n. a triangular fishnet into which the fish are driven, operated by one or two people holding the V-shaped frame and two people working the scareline. paN- v. go fishing with a tapsay.
v. 1. sideswipe, graze. Ígù rang nakatapsing ang bála sa úlu, The bullet only grazed his head. Padaplin kay hitapsingan kag trák, Stay on the side. You might get sideswiped by a bus.
v. cover something by laying something over it, putting something flat on top of it. Usa ka táwuy mitaptap nákù arun dì ku makadumdum sa agiánan, A person blindfolded me so I wouldn’t know the way. Nagtaptap ug panyù ang mga tulisan, The robbers covered their faces with handkerchiefs. Taptápig puwa ang tabánug, Cover the kite with red paper. Ang lángit gitaptápan sa mabagang dag-um, The sky is covered with thick clouds; n. something lain over as a covering.
n. the first ten from the top. Nahiapil ku sa taptin sa ámung klási, I am among the top ten in our class.
v. 1. put all together. Kinsay nagtápù íning tanan sa sáku? Who put them all in the sack? 2. for one end of something tied around the body to meet the other. Nagtápù ang higut apan dì mabalighut, The two ends of the bond meet but you can’t tie them. Matápù nímu ang duha nímu ka kamut sa íyang páa, You can encircle her legs with your two hands; 2a. join, connect. Gitápù ang ílang kamut, They joined hands. hi-/ha-(→) v. 1. be put together with the rest by chance. Ngánung nahitapù ning ákung butang sa imúha? Why are my things mixed with yours? 2. happen to join, live with a group. Maáyung nahitapù ku sa inyung grúpu, It’s a good thing that I joined your group.