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tabonánà

Hiligaynon

Flaccid, flabby, soft, applied especially to a stout or fat person that lacks muscular strength. Tabonánà siá sing láwas. His body is flabby. Si Pédro matámbok, ápang tabonánà lang, si Hosé maníwang, ápang líson. Peter is stout, but flabby, Joseph is lean, but muscular. (see mahómok, malúm-ok, lamî, yamî).



talapíkan

Hiligaynon

(H) That is to be-adhered to,-stuck to,-clung to; susceptible of, impressible, impressionable, liable to; susceptible-, accessible-, receptive-, predisposed-, to (diseases, suggestions, schemes, etc.). Ang pisára nga nadagtaán sing lána dílì talapíkan sang yéso. A blackboard smeared with oil will not take marks of chalk. Ang mga malúya sing láwas amó sing masamí ang talapíkan sang balatían. Those who are weak of body are often liable or predisposed (accessible, receptive) to disease. (see tapík).


tapík

Hiligaynon

To stick to, adhere to, be attached to; to take or get hold of, to attack (of a disease, etc.); clinging to, attached to; married into a family. Tapikán mo ang sulát sing sílyo. Stick a stamp on the letter. Ang mga malúya sing láwas matapikán sa madalî sang mga balatían. Those that have weak bodies soon catch a disease. Walâ siá lábut sa ámon panublión, kay tapík lang siá (sa ámon). He has no share in our inheritance, for he belongs to us only by marriage (for he (only) married into the family). Ang papél nagatapík na sa díngding. The paper now sticks (adheres) to the wall. (see dokót, pilít).


táyà

Hiligaynon

To hold in front (as a shield), to expose oneself to, be ready or get ready for an attack, take a defensive position, to face, confront. Gintáyà gid níya ang íya láwas sa mga kaáway. He faced the enemy. He exposed his body to the enemy. Itáyà mo ang tamíng. Have your shield ready. Hold the shield in front of you. (see tágà, súlay, súray, atúbang, pangáman).


tiglawás

Hiligaynon

One who represents another, representative, delegate, commissioner, proxy, charge d'affaires. (see tig-, láwas).


tigpasáw

Hiligaynon

Plash, splash, flop; to plunge, drop, fall, dash, precipitate oneself into water, mud, or the like, with a splash; to plash, splash. Nakabatî akó sang tigpasáw sang íya nga láwas sa túbig. I heard the splash of his body (when he fell) into the water. Tumigpasáw siá sa túbig. He fell into the water with a splash. Nagámbak siá sa pángpang kag nagtigpasáw sa subâ. He jumped down from the bank and precipitated himself into the river. (see támsak, tagasák, lágsak, lágpok, pisík).


tigúlang

Hiligaynon

(H) Old, aged, advanced in years; to age, grew old, advance (increase) in years. Nagtigúlang na siá. He has now become an old man. Kon buút ka magtigúlang likawán mo ang tanán nga mga kalakasán. If you wish to live long, avoid all excesses. Tigúlang na siá kag malúya sing láwas. He is now old and worn out. (see mál-am).


tórso

Hiligaynon

(Sp. torso) Trunk of the human body; trunk or body of a statue. (see láwas, halígi).


túyang

Hiligaynon

To waste, wear out, take it easy, let things take their course. Daw sa dílì na makitáan sing bulúng yádtong láwas níya nga natuyángan sang mga kalakasán sang maláut níya kaduyugán. It seems that his body, wasted by the excesses of his evil habits, is past cure (recovery). (see patúyang).


úlì

Hiligaynon

To return, give back, render, restore, make restitution, Iúlì sa íya ang tulún-an. Give him back the book. Labáw na sa pilô ang naúlì. More than double has been returned. Básì pa lang nga maulían pa siá sing maáyo nga láwas. Let us hope that he will-be restored to health,-regain his health,-recover. Ginúlì na sang makáwat ang íya mga kináwat. The thief has given back the stolen goods. Naulían na siá sang íya dungúg. His honour is restored.


úlì

Hiligaynon

To return, give back, render, restore, make restitution, Iúlì sa íya ang tulún-an. Give him back the book. Labáw na sa pilô ang naúlì. More than double has been returned. Básì pa lang nga maulían pa siá sing maáyo nga láwas. Let us hope that he will-be restored to health,-regain his health,-recover. Ginúlì na sang makáwat ang íya mga kináwat. The thief has given back the stolen goods. Naulían na siá sang íya dungúg. His honour is restored.


yúpyup

Hiligaynon

A whiff of smoke, of opium, etc.; to inhale, suck in, imbibe. Isá ka yúpyup sang asó sang tabákò. A whiff of tobacco smoke. Palayúpyup siá sang ápyan (apyán). He is an opium smoker. Indì kamó magyúpyup sing ápyan, kay maláin inâ sa láwas páti sa kalág. Don't smoke opium, because it is bad both for body and soul. (see súyup, sópsop).


lawásnon

Hiligaynon

Bodily, corporeal, material, physical; carnal, fleshy, sensual.


mahilawáson

Hiligaynon

Fornicating, lecherous, lustful, lewd, unchaste. (see hiláwas, maúlag, mahigál, hiwalán).


pangláwas

Hiligaynon

Form or shape of one's body. See panglawasón.


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