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tagbong [tágbong] v To throw, fall down with force; to thrust down. Itatagbong it Dios si Satanas sa irayom it ragat. God will thrust satan down under the sea. Atagbungan nimo kag yunang sa may gaha. You’ll fall on the mud near the window.

takyab [tákyab] vbt To throw; to cast something such as a rope or a fishing net. Ingtakyaban ninra it pukot tong yuta it isra sa ragat. They cast a fishing net into the school of fish in the sea.

taob₂ [táob] 1n High tide. (sem. domains: 1.3.2.6 - Tide.) 2vbt To be covered by high tide; to be at high tide. Nataobey kag ragat. The sea became high tide. Waya sinra’t piknikan dahil nataubaney kag baybay. They had no picnic place because the sand was covered by the high tide. (sem. domains: 1.3.2.6 - Tide.)

tap-ok [táp-ok] 11.1v To throw out of somewhere (as of a boat in rough seas). Gingtap-ok yangey ninra sa ragat kag inra mga raya dahil pay makuyobey kag inra baroto. Their things were just thrown out in the sea because their boat was nearly capsized. 22.1n A garbage dump outside of the town. tambakan Tong kuyba ay inghuman nak tap-ukan it likot it mga tawo. The cave site was used as a garbage dump by the people. 2.2vbt To throw out garbage. Asing inro gingtap-ukan it papel kag amo rayaag? Why did you throw paper out on our yard?

tayba₂ [táyba] n Sharp shells on rocks in the ocean. Oyster Makakakita ka it ramong tayba sa ragat. You can find many sharp shells on rocks in the sea. (sem. domains: 1.6.1.9 - Small animals.)

tayurtor₁ [tayúrtor] n An elevated place; ridge; plateau; peak. Kag giwanon ay asa kweba sa bayusbusan it ragat sa puno it pampang sa tayurtor it Guyangan. The water runs out of the rocks into the sea in the cave on the seashore at the foot of the cliff below the Guyangan ridge.

tikrag₂ [tíkrag] 1sta To fall from a height (people, object); to fall off a tree (as of fruit, leaves). nalaglag Nagpapangpuyot kag anak it mga natikrag nak mangga. The children are picking up mangoes that have fallen off the tree. syn: taktak, yakrag 1, huyog 1, lagas 1, unot. (sem. domains: 7.7.1 - Hit.) 2vi To fall off a tree (leaves, fruit). Nagtitikrag kag mga yaay ngasing. The old coconuts are falling from the trees now. (sem. domains: 7.7.1 - Hit.) 3v To cause something (usually leaves, fruit) to fall. Pagtawog nimo aya gipatikraga kag mga bunga. When you climb up don’t cause the fruit to fall off. (sem. domains: 7.7.1 - Hit.)

toktok₅ [tóktok] 1n Rust. (sem. domains: 1.2.2.3 - Metal.) 2vi To rust, become rusty. kalawang Aya gipatuktoki kag sunrang nak nawawagit kag ruyot. Don’t let the bolo become rusty because it loses it’s sharpness. Ingtuktok kag alambre kag mabasa it ragat. The wire got rusty when it was wet by sea water. (sem. domains: 1.2.2.3 - Metal.)

tugkar₁ [túgkar] 11.1vi To dive down deep into water; to uncover something when digging a hole. sisid Nagtugkar ako sa limang rupa. I dove down a distance of five fathoms. 22.1vi To dive to the bottom of the sea, river. 2.2vt To submerge something to bottom of the sea or river. sisid Gingtugkar it busero tong ida bubo sa irayom it ragat. The diver submerged the fish trap at the bottom of the sea.

tugsok [túgsok] vbt 1To pierce something; to prick with something sharp; to stick something sharp into something. tusok Naghanap sida it siit ag ida gingpangtugsukan katong puno it saging. He looked for prickles and he stuck them in the trunk of the banana. 2To pierce; to stick into something. Nagtugsok sa raga kag sipoy. The knife stuck in the ground.

tuko₁ [tukó] 1n Prop (as for clothesline, window shutter, door). Butangi it tuko kinang sampayan para indi magruot sa raga kag mga yamit. Put a prop under that clothes line so the clothes won’t touch the ground. syn: suhay. (sem. domains: 6.5.2.5 - Window.) 2v To use a window prop in a window. tukod (sem. domains: 6.5.2.5 - Window.) 3n Prop to hold up a building. (sem. domains: 6.5.2 - Parts of a building.)

tum-oy [túm-oy] v To dip, immerse something completely in water. ilubog Tumoyan it maado kinang sayap sa ragat para makabaoy it maintik nak isra. You dip fully well the fish net in the sea so it can catch small fish. syn: yum-oy 1, yum-oy 2. (sem. domains: 1.3.4 - Be in water.)

tunga-tunga₃ [tunga-tungâ] v To have ocean waves break on offshore sandbars, spit before reaching the shore (and causing still-water areas along the shoreline between the sand bar and the beach). Nagtunga-tunga kag ragat sa baybay it Odiongan. The ocean breaks on sandbars just offshore along the Odiongan beach.

tunor₂ [túnor] (irreg. infl. sugbo) v Sunset. lubog Maganda magpasyar sa ragat pag tunorey kag adlaw dahil bukoey mainit. It’s lovely to stroll by the sea after sunset because it’s not hot any more.

turok [turók] 1vi To pierce or sink deeply into something (words, into one’s heart, mind or something into the ground). Tanan nak ida gingbibisaya ay nagtuturok sa ako puso. Everything he’s saying cuts deeply in my heart. Indi magturok sa raga katong tagrokon dahil sa katugas. The pole won’t sink into the ground because it’s hard. 2vbt To stick or pierce something with something sharp or pointed. turok Iturok nimo kinang tinayuman nak kwadan hina sa rayaag. Stick the pointed bamboo there in the yard.

utwang [útwang] v To grow, sprout specially of plants; to come up (of plants) tumubo Miskan sa ragasrasong raga ay umutwang kag mayabong nak mga tanom,... Eventhough the soil was sandy, milky root crops would grow up,...

yabtong [yábtong] vi To become darker in colour; to tan; to blacken (as of people’s skin, the leaves of plants). Gusto nida magpayabtong kada pirmi sidang kaligos sa ragat. She wanted her skin to become tanned so she often went swimming in the sea.

yakrag [yákrag] 1sta To fall from a height (person, object); to fall off a tree (as of fruit, leaves). hulog, nalaglag Ako nasambat kag itlog nak nayakrag sa lamesa. I caught the eggs that fell from the table. syn: taktak, tikrag 1, huyog 1, lagas 1, unot. 2vi To fall off a tree (said of leaves and fruit). Nagkayakrag kag mga budog nak yangka pagbagyo. The young jackfruits fell off the tree during the typhoon. 3vbt To drop something from a height. Ingyakragan nako sida’t mga hinog nak kabugaw tong hagto ako sa ibabaw it puno. I dropped to her ripe pomelos when I was up in the tree.

yamaw₂ [yámaw] 1vi To flood; to be covered with water. nabahaan Kag amo bayay ay nayamawan it tubi dahil sa uyan. Our house was surrounded by floodwaters because of the rain. Nayamawan kag lanasan. The ricefield was covered with water. 2vt To flood somewhere; to let water in to somewhere; to irrigate. Ingpayamaw ni Tang Bunong kag tubi sa lanas para magduta kag raga. Tang Bunong let the water spill in the ricefield so the soil will loosen. syn: lanip.

yambang [yámbang] v To look for, try and sight a catch of fish (hit-and-miss fishing); to look for an opportunity by attracting fish with a gas lamp; to scout around for something (as of a sale). Kada hagto sa ragat kag baroto ni Darsing ay nagyayambang sinra it isra. The reason why Darsing’s boat is out at sea is because they are trying to sight a catch of fish. (sem. domains: 6.4.5 - Fishing, 6.8.4.3.2 - Cheap.)

yumos [yúmos] 11.1adj Drowned. Yumosey tong anak tong sida ay nabaoy sa tubi. The boy was already drowned when he was taken out of the water. 1.2sta To drown. lúnod Nayumos si Nonie sa ragat. Nonie drowned in the sea. (sem. domains: 2.6.6 - Die.) 22.1sta To be choked, drowned by weeds (as of plants) Nayumos kag ida pananom it mga hilamunon dahil gingbadaan sida maghilamon. Her plants were drowned by the weeds because she neglected to weed. 33.1v To be overwhelmed by feelings, circumstances. Ako ay nayumos sa kalisor pagkamatay it ako Tatay. I was overwhelmed by grief when my Father died.