List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter T - Page 56

tigpakilála

Hiligaynon

Toast-master, usher, one who introduces strangers. (see tig-, pa-, kilála, manugpakilála id.).



One that confronts a situation or presents himself (in stead of another); representative, senator, delegate. (see tigatubáng, mangangatubáng, tinugyánan).


tigpasáw

Hiligaynon

Plash, splash, flop; to plunge, drop, fall, dash, precipitate oneself into water, mud, or the like, with a splash; to plash, splash. Nakabatî akó sang tigpasáw sang íya nga láwas sa túbig. I heard the splash of his body (when he fell) into the water. Tumigpasáw siá sa túbig. He fell into the water with a splash. Nagámbak siá sa pángpang kag nagtigpasáw sa subâ. He jumped down from the bank and precipitated himself into the river. (see támsak, tagasák, lágsak, lágpok, pisík).


tígpò

Hiligaynon

Break, tear, severing, disconnection; to disjoin, disconnect, break off, sever, separate from. (see útud, búgtò, búgras, bánggì, sánggì, sipî).


tigraramíg

Hiligaynon

(B) The cool or cold season, winter. (see ramíg, lamíg, tigturúgnaw).


tígre

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tigre) Tiger; a cruel, ferocious person, brute, tyrant.


tigsaláb-ug

Hiligaynon

(H) Sowing season. (sáb-ug).


tigsalabúd

Hiligaynon

(H) Sowing season. (sábud).


tigsápul

Hiligaynon

A party to a discussion, meeting or agreement; a member of a board, or the like; adviser, councillor, counsellor, counsel. (see sápol, kasápul).


tigsará

Hiligaynon

(B) One each. (see tig-, isá, tag-isá, tag-isará).


tigsará

Hiligaynon

(B) To be scared, frightened, afraid. Nagatigsará ang ginháwa na, hay nagadagóob. (Nakulbaán (Ginatagalióg) siá, kay nagadagóob). He is scared because it is thundering. (see hádluk, dírham).


tígsik

Hiligaynon

To fly off, disperse, scatter; to sprinkle, besprinkle. (see tágsik, ásik, ápok, wisík, lágsik).


tígsim

Hiligaynon

Sip, taste, mouthful; to taste, try, sip, take a small draught of a liquid. Tigsimí iníng bíno, tubâ, sabáw, etc. Taste this wine, tubâ, sauce, etc. Walâ akó katígsim (makatígsim) sang íya mga ilímnon. I have not tasted (any of) his drinks. I have had no occasion to try his drinkables (wines, liquors). (see tiláw, dímdim, samít, dimól, sagámsam).


tigtampálas

Hiligaynon

Evil-doer, malefactor, delinquent, felon, criminal, offender, one who has committed a heinous crime or offence. (see tampálas).


tigtulúgnaw

Hiligaynon

(H) Autumn, winter, cold season. (see túgnaw).


tigturúgnaw

Hiligaynon

(B) See tigtulúgnaw, tigraramíg.


tigúlang

Hiligaynon

(H) Old, aged, advanced in years; to age, grew old, advance (increase) in years. Nagtigúlang na siá. He has now become an old man. Kon buút ka magtigúlang likawán mo ang tanán nga mga kalakasán. If you wish to live long, avoid all excesses. Tigúlang na siá kag malúya sing láwas. He is now old and worn out. (see mál-am).


Humorously used for tigúlang. Elderly, not young; graybeard, honest veteran, oldchap, old fellow (blade), crone, old fogy; old woman, dam, gossip. (see mál-it).


tigúlgul

Hiligaynon

To cut off, clip, shear, fleece, crop. (see gúlgul, bulúg, gúnting, alót).


tiguná, tig-uná

Hiligaynon

First, foremost; leader, pioneer. (see úna, nahauná).


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