List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter T - Page 55

tígduk

Hiligaynon

Vein, layer, stratum (of minerals). Tígduk sang buláwan. A gold vein.



tiggaláling

Hiligaynon

(H) Sugar-milling season. (see gáling, galíng).


tighabagát

Hiligaynon

Season of the southwest wind, the time between July and November. (see habágat).


tíghok

Hiligaynon

Shortness of breathing, respiratory difficulties, asthma, dyspnoea, apnoea; to be asthmatic, breathe with difficulty, to wheeze and cough, as those that are in an advanced state of consumption. Nagatíghok na si Fuláno. N.N. breathes with difficulty now. Ginatíghok siá. He is suffering from asthma. (see hápò, hímpok).


tigí

Hiligaynon

A pebble, piece of wood, or the like, placed under coins in the game of tángga; to put under (underneath); in an obscene sense equal to dítil.


tigî

Hiligaynon

Crust, incrustment, rind, pastry-crust, crackling of roast pig (barbecue); hard, crusty, incrusted, covered with a crust, having a hard or baked exterior. (see tígì).


tígì

Hiligaynon

To bake, brown, crust, incrust, roast well, make hard or crusty. Tigía ang letsón. Roast the barbecue or sucking-pig well. Natígì na ang tinápay. The bread is baked now. The bread has (become coated with) a crust. Nagakatígì na ang tinápay. The bread is beginning to form a crust. Anó ang nakatígì (nagtígì) sang bagól mo? What baked your head i.e. why do you look as if your head had been baked or roasted?


tigí-tígi

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of tigí. Also: an insect that is injurious to plants, particularly to balúnggay, búyò, etc.


tigíb

Hiligaynon

Chisel; to chisel, mortise, gouge out. Tígbi ang káhoy dirí kag sakálan. Mortise the wood in this place and bracket it. Iníng dáan nga halígi índì na makasírbe, kay madámù sing tinígban. This old post won't do, because it is full of mortises (holes made by a chisel). Tígba lang ang labáw sang káhoy. Chisel off the superfluous part of the wood. Anó ang itigíb ko, kay walâ akó sing tigíb? What shall I chisel with, as I have no chisel? (see sinsíl).


The hot (warm) season. (see tig-, ínit).


tígis

Hiligaynon

To pour out, empty (out), drain, exhaust; to drink off, finish off, toss off; to transfuse, pour from one vessel into another (particularly said of liquids). Itígis (Tigísa) ang bíno sa báso. Pour the wine into the glass. Tigísi ang tádyaw sang túbig nga arâ sa bayóng. Pour the water from the bamboo tube into the earthen jar. Gintígis níya sing gólpe ang isá ka báso nga serbésa. He drained (tossed off) a glass of beer at one draught (go). (see tíbiong, tayón, bóbò, táyhong, láb-ok, inúm).


tigisán

Hiligaynon

Glass, tumbler, cup, bowl, pitcher, chalice, etc., anything used for pouring or containing liquids. (see tígis, tagayán).


Wood, wood-work, timber, materials for the wooden part or wooden structure of a house, cart, etc. as distinct from stone, iron, cement, or the like. Ang mga tigkahóy sináng baláy gabúk na, ápang ang padér maáyo pa. The wooden structure of that house is rotten, but the stone-walls are strong yet. (see káhoy).


tigkamás

Hiligaynon

See tikamás, singkamás-a vine with edible roots.


tiglalakí

Hiligaynon

The kinsmen, relatives, friends of a man, usually of a husband or bridegroom. (see tigbabaé-the relatives, etc. of a woman).


tiglapák

Hiligaynon

A spring-trap; provided with a spring, catching (that catches) by means of a spring. Siód nga tiglapák-a spring-trap, a trap that catches its victim by means of a spring. (see siód, nga, tigsohót-a trap that closes on its prey). (see tig-, lápak).


tiglawás

Hiligaynon

One who represents another, representative, delegate, commissioner, proxy, charge d'affaires. (see tig-, láwas).


tigmatá

Hiligaynon

An inflammation of the eyes. (see tagimatá, taghimatá).


tigô

Hiligaynon

To be scarce, rare, scanty, inadequate, insufficient. (see íwat, hínà, íngol, higúshigús, maápsà).


tígpak

Hiligaynon

To sever, cut through; kill outright. See tígbak, tígbas.


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