List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter T - Page 59

tikód

Hiligaynon

The heel. (see sikí, buúl).



tikód-tikód

Hiligaynon

Dim. of tikód. Also: to kick-, push-, hit-, with the heel; to give the spurs to, prick with the spurs, spur (a horse); stimulate. Tinikódtikorán (tinikódtikóran) níya ang kabáyo. He gave the horse the spurs. He spurred the horse.


tikóndong

Hiligaynon

A wicker-basket that is usually smaller than a bakág and larger than a tagakán.


tikóng

Hiligaynon

A small balloon-fish. (see butíti).


tíkop

Hiligaynon

Equally related to two or more persons, having a double or multiple relationship with another person. Tíkop ang paghimatâ ko sa íla nga duhá. I am related by blood to both of them.


tíkop

Hiligaynon

To surround, enclose, encircle, blockade, beleaguer, shut in (up), invest, hem in. (see líkup).


tikós

Hiligaynon

A serious skin disease, kind of eczema or herpes; also: elephantiasis, leprosy.


tíkos, tikós

Hiligaynon

Ring, circumference, etc. See líkus. Taknáan nga tikós-a wrist watch.


tíkoy

Hiligaynon

A dish of rice similar to púto, a rice-dish sweetened with sugar; a kind of Chinese cake.


tíkoy

Hiligaynon

Bankrupt; to go bankrupt (used humorously). (see púto).


tíktik

Hiligaynon

A spy, detective, secret service man, sly observer, pryer, prier, one who stealthily watches the doings of others; to spy, observe, investigate. Dakû nga tíktik iníng táo. This man is a very sly observer. Andam ka sa íya, kay tíktik siá. Beware of him, for he is a spy. (see lampitáw).


tíktik

Hiligaynon

The tick of a clock or watch; to tick.


tikúd

Hiligaynon

See tikód-heel.


tikúg-tíkug

Hiligaynon

Crouching, cringing, on tiptoe; to crouch, cringe, cower, tiptoe, be very quiet and silent. (see hípus, tihín).


tíkul, tikúl

Hiligaynon

(B) Border, rim, edge (of a basket, wickerwork, etc.); to border wickerwork, make a rim by doubling over the weavers and fastening them on the other side. Tíkli ang tabungós. Furnish the tabungós basket with a rim. Finish the tabungós basket off with a rim. (see abúd, etc.).


tíkus, tikús

Hiligaynon

See tíkos, tikós.


tíkwal

Hiligaynon

To move to and fro, pass over quickly, lick, suck at (as when passing the tongue over the teeth in order to loosen adhering or imbedded particles of food). Tikwalí ang tingá sang dílà mo, agúd maggwâ sa ngípon. Suck at the particles of food, that they may come away from the teeth. (tíkal id.).


tíkwang

Hiligaynon

Push, thrust, jerk; to push, shove, jerk, jostle, press, move, thrust away with some force. Itíkwang ang síya dídto. Push the chair over there. (see tíklod, tulúd, gíhit, síkway, túlak, síkdol).


tikwáog, tikwá-og

Hiligaynon

To turn one's head (upwards and (or) sideways, as a snake does). Walâ na níya makuób, kag walâ man matikwáog, ang íya líog. He could neither bow his head nor turn it to either side (his neck having become quite stiff). (see húlag, bayáw, takílid).


tikwaóg, tikwa-óg

Hiligaynon

Turned upwards and (or) sideways; one with a stiff (rigid) neck turned sideways.


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