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tuigtúign yearTinapos ko lang an usad ka tuig didto.I finished only one year there-distant.
tuka1tukân beak, bird's billNagatarigwis an tuka sini na manok.The beak of-this chicken is-becoming-sharp-pointed.magtukâv [c6] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal. peck
tuka2túkav [c14] NA-..-AN pat; assign, designatenatukáhanv be assigned, be designated, be appointed, be delegatedNatukahan siya pagkanta.He was-assigned to-sing.
tukadortukadórn dresser. Refers to a dresser with a large mirror
tukartukárSpv [c2] MAG- actmagtukárv play an instrumentsyntugtog play an instrument
tukayatukáyaSpn female namesake, have same female namecftukayo male namesakesynsangaynamesake
tukayotukáyoSpn male namesake, have same male namecftukayafemale namesaketerm of address namesake. Used as a term of address between persons with same namesPira na an idad ni Tukayo?How old is Tukayo?magtukáyov [c2] MAG- act. call someone by the same name as the speaker
tukdagtúkdagn chicken feedcfbahog animal feed
tukdotúkdov [c7] MAG- act; -AN goal; I- accmagtúkdov teachKada summer nagatukdo ako sin First Aid sa mga eskwela.Every summer I teach First Aid to students.itúkdov be taught, be instructedDidi ginatukdo an pagkaaram san pag-ataman sa balay.The knowledge of taking-care-of-someone at home is-being-taught here.pagtúkdon teachingAn Red Cross nagatalinguha gayod sa pagtukdo sin kaaraman sa First Aid.The Red Cross really strives in teaching the knowledge of first aid.magtutúkdon teacherIgwa sin bunos an mga magtutukdo.The teachers have a bonus.cfmaestra female teachermaestromale teachersynparatukdoteacher
tuklangtúklangv [c9] MAG- ag; I- accmagtúklangv push, block, wedge shutitúklangv be pushedTinuklang niya an iloy hasta na nahulog sa hagdan.The mother was-pushed by-him until she-fell down-the-stairs.synduso1 1pushtukmod
tukmotukmón small gray dove... . It is reported that this variety has the ability to whistle
tukmodtúkmodCebv [c8] MAG- act; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- accmagtúkmodv push abruptly, goad, prodcftuklang synduso1 1push
tukotukôBkln tree lizard. This is larger than a house lizard and lives in holes in trees
tukobtukóbBklv [c7] MAG- ag; -AN pat; I- accmagtukóbv catch live prey
tukodtúkodBkln brace, strut, supporttukódn window bracemagtúkodv [c6] MAG- ag; -ON pat; I- acc. erect, brace, support, stake, establish, organizeNagtukod sinda sin balay sani na pundasyon.They erected a house on-this foundation.makatúkodv able to braceNagasurmaton siya na nakatukod sa iya tungkod.He was-speaking being-ably-braced by his cane.
tuksotúkson query, temptationmagtúksov [c2] MAG - act. query
tuktok1tuktókTagn peak, summit, topmost partNamumutang ini na lugar sa tuktok san bukid.This place was-situated at-the peak of-the mountain.syntagudtodpeak
tuktok2tuktókv [c8] MAG- act; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- accmagtuktókv knockNagparatuktok gayod si Pedro.Pedro really continued-knocking.pagtuktókadv at the knocking, when knockedPagtuktok ni Juan sa may pwertahan naghalapit si Roda.At-the-knocking on-the door by Juan, Roda drew-near-to-it.syntaguktok sound of knocking
tukyabtúkyabv [c6] MAG- ag; -ON pat; I- accmagtúkyabv shake outcfpadpad palpag
tul-angtúl-angn boneKamo baga'n mga pantyon na puno san mga tul-ang san mga tawo na namatay.You-are as-though tombs full of-the bones of dead people.
tula1tuláTagn poemmagtuláv [c2] MAG- act. recite, declaim, speak publicly, narrate
tula2túlav [c2] MAG- actmagtúlav make fish stewsynla-ga
tulay1tuláyTagn bridgeAn tulay an inda hulatan.Their waiting-place is the bridge.
tulay2túlayn toddler. Refers to a baby learning to walkmagtúlayv [c2] MAG- act. stand shakily
tulboktúlbokn dot, period. Refers to the period dot at the end of sentencessyntuldokperiod