List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter T - Page 40

tapók

Hiligaynon

To be or become brittle, weak, easily breakable or fragile. Natapokán akó siníng hílo. This thread is too weak for my purpose. Nagtapók na iníng hénero. This cloth is worn out, has lost its strength, easily tears.



tápok

Hiligaynon

To hide, send away, exile, banish. Itápok siá sa malayô. Send him far away. Gintápok níya ang karabáw sa masíot. He hid the buffalo among the dense vegetation. (see sóbol, tábug, tágò).


tapokál

Hiligaynon

Fish, especially hípon, cooked between two sheets of bark, or the like; to cook fish sandwiched between two sheets of bark.


tapól

Hiligaynon

A kind of rice. (see arabón).


tapól

Hiligaynon

Dark-coloured, applied particularly to some kinds of úbi, rice, rattan, etc.


tapón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tapón) Cork, stopple, plug, bung, cover, lid; to cover as with a lid, etc. Butangí sing tapón ang botílya, pínggan, kólon, etc. Cork the bottle, cover the plate, rice-kettle, etc. (see tabón, tábon, súngsung, loón, soón).


tapóyay

Hiligaynon

A kind of tree.


tápù

Hiligaynon

To meet, join, take part in, become a member of a society, associate with, enter, side with (a party), embrace (a religion), etc. Nagtapuáy silá sa baláy. They met together in the house. Walâ siá magtápù. He did not join. Ipatápù (Ginpatápù) níya ang íya anák sa amó nga talapuánan. He should order (He ordered) his son to join (enter, become a member of) that society. Yanáng kambuyahán natapúan na sang madámù nga mga tumalapû nga lutáw sa bánwa. Many prominent citizens are now associated with that firm (company). (see katápù, talapuán, talapuánan, tumalapû, pasákup, dámpig).


tapû-tápù

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of tápù. Also: to patch, mend, stitch (torn garments). Indì gánì siá makahibaló magtapûtápù sang gisî níya nga panápton. She does not even know how to mend her torn garments. (see tókap, halúthut).


tápud

Hiligaynon

To take in all, include all, leave out none, cover the whole, be sufficient for all needs. Natapúran (-údan) ang umá sang mga háyup. The whole field is covered with cattle. Tapúron mo silá nga tanán sa paghátag sing tagisá ka bílog nga tinápay. Give every one of them without exception a piece of bread. Dílì makatápud iní sa tanán. This is not sufficient for all. (see talápud, kámpod, tóptop, tipatíp).


tápuk, táp-uk

Hiligaynon

See tápok, táp-ok.


tapúl, táp-ul

Hiligaynon

See tapól, táp-ol.


tapulánga

Hiligaynon

A kind of hibiscus. See tampulánga id. (see panapulánga).


tapúngaw

Hiligaynon

State of one dazed, crazy, cracked, mad, stunned, stupefied, frightened out of one's wits, particularly said of persons who on awakening suddenly from sleep cannot find their bearings or collect their wits for some time; to daze, stun, stupefy, etc. Natapungáwan siá. He was off his head when he awoke. Nagakatulúg siá; índì mo siá pagtandugón, kay básì matapungáwan siá. He is sleeping; don't touch him, for he may demean himself like a madman on starting up. Nagbalíbad siá sa pagsilíng nga natapungáwan siá. He excused himself by saying that he was quite stupefied (at the time). (see tipúngaw id. and more commonly used).


tapúngol

Hiligaynon

A punch, blow with the fist; to punch, box, strike with the fist. Tapungóla siá. Punch him. Ihátag sa íya (Tagái siá) ang (sing) isá ka tapúngol. Give him a punch. Nagtinapungoláy silá. They fought each other with their fists. They came to a hand-to-hand fight. They came-to blows,-to close quarters. They buffeted each other with their fists. (see súmbag, búngbung, áway).


tápus

Hiligaynon

Finished, complete, ended, closed, terminated, concluded, all over; to finish, complete, end, close, conclude, terminate, get through with. Tapúsa ang ímo sulát. Conclude (Finish) your letter. Madúgay pa balá túbtub nga matápus inâ? Will it last a long time yet till it is finished (concluded)? Walâ kamí makatápus sang ámon pagarádo, kay nagab-ihán kamí. We could not finish our ploughing, for night overtook us. Tápus na. Finished. That's the end of it. It's all over. (see ápus).


tapút

Hiligaynon

To dress, clothe, wear clothes. (see sapút, panapút, naúg).


tapútul

Hiligaynon

A kind of small fish.


tápya

Hiligaynon

See tápia-to exchange one card for another, etc.


tará-tará

Hiligaynon

(B) A rattle. See talátalá.


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