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tángkol

Hiligaynon

A stout strong piece of rope, wood, iron, or the like; anything giving strength or security; leash, rope, tether (for dogs, pigs, cows, etc.); fetter, shackle, gyve, manacles (for prisoners, etc.); strait-jacket, strait-waistcoat (for lunatics); to secure, make firm, tie or bind together, to leash, tether, shackle, fetter, manacle. Tangkolí ang kawáyan kag ipaánod sa subâ. Bind the bamboos together and float them down the river. Itángkol sa kamót sang buyóng iníng talikalâ nga salsálon. Secure the hands of the robber with this iron chain. Tinangkolán ko na ang karabáw nga índì na makabúhì liwát. I have now tethered the buffalo in such a way that it cannot escape any more. (see gápus, gapús, higót, gáid, góos).



tángkol

Hiligaynon

To reach, get at; to be fit or suitable. (see dángat, dáb-ot, sángkol, ígò, ángay).


sángkol

Hiligaynon

Fit, suitable, adapted, qualified, competent, thorough, consummate, up to the mark or standard. Dílì siá sángkol sa amó nga palangakóan. He is not competent for such an office. Sángkol siá nga búang. He is a perfect fool. He is a consummate ass. (see tángkol).


tangkolán

Hiligaynon

Any structure that gives support or strength, as a buttress, abutment, bridgehead, or the like. (see tángkol).


tangkolóy

Hiligaynon

(B) Fool, idiot, ass, boor, boorish, uncultured, rude, stupid, ill-bred, ill-mannered. (see kólò, kalúndong, tampuháw, etc.).