Meaning of tapî

tapî

Hiligaynon

A step, rung (of a ladder, of a staircase, etc.). (see halíntang).



tápì

Hiligaynon

Board, plank; wood; to make boards of; to board, cover with boards. Baláy nga tápì. A house built of wood (not of bamboo). Tapíon nínyo iníng tablón. Make boards of this log. Nagatápì na silá sang salúg. They are now boarding (covering with boards) the floor. Támà kanipís kag kakitíd siníng mga tápì. These planks are too thin and too narrow. Kon buút siá magbána sa íya, tapían níya, konó, sing baláy (balayán níya, konó, sing tápì). They say that if she will marry him, he will build her a house of wood (not merely of bamboo). Ipatápì ko sa mga manuglagarî yanáng mga káhoy. I shall see to it that the sawyers saw that timber into boards. (see káhoy-tree; wood in general).


tapí

Hiligaynon

To strike-, give a sudden blow-, brush off-, with the hand, to jerk off, knock off. Tapihá ang íya kálò. Knock off his hat. Gintapí níya ang tinápay sa íya kamót. He knocked the bread out of his hand. Tapihá ang kamót níya, agúd nga madágdag ang ginakáptan níya nga tinápay. Hit him on the hand that he may drop the bread he is holding. (see pípi, píphi, tápdas).