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tayâ

Hiligaynon

A bet, wager, stake; to bet, wager, stake, lay (a bet). Nagatayâ (Nagatalayâ) silá. They are betting. Itayâ ko iníng duhá ka písos sa siníng kabáyo. I am ready to put these two pesos on this horse. Tayâ ka sa hárì. Tayaí ang hárì. Back the king. Put your money on the king (card). (see pústa).



táyà

Hiligaynon

To hold in front (as a shield), to expose oneself to, be ready or get ready for an attack, take a defensive position, to face, confront. Gintáyà gid níya ang íya láwas sa mga kaáway. He faced the enemy. He exposed his body to the enemy. Itáyà mo ang tamíng. Have your shield ready. Hold the shield in front of you. (see tágà, súlay, súray, atúbang, pangáman).


kási

Hiligaynon

To bet, lay, lay a wager, put one's money on, wager, stake. See kasá id. Kasíhi siá sing pilô. Bet him double the amount. Pilá ang ikási mo? How much is (was) your wager? (see patád, tayâ).


panáyà

Hiligaynon

Freq. of táyà-to hold a weapon in such a way as to be ready for attack or defense.


panayâ

Hiligaynon

Freq. of tayâ-to bet, wager.


patayá-táya

Hiligaynon

To sit or lie down comfortably or snugly, to snuggle, settle, nestle or rest at ease. Nagapatayátáya siá sa íya nga butáka. He is resting comfortably in his arm-chair.


patúmtum

Hiligaynon

To take aim, aim at, point at (with a revolver, or the like). (see túmtum, táyà, paatúbang, túmud).


pústa

Hiligaynon

(Sp. posta) Bet, wager, stake; to bet, lay, lay a wager, put on. Pustahí ang manók ko nga mapulá sing tátlo ka mángmang. Stake (put) three pesos on my red cock. Ipústa ko ang ákon karabáw. I'll bet my buffalo. Pilá ang pústa mo? What is your stake? How much did you stake? (see tayâ).


tágà

Hiligaynon

To get ready any kind of weapon for an attack or defense, to take up a position of attack or defence with a gun, sword, dagger, etc. Tagái siá sing lúthang, bólo, dága, etc. Get ready for him with your gun, bolo, dagger, etc. Itágà sa íya ang pusíl. Point your rifle at him. (see táyà).


taláy-an

Hiligaynon

Stake, wager, bet, bettings; place where money is put down or paid in at gambling and betting; that is to be backed, that on which money is to be put, as on a race-horse, on a card, etc. (see tayâ).


tayâ-táyà

Hiligaynon

Dim. and Freq. of tayâ and táyà-to wager; to hold in front, etc.


atáyan

Hiligaynon

Having a big liver; brave, bold, courageous, unafraid, fearless, undaunted, intrepid. (see maísug, matútum, isganán, makáhas, etc. in the sense of not being easily scared).


bantáyan

Hiligaynon

Guard-house, observation post, look-out, station. Anó man ang pulús sang isá ka bantáyan kon walâ sing bántay? What is the use of an observation post without look-out. (bántay).


bilitayán

Hiligaynon

(H) Gallows, gibbet, anything used for hanging up things. (see bítay).


bitayán

Hiligaynon

Gallows, gibbet, etc. See bilitayán id.


himatáyan

Hiligaynon

The place where someone has died. Magdúaw kitá sang himatáyan. Let us visit the house of the dead. (see patáy, napátyan).


kalamatáyan

Hiligaynon

(H) Deadly, fatal, mortiferous; a fatal spot. Awát na lang ang pagbulúng sa íya, kay ang íya pilás sa kalamatáyan gid. He was past cure, for his wound was mortal, for he was wounded in a vital spot. (see patáy, kalamátyan id.).


latayán

Hiligaynon

A small narrow bridge or gangplank, often consisting of only one or two bamboos without handrail. (see táytay).


matayám

Hiligaynon

Piquant, racy, tasteful; brackish, salty, briny; sweetish. (see mayágsim).


tayabá

Hiligaynon

A variety of úbi that is comparatively small in size.


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