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primerong tikang [primérong tikáng] n The first time to do or experience something (lit. first step). unang hakbang Kag ida primerong tikang sa pagnegosyo ay waya napalso. His first experience in business didn’t fail.
tikang [tikáng] 1n Step; stride; footsteps; foot (measurement). To take a step. 2vi To step. hakbang Nagtikang sida it tatlong tikang. She stepped three steps.
tikangkang [tikángkang] v To sit with legs spread apart on the ground. To land on one's bottom with legs and arms up in the air, as of out of balance. bukaka Napatikangkang sida tong sida ay napahanlas. She sat with her legs spread apart when she slipped on the ground.
baktason [baktáson] (der. of baktas) n 1The distance somebody hikes to reach somewhere. (sem. domains: 8.2.6 - Distance.) 2Seashore along which one hikes, like a road; the distance one hikes along a path. dalampasigan Kag bal-ong ay usang gatos nak tikang halin sa baktason kung rako ka taob. The well is one hundred steps from the seashore if it’s high tide. (sem. domains: 188.8.131.52 - Island, shore.)
bika₃ [bíka] 1n Something that has been split, cut, broken in half, two. Pagkatapos it bagyo karamong yakrag nak bikang butong. After the typhoon there were many fallen young coconuts that were split in two. (sem. domains: 7.8 - Divide into pieces.) 2v To split, cut, break something in half, two (as of any way of halving coconut, bamboo strips, a piece of bread etc). buka Ingbika nako kag nidog nak kurkuron. I cut into two the coconut to be grated. syn: pisang, bukâ 1. (sem. domains: 7.8 - Divide into pieces.) der. bika-bika₂ , der. bika₁ , der. kabika