Meaning of táka

táka

Hiligaynon

To become hard, compact, closely packed, to coalesce, stick together, especially said of rice left too long in the kettle without stirring. Natáka (Nagkatáka) ang tiníg-ang, kay walâ pagkalikára (-áda). The rice stuck together in the kettle, because it was not stirred. (see bilóg, dokót).



taká

Hiligaynon

Nausea, loathing, surfeit, disgust, aversion, repugnance; to loathe, feel an aversion to, be disgusted with, etc. Nagakataká akó siníng kárne. Naták-an akó siníng kárne. I have taken an aversion to this meat. I dislike-, feel a loathing for-, am disgusted with-, this kind of meat. Indì ka magkataká (magtaká) sang ákon mga sógò. Don't be offended at my orders. Don't take exception to my orders. Ginaták-an siá sang amó nga pangabúdlay. He feels a repugnance to such kind of work. (see sumó, súm-od).


takâ

Hiligaynon

(B) The gekko, gecko, a kind of lizard larger than the ordinary tagútò or sóksok. (see tokô, tikî).