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tapík

Hiligaynon

To stick to, adhere to, be attached to; to take or get hold of, to attack (of a disease, etc.); clinging to, attached to; married into a family. Tapikán mo ang sulát sing sílyo. Stick a stamp on the letter. Ang mga malúya sing láwas matapikán sa madalî sang mga balatían. Those that have weak bodies soon catch a disease. Walâ siá lábut sa ámon panublión, kay tapík lang siá (sa ámon). He has no share in our inheritance, for he belongs to us only by marriage (for he (only) married into the family). Ang papél nagatapík na sa díngding. The paper now sticks (adheres) to the wall. (see dokót, pilít).



dúnggò

Hiligaynon

To attack, assail, fasten on, take, afflict with, strike, lay low, get hold of, (said of a disease). Nagdúnggò sa ákon ang trankáso. Influenza got hold of me. Gindúnggò siá sang butí. He was attacked by small-pox. Andam ka, kay básì pagadunggoón ka man sang kólera. Be careful or you may also fall a victim to cholera. Dinúnggò siá sang balaúd. He was laid low with dysentery. He took sick of dysentery. He had an attack of dysentery. He had-,-was down with-, dysentery. (see sángkò, sákrò, tapík, abút).


talapíkan

Hiligaynon

(H) That is to be-adhered to,-stuck to,-clung to; susceptible of, impressible, impressionable, liable to; susceptible-, accessible-, receptive-, predisposed-, to (diseases, suggestions, schemes, etc.). Ang pisára nga nadagtaán sing lána dílì talapíkan sang yéso. A blackboard smeared with oil will not take marks of chalk. Ang mga malúya sing láwas amó sing masamí ang talapíkan sang balatían. Those who are weak of body are often liable or predisposed (accessible, receptive) to disease. (see tapík).


tinapík

Hiligaynon

Joined, connected, stuck or fastened together. (see tapík, )


tinapík-tapík

Hiligaynon

Dim. of tinapík.


tapíkan

Hiligaynon

A kind of palm. Its fruit yields kolahós-a substance that causes a terrible itch, when brought in contact with the skin.