List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter T - Page 6

tagâ-tagâ

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of tagâ-a word, term. Also: to speak slowly, pronounce distinctly syllable by syllable.



tagâ-tágà

Hiligaynon

Mantis, a fly similar to, but larger than, the "dahón-dahón".


tagábang

Hiligaynon

A vegetable plant whose oily leaves greatly facilitate the act of swallowing.


tagád

Hiligaynon

An iron-pointed bar or dibble used in digging, making holes for fence-stakes, etc. Ibákhay iníng tagád sa dútà. Use this iron-pointed dibble to dig up the earth with. (see báhì-a wooden dibble).


tágad

Hiligaynon

See tagád. In and near Iloilo tagád is mostly used, tágad in other places.


tágak

Hiligaynon

To knot or bind hemp-fibre together and roll it up neatly in a basket (tagakán) preparatory to weaving or reeling. Tagáka ang lánot. Bind the hemp-fibre and roll it up in the basket. Tagáki akó sináng lánot. Get me ready that hemp for reeling (or weaving). (see súg-ut).


tagakán

Hiligaynon

The basket used in the operation of tágak. (see sug-útan).


tagál, tágal

Hiligaynon

To impel, drive, push forward, instigate, induce, put forward; to make use of the services of another for obtaining a favour, etc. from a third person; to guide, direct, point out, show. Sonô sang maáyo ukón maláin nga paghimánwa ang isá ka púngsud ginatagál (matagál) sa kaayohán ukón sa kalaínan. According to a good or bad management of public affairs a nation is led (driven, directed) towards prosperity or misery. Si Fuláno gid ang dáyon níla ginatagál sa pagpanáysay sa ákon sang íla mga kinahánglan. They always make use of N.N.'s services to let me know what they want. Itagál si Fuláno. Instigate, induce, put forward N.N. Make use of (Use) N.N. for your purpose. Kon sókton gánì siá sang íya útang sa gihápon ginatagál níya ang íya kabáyo. Whenever payment of his debt is demanded of him he always points to his horse, i.e. as much as to say: "Will you take my horse in payment of my debt"? or "Please wait until I shall have been able to sell that horse of mine". (see dáldal, tulúd, tányag, tóytoy, túltul).


tagála

Hiligaynon

A Tagalog woman. (see alâ).


tagaláling

Hiligaynon

(H) Milling time, milling season for sugar cane. (see gáling, galíng, galingán, gáring).


tagaláni

Hiligaynon

Time of harvest, harvest-time, harvesting season (for rice). (see tigaláni).


tagali-óg

Hiligaynon

To come up to the neck (of water), hence: to scare, frighten, make afraid. (see hádluk, tigsará).


tagálog

Hiligaynon

A male Tagalog. (see alóg).


tagáltal

Hiligaynon

To rattle, clatter, crash to the ground, make a noise as of something striking or knocking against a hard surface. Ang láta nagatagáltal sa trak. The can is rattling in the truck. (see dagáldal).


tagám

Hiligaynon

To be careful, take care, beware, be on the alert-, the look out-, for danger, etc. Tagám (Magtagám, Tumagám) ka. Take care. Look out. Beware. Tagamí si tátay mo, kay hanóton ka níya kon masápwan ang ímo ginhímò. Beware of your father for he will give you a flogging, if he finds out what you have done. (see katalágman-danger; ándam).


tagámbay

Hiligaynon

Small, fine; good, not sandy (of soil). Tagámbay nga dútà. Good soil. Fertile ground. (see magamáy, tagámhay).


tagámhay

Hiligaynon

Small, little, tiny; fine, good (of soil); to be or become small, etc. Lígsa ang dútà, agúd magtagámhay ang mga pugá. Harrow the field so that the clods may by broken up small. (see tagámbay).


tagámtam

Hiligaynon

To taste, try the flavour of. (see dímdim, tiláw, sagámsam).


taganák

Hiligaynon

Father, mother, guardian, tutor, person to whom a child belongs (who looks after a child); godfather, godmother. (see anák).


tágas

Hiligaynon

A flow of blood, flow of decomposed matter; to flow, ooze out, trickle, decompose and liquefy. Ang bángkay nagatágas na. The corpse is already in a state of decomposition. Si Fuláno ginatagásan. N.N. is suffering from a flux or a flow of blood.


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