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tapî

Hiligaynon

A step, rung (of a ladder, of a staircase, etc.). (see halíntang).



tápì

Hiligaynon

Board, plank; wood; to make boards of; to board, cover with boards. Baláy nga tápì. A house built of wood (not of bamboo). Tapíon nínyo iníng tablón. Make boards of this log. Nagatápì na silá sang salúg. They are now boarding (covering with boards) the floor. Támà kanipís kag kakitíd siníng mga tápì. These planks are too thin and too narrow. Kon buút siá magbána sa íya, tapían níya, konó, sing baláy (balayán níya, konó, sing tápì). They say that if she will marry him, he will build her a house of wood (not merely of bamboo). Ipatápì ko sa mga manuglagarî yanáng mga káhoy. I shall see to it that the sawyers saw that timber into boards. (see káhoy-tree; wood in general).


tapí

Hiligaynon

To strike-, give a sudden blow-, brush off-, with the hand, to jerk off, knock off. Tapihá ang íya kálò. Knock off his hat. Gintapí níya ang tinápay sa íya kamót. He knocked the bread out of his hand. Tapihá ang kamót níya, agúd nga madágdag ang ginakáptan níya nga tinápay. Hit him on the hand that he may drop the bread he is holding. (see pípi, píphi, tápdas).


agáy-ay

Hiligaynon

Decomposition, rottenness, decay, blight, produced by the action of small worms, vermin, insects, parasites (both vegetable and animal), the decayed parts frequently being turned into powder. Also used as a verb. May agáy-ay or ginaagáy-ay ang káhoy, bugás, tápì, salúg, etc. The wood-, rice-, board-, floor-, is worm-eaten. Igátong na lang ang inagáy-ay nga káhoy. Use the worm-eaten timber for firewood. Ang kadiós inagay-ayán na man. The black peas have also become infested with blight.


andámio

Hiligaynon

(Sp. andamio) Gangplank, gangway, gangboard, a narrow framework or platform for the passage of vehicles and pedestrians; scaffold; to use or apply a gangboard, etc. Butangí sing andámio ang baróto. Place a gangplank on the ferryboat. Andamiohí ang alágyan. Put a gangplank where the people pass. Iandámio ko iníng tápì. I'll use this board as a gangway. Andamiohá iníng káhoy. Make a gangway out of this wood. Paandamiohán mo sa íla ang sakayán, agúd makasákà ang mga sumalákay. Let them put a gangway to the boat, that the passengers may be able to go on board. (see latayán).


ángkat

Hiligaynon

An open seam, a joint, a chink or crack; to get loose, to loosen, to prise apart, to form chinks or cracks, to lose connection with, said of seams, junctures, joints and the like. Nagángkat ang kinitáan sang lamésa. The joints between the boards of the table opened. Ginpaángkat sang pánday ang tápì sa (íya) kinitáan. The carpenter forced the board loose at its joint.


aníb

Hiligaynon

A layer, stratum, course (of bricks, etc.); a sheet, board; pile, stack; to arrange by laying one thing on top of another, said of leaves, sheets, boards and the like. Anibá ang mga papél, tulún-an, tápì, etc. Lay the papers, books, boards, etc. nicely one on top of the other. Ianíb ang mga tápì sa idálum sang baláy-or-anibí ang idálum sang baláy sang mga tápì. Put the boards neatly one on top of the other on the ground-floor of the house. (see kamáda).


balikwâ, balíkwà

Hiligaynon

(B) Upside down, inverted, overturned; to overturn, to turn upside down, invert. Balikwaá ang bató. Turn the stone upside down. Iníng lugár ginabalikwaán níla sang mga bató. They overturned the stones in this place. Ibalikwâ akó siníng tápì. Kindly turn this plank over for me. (see balíkwat, balískad, sulî).


barína

Hiligaynon

(Sp. barrena) An auger, gimlet, drill, brace and bit; to bore-, drill-, holes with an auger, etc. Barináhi ang tápì. Bore a hole in the plank. Ibarína akó ánay siníng káhoy. Please drill a hole for me in this piece of wood. (see baríno).


bigóng

Hiligaynon

To warp, twist, pull-, put-, out of shape. Ang kalabánan sang mga tápì nagabigóng sa ínit. Most wooden boards warp in the heat of the sun. Nagbigóng ang káhoy sa díngding. The wood in the partition-wall warped. Bigónga or pabigónga ang láta. Crumple or batter the can. Bigóngi ang kwárta sa kílid. Turn down the edge of the coin.


bugô

Hiligaynon

(B) Short; brief, curtailed; to shorten, become short. Ginbugô ko ron ang ímo sóol, súlnga.-Hóod, mayád man, pay pabugoí pa gid ti sángka pulgáda. (see Ginlíp-ot, ko, na, ang, ímo, pakô, tan-awá, -Hóo, maáyo, man, ápang, palip-otí, pa, gid, sing, isá, ka, pulgáda). I have shortened your sleeve, look here.-Yes, all right, but shorten it by one inch more. Bugoá ang pagútud sang tápì. Cut the plank short. Bugô nga bánko, kalát, sulát, etc. A short bench, rope, letter, etc. Bugoón mo ang soól sang ákon báyò. Shorten the sleeve of my jacket. Make a short sleeve for my jacket. (see líp-ot).


búhò

Hiligaynon

Hole, aperture, orifice, depression, cavity, hollow, opening; to make a hole, etc. Buhói iníng tápì, láta, kahón, dútà, etc. Make a hole in this plank, tin, box, ground, etc. Binuhóan na níla ang bulugsókan sang baláy. They have already made the holes in the ground on which the house-posts are to be set up. Ibúhò akó ánay sing isá ka láta nga gátas, kay ilakót ko sa kapé. Will you, please, open a tin of milk for me, because I wish to mix it with the coffee. Pagwaá ang haló sa íya búhò. Get the iguana out of its hole.


dákmol

Hiligaynon

Thickness; to thicken, become thick, said of flat substances like boards, sheets, clothes, etc. Dakmolá ang paghímò sing bibínka. Make the bibinca-cakes thick. Indì mo pagdakmolón ang pagtápa sang kárne, kóndì nipisón mo lang. Don't cut thick slices of meat, but carve thin ones. Utdon mo ang tápì sa nadakmolán. Cut the board at its thick part. (see dámol).


dámol

Hiligaynon

Thickness (of a board, sheet, etc.); to be or become thick. Nagdámol ang búnbun dirí, kay nagbahâ ang subâ kagáb-i. There is quite a thick layer of alluvial sand here, because the river was in flood last night. Utda ang tápì sa nadamólan. Cut the plank at its thickest part. Ginadamólan akó siníng hénero. This cloth is too thick for me or appears to me rather thick. (see madámol, kadámol, dákmol).


dáplos

Hiligaynon

To slip. See dápios, dúpias, dalín-as. Nakadáplos akó sa salúg, tápì, kawáyan, etc. I slipped on the floor, on the plank, on the bamboo, etc. Anó ang nakapadáplos sa ímo? What made you slip?


doót

Hiligaynon

To come into physical contact with, feel, touch, handle, finger, fumble. Walâ siá makadoót sa ákon. He did not touch me. Padót-i (padootí) ang ímo túdlò sang íya túdlò. Bring your finger in contact with his. Nagadot-ánay ang duhá ka pilewpilewán sang kawáyan. The tops of the two bamboos are touching each other. Padót-a iníng tápì sa isá. Join this board to the other, (so that they may be closely connected). Indì ka magdoót or magpadoót sa íya. Don't touch him. Don't approach so near as to touch him. (see dóol).


dupá

Hiligaynon

The length of a man's outstretched arms from finger-tip to finger-tip; a fathom, two yards; to stretch out one's arms, to fully extend the arms, to measure something with outstretched arms. Nagadupá siá. He is stretching out his arms. Magdupá ka or dupá ka. Extend your arms fully. Gindupá níya ang káhoy. He measured the timber with outstretched arms. Dúpha or dupahá ang tápì kon daw anó ang íya sinâ nga kalábà. Measure the board with your outstretched arms to see how long it is. Nagdupá ang Aton Ginoó sa krus or gindupahán sang Aton Ginóo ang krus. Our Lord stretched out his arms on the cross. Dúphi (dupahí) akó sing limá ka dupá nga lúbid. Measure out for me ten yards of string. Idupá akó siníng kalát. Kindly measure for me this rope with your outstretched arms.


dútdut

Hiligaynon

To plaster, seal, calk, caulk, plug, cement, stuff up cracks, stop chinks or cracks with paper, cloth, thick paint, plaster or the like. Idútdut iníng papél sa kinitáan sang tápì. Put this paper into the crack between the boards. Duddutí ang litík sing alkitrán. Close the split with tar. Dinutdután níla ang mga búhò sing seménto. They plastered the holes with cement. (see dúkduk, dókdok, sóksok, lótlot).


gíkas

Hiligaynon

To cut lengthwise, diminish the width or breadth of, to narrow, separate a part from. Ang pagbúhin sang kalaparón sang hénero, papél, tápì, etc. ginatawág nga paggíkas. To lessen the width of cloth, paper, planks, etc. is called "paggíkas". Gikási ang papél sing duhá ka pulgáda. Cut two inches off the width of the paper. Ginikásan ko iníng papél, kay támà kalápad sa ákon makinílya. I cut this paper for it was too wide for my typewriter. Sa mahábul nga sinsél índì ka makagíkas sing maáyo sang sin. With a blunt cold chisel you cannot cut the galvanized iron well. Gikása iníng báhin sang papél. Tear off this part of the paper.


gútlò

Hiligaynon

To notch, nick, indent, mark, incise. Gutloí ang kawáyan, tápì, bastón, etc. Notch the bamboo, plank, stick, etc. Igútlò iníng kotsílyo sa lápis mo. Mark your pencil with this knife. (see gótgot).


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