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támsak

Hiligaynon

To plash, splash, squelch; to smack the lips, chew noisily, munch, mump; a plash, splash, a sound as of walking through slush or mud, or the like. Nagatámsak ang lúnang kon lapákan. Mud squelches if you walk in it. Indì ka magtámsak kon magkáon. Indì ka magpatámsak sang ímo bábà kon magkáon. Don't munch, when you eat. Indì mo pagpatamsakón ang lúnang. Don't splash the mud. Nagtámsak siá sa túbig. He fell into the water with a splash. He plashed into the water. (see tagasák, lágsak, tamasák, támsok).



tán-aw

Hiligaynon

(H) To see, look, view, behold, contemplate, eye, look upon, gaze upon. Tán-aw ka dirí. Look here. Tan-awá iní. Look at this. Tan-awón ko ang íya binakál. I am going to have a look at what he bought. Indì akó malúyag magtán-aw sing amó inâ nga mga talan-áwon. I do not like to see such sights. Ipatán-aw mo sa ákon ang ímo bág-o nga kálò. Let me have a look at your new hat. Nakatán-aw man akó sinâ sa Manílà. I have seen that also in Manila. Tumán-aw ka kon sín-o dirâ sa idálum sang baláy. Go and see who is there below. (see túluk, kítà, mulálong, himútad, solóng, támwà, síplat, sípraw).


tándà

Hiligaynon

Sign, mark, token, symbol, symptom, note; to sign, mark, observe, heed, notice, pay attention to. Walâ akó makatándà kon pilá ka táo ang nagtalámbong. I did not notice how many people were present. Tandaí ang ginbutangán sang ákon maléta. Mark well the spot where my handbag has been put down. Anó ang tándà sang ímo báka, baúl, panápton, etc.? What is the identification mark of your cow, trunk, clothes, etc.? Nakatándà ikáw kon makapilá na siá nagabút dirí? Have you observed how often he has come here? Tándà iní sang--. This is a sign of--. Tandaán mo sing maáyo ang tanán nga mga sumalákà, agúd ímo makilála. Take particular note of all the visitors, in order that you may know them. (see timáan, pát-in).


tangâ

Hiligaynon

To look up, tilt back one's head, lift-, raise-, one's eyes (head). Tangá ka. Hold your head up. Look up. Raise your head. Itangá ang guyá mo. Tilt up your face. Nagtangá siá sa ákon. Natangaán níya akó. He looked at me with tilted chin. Sang pagkakítà níya sádto malahálon nga mga galamitón na urungán siá; nagtangá siá kag nagngangá sang íya bábà sa dakû nga katingála. When he saw that precious furniture he was surprised; he stared and gaped in wonder. Ngáa nga amó ka pa lang magabút? Sín-o na man ang ímo gintangaán dídto? Why are you so late? Whom did you look at there (i.e. listen to with absorbing interest)? (see tánglà, tukháyaw, tukyáhaw, bayáw).


tánglà

Hiligaynon

(H) To look up, raise the head or eyes towards heaven, lift the eyes. Tanglaá ang lángit. Look up to heaven. Itánglà ang ímo mga matá. Raise your eyes. Tinanglaán sang íya mga matá ang íya maguláng (mánong) nga nagsákà sa matág-as nga káhoy. His eyes were raised towards his eldest brother who had climbed a high tree. (see tukyáhaw, tukháyaw, tangâ, bayáw).


táp-ing

Hiligaynon

Dirt, grime, mud, filth, stain, tarnish; to become or make dirty, etc. Walâ gid sing táp-ing ang íya dungúg. His character is perfectly blameless. He is a man of unblemished (irreproachable) character. Ang íya guyá natap-ingán sang hígkò kag dugô. His face was-grimy and blood-stained,-besmeared with grime and blood. Ayáw pagbuháta inâ, kay matap-ingán gid ang maáyo nga ngálan sang ímo panimaláy. For God's sake don't do such a thing, for it will certainly bring dishonour on the fair name of your family (it will discredit-, reflect upon-, your good family-name). (see dágtà, hígkò, bulíng, rísmò).


tápia

Hiligaynon

To throw away a card or exchange it for another in certain card-games. Itápia ang baráha mo kon dílì úyon inâ sa ímo buút. Exchange your card, if you don't like it.


táplik, taplík

Hiligaynon

A flick, jerk, a quick light stroke; to flick, jerk, beat, strike, whip (with a quick light stroke). Taplikí siá sang ímo kamót, kalát, pányò, etc. Flick him (Give him a flick) with the hand, rope, handkerchief, etc. Tinaplikán akó sing lúnang sang íkog sang karabaw. The buffalo flicked mud over me with its tail. Itáplik sa íya ang ímo mga túdlò. Snap your fingers at him. (see wáslik, tápdas, háplik).


tápus

Hiligaynon

Finished, complete, ended, closed, terminated, concluded, all over; to finish, complete, end, close, conclude, terminate, get through with. Tapúsa ang ímo sulát. Conclude (Finish) your letter. Madúgay pa balá túbtub nga matápus inâ? Will it last a long time yet till it is finished (concluded)? Walâ kamí makatápus sang ámon pagarádo, kay nagab-ihán kamí. We could not finish our ploughing, for night overtook us. Tápus na. Finished. That's the end of it. It's all over. (see ápus).


tárung

Hiligaynon

To be or become just, honest, upright, righteous, blameless, irreproachable. Pabuthoá ang ímo anák sa maáyo nga buluthóan, agúd magálam siá kag magtárung man ang íya mga batásan. Send your son to a good school in order that he may acquire learning as well as accustom himself to the practice of righteousness (virtue, gentlemanly bearing, irreproachable manners, good conduct). (see matárung, katarúngan, panghanarúngan, tádlong).


taták

Hiligaynon

To knock-, brush-, scrape-, shake-, off, as mud from the boots, earth from a shovel, ash from the point of a cigar, etc. Tataká ang kán-on sa túbò. Shake the rice off the bamboo plate. Gintaták níya ang balás sa íya kálò. He shook the sand off his hat. Tatakí sang ímo abáno ang bulutángan sang abó. Knock the ash of your cigar into the ash-tray. Nagsulúd siá sa kwárto nga walâ gánì magtaták sang lúnang sa íya sapátos. He entered the room without so much as scraping (knocking, shaking) the mud off his boots. (see pípi, píphi, púlpug, tapí).


tawág

Hiligaynon

To call, name, call upon, call upon by name, summon, cite, term, denominate, designate, style. Táwga (tawagá) siá. Call him. Anó ang pagtawág mo siníng búlak (kon hingádlan mo)? What do you call this flower? What is the name of this flower? (if you would call it by its name)? Tinawág ko siá, ápang índì siá buót magkarí. I have called him, but he will not come. Ipatawág siá. Have him summoned. Let him be called. Ipatawág siá sa ímo sologoón. Let your servant call (summon, cite) him. (see ámpit, ábat).


táyhong

Hiligaynon

A large draught, drink, potion, pull; to drink greedily, take a large (long) draught, to guzzle, gulp, toss off, empty at one pull, drink deep, finish a glass (bottle) at one draught (gulp, go, pull). Gintáyhong níya ang isá ka dakû nga báso nga tubâ. He emptied a large glass of toddy at one gulp (go). Itáyhong na lang ang ímo serbésa, kay malakát na kitá. Toss off your beer and let us go. (see tíbiong, láb-ok, tayón, inúm).


Hiligaynon

There now! Why! Well! Didn't I tell you, or the like. Tî, ngáa ári ka man dirí? Well, why are you here? Tî, náno (anáno) sa ímo? Now then, what is your opinion? What is it to you? What have you got to say about (to do with) it? Tî, ári na siá dirí. Look, he is here now, (didn't I tell you he would come). (see , ).


tíb-ong

Hiligaynon

To raise, lift up (the heart, the eyes, etc.); to raise to a higher social position, promote, elevate, advance. Itíb-ong mo ang ímo kasíngkásing sa lángit. Lift up your heart towards heaven. Ginatíb-ong siá sang íya mga sumalákdag sa amó nga palangakóan. His supporters are promoting him to (helping him to obtain) that office. (see báyaw, bayáw, hangád, tánglà, tangâ).


tígay

Hiligaynon

To lavish, bestow upon in love and affection; to cherish, fondle, caress, treat with great kindness. Amó inâ galî ang bálus (ibálus mo) sang tanán nga kalolô nga gintígay ni nánay mo sa ímo! So, that is the way of showing your gratitude for all the affection your mother has lavished upon you! (see hátag, hálung, dálò, ánggà).


tigáylo

Hiligaynon

(B) Exchange, interchange, reciprocality, mutuality; to exchange, interchange one thing for another, to reciprocate, give in exchange for, give in return, repay, recompense. Tigáylo diá kang kabúdlay mo. (Bálus iní sang ímo kabúdlay). This is to repay you (This is in recompense) for your trouble. Tigaylohí ti labí kamarahálon nga regálo kang sa dará na. (Balúsi siá sing labí kamalahálon nga hátag sang sa amóma nga íya dalá). Give him a better gift in exchange for the present of provisions he has brought. Anó ang ikatigáylo ko kanímo kariá? (Anó ang ikabálus ko sa ímo sinâ)? What can I give you in exchange for it? How shall I be able to repay (requite) you? (see bálus, ílis).


tigáyon

Hiligaynon

Meet, fit, apt, proper, suitable, advisable; to bring about, get done, procure, provide, see to, arrange. Dílì inâ tigáyon sa--. That is not proper or fit for--. That is not the right method (way, means) to--. Kon matigáyon mo ang ákon ginakinahánglan sa ímo pagapasalamátan ko ikáw sing dakû. If you can procure for me what I need I shall be very grateful to you. (see patigáyon, híkot, hímos, híwat, áman, tigána, ígò, ángay, síbò, dápat, takús).


tihín

Hiligaynon

To tiptoe, stand or walk on the tips of one's toes. Dî mo pagtihinón ang ímo paglakát. Don't walk on tiptoe. Tihín ka agúd makakítà ka sa únhan. Stand on tiptoe, that you may see farther ahead.


tiláw

Hiligaynon

(H) To try, taste, experience, pass-, go-, through, endure, prove, test. Walâ pa gid akó makatiláw sang páhò. I have never yet tasted a mango. Tilawí siá. Try him, put him to the test. Decide (by an appeal to physical force, or the like) which of you (two) is stronger. Natilawán ko man inâ. I also have tried it (that). I also have experience of it. I have had the same experience. Patilawá siá siní. Let him try (taste) it (this). Kon magliwát siá magbúhat sing súbung ipatiláw mo sa íya ang ímo kamót (patilawón mo siá sang ímo kamót). If he does that again let him feel your hand i.e. punish him, let him smart for it. (see dímdim, dimól, samít, sagámsam, pórba, pruéba, tám-id, sagáwsaw).


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