List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter T - Page 70

tinínà

Hiligaynon

Steeped in tínà-dye. Patádyong nga tinínà. A skirt dyed black (with tínà-dye).



tinindógan

Hiligaynon

Stand, position, posture, carriage, port, demeanour, presence, figure, exterior aspect, appearance, look, mien, form, guise. Matahúm siá sing tinindógan. He (She) has a fine appearance,-presents a fine figure of a man (woman). (see tíndog, tindógan).


tiniók-tiók

Hiligaynon

Movement; to move, stir, etc. See litóklitók, lihóklihók, tiók-tiók).


tinión

Hiligaynon

Moment, short while, time, instant, a little spare time. Walâ gid akó sing tinión sa pagbálus sang ímo sulát túbtub karón. Till now I have really had no time to answer your letter. (see tión).


tinióng-tióng

Hiligaynon

Motion, life, stir, movement. (see litóklitók, lihóklihók, tingáwtingáw, timóktimók, giónggíong, kuyúngkúyung, etc.).


tinipón-típon

Hiligaynon

Meeting, gathering, congregation, assembly, party; to meet, congregate, gather, come together. (see típon).


tinísdak

Hiligaynon

Life; breath; stomach. (see kabúhì, ginháwa, solóksolók, hinurángus, tirúsdak, gináhab).


tinisdakán

Hiligaynon

See tinísdak. Also: paunchy, pot-bellied, strong, robust, powerful.


tínlò

Hiligaynon

To clean, purify, cleanse; be, make or become clean. Tinloá ang pínggan. Clean the plate. Tinloí akó sing báso. Clean a glass for me. Itínlo akó siníng báyò. Kindly clean this jacket for me. Nagtínlò na ang salúg, kay nasilhigán kag nadagnasán. The floor is now clean, because it has been swept and scrubbed. (see pútlì).


tinô-tinô

Hiligaynon

Gold beads as often used in necklaces, etc. Kolíntas nga tinôtinô. A neklace made of gold beads strung together.


tinógnod

Hiligaynon

Sugared (over), candied, soaked-, immersed-, cooked-, boiled-, in sugar. Ságing nga tinógnod. Bananas boiled in sugar. (see tógnod, tinúsmug).


tinóhog

Hiligaynon

Strung together, strung on a rope, wire, etc., connected or fastened together with a string; a string or bundle of. (see tóhog).


tinokápan

Hiligaynon

Patched, repaired, mended. Panápton nga tinokápan. Patched clothes. (see tókap).


tínong

Hiligaynon

Steadiness, firmness, security; to be or become steady, firm, quiet, lasting and tranquil or peaceful. Nagtínong na ang pagdalágan siníng kabáyo nga sang úna karandagán. The running of this horse, that used to be so restless, has become steady now. (see tín-od, linóng, táwhay).


tinónto

Hiligaynon

Foolish, nonsensical, bad, etc.; to behave like a "tónto", be ill-mannered, be dissolute, etc. (see tónto, binúang, linóko).


tinóo, tinó-o

Hiligaynon

Long ago, of old, of yore, belonging to a bygone age, ancient. (see tóo, sinádto, minál-am, tiniguláng).


tinórno

Hiligaynon

Turned, shaped by a lathe (of balusters, pilasters, staircases, etc.). (see tórno).


tíntà, tínta

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tinta) Ink.


tintéro

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tintero) Inkstand, ink-pot, inkwell, ink bottle.


tinteróhan

Hiligaynon

Inkstand. (tintéro).


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