

To fall, pour down (said especially of a heavy rain). Nagatalibóbò gid lang karón ang ulán. At present the rain is pouring down in streams. (see bóbò).


talibóng

Hiligaynon

A large, heavy bolo. (see sandúkò, siántong, binángon).


talíbtib

Hiligaynon

Steep bank or slope, precipice, hill-side. (see panalíbtib).


talibúsgan

Hiligaynon

The calf (of the leg). (see batíis, busúgbusugán, pusúpusuán).


talíbwas

Hiligaynon

To get loose, become separate from, get clear of, get out of a difficulty, to escape. Nakatalíbwas siá sa amó nga katalágman. He escaped that danger. Magpaningúhà ka gid, agúd makatalíbwas ikáw sa malisúd nga pangabúhì. Make great efforts to free yourself from such a wretched mode of life. (see talíbkas, talibás).


talidungán

Hiligaynon

Equal, together, simultaneous, coeval, contemporaneous. (see dungán, talirúngan).


taligám-an

Hiligaynon

The forms mataligám-an and nataligám-an are mostly used in the meaning of: to be apprehensive of danger or failure, be disappointed, meet with the unexpected. See tagilám-an. Andamí ang buás, agúd índì ka mataligám-an. Prepare for tomorrow (Think of the future) or you may-be disappointed,-meet with failure,-receive a rude shock on things turning out contrary to your expectations.


taligmatô

Hiligaynon

Confusion, perplexity, impediment, hindrance; to confuse, perplex, be incongruous or unharmonious, out of order. (saligmatô id.).


taligpáan

Hiligaynon

(B) To wonder, marvel, be astonished, be taken aback, be surprised (at anything happening unexpectedly). (see búlung, tingála).


taligpuyúng

Hiligaynon

To close the eyes in sleep, fall asleep. Sang pagabút nínyo bág-o gid lang siá nakataligpuyúng-or-nataligpuyungán. When you arrived, he had just fallen asleep. (see tulúg, túlug).


talikalâ

Hiligaynon

Chain, fetter, gyve, manacles, shackles. (see higót, gapús, pósas).


talíkdan

Hiligaynon

From talikód.


talikód

Hiligaynon

To turn one's back upon, leave, go away, flee, take to one's heels. Nagtalikód siá sa ákon. Gintalíkdan níya akó. He left me. He turned his back upon me. Talíkdi ang maláut nga batásan mo. Turn your back upon your bad habits. Give up your bad habits. Daw sa magatalikód na sa madalî sa kalibútan si Fuláno. It looks as though N.N. is soon going to leave this world (i.e. he will die soon). Tumalikód siá kag dumalágan pa búkid. He took to his heels and ran towards the mountain. Sang túig (búlan, semána, etc.) nga tinalíkdan. Last year (month, week, etc.). (see talíwan, halín, lígad, likód, talikurán).


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