List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter T - Page 54

tígay

Hiligaynon

To lavish, bestow upon in love and affection; to cherish, fondle, caress, treat with great kindness. Amó inâ galî ang bálus (ibálus mo) sang tanán nga kalolô nga gintígay ni nánay mo sa ímo! So, that is the way of showing your gratitude for all the affection your mother has lavished upon you! (see hátag, hálung, dálò, ánggà).



tigáy-tígay

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of tígay-to lavish, etc.


tigáykay

Hiligaynon

The empty shells of various shell-fishes as often found on the beach. (see pakinháson).


tigáylo

Hiligaynon

(B) Exchange, interchange, reciprocality, mutuality; to exchange, interchange one thing for another, to reciprocate, give in exchange for, give in return, repay, recompense. Tigáylo diá kang kabúdlay mo. (Bálus iní sang ímo kabúdlay). This is to repay you (This is in recompense) for your trouble. Tigaylohí ti labí kamarahálon nga regálo kang sa dará na. (Balúsi siá sing labí kamalahálon nga hátag sang sa amóma nga íya dalá). Give him a better gift in exchange for the present of provisions he has brought. Anó ang ikatigáylo ko kanímo kariá? (Anó ang ikabálus ko sa ímo sinâ)? What can I give you in exchange for it? How shall I be able to repay (requite) you? (see bálus, ílis).


tigáyon

Hiligaynon

Meet, fit, apt, proper, suitable, advisable; to bring about, get done, procure, provide, see to, arrange. Dílì inâ tigáyon sa--. That is not proper or fit for--. That is not the right method (way, means) to--. Kon matigáyon mo ang ákon ginakinahánglan sa ímo pagapasalamátan ko ikáw sing dakû. If you can procure for me what I need I shall be very grateful to you. (see patigáyon, híkot, hímos, híwat, áman, tigána, ígò, ángay, síbò, dápat, takús).


The parents, relations and friends of a woman, usually of a bride or wife. (tig-, babáe; the relations of the man are called the tiglalakí, from tig-, laláki).


tígbak

Hiligaynon

To sever at a single stroke, cut-, slice-, through, cut off at one swing with a sharp-edged instrument; to kill outright; to die-forthwith,-at once,-on the spot. Gintígbak níya ang ságing. He cut down the banana at a stroke. Tigbaká ang ághò. Cut or slice through the ághò-tree. Ginlúthang níya ang buyóng nga natígbak sa gilayón. He shot the brigand that (was hit and) died on the spot. Naglabô siá sa íya sa pagtígbak sa íya. He smote him with the intention of killing him on the spot. (see tígbas).


tígban, tígbon

Hiligaynon

From tigíb-to chisel.


tígbas

Hiligaynon

To cut off, sever at one stroke; to kill (die) outright, etc. See tígbak.


tigbatás

Hiligaynon

Sufferer; martyr. (see tig-, batás).


tigbató

Hiligaynon

A piece, one piece; character, type, letter of the alphabet. (see tig-, bató).


tígbaw

Hiligaynon

A kind of reed that is very common near river-beds.


tígbong

Hiligaynon

To lop off, cut off the end (top, tip, point) of a bamboo, or the like. Tigbongí ang kawáyan. Cut off the tip of the bamboo. (see ótbong).


tigbulukád

Hiligaynon

See tigburukád.


tigbulungá

Hiligaynon

Season of ripening fruits, time when the fruits ripen. (see búnga).


tigburukád

Hiligaynon

The season of flowers (blossoms), flowering season. (see bukád).


tígdà

Hiligaynon

To be or become distinct, sharp, clear in expression, etc. (see áthag).


tígdas

Hiligaynon

To be or become hard, to harden; be clear (of pronunciation, speech, etc.). (see tíg-a, tígdà, áthag).


tigdawán

Hiligaynon

An angler's rod (and line), fishing-rod. (see tigáwnan).


tígduk

Hiligaynon

To plant, drive in, thrust. Itígduk ang sangá, sang ághò, serigwélas, etc. Plant (put into the ground) the branch of the ághò-tree, the plum-tree, etc. (see túgduk id.).


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