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tamodtamódv [c3] MAG- act; -AN goalmagtamódv observe, look at intently, gaze at, stare atNaila gayod ako magparatamod sa ubos.I really liked continually-looking down below.makatamódv able to lookNakatamod man ako sa ubos sa may bintana san mga isla.At-the window I was-able-to-look down at-the islands below.cfdung-aw tangbo1 synkita1
tamoytámoyn offering to spirits, gift for the spirits, present for the spiritsWara kami nagaintyindi sin tamoy.We-excl are-not concerned with an offering-to-spirits.magtámoyv [c7] MAG- ag; -AN goal; I- acc/ben; PA-..-ON pat. offer something to spirits, present something to spirits, proffer to spiritsNagtamoy sinda sa pangpang.They offered-something-to-spirits on-the cliff.
tampa1tampâv [c6] MAG- ag; -ON pat; I- acc. tap, slapsynsampadong tampaling tampàónv be tapped, be slapped lightlyWara ako niya makita kaya tinampa ko an iya abaga.He did-not see me so I tapped his shoulder.pagtampân tappingDili makusog an iya pagtampa.His tapping was-not hard.
tampa2tampâCebn dowryNano an inda inayo na tampa?What dowry did they request?matampâv [c7] MAG- act; -AN goal; I- acc; PA-..-ON pat. give dowryMatampa kami buwas.We-excl will-give the dowry tomorrow.
tampalingtampalíngv [c6] MAG- ag; -ON pat; I- acc. tap, slapsynsampadong tampa1 magtampalíngv tap, slap lightly
tampostámposCebn herbal leaf poultice. Used for treating wounds or any injured part of the bodyAn tabako maayo na tampos sa hubag.Tobacco-leaf is a good herbal-poultice for-a boil.cfbulong medicinetambal medicationtampúsanv [c7] MAG- ag; -AN pat; I- acc; PA-..-ON goal. apply a herbal poulticeTampusi an iya hubag sin dahon san tabako.Apply a tobacco leaf poultice to his boil.
tamtakstámtaksEngn thumbtacks
tan-agtán-agn soft wood tree, a tan-ag tree, a tan-ag wood. A variety of soft wood treeAyaw pagharigi sin tan-ag sa imo balay kay matapok ina.Do not make-house-posts of tan-ag wood for your house because that is throw-away-stuff.
tan-awtán-awv [c3] MAG- ag; -AN goalmagtán-awv watch, view, look at, stare at, gaze at, observetaran-áwonn view, something viewed. Refers to viewing things like scenery and landscapecfkita2 sud-ong
tanantanánadj all, everythingKita tanan makadto sa simintiryo.We-incl all will-go to-the cemetery.n everything, everyone, everybodyKaya sa pagkaon namon wara ako makaubos san tanan.So of our-excl food I was not able-to-finish everything.tanan-tanánadj all in all, total, everyoneDos mil kwatro syintos tanan-tanan an mga diligado.The delegates are two thousand four hundred all-in-all.tanánanv [c14] -AN pat. all be taken, everything be taken
tanangtánangadj over ripeDili manamit an tanang na mangga.An over ripe mango is not delicious.synpugtoover ripe
tandatándàn sign, notice, mark, labelGinsapsap niya an tanda.He scraped-off the label.synpaaram noticeabiso noticepasabinoticepasabot noticekamangnonoticenotisya newstandàánv [c8] 1MAG- ag; -ON pat; -AN goal; I- acc. label, mark, take noteTandaan mo an imo guna.Mark your weeding-bolo.2take note, bear in mindTandaan mo an akon mga sinabi.You take-note of what I said.
tandingtándingv [c3] MAG- act; -AN goalmagtándingv compare, contrast
tandogtándogv [c7] MAG- ag; -AN loc/ben; I- accmagtándogv touchcfduldol tuslok syndupa2 touchdutdot touch with a fingerkamrot touchhikap touch
tandoltándolv [c2] NA-, NAKA- actmakatándolv accidentally bumpNakatandol an iya ulo sa kahoy.His head accidentally-bumped a tree.
tangatangâadj stupid
tangbo1tángbòCebv [c7] MAG- act; -AN goal; I- acc; PA-..-ON patmagtángbòv lean over to seeWara an daraga magtangbo sa paraharana.The marriagable-girl did not lean-over-to-see the serenaders.cfdung-aw tamod
tangbo2tángboSpn coarse reed. Refers to a reed used to make broomsPhragmites vulgaris
tangdotángdov [c2] MAG- actmagtángdov nod head. Refers to nodding in agreementInsigida tangdo an Kastila.The Spaniard immediately nodded his head.syntango2 nod head
tangdoltángdolv [c2] MAG-..-AN actmagtangdúlanv rustle, sway, crunch, crackleMabati ta man an tinong san mga nagatarangdulan na dahon.We-incl will also hear the sound of the rustling leaves.
tanggatánggan step cut in tree, tree steps. Refers to the practice of cutting steps into a coconut tree for climbing to get the fruit
tanggo1tánggon sleeveless undershirtNagbakal siya sin duha na tanggo.He bought two sleeveless-undershirts.magtánggov [c7] MAG- act; -AN goal; I- acc. wear a sleeveless undershirtNano kay dili ka lang magtanggo?Why do you not wear just a sleeveless-undershirt?
tanggo2tánggov [c7] MAG- act; -AN loc; I- acc; PA-..-ON patmagtánggov dance the tangoNagtanggo siya sa baraylihan.He danced-the-tanggo at the dancehall.
tanggugurangtanggugúrangn thumbNapungkol an tanggugurang san iya wala na kamot.The thumb of his left hand was-cut-off.
tangigitangígin Spanish mackerel fish