Search result(s) - tapátápa

pókpok

Hiligaynon

To beat, stamp, hammer, spank. Pokpoká ang ímo bág-o nga térno. Beat the dust out of your new suit. Pinokpokán níya iníng lamésa sang íya nga kúnop. She beat her cloak on this table. (see bókbok, papák, tapátápa).



támpà

Hiligaynon

A slap, stroke, blow with the open hand (palm); to slap, spank, strike with the palm of the hand. Tampaá siá. Slap him. Tagái siá sing isá ka támpà. Give him a slap. Sinúmbag ko siá, kay tinámpà níya akó. I boxed or punched him, because he had slapped me. (see tapátápa, tampúyong, tapúngol, búngbung).


tápay

Hiligaynon

To beat, strike, slap. Tinapáyan níya akó. He slapped me. (see huyáp, támpà, tapátápa).


pakáng

Hiligaynon

A club, beater, bat, clothes-beater, etc.; the row of teeth a shark uses in striking; snout, sword (of a fish); to beat, strike, knock, club. Pakangá ang ákon delárgo kon maglabá ka sinâ. Beat my trousers well when you wash them. Indì mo pagpakangón ang ákon bág-o nga báyò, kóndì tapátapáhon mo lang, agúd índì magísì. Don't beat my new jacket with the beater, but with the hands only, lest it should be torn. Ipakáng sa mantél iníng kawáyan. Use this piece of bamboo to beat out the table-cloth with. (see bákol, hámpak).


tapá-tápa

Hiligaynon

To strike with the open palm of the hand, to slap, spank. Tapátapáha siá. Slap him. Give him a slap. Spank him. Ang mamumunák nagatapátápa sang lalábhan. The laundress beats the wash with her hands. (see támpà, tampúyong).