List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter T - Page 39

tápì

Hiligaynon

Board, plank; wood; to make boards of; to board, cover with boards. Baláy nga tápì. A house built of wood (not of bamboo). Tapíon nínyo iníng tablón. Make boards of this log. Nagatápì na silá sang salúg. They are now boarding (covering with boards) the floor. Támà kanipís kag kakitíd siníng mga tápì. These planks are too thin and too narrow. Kon buút siá magbána sa íya, tapían níya, konó, sing baláy (balayán níya, konó, sing tápì). They say that if she will marry him, he will build her a house of wood (not merely of bamboo). Ipatápì ko sa mga manuglagarî yanáng mga káhoy. I shall see to it that the sawyers saw that timber into boards. (see káhoy-tree; wood in general).



tapí

Hiligaynon

To strike-, give a sudden blow-, brush off-, with the hand, to jerk off, knock off. Tapihá ang íya kálò. Knock off his hat. Gintapí níya ang tinápay sa íya kamót. He knocked the bread out of his hand. Tapihá ang kamót níya, agúd nga madágdag ang ginakáptan níya nga tinápay. Hit him on the hand that he may drop the bread he is holding. (see pípi, píphi, tápdas).


tapî-tápì

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of tápì-board, etc. Anything resembling a board or plank. Abáw, katámbok siníng karabáw, daw tapîtápì ang íya nga likód. Just look how fat this buffalo is; his back is as flat as a table. Ang diótay nga tapîtápì nasulatán: "--. On the small tablet was written: "--.


tapí-tápi

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of tapî-to knock off, etc.


tápia

Hiligaynon

To throw away a card or exchange it for another in certain card-games. Itápia ang baráha mo kon dílì úyon inâ sa ímo buút. Exchange your card, if you don't like it.


tápia

Hiligaynon

To waft, etc. See dápia.


tapík

Hiligaynon

To stick to, adhere to, be attached to; to take or get hold of, to attack (of a disease, etc.); clinging to, attached to; married into a family. Tapikán mo ang sulát sing sílyo. Stick a stamp on the letter. Ang mga malúya sing láwas matapikán sa madalî sang mga balatían. Those that have weak bodies soon catch a disease. Walâ siá lábut sa ámon panublión, kay tapík lang siá (sa ámon). He has no share in our inheritance, for he belongs to us only by marriage (for he (only) married into the family). Ang papél nagatapík na sa díngding. The paper now sticks (adheres) to the wall. (see dokót, pilít).


tapíkan

Hiligaynon

A kind of palm. Its fruit yields kolahós-a substance that causes a terrible itch, when brought in contact with the skin.


tapióka

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tapioca) Tapioca. (see balínghoy, kamotingkáhoy).


tápis

Hiligaynon

A large apron or over-skirt in various designs and usually of a black colour, as worn chiefly by Tagalog women. (see tampíon).


tápis

Hiligaynon

A skirt as worn by Philippine women. (see ámpis, tápis, patádyong).


tapisán

Hiligaynon

A cotton gin. (see ipisán).


táplak

Hiligaynon

See háplak-to drop flat, etc.


táplak

Hiligaynon

See táklap-to cover, spread upon, put on. Itáplak (Itáklap) ang mantél sa látok. Taplakí (Taklapí) ang látok sang mantél. Put (Spread) the cloth on the table. (see tábon).


taplík-táplik

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of táplik. To wag, move to and fro, move up and down, shake, sway, vibrate, oscillate. Ang idô nagataplíktáplik sang íya íkog. The dog is wagging its tail. Ang kalát nga inogbágting sang linggánay ginataplíktáplik sang hángin. The bell-rope is swinging (swaying) to and fro in the wind. (see paládpad, hulághúlag).


táplik, taplík

Hiligaynon

A flick, jerk, a quick light stroke; to flick, jerk, beat, strike, whip (with a quick light stroke). Taplikí siá sang ímo kamót, kalát, pányò, etc. Flick him (Give him a flick) with the hand, rope, handkerchief, etc. Tinaplikán akó sing lúnang sang íkog sang karabaw. The buffalo flicked mud over me with its tail. Itáplik sa íya ang ímo mga túdlò. Snap your fingers at him. (see wáslik, tápdas, háplik).


tápnà

Hiligaynon

Stop, end, termination; to stop, put a stop to, prevent, hinder, put an end to. Tapnaá ang íya pagpangúma sang ákon dútà. Stop him tilling my land. Put a stop to his tilling my land. (see pugúng, táblà, táblaw, sagáng).


tápnan

Hiligaynon

From tapón-to cover, etc.


tápnay

Hiligaynon

A handful; to carry or hold in the hand. (see sápnay).


tapó-tapó

Hiligaynon

Dust, dirt. (see gapógapó, yáb-ok, hígkò, rámò).


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