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tagakanna multiple-hook fishing line holderConsists of a piece cut from a single section of bamboo, about 30 cm. long and split about 3/4 of the way lengthwise with a piece of rubber as a stopper. Hooks are hung one by one onto this holder with the line between hooks looped to prevent tangling. This continues until all hooks are on the holder. Another rubber piece is placed at the open end to prevent the hooks from coming off.
TagālugnMadāmu' nga manga hambay nang Tagālug 'ang naghālu' sa 'ātun nyan nga tyimpu.[There were] many words of Tagalog people that mixed with ours during this period of time.nthe Tagalog language'Ining 'ātun nyan hambay hay may hālu' na nga manga Tagālug nga hambayānun.As for our language now, there is now a mixture with the Tagalog language.
tagānaadjreserved food set aside for a particular purpose'Ang tagāna nga pagkā'un kay Nurman hay gingkā'un nang 'uning.The reserved food for Norman was eaten by the cat.vSomething is reserved or set aside by someone for a particular purpose.ginatagāna'Ang 'iya ning kwarta hay pūru lang sa sugay niya ginatagāna.As for his money [it] is all set aside by him for gambling.pagtagānaimper vReserve something! Set aside something!Pag'abut ni Birhinya kag ni Kumpadri Danti hambay ku sa 'inda, "Pagtagāna kamu ning tuba' nga 'isa ka bul!"When Virginia and Co-parent-in-law Dante arrived, I told them, "Set aside one liter of coconut wine!"
tagapasāyud2varsāyud1 4an announcer, messenger
tagihī'anna spiny porcupine fishDiodon liturosus (Shaw)Rusty brown with black spots over the body, a pair of dusky-brown bars across the head, and large black blotches over the back. The belly is white and the fins are yellowish brown. Inhabits shallow coastal reefs.
tagimatanpinkeyeCharacterized by redness in the eyes accompanied by an eye discharge mūta'.
tagipusū'unnsomeone's heart, the seat of emotion'Ang duha nga 'inda ginapa'asāwa, hay waya' ning kalipāyan sa 'inda ning tagipusū'un.As for the two who are being caused to marry by them, there is no happiness in their hearts.cfbu'ut pūsu'
tagītisna common basket molluskCorbula gibba
tagsa1neach, each oneKung tagsa ka lāwug 'ang la'ay nga niyug ginatabtab ning sundang 'ang 'iya tangāya pāra waya' ning dāmu' nga pusi'pūsi' kāda bu'uk.If the very mature coconuts are each a bunch [of several coconuts] its stem (i.e., the stem of each bunch) is cut off with a bolo so that there will not be much twisting of individual pieces.ntagsatagsavartigtagsa1advAction is accomplished on a number of people or things one by one.Ginapī'ut sa kustal tagsatagsa kag babahun pakadtu sa tapāhan.[Coconuts] should be put into a sack one by one and should be carried on the back going to the smoking rack.
tāgu'2varpanagu', pantāgu'vSomeone or something hides or takes shelter in a given location.cfginahīpidhīpidhīpidkamādanatatāgu'2pagkatīpunplastartatāgu'tatāgu'tīpuntīpunginpanagu'an'Inda lang gid, 'ina' 'ang ginpanagu'an hay 'isa lang gid ka pūnu' nga gīlun.As for them, that place they all hid was in one single clump of gilun grass.gintāgu', pinantāgu', tināgu'Pagka'ūba ninda nang 'inda suy'ub nga pakpak ginkāmang ni Magbayūtu 'ang pakpak ni Marya kag gintāgu'.Upon their taking off their attached wings, Mary's wings were taken by Magbayoto's crawling and were hidden.'Ang 'āmun manga gāmit 'imaw 'ang 'āmun pinantāgu'.Our personal belongings, they were what were kept by us.Nang nagagab'i na binu'uy ni 'Inrīku 'ang 'iya tināgu' nga lambanug.When it was already becoming late in the evening the sugarcane wine which he kept was taken by Enrico.gingpamagtāgu'Gingpamagtāgu' nāmun 'ang tanum kag nagpamuhun kami kay Binung kung puydi hay ma'ūli' na kami.The plants were each put away [in a safe place] by us and we asked permission then of Benong if we could go [home].mananāgu'2vthe place someone or something hides or takes shelterPanāgu' + ma-CV = mananāgu'.Mananāgu' kita kay nagabinumba 'ang 'iruplānu.We had been hiding because the airplanes kept on bombing.masigpanāgu'Paghūni nang banug nga"kwak, kwak, kwak", 'ang manga manuk masigpanāgu' na sa kalinghutan.Upon a bramingkite's calling "kwak, kwak, kwak", chickens all hide in a rank vegetation area.matāgu', manāgu'Panāgu' + ma- = manāgu'.Manāgu' naman sinda pāra 'indi' sinda makīta' nang nagapanihi'.They will hide so that they will not be found by the one who is getting shells.nagapanagu', nagatāgu'Sa 'inda dira' tungud may manga mangga; dira' kami nagapanagu'.Near their place there were some mango trees; we were hiding there.Nagatāgu' sa Bang'ug 'ang 'isa, hay nakalibri.As for the one who was hiding in Bang-og, [he] was able to run away.nagatāgu'vSomeone or something is hidden, kept, put away, sheltered or saved by someone or something.Si Nilda 'ang nagatāgu' nang manga papīlis.Nelda is the one keeping the documents.nagpamagpanagu'Kung yadtu na 'ina' didtu nyan nakatindug na, matūna' na 'ina' sya ning sūgid didtu sa 'iya manga kaka'ibahānan nga nagpamagpanagu'.When that empty can was already able to be stood up, he then began searching for his several companions each of whom were hiding.nagpanagu'Nagpanagu' si 'Arsing kag nagpani'id gid ma'āyu kung nagkatuyug na 'ang sundālu.Arseng hid and watched very carefully [to see] if the soldiers were already asleep.nagtināgu', nagpinanāgu'Nagpinanāgu' kami kay 'ang sundālu ngāni' yāra' na.We kept on hiding because the soldiers were already there.nakatāgu'Nakatāgu' nga dā'an siya sa bubung nga kūgun ngāni' waya' na siya makīta'.The rat was able to hide at once in the cogon grass roof so he was no longer seen [by the cat].nanāgu', natatāgu'Panāgu' + na- = nanāgu'.Nang nagtūyu' na 'ang 'uyan, nanāgu' na kami sa kanipā'an.When the rain started to fall, we had already been able to be sheltered in the nipa palm grove.natatāgu'1'Ang 'iya natatāgu' nga kwarta hay na'u'ūbus lang niya ning bakay ning buyung.The money that she had been able to save she used up buying medicine.pagkatāgu'1abl gersomeone's or something's being able to hide in a given locationMa'āyu 'ang 'inda pagkatāgu' kag nagpinakahīpus.Their being able to hide was good and [they] kept very quiet.2Someone hides, keeps, puts away, shelters or saves someone else, something.panāgu', tāgu'gersomeone's hiding or taking shelter in a given locationTatlu kami ka 'adlaw sa Bang'ug ning panāgu'.We were three days hiding in Bang-og.pangtagū'un, tagū'unGingsiling ku 'ang 'ākun 'asāwa nga pangtagū'un tanan 'ang manga gāmit.My spouse was told by me that all the things should be kept.'Adtung dagku' nga manga būsuy hay tagū'un sa limpyu nga lugar nga waya' ginakadtu'i nang manga sāpat nga parīhu 'ābi nang 'ambu' kag kuratsa kag 'iban pa.As for those big seeds, [they] should be kept in a clean place where hopefully things do not go such as rats, cockroaches, and also other things.cfhīpidtatāgu'tīpun
tagu'tu'na small house lizard
tagubnthe sheath of a bolo, knife or sword, the holster of a gun
tagukntree sap
tāgumnan indigo plantIndigofera suffruticosa (Mill.) or Indigofera tinctoria (Linn.)