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pangalan, alan, ngalan: n. name.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: pangalan, alan, ngalan English: name Edit
pangálan, ngálan: n. name
Tagalog: pangalan, pangngalan, ngalan English: name Edit
magpangalan; pangalán: v. name.
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Tagalog: magpangalan, pangalan English: name Edit
pangalan:
Tagalog: pangalan English: name Edit
pangalan: I'm sorry, I didn't catch your name?
Patawarin ko, ano ba ang pangalan mo ulit?
Tagalog: pangalan English: name Edit
pangalan, pamagat: Noun
Tagalog: pangalan, pamagat English: noun Edit
ngalan, tawag, pamagat, bansag: Hi Tincup! I'm using a Canon G11. Just a point and shoot camera that I can carry anyimte, anywhere. You should visit Asia someday. It's very diverse here culturally speaking. I'm currently uploading new sets of photos so I promise to attend to your comments in a while. Thank you for visiting Marilag's Journey If you have time, please like Marilag's Journey on Facebook as well. *Safe Travels!
Tagalog: ngalan, tawag, pamagat, bansag English: denomination Edit
kalán: stove
Tagalog: kalan English: stove Edit
kalan, apuyán: n. stove.
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Tagalog: kalan, apuyan English: stove Edit
kalan: range
Tagalog: kalan English: range Edit
gal: gal
Tagalog: gal English: Edit
wal: ang sakit naman non
Tagalog: wal English: wops Edit
kala: kala: braid (from Armando A.B. Regala www.geocities.com/Athens/Academy/4059/diction.html)
Tagalog: kala English: braid Edit
gala, gumala: Word: gala
Active Verb: gumala
English Definition: (verb) to wander about; to go about idly; to travel aimlessly
Examples: Gumala si Juan sa buong Maynila kahapon. (John wandered about the city of Manila yesterday.)
Source: http://www.seasite.niu.edu/Tagalog/
Tagalog: gala, gumala English: wander about, go about idly, travel aimlessly Edit
galâ, libót, palaboy: n. gadder.
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Tagalog: gala, libot, palaboy English: gadder Edit
lakad, pasyal, galà: n. walk.
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Tagalog: lakad, pasyal, gala English: walk Edit
y: wala lang
Tagalog: gala English: gale Edit
y: wala lang
Tagalog: gala English: gale Edit
hala: Word: hala!
English Definition: (intj.) a warning: if you do that, there will be consequences!
Source: http://www.seasite.niu.edu/Tagalog/
Tagalog: hala English: warning, there will be consequences! Edit
kauntî na, handâ na, hala: adv. agoing.
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Tagalog: kaunti na, handa na, hala English: agoing Edit
hala: shocked
Tagalog: hala English: oh no! Edit
walâ, sa labas: adv. away.
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Tagalog: wala, sa labas English: away Edit
walâ: adj. none.
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Tagalog: wala English: none Edit
walâ, walang anomang bagay: n. nothing.
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Tagalog: wala, walang anomang bagay English: nothing Edit
walâ: prep. without.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: wala English: without Edit
wala pa: nothing
Tagalog: wala English: nothing Edit
walâ: n. nought.
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Tagalog: wala English: nought Edit
wala: none
Tagalog: wala English: none Edit
wala: occupy
Tagalog: wala English: occupy Edit
wala: flack
Tagalog: wala English: flack Edit
hindî, walâ: adv. not.
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Tagalog: hindi, wala English: not Edit
walâ: n. naught.
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Tagalog: wala English: nothing Edit
zero, wala: uuuu
Tagalog: zero, wala English: uuuu Edit
walâ, dî kaharap, dî dumaló: adj. absent.
Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/20738
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Tagalog: wala, di kaharap, di dumalo English: absent Edit
wala: Word: bokya
English Definition: Tagalog slang for zero (score), failure
L2 Definition: (salitang balbal) wala, lagpak
Source: http://www.seasite.niu.edu/Tagalog/
Tagalog: wala English: walang gana Edit
wala: nothing
Tagalog: wala English: nothing Edit
hindî, walâ, hwag: hindi pa pwide kase
Tagalog: hindi, wala, hwag English: why Edit
walâ: Word: wala
Passive Verb: mawala
English Definition: (verb) to be lost or missing; to disappear
Source: http://www.seasite.niu.edu/Tagalog/
Tagalog: wala, mawala English: lost, missing, disappear Edit
hindî; walâ: hindi naman kita iiwan
Tagalog: hindi, wala English: Edit
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Tagalog: wala English: leave Edit
XmEeqniiykOuvsieLqC: structure and cross-language gaammrr rules) the more inaccurate the translations are bound to be so stick to basic sentences and then the more confident you get with spanish the better.. If you're really determined you could take notes and try to identify patterns´╗┐ in rules of the language!
Tagalog: wala English: none Edit
wala: There is nothing here.
Wala dito.
Tagalog: wala English: nothing Edit
wala: wala
Tagalog: wala English: none, nothing Edit
POIStleqbVOWjoMbgX: First of all my english is not bad, it's just that it's to basic.Can you sueggst any books to read? A book that has good use of language and words to expand my vocabulary.What did you do to make your english writing good? ThanksAny kind of story, as long as it's interesting. A short story is nice, i get bored when something is long.
Tagalog: ngale English: xrlxglnaugtokacixsh Edit
áli, ále: n. A respectful way of refering to a woman that is a stranger to the speaker.
ale: aunt; stepmother (from Armando A.B. Regala www.geocities.com/Athens/Academy/4059/diction.html)
Tagalog: ali, ale English: person, woman, stranger, aunt, stepmother Edit
ale, ali, tia: n. aunt.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: ale, ali, tia English: aunt Edit
matandang babae, impó, ali: n. crone.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: matandang babae, impo, ali English: crone Edit
ginang, ale: n. madam.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: ginang, ale English: madam Edit
ginang, ale: n. mrs..
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: ginang, ale English: mrs. Edit
ginang, ale, gining: So much info in so few words. Tosolty could learn a lot.
Tagalog: ginang, ale, gining English: lady Edit
esgrima: n. fencing.
from spanish escrimia: fencing
martial art focusing mainly on sword fight
Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/20738
Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: esgrima, eskrima, escrima, arnis, kali, pangamut, pekiti-tirsia English: fencing, martial art, martial, sword, sword fight, stick, stick fight Edit
eskrima, escrima, esgrima: Word: eskrima
also spelled: escrima, esgrima
Notes: Spanish: escrimia (fencing)
Martial art focusing mainly on sword fight
Source: http://www.seasite.niu.edu/Tagalog/
Tagalog: eskrima, escrima, esgrima, arnis, kali, pangamut, pekiti-tirsia English: fencing, martial art, martial, sword, sword fighting, stick, stick fighting Edit
kali: Word: Kali.
Martial Art mainly focusing on sword fighting. Etymology and meaning is uncertain.
possible meanings:
1. The name may have been derived from the hindu goddess Kali, who protected her people and destroyed all enemies.
2. The name could come from the old malay "kalis", blade.
3. According to Dan Inosanto the name may have been fromed out of the two words "KAmot" and "LIhot".
Tagalog: kali, eskrima, escrima, esgrima, arnis, pangamut, pekiti-tirsia English: fencing, martial art, martial, sword, sword fight, stick, stick fight Edit
arnis: Word: Arnis: from the spanish "harnes": harness, suit of armor.
Martial art focusing mainly on sword fight.
(geocities.com/Athens/Academy/4059/diction.html) submitted by Armando A.B. Regala
Tagalog: arnis, eskrima, escrima, esgrima, kali, pangamut, pekiti-tirsia English: kale Edit
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Tagalog: alo English: comfort, lullaby Edit
alò, himok; hibò dayà: That kind of thnnikig shows you're on top of your game
Tagalog: alo, himok, hibo daya English: allurement Edit
kalo: kalo: pulley (from Armando A.B. Regala www.geocities.com/Athens/Academy/4059/diction.html)
Tagalog: kalo English: pulley Edit
kalô; panghulma ng sombrero: n. block.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: kalo, panghulma ng sombrero English: block Edit
halò, lahók: n. admixture.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: halo, lahok English: admixture Edit
lahók, haló: n. alloy.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: lahok, halo English: alloy Edit
kathâ, akdâ, ulat; lahok, halò: n. composition.
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Tagalog: katha, akda, ulat, lahok, halo English: composition Edit
halò: n. jumble.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: halo English: jumble Edit
masa, halò, lahok: n. mash.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: masa, halo, lahok English: mash Edit
halò, lahok, bantô: n. mixture.
Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/20738
Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: halo, lahok, banto English: mixture Edit
galaw, kilos; halò, luglog; guló: n. stir.
Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/20738
Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: galaw, kilos, halo, luglog, gulo English: stir Edit
BjIPseZOYZseEzLr: I have the Collins Gem pocket size Irish dinciotary and the Hippocrene Practical Dictionary and Phrasebook. The second has pronunciation, which can be helpful.
Tagalog: halo English: tovgnuvmflk Edit
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Tagalog: halo, humalo English: mix, stir Edit
waló: eight
Tagalog: walo English: eight Edit
waló: adj. eight.
Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/20738
Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: walo English: eight Edit


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