List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter T - Page 32

támsok

Hiligaynon

To lick or suck (a finger, etc.); to lap, sip. Ginkúhit níya ang íya túdlò sa lasáw kag tamsokán (tinamsokán). He dipped his finger in the molasses and licked it. (see támos, sópsop, lótgot, hábhab, láklak, súyup).



tamúd

Hiligaynon

To look upon, consider, notice, discern, perceive, advert to, remark, mark, attend to, fix the eyes upon, bend one's look down upon. Tamurí (tamudí, támdi) sing maáyo ang sulát. Look the letter over well, consider it well. Támda akó. Look at me. Pay attention to me. Nakasándad siá, kay walâ níya pagtámdi sing maáyo ang íya ginaláktan. He stumbled, because he did not-mind well where he was stepping,-look where he was putting his feet. (see túluk, tán-aw, mulálong, bilíd, talámdan, katámdan).


tamúdyos

Hiligaynon

A kind of fish; naughty, frivolous, unmanageable, difficult to restrain. (see sutíl, harásharás, darándarán, etc.).


tamúng

Hiligaynon

(B) A cover for the face, mask, vizor, face-guard of a helmet; to blindfold, bandage the eyes, hoodwink (especially in the game of butábúta (Blindman's buff, Blind Harry). Sín-o ang natámngan (butábúta, butá)? Who was blindfolded? Who was "blindman"? Támngi nínyo (tána). (Bugkusí nínyo sing pányò ang íya mga matá). Blindfold him.


támwà

Hiligaynon

To look out or in, have a peep at something, look at something furtively, gaze at stealthily, pop one's head in (up); to make one's appearance, inspect, look things over, look into, examine. Walâ gid siá pagtámwà sa digamohán. She never even as much as looks into the kitchen. Sang pagligad (paglubás) ko sa íya baláy nagatámwà siá sa bintánà. When I passed his house he was looking out of the window. Nagtámwà siá sa gawáng. He popped his head out of the door (window). Tamwaá siá. Observe him. Watch him. Look at him (from the window, the door, an aperture, etc.). (see gáwa, láaw, lántaw, língling, bántay, panílag, túluk).


támyaw

Hiligaynon

See támiaw-to salute, etc.


tan

Hiligaynon

Short for kapitán. Si Tan Ipíng (Felípe). Kapitán Philip.


tán-aw

Hiligaynon

(H) To see, look, view, behold, contemplate, eye, look upon, gaze upon. Tán-aw ka dirí. Look here. Tan-awá iní. Look at this. Tan-awón ko ang íya binakál. I am going to have a look at what he bought. Indì akó malúyag magtán-aw sing amó inâ nga mga talan-áwon. I do not like to see such sights. Ipatán-aw mo sa ákon ang ímo bág-o nga kálò. Let me have a look at your new hat. Nakatán-aw man akó sinâ sa Manílà. I have seen that also in Manila. Tumán-aw ka kon sín-o dirâ sa idálum sang baláy. Go and see who is there below. (see túluk, kítà, mulálong, himútad, solóng, támwà, síplat, sípraw).


tán-ay

Hiligaynon

To offer, proffer, tender, afford, present, serve up, hold out to. Ginatán-ay níya ang pílak sa buút magsáylo sa íya búnghay. He is offering money to whosoever wants to join his party. Itán-ay ang kamót mo kay butangán ko sing isá ka hakúp nga dólse. Hold out your hand and I shall fill it with candies. Itán-ay ang kalípay, agúd makapahúway akó sang kalisúd. Suggest (Propose) some way of passing the time pleasantly, so that I may find some rest from my anxiety (trouble). Offer some cheerful diversion, that I may get relief from my distress. (see tányag, hátag).


tán-up

Hiligaynon

To sound, echo, be heard from a distance, strike the ear. (see aningál, aniníngal, tánoy, sulánting).


tána

Hiligaynon

(B) He, she, it. See siá.


tánag

Hiligaynon

To cover with, immerse, steep in, particularly said of fruit steeped in a solution of lime previous to being put into the boiling juice of sugar cane. Tanágan mo ánay ang sántol (sing ápog) kag ugáling ilúnud sa kalámay. First dip the santol-fruit in lime-water and then put it into the sugar. (see túgnod).


tának

Hiligaynon

A worm that is very injurious to trees and bamboo. Also used as a verb. Tinának ang kawáyan sa siníng lugár. In this place the bamboo is infested with the tának-insect. (see salíksik).


tanákon

Hiligaynon

Infected with tának, worm-eaten. (tának).


tanán

Hiligaynon

All, everyone, every one of, the whole number or quantity of. Sa tanán nga túig. Every year. Ang tanán nga mga táo. All men. Huy, dalágan na kamó, tanántanán sing dungán. Now then, run, all together.


tanáng

Hiligaynon

(H) Overripe, rotten-ripe, etc. See lanóng id.


tanangáw

Hiligaynon

An insect with a very strong offensive smell, very injurious to plants, especially to rice. (see tiyangáw id.).


tánda

Hiligaynon

(B) They. (see sánda, silá).


tándà

Hiligaynon

Sign, mark, token, symbol, symptom, note; to sign, mark, observe, heed, notice, pay attention to. Walâ akó makatándà kon pilá ka táo ang nagtalámbong. I did not notice how many people were present. Tandaí ang ginbutangán sang ákon maléta. Mark well the spot where my handbag has been put down. Anó ang tándà sang ímo báka, baúl, panápton, etc.? What is the identification mark of your cow, trunk, clothes, etc.? Nakatándà ikáw kon makapilá na siá nagabút dirí? Have you observed how often he has come here? Tándà iní sang--. This is a sign of--. Tandaán mo sing maáyo ang tanán nga mga sumalákà, agúd ímo makilála. Take particular note of all the visitors, in order that you may know them. (see timáan, pát-in).


tandáan

Hiligaynon

Sign, symbol, symptom, mark, note. (see tándà, talandáan, timáan, pát-in).


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