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  1. t-syert, taal to taksi
  2. taksil to tanging
  3. tangka to tengang-daga
  4. tenis to tino
  5. tinta to tres
  6. triga to tumag
  7. tumal to tuyot
  • tenis
    English: (noun) tennis
    Notes: English

  • tentasyon
    [ten-tas-yon] English: (noun) temptation
    Notes: Spanish

  • tenyente
    [ten-yen-te] English: (noun) lieutenant
    L2 Definition: (var) TININTE
    Notes: Spanish

  • tepok
    English: Filipino slang for dead (syn) TIGBAK, TIGOK, TIMBOG
    L2 Definition: (salitang balbal) patay (syn) TIGOK, TIGBAK, TIMBOG

  • terible
    [te-rib -le] English: (adj) terrible
    Notes: Spanish

  • termos
    English: (noun) thermos bottle
    Notes: Spanish

  • terno
    English: (noun) woman's native costume with butterfly sleeves; formal wear
    Notes: see SAYA1

  • tesurera
    [te-su-re-ra] English: (noun) treasurer
    L2 Definition: (var) TESURERO, TESORERO, TESORERA

  • tetano
    English: (noun) tetanus
    Notes: Spanish

  • tianak
    [tia-nak] English: (noun) elf or goblin (folklore)
    L2 Definition:

  • tibay
    [ti-bay] English: (adj) /ma--/ durable; sturdy; lasting

  • tibi
    English: (noun) constipation; costiveness

  • tibo
    see tibo1, tibo2 & tibo3

    • tibo1
      English: (noun) splinter of glass

    • tibo2
      Passive Verb: matibo
      English: (verb) to be punctured by glass splinter

    • tibo3
      English: Filipino slang for lesbian
      L2 Definition: (salitang balbal) tomboy, lesbyana

  • tibok
    Active Verb: tumibok
    English: (verb) to throb; to pulsate; to beat

  • tigang
    English: (adj) extremely dry (soil)

  • tigas
    English: (adj) /ma--/ hard; tough; tenacious
    matigas, tigasan, tinigasan

  • tigdas
    English: (noun) the measles

  • tigib
    English: (adj) filled; overburdened; overloaded

  • tigil
    see tigil1 & tigil2

    • tigil1
      Active Verb: tumigil
      English: (verb) to stop; to discontinue; to suspend

    • tigil2
      Active Verb: magtigil
      Passive Verb: itigil
      English: (verb) to stop; to discontinue; to suspend

  • tigmak [tig-mak]
    English: (adj) soaked; drenched; thoroughly immersed

  • tigre
    English: (noun) tiger
    Notes: Spanish

  • tihaya [ti-ha-ya]
    see tihaya1 & tihaya2

    • tihaya1
      Active Verb: tumihaya
      English: (verb) to lie with face or ventral side up; to lie on one's back

    • tihaya2
      Active Verb: magtihaya
      Passive Verb: itihaya
      English: (verb) to lie with face or ventral side up

  • tiheras
    English: (noun) cot

  • tiis [ti-is]
    Active Verb: magtiis
    Passive Verb: tiisin
    English: (verb) to bear; to endure; to suffer

  • tiket [ti-ket]
    English: (noun) ticket

  • tikim [ti-kim]
    Active Verb: tumikim
    Passive Verb: tikman
    English: (verb) to taste; to sample food

  • tikis [ti-kis]
    English: (adv) on purpose; intentionally

  • tikling [tik-ling]
    English: (noun) rail bird with long legs

  • tiklo [tik-lo]
    English: Filipino slang for caught by police, arrested
    L2 Definition: (salitang balbal) huli

  • tiklop [tik-lop]
    see tiklop1, tiklop2 & tiklop3

    • tiklop1
      English: (noun) fold

    • tiklop2
      Active Verb: tumiklop
      English: (verb) to fold

    • tiklop3
      Active Verb: magtiklop
      Passive Verb: tiklupin
      English: (verb) to fold

  • tikoy [ti-koy]
    English: Filipino slang for miser, frugal
    L2 Definition: (salitang balbal) kuripot

  • tiktik [tik-tik]
    English: (noun) spy

  • tila [ti-la]
    English: (adj) ended; ceased

  • tilad [ ti-lad]
    English: (noun) small pieces or bits (from cutting or chopping)

  • tilamsik [ti-lam-sik]
    English: (noun) splash (of water); spark (of fire, especially form a forge)

  • tilaok [ ti-la-ok]
    English: (noun) crowing of rooster

  • tilapiya [ti-la-pia]
    English: (noun) tilapia

  • tili [ti-li]
    English: (noun) sudden shrill cry (from fright or pain); the cry of the deer

  • tililing [ti-li-ling]
    English: Filipino slang for someone who is considered slightly insane or at times off-beat
    L2 Definition: (salitang balbal) may pagkaluka-luka

  • tilin [ti-lin]
    English: (noun) clitoris

  • timang [ ti-mang]
    English: Filipino slang for stupid
    L2 Definition: (salitang balbal) tanga

  • timawa [ ti-ma-wa]
    English: (noun) freeman; emancipated slave

  • timba [tim-ba]
    English: (noun) pail; bucket

  • timbang [tim-bang]
    see timbang1, timbang2 & timbang3

    • timbang1
      English: (noun) weight

    • timbang2
      Active Verb: tumimbang
      Passive Verb: timbangin
      English: (verb) to weigh

    • timbang3
      Active Verb: magtimbang
      English: (verb) to weigh

  • time man [English pron.]
    English: Filipino slang for an inmate who has been spending much time in prison
    L2 Definition: (salitang balbal) preso na matagal na sa loob ng bilangguan

  • timog
    English: (adv) south

  • timpi [tim-pi]
    Active Verb: magtimpi
    Passive Verb: timpiin
    English: (verb) to control one's self

  • timpla [ tim-pla]
    English: (noun) ingredients added or mixed to fill a pharmaceutical prescription; seasoning (in cooking); mixture

  • timplado [tim-pla-do]
    English: (adj) moderate; tempered
    Notes: Spanish

  • timtiman [ tim-ti-man]
    English: (adj) /ma--/ constant; faithful

  • tina
    English: (noun) dye; indigo

  • tinag
    Active Verb: tuminag
    Passive Verb: tinagin
    English: (noun) shine, illumination (verb) to illuminate, to brighten up (idiom) to understand, to enlighten (adj) bright, shiny
    Examples: 1) Tuminag ang kanyang mukha sa liwanag ng araw. (Her face was illuminated by the sun's light.) 2) Patinagin natin ang bahay na madilim. (Let us brighten up the dim house.)

  • tinapa [ ti-na-pa]
    English: (noun) smoked fish

  • tinapay [ti-na-pay]
    English: (noun) bread

  • tinda [tin-da]
    see tinda1, tinda2 & tinda3

    • tinda1
      English: (noun) goods for sale; merchandise

    • tinda2
      English: (noun) /--an/ (TINDAHAN) store

    • tinda3
      Active Verb: magtinda
      Passive Verb: itinda
      English: (verb) to sell

  • tindahan [tin-da-han]
    English: (noun) store

  • tindera [ tin-de-ra]
    English: (noun) storekeeper; shop-owner, seller, one who sells (female)
    L2 Definition: (var) TINDERO

  • tindi [tin-di]
    see tindi1 & tindi2

    • tindi1
      English: (noun) ponderousness; intensity; gravity; heaviness

    • tindi2
      English: (adj) /ma--/ grave; intense; poderous; heavy

  • tindig [tin-dig]
    see tindig1 & tindig2

    • tindig1
      Active Verb: tumindig
      English: (verb) to stand up

    • tindig2
      Active Verb: magtindig
      Passive Verb: itindig
      English: (verb) to put in an upright position

  • tinga [ti-nga]
    English: (noun) foreign matter lodged between the teeth
    Notes: Chinese

  • tingala [ti-nga-la]
    see tingala1 & tingala2

    • tingala1
      English: (adj) with face looking upward

    • tingala2
      English: (adv) /pa--/ looking upward, with face or front in upward position

  • tingga [ting-ga]
    English: (noun) lead; tin

  • tingi [ti-ngi]
    English: (noun) that which is selling or sold at retail
    Notes: Chinese

  • tingin [ti-ngin]
    Active Verb: tumingin
    Passive Verb: tingnan
    English: (verb) to look at; to view

  • tingkad [ting-kad]
    English: (adj) /ma--/ bright (colored)

  • tingting [ting-ting]
    see tingting1, tingting2 & tingting3

    • tingting1
      English: (noun) stickbroom

    • tingting2
      English: (noun) Filipino slang for skinny, slim
      L2 Definition: (salitang balbal) payat

    • tingting3
      English: (noun) ribs of palm

  • tinidor [ti-ni-dor]
    English: (noun) fork

  • tinig [ ti-nig]
    English: (noun) voice
    L2 Definition: (syn) BOSES

    • tinik [ti-nik]
      see tinik1 & tinik2

    • tinik1
      English: (noun) thorn; fishbone

    • tinik2
      English: (adj) /ma--/ thorny; has lots of fishbone, as in "bangus" (milkfish)
      matinik, natinik

  • tinikling [ti-nik-ling]
    English: (noun) a native "courtship" dance in which the dancer(s), usually a couple or "lovers", step in and out of a pair of paralllel bamboo poles, clapped rhythmycally (at increasing speed) by another couple at both ends of the parallel bamboo poles.
    See a picture

  • tino
    English: (adj) /ma--/ sane; full of common sense; sensible

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