Search result(s) - táwo-táo

hanáo, hanáwo

Hiligaynon

Populous, peopled, full of people, densely populated. (see táo, táwo).



hitáo, hitáwo

Hiligaynon

To impersonate, personify. (see táo, táwo).


katawóhan

Hiligaynon

See kataóhan. (see táwo-táo).


etc. See kinatáo, kinataóhan, etc. (táo-táwo).


táo

Hiligaynon

Man, person; to be a man, be born. Ang mga táo. Men. The people. The human race. Mankind. Natáo siá sa--. He was born in--. May mga táo nga--. There are people, who--. Si Hesús nagpakatáo sa úlay nga tiyán ni María Santisimá. Jesus became man in the virgin womb of Mary most Holy. (see táwo, but táo is the better and more common spelling).


táwo

Hiligaynon

Man, person; human being. (see táo).


tawó-táwo

Hiligaynon

Dim. of táwo. Anything resembling a man, etc. See taótáo.


tináwo

Hiligaynon

Men, persons, people, folk, folks; workmen, servants, hands; dependents, subjects, followers (as of a master or boss, of a chief, of a political leader, etc.). Ang íya mga tináwo may aligótgot nga dáan sa mga tináwo ni Fuláno. His men (followers) have an old grudge against the men (clique, partisans) lead by N.N. Ang mga tináwo ni Fuláno. The men under N.N.'s control. Dîmaísip ang mga tináwo nga nagtalámbong. A vast multitude (An endless number) of people were present. (see táwo, táo).