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sira, manira, sirain: Word: sira
Active Verb: manira
Passive Verb: sirain
English Definition: (verb) to destroy; to break; to rip; to tear
Examples: 1) Hindi ako mahilig manira ng gamit ng iba. (I am not fond of breaking other people's things.) 2) Ayaw kong sirain ang ating magandang pagsasama. (I don't want to destroy our good friendship.)
Source: http://www.seasite.niu.edu/Tagalog/
Tagalog: sira, manira, sirain English: destroy, break, rip, tear Edit
sirain: sirain: break (from Armando A.B. Regala www.geocities.com/Athens/Academy/4059/diction.html)
Tagalog: sirain English: break Edit
lantahin, sirain: v. blight.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: lantahin, sirain English: blight Edit
sumirà, bumasag, sirain, basagin, lumagot, lagutin: v. break.
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Tagalog: sumira, bumasag, sirain, basagin, lumagot, lagutin English: break Edit
sumirà; sirain: v. dilapidate.
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Tagalog: sumira, sirain English: dilapidate Edit
sakmalin, lamunin; sirain, iwasak: v. devour.
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Tagalog: sakmalin, lamunin, sirain, iwasak English: devour Edit
iwasak, iguhô, sirain, lipulin, loobán, lusubin: v. devastate.
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Tagalog: iwasak, iguho, sirain, lipulin, looban, lusubin English: devastate Edit
magwasak, wasakin, gumibâ, gibâin, sumirà, sirain: v. destroy.
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Tagalog: magwasak, wasakin, gumiba, gibain, sumira, sirain English: destroy Edit
wasakín, sirain, gibain: v. demolish.
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Tagalog: wasakin, sirain, gibain English: demolish Edit
kaskasin, sirain; dungisan, papangitin: v. deface.
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Tagalog: kaskasin, sirain, dungisan, papangitin English: deface Edit
siraín, bubúlukin: adj. corruptible.
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Tagalog: sirain, bubulukin English: corruptible Edit
siraín, kálawangin: adj. corrosive.
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Tagalog: sirain, kalawangin English: corrosive Edit
guluhín, sirain: v. overthrow.
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Tagalog: guluhin, sirain English: overthrow Edit
mangagaw, manamsam; sirain: v. spoil.
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Tagalog: mangagaw, manamsam, sirain English: spoil Edit
sirain, iguhô, iwasak: v. subvert.
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Tagalog: sirain, iguho, iwasak English: subvert Edit
sirain: v. vitiate.
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Tagalog: sirain English: vitiate Edit
sayangin, iwasak, sirain: v. waste.
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Tagalog: sayangin, iwasak, sirain English: waste Edit
sirain, wasakin: destroy
Tagalog: sirain, wasakin English: destroy Edit
sirain: SIRAIN ANG KONTRATA - BREACH OF CONTRACT
Tagalog: sirain English: breach Edit
sirain: breach
Tagalog: sirain English: breach Edit
sirain, babuyin puwit: isang pag sira ng bagay
Tagalog: sirain, babuyin puwit English: destroy Edit
sirâin: adj. damageable.
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Tagalog: sirain English: damageable Edit
sirain: destroy
Tagalog: sirain English: destroy Edit
sirain: tumupad
Tagalog: sirain English: tumupad Edit
pasamâin, sirain: v. deteriorate.
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Tagalog: pasamain, sirain English: deteriorate Edit
sira: n. tear, defect
Tagalog: sira English: tear, defect Edit
seda: seda: silk (from Armando A.B. Regala www.geocities.com/Athens/Academy/4059/diction.html)
Tagalog: seda English: silk Edit
sirâ; biglâ: a. abrupt.
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Tagalog: sira, bigla English: abrupt Edit
maantá, sirâ: adj. fulsome.
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Tagalog: maanta, sira English: fulsome Edit
sirà, kasiraan: n. disruption.
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Tagalog: sira, kasiraan English: disruption Edit
sirà, kasiraan: n. damage.
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Tagalog: sira, kasiraan English: damage Edit
kapahamakán, kasiraan, sirà, huhô: n. perdition.
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Tagalog: kapahamakan, kasiraan, sira, huho English: perdition Edit
bulók, sirâ: adj. putrid.
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Tagalog: bulok, sira English: putrid Edit
kabulukan, sirà: n. rot.
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Tagalog: kabulukan, sira English: rot Edit
kabulukan, sirà: n. rottenness.
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Tagalog: kabulukan, sira English: rottenness Edit
pagkakásirâ; basag, sirà, wasák, gahì: n. rupture.
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Tagalog: pagkakasira, basag, sira, wasak, gahi English: rupture Edit
seda, sutlâ: n. silk.
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Tagalog: seda, sutla English: silk Edit
sirâ, bulok: adj. depraved.
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Tagalog: sira, bulok English: depraved Edit
si-rà, pin-salà, sa-mâ, hi-nà, kapansanan:
vt. to impair, to weaken, sirà-in, ipinsalà, ipasamâ, ipahinà
passive v. nasirà, napinsalà, napasamâ, huminà
adj. impaired, weakened, napinsalà, napasamâ, huminà
n. impairment, handicap, kapansanan, kapinsala-an, kasira-an, kahina-an
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Tagalog: sira, pinsala, sama, hina, kapansanan English: impair, impaired, weaken, impairment, handicap Edit
sirâ, hamak, masamâ, bulok: adj. corrupt.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: sira, hamak, masama, bulok English: corrupt Edit
sakít, sirà: n. hurt.
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Tagalog: sakit, sira English: hurt Edit
kapinsalaan, sirà: n. prejudice.
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Tagalog: kapinsalaan, sira English: prejudices Edit
sira, sumira: Word: sira
Active Verb: sumira
English Definition: (verb) to destroy; to break; to rip; to tear
Examples: Ikaw ba ang sumira sa aking damit? (Are you the one who ripped my clothes
Tagalog: sira, sumira English: destroy, break, rip, tear Edit
sira: Suited as in:
" hindi bagay sa iyo" meaning "it doesnt suit you".
Tagalog: sira English: Edit
sira, nasira: was destroyed
Tagalog: sira, nasira English: wreck Edit
sir: hiram na salita karaniwang ginagamit sa tagalog
Tagalog: sir English: sir Edit
sero: n. zero.
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Tagalog: sero English: zero Edit
zero, wala: uuuu
Tagalog: zero, wala English: uuuu Edit
bisà, sidhî, bagsik: n. efficacy.
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Tagalog: bisa, sidhi, bagsik English: efficacy Edit
sidhî: strength, intensity
Tagalog: sidhi English: strength, intensity Edit
nápaka-; man, rin, rin naman: adv. too.
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Tagalog: napaka, napaka-, man, rin, rin naman English: too Edit
rin, naman, gayon din: adv. likewise.
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Tagalog: rin, naman, gayon din English: likewise Edit
rin, sarili: adj. self.
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Tagalog: rin, sarili English: self Edit
din: too
Tagalog: din English: too Edit
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Tagalog: den English: vmrzzbvltufu Edit
raha: Word: raha
English Definition: (noun) rajah
Source: http://www.seasite.niu.edu/Tagalog/
Tagalog: raha English: rajah Edit
harì: n. king.
from old malay: hari meaning sun
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Tagalog: hari, raja, rajah, raha English: king 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
di: no, not; short for hindi
Tagalog: di English: no, not Edit


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