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Tagalog: koxgqfrhjpl English: amo Edit
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Tagalog: anong pangalan mo English: mo Edit
bahò, amoy na masamâ: n. fetidness.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: baho, amoy na masama English: fetidness Edit
amóy: amoy: odor; scent; smell (from Armando A.B. Regala www.geocities.com/Athens/Academy/4059/diction.html)
Tagalog: amoy English: odor, scent, smell Edit
amoy, mangamoy, amuyin: Word: amoy
Active Verb: mangamoy
Passive Verb: amuyin
English Definition: 1) smell, odor; aroma, body odor; intensive smell; offensive smell (noun) 2) to smell something -- amuyin (verb) 3) to become smelly or odorous (verb)
Examples: 1) Amuyin mo nga ito. (Smell this.) 2) Mangamoy kaya ako pag kumain ako ng maraming bawang? (Will I become smelly if I eat lots of garlic?)
Source: http://www.seasite.niu.edu/Tagalog/
Tagalog: amoy, mangamoy, amuyin English: smell, odor, aroma, body odor, intensive smell, offensive smell, smell, become smelly, odorous Edit
amoy, bangó, salimuyak: n. odor.
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Tagalog: amoy, bango, salimuyak English: odor Edit
pangamoy; amóy: n. scent.
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Tagalog: pangamoy, amoy English: scent Edit
pangamoy; amoy: n. smell.
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Tagalog: pangamoy, amoy English: smell Edit
masama: masama: bad; evil; substitute for dewakan; wicked (from Armando A.B. Regala www.geocities.com/Athens/Academy/4059/diction.html)
Tagalog: masama English: bad, evil, substitute for dewakan, wicked Edit
masamâ, tampalasan: adj. arrant.
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Tagalog: masama, tampalasan English: arrant Edit
masamâ: adj. evil.
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Tagalog: masama English: evil Edit
balakyot, masamâ: adj. iniquitous.
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Tagalog: balakyot, masama English: iniquitous Edit
malikot, masamâ: adj. knavish.
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Tagalog: malikot, masama English: knavish Edit
masamâ: adj. maleficent.
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Tagalog: masama English: maleficent Edit
masamâ: adj. malign.
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Tagalog: masama English: malign Edit
masamâ: adj. & n. malignant.
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Tagalog: masama English: malignant Edit
masamâ, malikot: adj. mischievous.
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Tagalog: masama, malikot English: mischievous Edit
walang pananalig, walang pananampalataya, masamâ: n. miscreant.
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Tagalog: walang pananalig, walang pananampalataya, masama English: miscreant Edit
masamâ, nakahihiyâ: adj. nefarious.
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Tagalog: masama, nakahihiya English: nefarious Edit
balakyot, masamâ: adj. perverse.
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Tagalog: balakyot, masama English: perverse Edit
hamak, masamâ: n. reprobate.
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Tagalog: hamak, masama English: reprobate Edit
masamâ: n. scrub.
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Tagalog: masama English: scrub Edit
hindî banal, masamâ: adj. unjust.
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Tagalog: hindi banal, masama English: unjust Edit
hindî banal, makasalanan, masamâ: adj. unrighteous.
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Tagalog: hindi banal, makasalanan, masama English: unrighteous Edit
masamâ, balakyot: adj. wicked.
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Tagalog: masama, balakyot English: wicked Edit
likô, lisyâ, masamâ: adv. wrongful.
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Tagalog: liko, lisya, masama English: wrongful Edit
sirâ, hamak, masamâ, bulok: adj. corrupt.
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Tagalog: sira, hamak, masama, bulok English: corrupt Edit
masama: bad
Tagalog: masama English: bad Edit
masama, humipo: hapuin
Tagalog: masama, humipo English: hapuin Edit
masama: devil
Tagalog: masama English: devil Edit
hamak, dukhâ, masamâ: adj. mean.
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Tagalog: hamak, dukha, masama English: epiphany Edit
masamâ, malikot, makarás: naughty
Tagalog: masama, malikot, makaras English: naughty Edit
epal, masama, ang sama: mean
Tagalog: epal, masama, ang sama English: mean Edit
masama: Evil
Foul
Adverse
Tagalog: masama English: wicked Edit
na; hal. "malaon na.": adv. ago.
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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
ma-, ma: Word: ma-
English Definition: (affixagalo) indicates the possessor of a quality
L2 Definition: MA-- derivatives occasionally occur with absolute instead of conjunctive complements
Source: http://www.seasite.niu.edu/Tagalog/
Tagalog: ma-, ma English: Edit
ma: sa kadahilanang namatay po ang kanyang ama. buti nga hahaha
Tagalog: ma English: ma Edit
sama: with, together
Tagalog: sama English: with, together Edit
sama: sama: evil; hard feeling; wickedness (from Armando A.B. Regala www.geocities.com/Athens/Academy/4059/diction.html)
Tagalog: sama English: evil, hard feeling, wickedness Edit
sama, sumama: Word: sama
Active Verb: sumama
English Definition: (verb) to become bad; to become ill
Examples: Sumama ang pakiramdam ni Ana kaninang umaga. (Ana became ill this morning.)
Source: http://www.seasite.niu.edu/Tagalog/
Tagalog: sama, sumama English: bad, ill Edit
sama, magsama, isama: Word: sama
Active Verb: magsama
Passive Verb: isama
English Definition: (verb) to take along
Examples: 1) Magsama ka ng kaibigan mo sa kainan mamayang gabi. (You bring along some of your friends for dinner tonight.) 2) Isama mo si Sheila papuntang Berkeley. (Bring along Sheila on your way to Berkeley.)
Source: http://www.seasite.niu.edu/Tagalog/
Tagalog: sama, magsama, isama English: take along Edit
kasamaan, samâ: n. badness.
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Tagalog: kasamaan, sama English: badness Edit
kasamaan, samâ: n. evil.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: kasamaan, sama English: evil Edit
samâ, kasamaan: n. malignity.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: sama, kasamaan English: malignity 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
sama, pagsasama, lakip: 1. n. inclusion; incorporation 2. something enclosed; enclosure
Tagalog: sama, pagsasama, lakip English: inclusion Edit
páta: Hey, that's the grteaest! So with ll this brain power AWHFY?
Tagalog: sama English: pig feet, pig knuckles Edit
samâ, likót: Hi, I wanted to ask, With the Lenses that you use on the end of the procejtor. I was reading somewhere that using the ones from the Real D 3D glasses can burn from the high heat that the bulb gives out. Have you had any problems like this? Thanks in advance.
Tagalog: sama, likot English: mischief Edit
sama, sumam: Word: sama
Active Verb: sumama
English Definition: (verb) to go with; to join the company
Examples: Sumama tayo papuntang palengke kina Sheila at Rhoda. (Let us join Sheila and Rhoda on the way to the market.)
Source: http://www.seasite.niu.edu/Tagalog/
Tagalog: sama, sumam English: same Edit
sama: I work with computers.
Magtatrabaho kasama mga computers ako.
Tagalog: sama English: with Edit
ba: ba
Tagalog: ba English: ba Edit
ba: are
Tagalog: ba English: are Edit
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Tagalog: ba English: f2dl4myoz Edit
pa: Word: pa
English Definition: (adv) more; yet; still
Notes: expresses the immaturity or continuance of a situation and stands in contrast with NA, as MABUTI PA, better yet; BASA PA ANG DAMIT, the clothes are still wet.
Source: http://www.seasite.niu.edu/Tagalog/
Tagalog: pa English: more, yet, still Edit
pa: Expresses a lack of a recient change. Contrast with na.
Or "again" as in Minsan Pa (once again)
Tagalog: pa English: still, again Edit
iba, pa, sakâ: pron. else.
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Tagalog: iba, pa, saka English: else Edit
sakâ; pa: adv. plus.
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Tagalog: saka, pa English: plus Edit
pa, gayon man: adv. still.
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Tagalog: pa, gayon man English: still Edit
sakâ, pa: adv. yet.
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Tagalog: saka, pa English: yet Edit
pa: Word: pa
English Definition: (affix) affix for verbs meaning 'to cause, get or allow someone to do what the root word indicates'
Source: http://www.seasite.niu.edu/Tagalog/
Tagalog: pa English: cause, get, allow Edit
pa: yet
Tagalog: pa English: yet Edit
kaysa, pa: Looks to me those are Mafia Wars or other FB game profile hehe.I rbeemmer one SEO friend who uses pictures of porn stars (yes, PORN stars lol) in their profiles to get lots of FB game users like farmville, mafia etc. They'd reach thousands, especially Mafia mass adds.So then they can spam their wall and since the user has sexy pictures, their friends will go right in and click them. Adds about 100 clicks in traffic. It's free and best of all, the SEO can play his favorite FB game.
Tagalog: kaysa, pa English: than Edit
pa: Are you still here?
Nandito ka pa?
Tagalog: pa English: still Edit


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