List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter T - Page 7

tagasák

Hiligaynon

A slap, a clap; to slap, resound (as a blow struck with something flat). Ang íya mga kamót nagtinagasák lang sa nawóng ni Fuláno. His hands rained blows on N.N.'s face. (see lágsak, lágpak).



tagáwtaw

Hiligaynon

Very tall, high, large, lanky (colloquial); to grow very tall, etc. Nagtagáwtaw siá sa sulúd siníng ápat ka túig. He has grown very tall during these four years. Natagawtawán akó sa íya. He appeared to me to be very tall (lanky). (see lántyog, matáas, matanús, matág-as).


tágay

Hiligaynon

To offer, pour out, give a drink to. Tagáyi silá sing tubâ, bíno, hinébra, etc. Give them some toddy, wine, gin, etc. Itágay sa íya iníng moskatél. Offer him (pour out for him) this muscatel.


tagayán

Hiligaynon

A cup, small drinking vessel; chalice. (see ilímnan, báso, sukî, sulúdlan, kális).


tagbalahâ

Hiligaynon

(H) Time of floods. See timáhà.


tagbaláy

Hiligaynon

Master, proprietor, owner of the house. N.B. On entering a house it is polite to call out: "Tagbaláy!" and before going in to wait for the invitation: "Sákà", "Hápit ka dirí sa ámon", "Sulúd!", etc. (see tagíya, ámo).


tagbaláyon

Hiligaynon

A new unfinished house, a house that is not yet ready to be occupied, a house to be got ready still to receive its owner. Tagbaláyon pa iní nga baláy (diá nga baláy). This house is not yet-finished,-complete,-fit for occupation by its owner. (see bálay, baláy, tagbaláy).


tagbarahâ

Hiligaynon

(B) See tagbalahâ.


tágbas

Hiligaynon

See tábas-to cut clothes, etc.


tagbátà

Hiligaynon

Father, mother; guardian, one who looks after a child or who takes care of it; godfather, godmother. (taganák id.).


tágbaw

Hiligaynon

To fly off (away) to a great distance, be struck or beaten off far, as a ball well hit by a bat, or the like. Nagtágbaw ang bóla, kay naígò sing maáyo. The ball flew far, because it was well hit. Patagbawá ang bóla. Strike the ball well. Hit the ball well that it may fly far. (see tabúg).


tágbò

Hiligaynon

To meet, come together, encounter one another (by mutual agreement or, more often, by chance, accidentally, unexpectedly). Buás sa hápon matágbò lang kitá sa baláy ni Fuláno, sa bulangán, etc. Tomorrow afternoon we'll meet in the house of N.N., at the cockpit, etc.


tágbon, tágban

Hiligaynon

From tagúb-to sheathe.


tágbong

Hiligaynon

To be heavy, ponderous, etc. See búg-at.


tágbong

Hiligaynon

To cast overboard, sink, immerse, throw or put into water or soil below the surface. Ang mapatáy sa sakayán, ginatágbong níla sa dágat. The man that died on board was buried by them at sea, was cast overboard. Itágbong iníng mga sáhà sa higád (binít) sang sápà. Put these banana-shoots into the earth near the brooklet. Nagatágbong na ang íya ginháwa. His life is ebbing away. He is sinking fast.


tágboy

Hiligaynon

To cling to, stick or adhere to, lean upon, take hold of. (see ángot, únung, kupô, kúpkup, tákboy).


tagbululák

Hiligaynon

Season of flowers. (see tagpalamulák).


tágduk

Hiligaynon

A cupping glass; to apply a cupping glass. (see tándok).


tágduk

Hiligaynon

A fence post; to put or ram in the posts for a fence, etc.; to arrange the warping board. (see búgsok).


taggaráling

Hiligaynon

(B) Season of sugar-milling. (see tiggaláling).


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