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tangu'vSomeone nods her or his head especially to indicate agreement with an event or situation.nagtangu'Nagtangu' lang si Rusalinda, kay 'ang 'iya tatay hay nagatāngis na da sa 'iya likuran.Rosalinda just nodded [her] head because her father was still crying at her back.
tangwayvSomeone buys an alcoholic drink.cfbakay2mabakyanpantīngi', pangtīngi'tingi''itangway'Ang 'iba kung gustu mag'inum kag waya' kwarta, nagabaligya' sinda ning niyug kag 'ang binta 'itangway nay tuba'.Some, if [they] like to drink [liquor] and there is no money, they sell coconuts and the sales money will be used for buying coconut wine.ginatangwayGinatangway 'ang kwarta kag ginasugay; kung magda'ug 'imaw na 'ang pag'abūnu.The money was being used for buying [liquor] and for gambling; when [he] would win that was then the time of the repayment.katatangwayabl gersomeone's being able to buy liquorMay tāwu nga kung ma'ūbus na 'ang 'inda kwarta katatangway, bīsan tūdu na 'ang kabayung, mangungūtang pa gid sa tindāhan ning 'inūmun.There are people who, when their money is all gone in being able to buy [liquor], in spite of [their] drunkenness, [they] still incur debts at the store for intoxicating drinks.cfbakay2tingi'nagtangwayvMoney is used by someone for buying an alcoholic drink.Nagtangway si 'Inrīku ning 'isa ka galun nga lambanug.Enrico bought one gallon of sugarcane wine.
tangyadnlemon grass plant or rootAndropogon citratus (DC.)Roots are used as a condiment in cooking.
tapavSomeone smokes copra lūgit, fish 'isda', meat karni, sea cucumber balat.ginatapahiKung nagalūgit 'ang 'iba nga manga tāwu, waya' na ginatapahi; 'inda na lang ginabuyad sa sīlak.When some people make copra, [the copra] is no longer smoked; it is just dried under the hot sun.gingtapahanGingtapahan ni Karlītu 'ang 'iya 'isda'; 'ang sabur hay parīhu.His fish was smoked by Carlito; as for the taste it was delicious.nagatapavCopra, fish, meat, sea cucumber is smoked by someone.'Ang nagalūgit, hay bukun ti'awtī'aw 'ang kabudlay nang 'īmu lāwas; madali' ka mapasma kung nagatapa nang lūgit.As for the one making copra, the tiredness of your body is not a joke; you will easily get chilled when [you] are smoking copra.tapāhanna smoking rack for smoking copra, meatsBāgu magdābuk sa sīlung nang tapāhan siguradūhun mu nga 'ang 'īmu tapāhan hay 'igwa ning dingding.Before building a fire underneath the smoking rack be sure that your smoking rack has walling [on all four sides covering the legs].tinapa1nsmoked fish'Imaw da 'ina' 'ang nagustuhan nga tinapa ni Nīla.That is the smoked fish that Nila liked.
tapukvSomething standing upright falls over.cfhūyughūyughūyughūyuglāraglāraglāraglāraglūkalūkalūkalūkama'ihūyugma'ilāragnalūkapatumbataktaktumbatumbatumbatumbatupa'tupa'tupa'tupa'anmatapukSīgi lang 'ang dyāgan ku kay bāsi' kung may manga matapuk nga nyug kag tinamā'an pa 'aku sa dayanun.My running just continued because supposing there would be a coconut palm which would fall over and I would be hit on the way.cfhūyuglāraglūkatumbatupa'
tapunvA particular disease infects someone or something; a foreign substance contaminates a useful substance.cfkahigku', mahigku'magtapun'Ini 'ang huwag hay 'īmu 'ihigut palībut pāra kunu 'adtu 'ang pisti hay 'indi' magtapun sa 'īmu manga manuk nga 'alīla'.As for this huwag vine, it will be tied around your house so that, they say, the pest will not infect your cared-for chickens.cfkahigku'
tāpusadjSomething is finished.Commonly followed by na 'already'.Kung tāpus na pa'āni, mapa'arādu naman kami nang lanas.If the harvest is already finished, we will then let the rice fields be plowed.cfla'aylāpas2lāpas2līgadlīpas līpas luma'magūyang1paligārunvSomeone finishes something.katapūsannthe end or last of somethingMagtūna' pa nang katapūsan nang būlan nang Pibrīru waya' na gid mag'uyan hasta niyan.Beginning the end of the month of February, it has not rained until now.Pag'āgi nang dyip nga katapūsan nga byāhi, 'igwa karga nga sāging.When the jeepney's last trip passed by it had a load of bananas.anttūna' tūna' katapūsan nga dāyumnthe base of somethingPag nagahūkay na 'adtu 'ang marmul kung ginabarīta, hay kutkutun gid 'adtu pakadtu sa 'idāyum nang dūta' kung di'in gid 'adtu 'ang 'iya katapūsan nga dāyum.When that marble moves when [it] is pried with a crowbar, [it] should be dug out very well going under the earth where its base is.cfbuli' kibut pūnu'2 tungud2 'ubuskatapusan1nsomeone's tenth day of being deceased'Ang katapusan ni 'Irning hay sa Sabadu.Erning's tenth day of being deceased was on Saturday.This is a reckoning by the Catholic church in connection with ceremonies for a person who has just died.katapusan2nan observance of the May Flowers novena'Ang katapusan nang Pluris ni Nāna Rīna hay sa Māyu baynti singku.The observance of the May Flowers novena of Aunt Rina is May twenty five.matāpus1advAn event occurs, then another event occurs.San'u ku baya matāpus 'ang 'ākun hugasan?When, I wonder, will the [utensils] that will be washed by me be able to be finished?'Umubay si Kanur kay Bīni, tāpus pinatūyug na niya 'ang 'unga'.Kanor lay beside Benny, then he let the child (Benny) sleep.cflāpas2līgadlīpas nakatāpus, katāpusvAn event is finished by someone.Waya' pa 'aku nakatāpus sa hayskul, naka'asāwa 'aku.[When] I was not yet able to finish high school I [nevertheless] took a spouse.'Ang 'iba, hay waya' katāpus pag'iskwīla kay 'inūna ninda 'ang pag'asāwa.As for some, [they] were not able to finish going to school because their marriage was put first by them.natāpusNatāpus na 'ang punsyūnan, nakatāpus na ning pakā'un sa manga tāwu.When the party was already able to be finished, the serving of food to the people was also finished.pagkatāpus1ti gerAfter or upon the completion of an event, another event happens.Pagkatāpus is optionally preceded by nang.Pagkatāpus ni Pitra magprinsīsa, sa 'inda pyista, 'igwa sa 'iya nagpangasawa nga taga'ibang lugar.Upon the completion of Petra's becoming a princess at their fiesta, there was someone who courted her from another place.Nang pagkatāpus kasay ni Lawra, nagpamuhun na 'aku nga mabālik 'aku sa Rumblun.Upon the completion of Laura's wedding ceremony, I asked permission then that I could go back to Romblon.syndispwis2prepAn event occurs after another event.Ginapīlit ta gid 'ini sina Nilya pagpakatūyug pagkatāpus ning 'igma'.We are really persuading Nelia and the others to let [the baby] sleep after eating.3advSomething is done or a particular state exists and afterwards something else is done or another state exists; an event happens but afterwards a different or unexpected event happens.Magbinākay kamu ning lamīsa kag bangku', pagkatāpus waya' nindu ginadahāni.You keep on buying tables and benches, [but] afterwards [they] are not taken care of by you.syndispwistināpusMa'āyu baya nga mag'iskwīla ka sa hayskul pāra kung maggūyang 'aku may tināpus ka.Maybe it is good for you to study in high school so that when I become old there is something you will have finished.
tapuynblack sticky riceActually a dark violet color. Commonly made into a sticky rice delicacy biku, or a sticky rice cake pusu' 3, sūman by grinding, wrapping in a young palm leaf hanig and cooking.cfmayagkitbiku nga tapuy (biku 1b)a black sticky rice delicacykinalāyu nga tapuy2cooked black sticky rice
tapuyukna white sardine fishSardinella albella (Valenciennes)'Ang 'isda' nga ginahuman nga tuyu' hay 'ang tapuyuk kag tambangkyaw.The fish which is used for making dried sardines is white sardines and black-tipped sardines.cflupuytambangkyaw
tapwakvA liquid splashes onto someone or something.nagatapwakvSomeone or something is splashed by a liquid.Kung nagatapwak 'adtu 'ang humbak hay nagatapwak sa 'āmun hitsūra.When the waves splash they splash onto our face.nagatapwaktapwākanDaw parīhu na da sa nagasakay kami sa barūtu nga nagatapwaktapwākan kami nang dāgat.It was as though we were already riding in a boat in which we were being splashed by sea water.tinapwakanTinapwakan 'aku kadaku' nga dāgat; hālus sigūru daw sa punu' gid 'ang baldi.I was splashed by much sea water; it seemed as though perhaps almost a pailful.
tarantavSomeone is panicked or rattled by a circumstance or by someone else.nataranta'Ay! Pabay'i lang, kay nataranta na gid 'aku 'ini!Oh! [It] should just be left alone, because I happened to be greatly rattled by this!
tarhītana business card for a business or professional person
tariknan outrigger cross memberThe end extensions of the outrigger cross members du'undu'un are tied at right angles to the outriggers katig and the center of the cross members rest on top of the boat and are anchored to it. An outrigger paddle boat barūtu, a one-sail outrigger boat liplip and a two-sail outrigger boat binul'anun have two cross members; a large two-sail outrigger boat pasāhi has three.
tarīpana price rate or price scale for purchases or services
taru'taru'nthe drunken bobbing of someone's head because of weakness, usually as a result of being drunkSi Naldu sīgi 'ang taru'taru' nga naga'ung'ung didtu sa butilya nang dyin nga 'igwa pa ning suyud nga tunga' sa butilya.As for Naldo, the drunken bobbing of the head continued while [he] was drinking bottoms up there from the bottle of gin which still had a half bottle [of liquid] inside.vSomeone bobs the head drunkenly because of weakness, usually as a result of being drunk.nagataru'taru''Ini si Pidru nga 'iya maguyang, yadtu sa pūnu' nang niyug sa 'alīhid nang dāyan nagapungku' nga nagataru'taru' na sa kabayung.As for this Pedro, his older brother, [he] was over there under the coconut tree at the edge of the road sitting [and] was bobbing [his] head drunkenly from drunkenness.
tārungmatārungnsomeone's attitude or way of thinking'Ang matārung nang manga pubri hay may bayay lang kunu 'ina' nga matuyūgan tāma' na.The attitude of poor people is that there just be a house, they say, in which to sleep [and] that's enough.
tasavSomeone sharpens the point of something, as a pencil, stake.nagtasa sharpened an elongated object
tāsana cupBakyun mu na lang 'ang plantya ku kag 'adtung pinggan kag tāsa!My iron and those plates and cups should be bought by you!gentatsuna nonspecific or specific number of cupfuls; a volume measurementspectatsu19, Dry or Liquid Volume Measurement
tasādu gid ka'āyu1adjvery little of somethingHamākun mu! Grid wan 'aku; 'ang 'āmun ginakā'un tasādu gid ka'āyu; mapi'ūtan lang bīsan ma'isut.Imagine! I was grade one; what we ate was very little; only a little was put [in our stomachs].
tastasvSomeone removes stitches from a piece of cloth, clothing.nagtastas removed stitches
tātapers ref/add nUncle; a parent's brother or parent's male cousin; a respectful term for a man about the age of one's fatherTāta is a personal noun of both address and reference.syn'angkul tīyu cf'anti 23, Social Relationshipspers ref/add ntatāhunnsomeone's consanguine uncle, i.e., the brother or male cousin of one's parent'Ang 'ākun tatāhun hay si Tāta Nistur.My uncle is Uncle Nestor.syn'angkūlun'angkūlun, 'angkul sa dugu'tiyāhuntiyūhuncf'antīhun, 'anti sa dugu'tiyāhun23, Social Relationships
tatāgu'vSomething, especially money is saved up by someone.cfginahīpidhīpidhīpidkamādapagkatīpunpangtagū'un, tagū'unplastartāgu'2tāgu'2tīpuntīpunnatatāgu'2Damutun ku 'ang 'ākun natatāgu' nga kwarta.My money which was able to be saved up will be completely spent by me.cfhīpidtāgu'2tīpun