Meaning of tabíd

tabíd

Hiligaynon

To tie-, fasten-, bind-, secure-, attach-, lash-, to, connect with. Natabirán ang manók sing buláng sa íya tahúd. The cock has a knife fastened to his spur. Ang íkog sang kabáyo gintabirán sang mga bátà sing láta. The boys tied a tin to the horse's tail. Itabíd iní sa sídsid sang ímo báyò. Attach this to the hem of your jacket. Tabirí ang íya kálò sing mga bulákbúlak. Bind some flowers (flowery decorations) on his hat.



tábid

Hiligaynon

To hang together, be fastened or joined together (as two or more cows, etc. by one rope, allowing them some freedom to move about; or as ships, trucks, carts or the like taken in tow). Nagatabíray iníng tátlo ka báka. These three cows are stringed or fastened to one another.


tabíd

Hiligaynon

Appendage, attachment, anything tied or fastened to something else; closely adherent, adjunct; clause, condition; impediment.