List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter T - Page 38

tapál-tápal

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of tápal, tapál. Also: to square up, settle amicably, smooth things over (as a quarrel, controversy, or the like). (see kamólkámol, kapánkápan).



tapalán

Hiligaynon

A block, bench, any kind of surface on which something is laid for cutting, etc.; a scape-goat, one made to bear the blame for another.


tapalíta

Hiligaynon

Bow-legged, bandy-legged. (see koíng).


tapalódo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tapalodo) Mud-guard. (see sagáng, sa, lúnang).


tápan

Hiligaynon

To become or make even, level, flat, plain, plane. Nagtápan na ang ámon plása. Our public square has become level now. Tapána ang bakólod. Level down the hill. (see sáma, saláma, matápan).


tapán-tápan

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of tápan. Also: To settle peacefully, etc. (see kapánkápan, kamólkámol, tapáltápal).


tápang

Hiligaynon

See tarápang, sápak. Nagpinalágyo silá kag nagdalágan nga walâ sing tápang. They fled and ran without any set purpose where to go or what to do next. Walâ sing tápang ang íla pagginásto. There is no order or account-keeping in their expenditure. Kon kís-a nagakatápang siá ngá[**typo for nga or ngáa?] daw dídto siá sa íya baláy. Now and then he imagines as if he were at home (in his own house).


tápang, tapáng

Hiligaynon

To happen, chance, come to pass, etc. See tabô. Natapángan ko gid ang íla pagáway. I just happened to be present at their fight. Nakatápang akó sang íla panyága. I chanced to come upon them when they were-having dinner,-at dinner.


tapángko

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tapanco) Awning; small shop, selling-booth; counter, stall, table, especially in a market; tax or excise to be paid for a stall in a public market place. May tapángko ikáw? Have you paid your stall-tax? Have you got, or paid for, a stall or booth?


tápas

Hiligaynon

Coconut-husks, the thick, fibrous layer surrounding the coconut shell; also used as a verb. Gintapásan níla ang lubí. They stripped the coconut of its husk. (see bunót).


tapás

Hiligaynon

To cut down, fell, mow, mow down, cut low shrubs, reeds, under brush etc. Tápsa ang tígbaw. Cut down the tígbaw reeds. Itapás iníng binángon. Use this bolo for cutting. (For felling large trees púkan is more used).


tapát

Hiligaynon

To resolve firmly, be resolved, make a resolution, make up one's mind, determine steadfastly, to do resolutely. Magtapát ka sing malíg-on nga dílì ka na magliwát sinâ. Make a firm resolution not to do that again. Tapatón mo gid ang pagpatáy sang mán-og (sawá). Kill the snake resolutely (determinately).


tapát

Hiligaynon

With determination, in defiance of, determinately, resolutely, in spite of, notwithstanding, nevertheless, however, yet, though, although, but. Bangúd nga madánlug gid ang dálan ginámlig níya ang íya pagtikáng; tapát gánì nakadúpyas siá kag nahúlug sa kalóg. On account of the slipperiness of the road he picked his steps very carefully; yet in spite of it he slipped and fell into the ditch. Dakû gid ang íya paghingamó nga magmánggad, tapát gánì namúsmus siá. He had a great ambition to become rich; he became, however, very poor. Tapát nga íla ginahingabút ang Sánta Iglésya, tapát nagadámù ang íya mga sinákup (tapát siá nagadúgang). They may persecute the Church, but she is ever growing. (see agád, hinonóo).


tápay

Hiligaynon

Leaven, yeast, barm; to leaven, cause to ferment. Tapáyi ang kán-on, kay sapálon ko. Put some leaven into the cooked rice, for I am going to pickle it. (see tinápay-bread).


tápay

Hiligaynon

To beat, strike, slap. Tinapáyan níya akó. He slapped me. (see huyáp, támpà, tapátápa).


tápdas

Hiligaynon

(H) A touch, rap, tap, stroke (of a whip, of the tip of a finger, etc.); to strike or beat lightly, to touch, rap. Tinápdas níya sang íya kamót ang ilóng ni Fuláno. He tapped N.N.'s nose with his hand. Ang tápdas sang íya kamót. The tap (rap, stroke) from his hand. Ang pagdaúg níya sa sugál tápdas gid lámang. He very seldom wins at cards. Tapdasá ang íya dalúnggan. Rap his ear. (see kúhit, káblit).


tapéte

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tapete) Carpet, rug; tapis, table cloth. (see alpómbra, mantél, tabón).


tápgo

Hiligaynon

To clean or dress split bamboo with the bolo so as to make it fit for weaving purposes, to trim or prepare splints for wickerwork. Ginatapgohán níya ang kawáyan nga tinádtad. He is trimming or dressing the split bamboo in order to make it suitable for wickerwork. (see talapgóhan, águs).


táphan

Hiligaynon

From tahúp-to sift rice, etc.


tapî

Hiligaynon

A step, rung (of a ladder, of a staircase, etc.). (see halíntang).


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