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anán, an-an: white spots on skin
can be from using chalk markers and left on skin unwashed can cause flakey skin than turns skin whiter than other unaffected skin.
Tagalog: anan, an-an English: spots Edit
gumapas, umani: v. harvest.
Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/20738
Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: gumapas, umani English: harvest Edit
umani, gumapas: v. crop.
Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/20738
Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: umani, gumapas English: crop Edit
gumapas, umani: v. mow.
Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/20738
Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: gumapas, umani English: mow Edit
umani, gumapas: v. reap.
Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/20738
Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: umani, gumapas English: reap Edit
umano: supposedly
Tagalog: umano English: supposedly Edit
an: anallogy
Tagalog: an English: anallogy Edit
áni: harvest, crop
Tagalog: ani English: harvest, crop Edit
ani, mag-ani, anihin: Word: ani
Active Verb: mag-ani
Passive Verb: anihin
English Definition: 1) harvest (noun) 2) to harvest, to reap (verb)
Examples: 1) Mas marami silang ani ngayong taon. (They had more harvest this year.) 2) Umani kami ng palay. (We harvested rice.)
Source: http://www.seasite.niu.edu/Tagalog/
Tagalog: ani, mag-ani, anihin English: harvest, reap Edit
balunbalunan; ani, inani, ginapas: n. crop.
Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/20738
Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: balunbalunan, ani, inani, ginapas English: crop Edit
sáka, sakahán, magsasaká, áni:
n. produce (of the land), harvest, crop, saka, áni
n. farm, farmland, sakahán
n. farmer, magsasaká
n. farming, pagsasaká
v. to farm, isáka
LA County MLS 2008
Tagalog: saka, sakahan, magsasaka, ani English: farm, farmland, farmer, harvest Edit
ani, pag-aani: Aaah and I was looking fowrard to an end-of-the-world long weekend. I was going to call in sick on account of this being the last day ever. My house is a mess because I didn't want to clean up if it was all going to Hell in a handbag anyway. Now my weekend will be spent cleaning So much for living in the NOW. Anyway, in all seriousness, (to those who are afraid, unsure or in doubt) even if the world ends, it will not be the end of us (anyone and anything with a soul). The soul is pure energy and a part of God. It cannot be created or destroyed. It always was and it always will be. That is why the Bible states that God will never give you a cross too difficult to bear. So whatever life throws at you, you are able to overcome it. Because within us all is an indestructible soul and source of strength and light that can never be lost or broken and will always find its way back to the source. So you are never alone and there is no chosen few . We are all chosen by God. Even if we don't choose Him back, just like a parent will not give up on a child, so He will never give up on anyone.
Tagalog: ani, pag-aani English: ingathering Edit
ano: int. eh.
Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/20738
Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: ano English: eh Edit
ano: what
Tagalog: ano English: what Edit
VtgTGuRoNnJb: Walking in the presence of gatnis here. Cool thinking all around!
Tagalog: ano English: ilbzjxkpadunivlswjf Edit
hindî, dî: what
Tagalog: ano English: what Edit
ano; ang: Agree
Tagalog: ano, ang muong\ English: what is muong Edit
ano: what
Tagalog: ano English: what Edit
pananalitâ: n. speaking.
Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/20738
Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: ano English: speaking Edit
a: a
Tagalog: a English: a Edit
mqN2A8hU: That saves me. Thanks for being so selnebsi!
Tagalog: a English: it is a Edit
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Tagalog: a English: sudden recollection Edit
fJmyWR5rudJW: Yes, I often don’t think I’m good enough…but I think YOU are. I think that’s what we do; we think the person next to us is good enough, the person behind the blog we read, the pen0cr̷s;eto. You get the idea. How we get out of this cycle is the question at hand.By the way, I’m looking forward to reading your book! I’m shopping my first novel at the moment myself.
Tagalog: a English: xxx walpapar Edit
MeM3f67IJ: Hey, good to find soomene who agrees with me. GMTA.
Tagalog: a English: adasda Edit
na; hal. "malaon na.": adv. ago.
Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/20738
Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: na, hal. "malaon na." English: ago Edit
na: Expresses a recent change. Contrast with pa.
Tagalog: na English: now, already Edit
na: Word: na
English Definition: (lig) connects modifier and word modified. Takes the form --NG when the word it follows ends in a vowel sound, as MABAIT NA BATA or BATANG MABAIT, good child.
Source: http://www.seasite.niu.edu/Tagalog/
Tagalog: na English: that, of Edit
nauukol sa mga kilos ó pagdiriwan na sang-ayon sa kautusan, palatuntunan ó kaugalian ng gayo't gayong simbahan ó kapanaligan,: adj. ceremonial.
Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/20738
Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: nauukol sa mga kilos o pagdiriwan na sang-ayon sa kautusan, palatuntunan o kaugalian ng gayo't gayong simbahan o kapanaligan, na English: ceremonial Edit
buang: linkers. They link parts of a sentence together such as linking the adjectives to nouns.
Tagalog: -ng, ng, -g, g, na English: that, of Edit
matigas,makunat: firm, hard, tough, tenacious
Tagalog: na English: firm, hard, tough, tenacious Edit
pantig la, na, ga: SALITANG NAGSISIMULA SA NA
Tagalog: pantig la, na, ga English: Edit
mo: The ng version of the second person singular pronoun.
Tagalog: mo English: you, your Edit
iyo, mo: pron. thy.
Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/20738
Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: iyo, mo English: thy Edit
iyo, inyo, mo, ninyo: your, yours
Tagalog: iyo, inyo, mo, ninyo English: your, yours Edit
mo: pwede
Tagalog: mo English: pwede Edit
iyo, mo: pron. thee.
Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/20738
Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: iyo, mo English: thee Edit
ctaaD5GERn: I have a giant dictionary from boerfe I was born....a long time ago. I remember looking through all the color plates at flags and other pictures. I just love it but it is falling apart.
Tagalog: mo English: you Edit


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