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tagasák

Hiligaynon

A slap, a clap; to slap, resound (as a blow struck with something flat). Ang íya mga kamót nagtinagasák lang sa nawóng ni Fuláno. His hands rained blows on N.N.'s face. (see lágsak, lágpak).



lagasák, lagásak

Hiligaynon

To clatter, patter, clap, slap. (see lágsak, tagasák, lagápak).


tamasák

Hiligaynon

See támsak-to plash, splash, etc. (see tagasák).


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).


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).