List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter T - Page 8

taghágnà

Hiligaynon

One who brings in a motion or is responsible for a bill, a maker of a law-draft. (see hágnà).



tághap

Hiligaynon

To be apprehensive, shy, timid, afraid. Indì ka matáhap (magkatáhap) magsulúd. Don't be afraid to enter. (see táhap, hádluk).


taghimatá

Hiligaynon

Redness, inflammation of the eyes; having inflamed or bloodshot eyes. (see tagimatá, tigmatá).


taghimatâ

Hiligaynon

Relative, relation by blood, belonging to the same stock or family, kinsman, kinswoman, consanguineal, consanguineous. Sín-o ang taghimatâ sa ímo? Si Fuláno ukón ang íya asáwa? Who is your blood-relation? Is it N.N. or is it his wife? (see himatâ, bátà).


taghiríro

Hiligaynon

Branding season, time during which domestic animals are usually registered and branded. (see híro).


tághol

Hiligaynon

The bark, barking, yelp, yap, bay (of a dog); to bark, yelp, yap, bay. Ang idô nagatághol. The dog barks (is barking). Tinagholán (tinághol) akó sang idô. The dog barked at me. Patagholá lang ang idô. Let the dog bark. (see hólhol, úwang, láhay).


tághoy

Hiligaynon

To sigh, moan, to murmur, rustle, sough, babble, purl, gurgle, brawl, plash (of wind, dry leaves, flowing water, etc.); to chirp, chirrup, twitter, sing (of insects, birds, etc.). (see sághoy, lághoy, panághoy).


tágik

Hiligaynon

To bind-, connect-, together, secure in place (split pieces of bamboo in floors, in fish traps, etc.). Tagíka ang salúg. Tie the flooring with any binding material like rattan, hípgid, sókdap, etc. Itágik iníng owáy sa lág-i. Use this rattan for securing in place the strips of bamboo in the lág-i netting (weir). Tinágik nga mga ngípon. Teeth that are closely set together. A fine set of teeth.


tagilám-an

Hiligaynon

From tagiláum.


tagiláum

Hiligaynon

To expect, have apprehensions, forebodings, misgivings, be of the opinion or belief that something will happen which actually does not happen or is not the case, to suppose, think. Natagilám-an námon nga índì ka magabút. We thought-that you would not come,-you were not coming. Indì kamó maglágaw kon madulúm na ang kagab-íhon, kay básì tagilám-an kamó nga mga makáwat ukón manughílò. Don't walk abroad in the darkness of night, for you may be taken for thieves or poisoners (of wells, etc.). (see láum).


Hot or warm season. (see tigilinít, ínit).


tagílyas

Hiligaynon

Charm, talisman, amulet (that protects its possessor, makes him invulnerable, or the like, as supposed by the superstitious).


tagilyásan

Hiligaynon

The owner or wearer of an amulet called "tagílyas"; invulnerable, bullet proof.


tagimatá

Hiligaynon

An inflammation of the eyes, blood-shot eyes. (see tigmatá, taghimatá).


tagimíslon

Hiligaynon

Kidneys, reins; cartilage, gristle. (see batóbáto).


See tagínop, tagínup.


tagíngting

Hiligaynon

Very ripe and hard (of beans, peas, etc.). (see lángking).


tagíngting

Hiligaynon

Very warm or hot, burning, torrid, white (of heat), scorching (of the heat of the sun, etc.); to be extremely hot, etc. Tagíngting (Nagatagíngting) ang ádlaw karón. The sun is now very hot. (see tagítì, salíit, síngkal, ínit).


tagínop, tagínup

Hiligaynon

To dream, have visions, perceive intuitively, conceive a plan, an idea, a scheme, etc. See panagín-up, panagínup.


tagínus

Hiligaynon

To succeed-, follow-, one the other, do one thing after another in regular succession, come or go one behind the other without interruption, come-after,-next. Nagtagínus (Nagtalagínus) silá sa pagpaúlì. They went home one after the other. Taginúsa ang ímo mga buluhatón. Perform your duties regularly, one after the other. (see sunúd, ápas, túndog).


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