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 animal188.8.131.52Parts of a reptile184.108.40.206Parts of small animals1.6.2Parts of an animalAnatanatomyder.pangikug
tail feathers trimmed, chicken withpungugNchicken with tail feathers trimmed220.127.116.11Bird18.104.22.168Parts of a bird
tail finampisʔam.pisn.possda tail fin of any kind of fish22.214.171.124Parts of a fish126.96.36.199FishZoolzoologyAnatanatomy
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
take care, beimanday 1ʔi.ˈman.daySCE.be careful; take care
take circuitous route, willmaliwel2liwɜlvb.statwill take circuitous route188.8.131.52Bend184.108.40.206Move in a circle
take everything one ownedlukdunganSCE.take everything one owned
take good care to do something wellpakadyawun 2Vtake good care to do something well
take it (command)kamangaVget it; take it (command)
take of s.th. else, s.o. tomagdadiyaga͡aymagdadiyaga͡ayVs.o. to take of s.th. elseSaid of animal husbandry, to feed, water, and bathe animals, and take care of needs.
take one's leave from s.o., willmanabiVwill take one's leave from s.o.
take or get s.th. from someone, topigkellasanVto take or get s.th. from someoneusually against the owner’s will. It is not quite stealing because it is done with the knowledge of the owner. The person will say “kanak da” meaning ‘it is mine now’ and take it away.
take s.th. seriously, s.o. doesn’tpalimenmenaVs.o. doesn’t take s.th. seriouslyAlways used negatively about someone who doesn't let his stupidity stop him from doing something very stupid.
take share from one platter of foodmigsalumpung2salumpuŋVtake share from one platter of food
take sides in a heated verbal argumenttibbigSCE.take sides in a heated verbal argumentFighting that becomes hatred within a family.der.mag-itibbig
take the opportunity to do somethingmigpaselatselatVsomeone took a chance or an opportunity to do something
take time out for s.th. or s.o.selatsɜlatSCE.take time out for s.th. or s.o.
take turns doing s.th.migsayusayu1sayusayuSCE.take turns doing s.th.