Meaning of tabók



The opposite (other) side or bank, what is on the other side of a river, lake, strait, etc.; beyond, on the farther side; to pass from side to side, come or move across the pathway of, cross a river, road, hill, water-channel, etc. Tabók ka lang sa subâ. Taboká lang ang subâ. Just cross the river. Itabók dirí ang ákon maléta. Tabokí ang ákon maléta kag dálhon mo dirí. Cross over (the river, or the like) to fetch my handbag and bring it here. Pataboká (Itabók) ang karabáw. Take the buffalo over to the other side (bank). Sa tabók sang--. Beyond--. May ulúmhan man akó sa tabók sang subâ. I also have a farm on the other side of the river. Sa tabók sang dálan. On the opposite side of the street. (see tubá).