List of Hiligaynon words starting with the letter T - Page 95

túhad

Hiligaynon

The Dim. tuhádtúhad is generally used in the meaning of patókpátok-to make up, invent a story, make-belief.



túhak

Hiligaynon

The Dim. tuháktuhák is generally used in the meaning of: to dare, be bold, reckless, audacious, etc. (See káhas, ahás, dahákdahák, taháktahák).


tuháng

Hiligaynon

An interstice, crevice, chink, gap (in a floor, in wickerwork, in a weave, or the like); open, uncovered; to leave open or uncovered a part of the floor, etc. either intentionally, through an oversight or through lack of materials. Iníng salúg may tuháng pa. This floor-is not yet quite covered,-has a part still uncovered. Indì mo pagtuhangán ang salúg. Don't leave (make) gaps in the floor. (see buháng, taháng-a gap in the teeth).


tuháw

Hiligaynon

Sudden, unexpected, without preparation or previous warning. Tuháw nga ulán. A sudden downpour. An unexpected shower of rain. (see kuyús, hinálì).


tuháw

Hiligaynon

To cry out aloud, etc. See túaw.


tuháw

Hiligaynon

To emerge or appear suddenly, unexpectedly, to pop up. Nagatuháw gid lang ang mga mamaláybay, lígbos, etc. Poets, mushrooms, etc. are appearing (popping up) everywhere. (see ólhot, ólbo, tuáw).


túhay

Hiligaynon

Different, unlike, dissimilar, disparate, unequal, not the same; to be different, differ in form, quality, nature, etc., to be unlike to. Túhay (nagakatúhay) gid ang íla mga batásan. Their habits are quite different. Akó ákon túhay sing panghunâhúnà. I am of a different opinion (mind). I think otherwise, differently. Nagtúhay na ang dágway sang íya baláy, kay ginpintahán níya nga matahúm na tulúkon. The exterior aspect of his house is quite different now, for he has painted it in a way pleasant to look upon. (see laín).


tuháy

Hiligaynon

Used sometimes as adjective for túhay-different, another, etc.


tuháy-túhay

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of túhay. Ang ámon pamulákan madámù gid sing mga búlak nga nagakatuháytúhay ang íla sinâ nga duág. In our garden are very many flowers of all sorts of colours. (see laínláin, sarîsárì).


túhil

Hiligaynon

To insist on payment, etc. See túkbil. Tuhíla-tukbilá.


tuhóy

Hiligaynon

Curse, imprecation; to curse; imprecate evil, swear, wish evil to, intend to harm or even to kill another. (see tóloy, tolóy, tuyô, túhoy, panghimaláut).


túhoy

Hiligaynon

Preference, choice, predilection; intention, determination, decision, plan, desire, wish; direction, address; to prefer, have a predilection for, choose, decide for one thing with the exclusion of others; to intend, determine, decide, come to the decision that, have a mind to, plan, wish, desire; to direct towards (against), point at, address to; to specify, limit. Ang túhoy sang íya tagiposóon. The desire of his heart. His heart's aspiration. Sinulát níya inâ nga túhoy sa kay Fuláno. He wrote it-for the address of,-as a reminder for,-directed against, N.N. Ginatúhoy níla si Fuláno sa amó nga palangakóan. They have a mind (They wish, desire, plan) to appoint N.N. to that office. Tuhóya ang pagpadalá mo sa ímo anák sa Manílà. Make up your mind (Decide) to send your son to Manila. Gintúhoy níya ang paghágad, ang pagpílì, ang pagbásol, etc. kay Fuláno. He has decided (come to the decision) that N.N. should be invited, chosen, reprimanded, etc. (see túyò, buút, hungúd, tapát, pasahî, pát-od, látid).


túhud

Hiligaynon

The knee. Malúya siá sing túhud. He is weak-kneed. He is lacking will power or resolution. (see túdhon, luhúd).


tuhúg

Hiligaynon

See tohóg-the nose-ring of a buffalo, etc.


túid

Hiligaynon

The menstrual discharge, menstruation, monthly flow. (see régla, pamulanón).


túig

Hiligaynon

The year; time. Also used as verb. Sa túig nga iní. Sa nián (karón) nga túig nga nagalakát. This (present, current) year. Sang túig nga tinalíkdan (naglígad). Last year. Sang tátlo ka túig. Three years ago. Walâ gid matuígi ang íya paglúntad dídto. His stay there did not last a full year. Sa mga túig sang katuigán. For ever and ever. (see tinúig, tuíg-túig, dág-on).


tuíg-túig

Hiligaynon

Yearly, every year, annually, annual.


tuíp

Hiligaynon

To learn by experience or practice, to acquire knowledge of a trade or profession by trying one's hand at it; to observe, notice, come in contact with. Mabuipán níya ang maáyo nga pangúma. He will learn by experience how to be a good farmer. (see taíp).


túk-an

Hiligaynon

From tukâ-to peck, etc. Ang humáy nga nabulád sa ínit gintúk-an sang mga manók. The chickens picked up some of the rice that was spread to dry in the sun.


túka

Hiligaynon

(Sp. toca) Bonnet, hood, coif, headdress. (see kálò, takuróng).


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