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harì: n. king.
from old malay: hari meaning sun
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Tagalog: hari, raja, rajah, raha English: king Edit
datu: chief; old term for chief of village/town
(from Armando A.B. Regala http://geocities.com/Athens/Academy/4059/diction.html)
Tagalog: datu English: chief, sovereign, king, emperor, emperess Edit
rajah: n. king. from old- malay rajah meaning sovereign, mighty or king.
One of the preamble people over-standing the law on the land having full rights and immunities retained being exempt from prosecution as an individual. Sovran is the lawful title of a sovereign in English and Russian replacing the lower citizen title of mister/Mr. The only laws the sovereigns are under are the natural law called the Law of Nations. All the people of the world are sovereigns, as children of Yah / Yahweh. All other named gods are lower than Yah / Yahweh.
Tagalog: hari, raja, rajah, raha English: king, sovereign, sovran, emperor, chief Edit
harì: n. sovereign, sovran, emperor, empress
One of the preamble people, as an elector over-standing the law upon the free land having full rights and immunities claimed, and retained being exempt from prosecution as an individual. Sovran is the lawful title of a sovereign in English and Russian languages. The only laws the sovereigns are under are the Law of Nations, also called Principles of the Law of Nature. All the people of the world are sovereigns, as children of the creator God of the ancient Israelites' Yahweh. All other named deities are lower than Yahweh, including Allah.
from old malay: hari, meaning sun
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Tagalog: hari, raja, rajah, raha English: sovereign, sovran, king, queen, prince, princess, chief, elector Edit
sayá, galak, kasayahan, kagalakan: n. hilarity.
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Tagalog: saya, galak, kasayahan, kagalakan English: hilarity Edit
sayá, kasayahán, galak, kagalakan: n. exhilaration.
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Tagalog: saya, kasayahan, galak, kagalakan English: exhilaration Edit
galák, kagalakán: n. joy.
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Tagalog: galak, kagalakan English: joy Edit
galak, kagalakan, twâ, katwaan, kasayahan: n. rejoicing.
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Tagalog: galak, kagalakan, twa, katwaan, kasayahan English: rejoicing Edit
galak, kagalakan: n. overjoy.
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Tagalog: galak, kagalakan English: overjoy Edit
sayá, twâ, galák, kasayahan, katwaan, kagalakan: Yup, that shloud defo do the trick!
Tagalog: saya, twa, galak, kasayahan, katwaan, kagalakan English: mirth Edit
sayá, galak; kasayahan, kagalakan: jolliness
Tagalog: saya, galak, kasayahan, kagalakan English: jolliness Edit
kagalakan: n. jubilation.
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Tagalog: kagalakan English: jubilation Edit
saya, lugod, ligayà, twâ, kagalakan: Mal7nera,I̵i;m amazed that your level of competition wins has not garnered you an agent! I would not give up. Took me 72 queries to land one. Sometimes it’s pure timing. You might look at your query letter as well as research the agents more to find ones more in tune with your genre. There are many inspirational publishers out there, though I admit many of them require an agent. Keep at it. My guess is you’re on the cusp of landing one.
Tagalog: saya, lugod, ligaya, twa, kagalakan English: delight Edit
malakí: big, large
Tagalog: malaki English: big, large Edit
malaki: adj. big.
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Tagalog: malaki English: big Edit
makapal, malaki, mabigat: adj. bulky.
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Tagalog: makapal, malaki, mabigat English: bulky Edit
dakilà, malakí: adj. great.
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Tagalog: dakila, malaki English: great Edit
malakí: adj. huge.
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Tagalog: malaki English: huge Edit
malawak, malakí: adj. immense.
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Tagalog: malawak, malaki English: immense Edit
malake: adj. large.
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Tagalog: malake English: large Edit
dakilà, sakdal, malakí: adj. majestic.
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Tagalog: dakila, sakdal, malaki English: majestic Edit
malakí, malakás: adj. stalwart; stalworth.
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Tagalog: malaki, malakas English: stalwart, stalworth Edit
nakaumbok, malakí: adj. strapping.
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Tagalog: nakaumbok, malaki English: strapping Edit
malaki: adj. swinging.
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Tagalog: malaki English: swinging Edit
malakí, malawak, malawig: adj. vast.
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Tagalog: malaki, malawak, malawig English: vast Edit
may maraming bahagi; malaké: adj. voluminous.
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Tagalog: may maraming bahagi, malake English: voluminous Edit
malaki, dambuhala, denyse: massive
Tagalog: malaki, dambuhala, denyse English: massive Edit
alakán: n. alembic.
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Tagalog: alakan English: alembic Edit
alakán, gáwaan ng alak: n. distillery.
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Tagalog: alakan, gawaan ng alak English: distillery Edit
alakán, gáwaan ng alak: n. still.
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Tagalog: alakan, gawaan ng alak English: still Edit
lakí: n. size, bigness
grow up and in "laking hirap", "someone who grew up poor"
Tagalog: laki English: size, grow, grow up Edit
lawak, lakí: n. area.
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Tagalog: lawak, laki English: area Edit
lakí, kapal: n. bulk.
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Tagalog: laki, kapal English: bulk Edit
lakí: n. extent.
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Tagalog: laki English: extent Edit
sukat; lakí, habà at lapad: n. dimension.
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Tagalog: sukat, laki, haba at lapad English: dimension Edit
laké, kalakhan: n. largeness.
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Tagalog: lake, kalakhan English: largeness Edit
lakí, kalakihán: n. magnitude.
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Tagalog: laki, kalakihan English: magnitude Edit
lakí, anyô: n. size.
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Tagalog: laki, anyo English: size Edit
galak, ikagalak: Word: galak
Passive Verb: ikagalak
English Definition: (verb) to be pleased, to be happy about
Examples: Ikagalak mo ang pagkapanalo ni Erap sa eleksyon. (You should be happy about Erap's winning in the election.)
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Tagalog: galak, ikagalak English: pleased, happy about Edit
sayá, galak: n. heyday.
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Tagalog: saya, galak English: heyday Edit
galák, masayá: adj. gleeful.
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Tagalog: galak, masaya English: gleeful Edit
sayá, twâ, galak: n. glee.
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Tagalog: saya, twa, galak English: glee Edit
masayá, twâ, galák: adj. glad.
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Tagalog: masaya, twa, galak English: glad Edit
masayâ, galák: adj. fain.
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Tagalog: masaya, galak English: fain Edit
galak, dî masayod na kasayahan: n. exultation.
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Tagalog: galak, di masayod na kasayahan English: exultation Edit
twâ, galak; taglay, tamó, kamít: n. enjoyment.
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Tagalog: twa, galak, taglay, tamo, kamit English: enjoyment Edit
galak, masayá, twâ: adj. ecstatic.
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Tagalog: galak, masaya, twa English: ecstatic Edit
galak, sayá, twâ: n. ecstasy.
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Tagalog: galak, saya, twa English: ecstasy Edit
kasiyahan ng loob, sayá, galak, twâ, kaluguran, lugod: n. content.
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Tagalog: kasiyahan ng loob, saya, galak, twa, kaluguran, lugod English: content Edit
masayá, twâ, galak: adj. jaunty.
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Tagalog: masaya, twa, galak English: jaunty Edit
masayá, galák, mapagpatawá: adj. jocose.
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Tagalog: masaya, galak, mapagpatawa English: jocose Edit
masayá, galák: adj. jolly.
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Tagalog: masaya, galak English: jolly Edit
galák, masayá: adj. joyous; joyful.
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Tagalog: galak, masaya English: joyous, joyful Edit
sayá, galák: n. joyfulness.
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Tagalog: saya, galak English: joyfulness Edit
masayá, twâ, galak: adj. merry.
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Tagalog: masaya, twa, galak English: merry Edit
masayá, twâ, galák: adj. mirthful.
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Tagalog: masaya, twa, galak English: mirthful Edit
masayá, galak, twâ, nasisiyahangloob, galak, lugod: Now we know who the seinbsle one is here. Great post!
Tagalog: masaya, galak, twa, nasisiyahangloob, galak, lugod English: content Edit
álak: alcohol, liquor, wine
Tagalog: alak English: alcohol, liquor, wine Edit
alak, ponche: n. grog.
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Tagalog: alak, ponche English: grog Edit
alak: n. liquor.
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Tagalog: alak English: liquor Edit
alak: n. rum.
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Tagalog: alak English: rum Edit
alak: n. tipple.
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Tagalog: alak English: tipple Edit
alak: n. wine.
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Tagalog: alak English: wine Edit
laka, isang klase ng; barnis: n. lacker.
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Tagalog: laka, isang klase ng, barnis English: lacker Edit
laka: n. lacquer.
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Tagalog: laka English: lacquer Edit
lako, maglako, ilako: Word: lako
Active Verb: maglako
Passive Verb: ilako
English Definition: (verb) to peddle
Examples: 1) Maglako ka naman ng paninda ko. (Will you please help me peddle my goods.) 2) Ilako mo ang paninda ko. (Peddle my goods.)
Source: http://www.seasite.niu.edu/Tagalog/
Tagalog: lako, maglako, ilako English: peddle Edit
lakan: lakan: a noble in ancient kapampangan society (from Armando A.B. Regala www.geocities.com/Athens/Academy/4059/diction.html)
Tagalog: lakan English: a noble in ancient kapampangan society Edit
lakan: lord
Tagalog: lakan English: lord Edit
lakan: v. invade.
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Tagalog: lakan English: vade Edit


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