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takigtákign malariaNakasakit ako sin takig sa sulod sin isad sa tuig.I was-sick with malaria for a year.magtákigv [c3] MAG- exp; -AN pat. shiver, have chills. As from malaria fever or coldnesstakíganv shiver from somethingKun gintakigan an may sakit tahuban siya sin habol.If the sick one shivers-from-cold cover him with-a blanket.
takilidtakílidn side ofadj sidewardTakilid an iya paghigda sa katri.He was-lying-on-his-side on-the bed.takilídonv [c5] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN ben. tilt onto one sideTakilidon mo an baruto.You tilt the small-boat onto-it's-side.cfkilid side
takilyatakílyaSpn box office
takintákinn side. This root is always affixedkatákinn 1sideAdto an guna sa katakin san laton.The bolo is there at-the side of-the tin-can.2neighborMabuot an amon katakin.Our neigbor is kind.katarákinadj neighbor pluralHamos sa iba pa na katarakin na lugar.Let-us-go to still other neighboring places.magtakínv [c8] MAG- act; -ON pat; -AN loc; I- acc. be beside something, be next to somethingNagtakin siya sa akon.He was-beside me.magkatákinadj be neighborsMagkatakin kami.We-excl are-neighbors.katakínonv [c10] -ON pat; -AN goal. be neighbor to someoneKatakinon ta sinda Myrna.Let us have Myrna-and-family to-be our neighbor.itákinv put besideItakin mo sa lamisa.Put-it-beside the table.
takiptákipn adjoining partmagtákipv [c2] MAG- act. join, add tosynupod intra sugpon joint
taklobtaklóbn cover, lidIsulod mo ina sa malinis na botilya na may taklob.You put that into a clean bottle which has a cover.magtaklóbv [c7] MAG- ag; -AN goal; I- acc. put lid on, cover oversyntaboncovertahob lidtak-om closedtakop lid
taklostáklosv [c2] MAG- actmagtáklosv fasten on holster, fasten on knife sheathsyntakros
takmatakmâv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- accmagtakmâv bite and hold onNagtakma an ido san bata.The dog bit the child and-held-on.takmàónv grab quickly, snatch somethingTakmaa na an sapat.Grab the bird now.
takmotakmóv [c2] MAG- actmagtakmóv bump chin accidentally
taknatáknàn specific time, specific date
takobtakóbn sheath. Refers to a sheath for knife or swordmagtakóbv [c2] MAG- exp. coverAn twalya nagatakob na san entiro na lawas san bata.The towel now covers the entire body of-the child.syntaboncover
takodtakódv [c2] MAG- actmagtakódv attachAn aton mga gusok takod sa aton taludtod.Our ribs are-attached to our spinal-column.syntangkas
takontakónn heel of shoesDili ba ikaw an parabutang sin takon sa sapatos?Are you not the-one-who regularly-puts a heel on shoes?cftikodheelmagtakónv [c3] MAG- ag; -AN pat. heel shoes. Refers to attaching new heels to shoestakunánv be heeled, put a heel on a shoetakúnann shoe to be heeled
takoptakópn lidsyntaboncovermagtakópv MAG- ag; -AN pat; I- inst. cover with a lidcftak-om closedsyntahob lidtaklob put lid on
takostakósn measurement of quantityMay dipirinsya an imo takos.There-is-something wrong with your measurement.takúsann quantity measuring instrument. Refers to something like a measuring cup, a quart measurer, measuring spoonAdi an aton takusan.Here is our measuring-instrument.pl.taraksánmagtakósv [c8] MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN ben; I- acc. measure quantityMagtakos ka sin lima ka gantang na asin.You measure five gantas of salt.
takrostakrósv [c2] MAKA- expmakatakrósv able to be holsteredAn iya talibong nakatakros sa iya kilidan.His sword was-able-to-be-holstered at his waist.syntaklos
taksitáksiEngn taxi cab
taktaktáktakv [c8] MA- exp; -ON pat; -AN loc; I- accmatáktakv fall, drop. Refers to fruits which drop because they are ripe and ready to dropsyntakdag fallhulog1 1falltaktákonadj mature, ripe, ready to fall. Means that the process of ripening, drying, processing is finishedTaktakon na an pakas sa nabubuladan.The dried-fish in-the drying-rack are-ready now.taktakónv be beaten, be rapped, be thrashed. Means to cause something to fall by rapping or hitting itTaktakon ta an ati sa banig.Let us-incl beat the dirt from-the mat.
taktikatáktikaEngn tactic, methodGin-iba niya an iya taktika.He changed his tactic.
takuritakurín tea kettle. Refers to a kettle with a long curved spoutLinison mo an takuri.Clean the tea-kettle.
talCebadj as though fromAn kapakulan na iya binanggaan turumba tal binagyo.The brush which he crashed-into fell-over as-though-from a-powerful-typhoon.synbaga'nas though
tal-ongtál-ongv [c6] MAG- ag; -ON pat; I- acctal-úngonv be staunched, be stemmed, be stopped, be checkedTal-ungon ni Tiyo Berto an dugo san samad ni Perfecto.The blood-flow from Perfecto's wound will-be-stopped by Uncle Berto.
talaantalâann deadline, credit due date, fixed date
talabongtalábongn heron, stork, water buffalo birdHataas an liog san talabong.The neck of-the heron is long.
talagatalagáTagadv reallyMaganda talaga siya.She is really beautiful.Talaga'n buang ina na tawo.That man is really foolish.syngayodreally