List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter T - Page 75

tirások

Hiligaynon

Careless, etc. See tarásak, patarásak.



tiráy-tíray

Hiligaynon

To be kind to, deal gently with, to stroke, touch gently or softly, particularly applied to stroking an animal in order to accustom it to the touch of man and make it tame. Tiráytiráyi ang báboy, kabáyo, karabáw, etc. Stroke the pig, horse, buffalo, etc. gently (softly). (see apóhap, kálot, paayónáyon, dálò).


tirî

Hiligaynon

To become senseless, unconscious, insensible, torpid, stiff and lifeless (through a sudden blow, shock, etc.). Nagtirî gid lang siá, kay linampusán ni Fuláno. He fell down stiff and lifeless on being hit by N.N. Karón patirión ta ikáw, kon índì ka maghípus. I'll knock the life out of you, unless you keep quiet. (see pálak, oróyóroy, tingâ, uráhab).


tírik

Hiligaynon

(B) To turn round, spin round, revolve quickly. (see tílik, tíog, tíyog, búyung, túyub).


tirík-tírik

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of tírik. To swing round, sway to and fro, oscilliate, rotate, turn round, whirl round.


tirík-tirík

Hiligaynon

Merry-making; to make merry, to frolic, gambol, play. (see hinúgyaw, kalakatád).


tirilád

Hiligaynon

(B) A scraper, scooper, especially one used for scooping out the coconut meat from the shell. (see tililád id.).


tiripón-típon

Hiligaynon

(B) See tilipón-típon-to gather, assemble.


tírko

Hiligaynon

(Sp. terco) Stubborn, obstinate; clever, tricky, tricksy, cunning, sly, cheating. (see pílyo, sutíl, antígo, sagád, batíd, etc.).


tírno

Hiligaynon

A suit (of clothes). See térno.


tíro

Hiligaynon

A throw, cast, shot, report of a gun, etc. (see tiráda, habúy, lupók, pilák).


tirón

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tirón) Tyro, beginner, novice, apprentice; student, greenhorn. (see bag-óhan, tulún-an).


tírong

Hiligaynon

A throw, cast; a kind of game with sea-shells, stones, etc. often played by boys; a trifle, a small or worthless object fit to be thrown away; to throw, pitch, fling, hurl, cast (away). Ginbalígyà níya ang íya baláy sa tírong. He sold his house for a trifle (for a song). Ginbílang níya inâ nga isá lang ka tírong. He considered that worthless (of no value). Nagahámpang silá sang tírong. Nagatírong silá sang búskay. They are playing with sea-shells. (see tídong).


tirotéo

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tiroteo) Sharp-shooting; crossfire; crackling. (see lúthang, lupók, árak, bárak).


tirúsdak

Hiligaynon

Stomach, bread-basket, life, etc. (see tinísdak, hinurángus, ginháwa, kabúhì, solóksolók, gináhab, tinimótimohán, pangabuhián).


tísà

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tiza, teja) Tile, brick.


tisíl

Hiligaynon

(B) To fly off far, be hit or knocked to a great distance. Natíslan ang búnga kang dalógdog, hay ginbálang ko kang bató. (Nakibítan ang búnga sang dalógdog, kay ginhabúy ko sing bató). The nut of the dalógdog-shrub flew off to a great distance, when I hit it with a stone. Patísli ang dalógdog. (Pakibíti ang dalógdog). Knock the dalógdog-nut (fruit) far. (see táyog).


tískug

Hiligaynon

Stiffness, unbendableness, rigidity, inflexibility; to be or become hard, stiff, unbendable, inflexible, not easily pliable. Nagtískug ang ákon páha nga pánit sa ínit. My leather belt has become hard in the sun. Nagapatískug siá sang íya tangkúgò. He is stiffening his neck. Kon may bág-o gánì siá nga panápton nga sóklà dáyon níya patískug (patolotískug) sang íya líog. Whenever she wears a new silk dress she stiffens her neck i.e. she is-stiff,-constrained,-very formal,-giving herself airs, or the like. (see báskug).


tíslok

Hiligaynon

Poke, stab; to poke, stab, prod, prick, stick, jab. Tisloká ang dalúnggan níya sang ímo túdlò. Itíslok ang túdlò mo sa íya dalúnggan. Poke your finger into his ear. (see túslok, tisók).


tíso

Hiligaynon

(Sp. teso) Taut, straight, tense, drawn tight. (see hugút, taníng, tádlong, tióndò).


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