List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter T - Page 76

tisók

Hiligaynon

Stitch, stab; to stitch, stick, stab, prick, pierce. Tisoká sang dágum ang íya báyò. Stick the needle into his jacket. Ang isá ka tisók sa ígò nga tión makábig nga siám. A stitch in time saves nine. (see tíslok, túslok, sibít).



tístis

Hiligaynon

Spite, malice, malignity, ill-will, spitefulness; to spite, harm another out of envy, do malicious damage; to spoil, ruin, dishonour, disgrace, seduce and leave in the lurch. Gintistisán níla ang íya mga tanúm. They maliciously damaged his plants (crop). Likawí si Fuláno, kay maláin siá sing batásan; básì kon tístisán lang níya ikáw. Avoid meeting N.N., because he is a bad character and may only intend to ruin you. (see híkaw, hísà, dáut, hálit).


títeres, titerés

Hiligaynon

(Sp. títeres) Puppet, puppet show, pantomime. (see atitirís id.).


títi

Hiligaynon

(B) títì, (H) (Sp. teta) Mammary gland, teat, nipple, dug; to suck the breast. Ang bátà nagatítì. The baby is sucking the breast. Ambót kon sa diín pa níya titíon (saráng matítì) ang dakû nga pílak nga ginakinahánglan níya. I don't know where he can scrape together (Literally: suck) the large amount of money he stands in need of. (see sóso, ulútngan).


tîtî

Hiligaynon

To empty entirely, exhaust, drain completely, drink or drain to the last drop; to spend to the last farthing. Gintîtî níya ang ápdo sang kalisúd. He drained the gall of bitter grief (misfortune). Daw sa matîtî na lang akó sa kabúdlay. I am now getting completely spent (exhausted) with fatigue. Nagtîtî siá sang tanán níya nga kalalángan. He has exhausted all his resources. He spent all his means. (see tígis, tíin, úrut, úbus, táyhong).


tituló, título

Hiligaynon

(Sp. título) Title; heading; epithet, claim, right, warrant. (see diplóma, pamúnò, kamunóan, hayô, katarúngan, kalig-onán, tungúd, bangúd).


To shake up and down, swing to and fro, dangle, sway; to project and withdraw quickly again (as the tongue when making a face or grimace, etc.). Nagatiwáltíwal ang íya tagúb sa íya háwak. The scabbard dangles (is dangling) at his hip. Indì ka magpatiwáltíwal sang ímo dílà, kay maláw-ay. Don't put out your tongue; it is so rude. (see diwál, tabúltabúl, tawóltawól).


tiwálwag

Hiligaynon

Hazard, danger, risk, peril, jeopardy, any threatening evil. May tiwálwag nga íla siá pátyon. There is danger-that they may kill him,-of his being killed by them. (see katalágman).


tíwid

Hiligaynon

The pod of the dápdap tree.


tiwíd-tíwid

Hiligaynon

Dim. of tíwid. A small pod, anything resembling the pod of the dápdap tree.


tiwís

Hiligaynon

A kind of small bird; snipe, godwit.


tiwítis

Hiligaynon

The bixa orellana. See atiótis, estiwítis id.


tiyábaw

Hiligaynon

To yell, scream, howl, shriek, etc. See tiábaw. (see siagít, tiángak, ngábngab, ngáwngaw).


tiyahád

Hiligaynon

See tiahád-to stumble, reel, totter, etc.


tiyáhoy

Hiligaynon

The setting or frame-work, usually made of stone or cement, in which a cauldron or kettle is placed, as in sugarmilling; a ring of metal or stone surmounting the rim of a sugar-boiler preventing the boiling juice of the sugarcane from escaping or flowing over.


tiyán

Hiligaynon

Uterus, womb; stomach, belly, abdomen. See tián.


tiyángak

Hiligaynon

To whine, etc. See tiángak.


tiyangáw

Hiligaynon

An insect with a very offensive smell. See tanangáw.


(B) An exclamation of surprise and wonder. Probably a contr. of dílì tíaw. Tiyáu man! Why, this is too much! That is rather too much! Tiyáu, lakás man ang sinúgid ni Fuláno! Good gracious! What N.N. said was exaggerated! Tiyáu kabutigón kaná! (Indì tíaw ang íya kabutigón). He is a rightdown liar. Tiyáu kahánggud kang baláy nga diá! (Indì tíaw ang kadakû siníng baláy). What a house! How large it is! (see abáw, támà, dúro, lám-ag, etc.).


tíyò, tíyo

Hiligaynon

Uncle; good old man, etc. See tíò.


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