List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter T - Page 79

tokapón

Hiligaynon

Mended, patched, full of patches. Naúg nga tokapón. Patched garments. (see tókap, tinokápan).



tokár

Hiligaynon

(Sp. tocar) To play-, perform on-a musical instrument; to strike (of a clock); to throb, beat (of the pulse, etc.). Maálam siá magtokár sang biolín, piáno, klarinéte, etc. He knows how to play the violin, piano, clarinette, etc. Nagatokár pa ang íya púlso? Is his pulse still beating? Ang relóh nagtokár na sang ikáp-at ka táknà. The clock has struck four (the fourth hour). (see kúskus, bágting, pamídyà, kubákubá).


tokáyo

Hiligaynon

class="hw">a, (Sp. tocayo,-a) Namesake, one that has the same name as another. (see sangáy).


tókbon

Hiligaynon

From tokób-to tear with the teeth, pounce upon, etc.


To raise one's head, lift up one's eyes, look up, cast up one's eyes. Nagtokháyaw (tumukháyaw) siá sang íya ólo. She raised her head. She cast up her eyes. (see tukyáhaw, tukháyaw, bayáw, tangâ, tánglà).


toklalód

Hiligaynon

(B) To bulge or stand out, project, be prominent or conspicuous, as of bones of a lean person, a mat or piece the cloth with a stone lying underneath, or the like. Nagatoklalód ang túl-an na. (Nagaólbo ang íya túl-an). His bones-are standing out,-are quite prominent. (see ólbo, kubúng, bokóng).


tóklò

Hiligaynon

To catch stealthily, approach something softly, unobserved, unnoticed and then grasp or clutch it with a swift movement. Tokloá siá. Approach him unobserved and then grasp him firmly. Tinóklò níya ang píspis. He crept up to the bird and caught it.


tókmo

Hiligaynon

A pigeon. (see ladô, púnay, alimókon).


tokó

Hiligaynon

An upright (vertical) prop or support for a floor, a scaffolding, etc.; to prop up, support. Butangí sing tokó ang baláy mo. Tókwi (Tokohí) ang salúg sang ímo baláy. Put some props under the floor of your house. (see súlay-a leaning support).


tokô

Hiligaynon

The gecko-lizard, gecko, gecco. (see takâ, tikî).


tokób

Hiligaynon

See tukúb-to pounce upon, etc.


tokód

Hiligaynon

A pillar, column, prop, support. See tukúd. (see súlay, tokó).


tókod

Hiligaynon

To erect, establish, etc. See túkud.


tokón

Hiligaynon

A long pole, a punt-pole for propelling a boat in shallow water; to use such a pole for propelling a boat, to pole, punt. Tokoní ang sakayán. Pole-, Punt-, the boat.


tokós

Hiligaynon

To afford, stand, be willing to pay (a high price, etc.). See tukús.


tókoy

Hiligaynon

A term used in calling a dog; to call a dog by shouting: "tókoy". Tokóya ang idô. Call the dog.


tokóy-tókoy

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of tókoy.


tóksò

Hiligaynon

A question, interrogation, catechizing, inquiry, query, interpellation; to question, ask a question, catechize, interrogate, interpellate, inquire, demand. Toksoá siá sa nahanungúd sang íya pagpangabúdlay. Question him with regard to his work. Ask him about his work. Toksoón ko ikáw karón kon nakasaoló ka sang mga tóksò kag sabát. Presently I shall examine you to know whether you have learned by heart the questions and answers. (see pamángkot, pangutána, pakiána, pakisáyod).


toksóan

Hiligaynon

Question-book; catechism. Toksoá siá sang mga tóksò sa toksóan. Ask him some questions from the catechism. (see tóksò).


tóktok

Hiligaynon

Rust, oxidization; to rust, be rusty, become oxidized or coated with rust. Nagtóktok ang íya binángon. His bolo-rusted,-has become rusty.


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