TALO'ÅNE : midday, noon
På'go gi talo'åne. Today at noon.
Gi a las kuåttro gi despues de talo'åne. At four o'clock in the afternoon.
Tumalo'åne. To arrive at midday.
Na' talo'åne. Noon meal.
I have found that the man åmko' are pretty definite about talo'åne being dead-on twelve noon, when reckoning exact time.
11:45AM is still gi ega'an (in the morning).
12:15PM is gi despues de talo'åne (in the after noon).
I have heard many times people refer to the time around noon, in a general way, as still being talo'åne.
For example, when a person speaks in public and says,
"Man gaige hit på'go na talo'åne..." "We are gathered this mid-day..." and it doesn't have to be 12 noon on the dot.
I've heard people refer to the day as being talo'åne and it was 1 or 2PM, or even 11AM.
People will differ about this.
Talo' = the middle
Ha'åne = day
TALO' + ÅNE = "mid day"