Tagakaulo cloth head piecekulubawkulubawNThe kulubaw is the traditional Tagakaulo Kalagan man's cloth head covering and has two corners of cloth that point up that resemble horns.5.4Adornment5.3.7Wear clothing
Tagakaulo-Kalagan necklace, traditionalbalyeg 1ˈba.lyɜgNtraditional Tagakaulo-Kalagan necklaceA balyeg she is wearing a traditional Tagakaulo Kalagan necklace consisting of multiple strings of tiny black beads. der.balyegander.mamalyeg
tailikugʔi.kugn.possda tail of an animal220.127.116.11Parts of a reptile18.104.22.168Parts of small animals1.6.2Parts of an animalAnatanatomyder.pangikug
tail feathers trimmed, chicken withpungugNchicken with tail feathers trimmed22.214.171.124Bird126.96.36.199Parts of a bird
tail finampisʔam.pisn.possda tail fin of any kind of fish188.8.131.52Parts of a fish184.108.40.206FishZoolzoologyAnatanatomy
tail, Shortenidulˈʔi.dulV(pig--an) For an animal to have its tail shorten.
tailbone, one’stangkagtaŋkagn.possdA person or animal's tangkag is their tailbone.
take a bribe, s.o. willmag-ilupVs.o. will take a bribe
take a second wife, willmagkalwaVwill take a second wife
take apart somethingpig‑agba'Vtake something apart