tāyaw1katāyaw, matāyawadjSomeone is cowardly or lacks courage.Si Landu hay katāyaw magkadtu sa 'iba nga lugar pāra magpangita' ning trabāhu.Lando is cowardly to go to other places so that [he] can look for work.
taybusvA plant, tree sends out new growth from a cut area.cfginapatūbu' nagtaybusNa'abūtan ning 'isa ka simāna hay nagtaybus na 'ang tanum ni Ba'u nga sāging.After one week the banana plant of Turtle sent out new growth.cftūbu'
tayhupna blow tube, made of a small piece of bamboo kawāyan, used for blowing on embers or on a fire
taymkīpirna timekeeper; one who keeps a record of time worked by employees'Ang paghurnal 'imaw 'ini pag malūya 'ang 'indu taymkīpir madūya' ka sa 'īmu listāhan.As for engaging in manual labor, if your timekeeper is stupid you will be lost from your list.syntyīkir
taytayvSomeone begins to weavelāya1.nagtaytay began to weavepagtaytaygersomeone's beginning of weavingSa pagtaytay ginabīlang 'ina' kung pila ka lilas bāgu ka magsābat.At the beginning of weaving it is counted as to how many buri strips [are woven] before you weave dyed buri strips.
tayudnan elevated area,the uplands, as of a hill, a mountain, a river, a roadHalin 'aku didtu sa paggūna nang 'āmun balinghuy dira' sa tayud nang karsāda.I came from over there from weeding our cassava plants there at an elevated area of the road.'Ining duha naman, 'ang lulāhun nāmun kag si Līlay, nagkari diri sa tayud.As for these two, maternal grandmother's younger sister and Lilay, [they] came here to the uplands.antpātagcfbūkidbyubakūyudkabukīran, bukīran katayūrankatayudtāyudint adjAn area is very elevated.Hay kung diri kita mag'istar pag nagpalawud ka, bayā'an mu 'aku diri; katayudtāyud pa.When you go deep sea [fishing] I should be left behind here by you; it is still very elevated.patayudgersomeone's going up to an elevated areaKung 'igwa na kami ning manga matiryālis, sin'u 'ang mahākut patayud, kay kalayu' 'adtu?If we already have the materials, who will carry [them] going up, because that is far?
tayumantmadumpuykatayum, matayumadjSomething is sharp or abrasive, as a blade, the edge of a flat hard object, the point of a claw, a beak, the fibers of a coconut husk.Dāpat 'ang 'īmu gilit hay bag'u pāra katayum 'ang duyut pāra 'ang 'īmu līlas hay bukun sabuysabuyun.Your razor blade must be new so that the edge is sharp so that your buri strips are not frayed.'Ang pispis nga tangkali hay matayum 'ang 'iya tuka'.As for the kingfisher bird, its beak is sharp.Pag mahawīran mu 'ang bunut nga matayum nagapaksi' gid 'ang pānit nang 'īmu pāyad.When you hold the [coconut] husk which is abrasive, the skin of your palm will peel off.katayumtāyumadjSomething is abrasive all over.'Ang 'inda 'ini ning 'alīhid nang 'inda ning ba'ba' hay katayumtāyum.As for the edge of the opening of this [mollusk], [it] is abrasive all over.antdumpuymatayum nga siru' (siru' 1b)Someone looks at someone else with an acrimonious look.
tayungnan eggplant, plant or fruitSolanium melongena (Linn.)Eaten as a vegetable.n'ūtan nga tayungncoconut flavored eggplant
ti'awvSomeone teases or fools someone else.ginati'awanPa'uli'i nindu si Narsīsa kay nagasakripisyu, kay 'indu ginati'awan.Narcisa should be allowed to recover by you, because [she] is enduring hardship, because [she] was fooled by you.nagatini'awtī'awvSomeone is teased or fooled by someone else.Nang 'ulīhi na, midyu naglāpit nang 'iya bu'ut sa 'ākun kag 'aku, hay nagatini'awtī'aw na da kag nagati'awtī'aw da siya sa 'ākun.Lately, [she] got a little bit closer to me with her feelings and as for me, [I] continually teased [her] and she also teases me.ti'awtī'awadjAn activity is casual; a condition is insignificant.'Ang kalā'um ku 'ina' hay ti'awtī'aw lang 'ang pagpangasāwa sa 'ākun ni Nardu.What I thought about that was that Nardo's courting me was only casual.'Ang nagalūgit hay bukun ti'awtī'aw 'ang kabudlay nang 'īmu lāwas.In making copra the tiredness of your body is not insignificant.
ti'isvSomeone endures a particular action or state.cfmakatākudnagasakripisyusakripisyutākudginati'isGinati'is tanan 'ang kahugā'an sa pangabūhi' ni Plurintīna.All the hardships in living are endured by Florentina.ginti'isanGinti'isan ku gid 'ang paghinākut ning tubū'an.The carrying of coconuts with shoots [for planting] was really endured by me.kati'isWaya' na da kati'is 'ini si Dyīma magpamati' sa manga hambay ni Rusit nga kalā'in gāni' nag'āway sinda.This Gemma was not able to endure listening to the bad words that Rosit was saying so they quarreled.magti'is1imper vEndure something!Ginahambay ku, "Magka'isa kita; magti'is lang gid!"I am telling [you], "We should unite; [we] should just endure it!"2vA particular action or state is endured by someone.mati'is'Indi' na kunu niya mati'is 'ang manga natatabu'.He said that the happenings could no longer be able to be endured by him.matini'īsunWith affix ma-in-un the root has the meaning 'able to persist'.Kung sin'u pūyung ku 'ang matini'īsun nga magpanahi' hay mapapakadtu gid sa 'iya 'ang makina.I said, whoever will be able to persist in sewing, the sewing machine will surely go to her.nagti'isNagti'is pāra makakari sa 'ātun nga wayay 'iban kundi' si Mistir Balinsya.[He] endured in order to come to our place and he is no other than Mr. Valencia.pinagti'isanPinagti'isan ku gid 'ina' hasta gid 'aku hay maka'antīgu.That was continually endured by me until I was able to learn.ti'is, pagti'isgersomeone's enduring a particular action or situationKung si Rūni 'ang 'ākun ma'asāwa hay palangga' 'aku niya kay dūgay na da siya ning ti'is sa 'ākun ning kapapangasāwa.If Ronnie will become my spouse he will love me because he spent a long time enduring in being able to court me.Sa 'inda ning pagti'is, hay nabūhi' da 'adtu 'ang manga 'uruk.By their enduring, those piglets were able to live.cfsakripisyutākudti'isiimper vSomething should or must be endured by someone!Hay hambay niya, "Ti'isi lang 'ānay kay ya' pa 'aku makakadtu sa 'inda ginatrabahū'an!"He said , "Please, [that] must be endured because I had not yet gone to the place where they were working!"ti'isti'isunGingsiling ku sinda nga ti'isti'isun lang 'ānay kay tiyad lang gida 'ina'.They were told by me that [those things] should just be endured a little bit because [the situation] is just like that.
tibakyana grasshopperBinutang ku sinda sa lamīsa kag hambay ku, "'Ini hay lyāki nga tibakya kag 'ining 'isa hay babāyi nga tibakya."They were put on the table by me and I said, "This is a male grasshopper and this other one is a female grasshopper."
tībaymatībayadjSomething, as weaving material, a house is durable.Ginakutkut sa dūta' 'ānay pāra matībay 'ang batu.Marble rock is dug out of the ground so that it will be durable.
tibudna small clay jarAbout 15 cm. at the base and opening and 30 cm. or more in height. In times past money, precious stones and jewelry were reportedly buried in these jars for safekeeping. They were occasionally used for water storage.cfbanga'dramgarapuntadyaw