n. an address of respect given to an old grandfather or great-grandfather; sometimes used to address an old and well-respected leader in a community; v. call someone tátang.
a. 1. clearly visible, not covered. Tátaw sa bintánà ang ílang rinubuhay, You could see them necking clearly through the window; 2. obvious. Tátaw kaáyu siyang nag-inartista, She’s obviously faking; v. 1. be clearly seen. Matátaw nímu ang dágat ibabaw sa búkid, You can clearly see the sea from the top of the hill; 2. be obvious. Minuri kay matátaw kaáyung gustu ka níya, Slow down. It’s obvious that you like him.
n. term of address to one’s father and sometimes uncle or grandfather; v. 1. call someone father; 2. become a father. (→) voc. short form: tay.
v. cut or lop off branches with a bladed tool. Tatháun ku ning sangáha nga nagdaplay sa alambri, I will cut off the branch that hangs across the electric wires.
n. 1. tatting, knotted lace; 2. shuttle for making tatting; v. make tatting.
v. 1. mark or blemish on an otherwise smooth surface. Wà giyud makatatsa ang buksidur sa íyang kuntra, The boxer was not able to make a single mark on his opponent. Natatsahan ang íyang puting barung, His white barong has a spot on it. 2. criticize; find fault with something Kusug siyang mutatsa (manatsa) sa búhat sa uban, He is fond of criticizing others’ work; n. mark, blemish. Way tatsa ang íyang pagkababáyi, Her womanhood is unblemished. -dur a. fond of criticizing or despising. -dúra see tatsadur (female).
v. touch the net in volleyball; n. 1. the violation of touching; 2. one who commits the violation. Tatsing ka. Ákung sirbi, You touched the net. My serve.
n. a kind of rounded, shallow brass or clay pan having two handles, used primarily in making sweets; v. use a tatsu.
v. mark with a tattoo. Tatuhan tag kurus ímung buktun, Let’s tattoo a cross on your arm; n. tattoo marks.