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támos

Hiligaynon

To chew, bite, gnaw, nibble at, scrape clean with the teeth (as to scrape off with the teeth the flesh from the stone of a mango, plum, or the like); to suck, sip, eat. Indì ka magtámos sang lápis. Don't nibble at the pencil. Nagatámos (nagatalámos) silá sang íla mapaít nga mga lúhà. They are shedding bitter tears. (Literally: They are sucking in their bitter tears (running down from the eyes to the lips)). (see talámos).



talámos

Hiligaynon

See támos-to bite, etc.


támsok

Hiligaynon

To lick or suck (a finger, etc.); to lap, sip. Ginkúhit níya ang íya túdlò sa lasáw kag tamsokán (tinamsokán). He dipped his finger in the molasses and licked it. (see támos, sópsop, lótgot, hábhab, láklak, súyup).