Tboli - English


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ta henmù1prepOn the wrist.
ta kmawang1nAtmosphere overhead.
tabas1nBolo with a long curved blade made and used for clearing fields.cfsuk 1.1
taduk1nA stage in the development of palm fruits as the fruit is beginning to develop, just before it bursts forth.
tafa nawa1vTo be anxious, fearful.syntagaw nawa 1.1cfónó nawa 1.1
tafak11.1nPunishment.1.2vTo punish.
tagad1vTo wait.It is always said to visitors when they leave and means that the visitor is more than welcome and one wishes they would stay longer.Tagad se du.vDon't be in a hurry.2advYet; immediately.tagad gel sù le du bè yó kem ken hnunges.They don't immediately place it (the meat) with the wrapped rice.
Tagad se du.subentry oftagad 1To wait.
tagaw1vTo set free, let loose, as animals.synliwà 1.1cfhtimbeg 1.1
tagaw nawa1vTo worry.syntafa nawa 1.1
tahaw1nLong-tailed nightjar, flies only at night, not seen during the day.Caprimulgus macrurus manillensis.
tahà kilangidiom ofkilang 1.2To step over something; to go over the limit or boundary.
tahu ékéngenidiom ofékéng 1.3Dry, free from moisture, as dead leaves, corn or rice ready to be milled.
tahu nohenidiom ofno 1.3Fragrant, tasting sweet, as of flowers or ripe fruit.