List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter T - Page 74

tiplaúg

Hiligaynon

To stumble, stagger, reel, totter, make a false step, trip, step in, do something thoughtlessly or inadvertently, drop or fall into a hole, trap, or the like. (see tárag, túdag, tásak, ládag, típlang, tipál-og, tikyahád).



típlok

Hiligaynon

See típiok-to join in a group. Tiplokí nínyo silá. All of you together join them, associate with them.


típlok

Hiligaynon

To bend, fold, doubleup. (see pilô, pilók, tikô).


típo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tipo) Type; use, custom, fixed price, usual charge or contribution; to fix or charge a price, etc. Sa típo nga bilí. At the usual-, customary-, fixed-, price. Salapî ang típo nga ámot sang tágsa ka katápù. Fifty centavos is the customary contribution of each member. Tipóhi ang bilí sang ímo báka. Fix (Name) a price for your cow. Tipóhi akó sang bilí sang ímo báka. Let me know-what you charge for your cow,-what price you will sell your cow at. May típo ang íla gásto sa adláwádlaw. Their daily expenses are-fixed,-restricted,-limited to a certain amount. (see látid, pát-od, tasádo).


típò

Hiligaynon

See tígpò,-to disjoin, sever, etc.


tipoló

Hiligaynon

A kind of breadfruit tree (different from the kamánsi).


tipólon

Hiligaynon

(H) Round, spherical; to be or become round. (see timbólog, tibúnog, matipólon).


típon

Hiligaynon

To gather, unite, assemble, collect, bring-, get-, put-, draw-, together; to meet, come together. Tipóna silá. Gather them together. Gintípon níya ang tanán nga mga katápù. He brought together all the members. Nagtilípon silá dídto sa íya baláy. They came together (They met) in his house. (see tingúb, ímpon).


típos

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tifus) Typhus fever. May típos (Ginatípos) siá. He has typhus fever.


típsul

Hiligaynon

See tíbsol-to be plump, etc.


tipúngaw

Hiligaynon

Dazedness, bewilderment, state of one who is greatly agitated or who has a wild look (appearance); to be wild, scared or frightened on awakening from a profound sleep and not having had time enough to collect one's wits. Natipungáwan siá, kay ginpúkaw sa hinálì ni Fuláno. He was frightened out of his wits when he was suddenly awakened by N.N. (see tapúngaw).


tipúngkò

Hiligaynon

(B) Thickset, stumpy, stocky, stout, having a short, thick body, having a large circumference in comparison to height. Natipungkoán akó kariá nga kampanáryo. (Sa ákon panúluk daw pulúndan iníng kampanáryo). This belfry seems to me to be very stumpy, stocky. Matipúngkò gid tána. (Pandákà gid siá). She is very thickset, short and stout. (see búdul, pándak, pudól, karibúd).


típya

Hiligaynon

See típia-to transfuse.


típyok

Hiligaynon

See típiok-to join in a group.


tírà

Hiligaynon

To speak well or fluently, know a language well. See tídà, tátat.


tirabusón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tirabuzón) Corkscrew.


tiráda

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tirada) A cast, throw (of a stone, etc.); edition, issue (of a paper, book, etc.); distance, ride, drive (on a vehicle). Ang báyad sang isá ka tiráda sa kalésa (sa isá ka tiráda sang kalésa) napúlò ka sentimós (sentábos, dakû). A ride (drive of regular distance) in a buggy (gig, rig) costs ten centavos.


tiradór

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tirador) A thrower, a good shot, sharp-shooter; catapult.


tirána

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tirana) A kind of folk-dance with singing.


tirár

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tirar) To throw, cast, shoot, hurl, fling, launch, let fly, dart, toss, pitch, chuck, fire, discharge, let off. (see habúy, pilák, bálang, lúthang, badíl).


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