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daíng: complaint, moan, lamentation
Tagalog: daing English: complaint, moan, lamentation Edit
daing: daing: dried fish (from Armando A.B. Regala www.geocities.com/Athens/Academy/4059/diction.html)
Tagalog: daing English: dried fish Edit
daing, dumaing: Word: daing
Active Verb: dumaing
English Definition: 1) complaint (noun) 2) to complain, to moan (verb)
Examples: 1) May daing siya tungkol sa kanyang trabaho. (He has a complaint about his job.) 2) Dumaing siya sa doktor dahil sa sakit ng kanyang tiyan. (He complained to the doctor about his stomachache.)
Source: http://www.seasite.niu.edu/Tagalog/
Tagalog: daing, dumaing English: complaint, complain, moan Edit
daing, pag-aamò-amò, luhóg: n. catcall.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: daing, pag-aamo-amo, luhog English: catcall Edit
daing, hibík: n. groaning.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: daing, hibik English: groaning Edit
daing, hibik: n. groan.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: daing, hibik English: groan Edit
hapis, hambal, lumbay, hinagpis, daing: n. grievance.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: hapis, hambal, lumbay, hinagpis, daing English: grievance Edit
panaghoy, daíng, hibík: n. lamentation.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: panaghoy, daing, hibik English: lamentation Edit
panaghoy, hibík, daing: n. moan.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: panaghoy, hibik, daing English: moan Edit
daíng, hibík: n. plaint.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: daing, hibik English: plaint Edit
hibik, daíng: n. puling.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: hibik, daing English: puling Edit
panaghoy, daing, hibik: n. wailing.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: panaghoy, daing, hibik English: wailing Edit
daing, panaghoy: n. whine.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: daing, panaghoy English: whine Edit
daing, damdam, himutok: n. complaint.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: daing, damdam, himutok English: complaint Edit
panaghoy, daing, hibik: n. wail.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: panaghoy, daing, hibik English: wail Edit
daíng, hibík, ingít, buntong hininga: hindi n huuhinga
Tagalog: daing, hibik, ingit, buntong hininga English: sob Edit
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Tagalog: daing, panaghoy English: dole Edit
rae: Rae of sun shine
Tagalog: rae English: Edit
rae: Rae of sun shine
Tagalog: rae English: Edit
nápaka-; man, rin, rin naman: adv. too.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: napaka, napaka-, man, rin, rin naman English: too Edit
rin, naman, gayon din: adv. likewise.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: rin, naman, gayon din English: likewise Edit
rin, sarili: adj. self.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: rin, sarili English: self Edit
din: too
Tagalog: din English: too Edit
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Tagalog: den English: vmrzzbvltufu Edit
dagâ: daga: rat (from Armando A.B. Regala www.geocities.com/Athens/Academy/4059/diction.html)
Tagalog: daga English: rat Edit
daga: Word: daga
English Definition: (noun) rat, mouse Tagalog slang for nervousness
L2 Definition: (salitang balbal) kaba
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Tagalog: daga English: rat, mouse, nervousness Edit
dagâ: n. mouse.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: daga English: mouse Edit
dagâ: n. rat.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: daga English: rat Edit
benté-nuwebé, balìsong: Word: bente-nuwebe: from the spanish veintinueve, twenty-nine. The number refers to the average length of the weapon in centimeters when folded out. Also known as balisong. Derived from the Tagalog: balì, broken and sungay: horn.
Weapon originally invented in the province Batangas. The scabbard is either made out of metal or horn and alongside split into two equal halfs, the blade placed in the center. Through folding, the knife will be revealed. During the american occupation the knife became famous outside of the philippines as fan knife or butterfly knife.
Tagalog: bente-nuwebe, balisong, sandata, kutsilyo, daga English: fan knife, butterfly knife, twenty-nine, weapon Edit
dágá: n. dagger
from spanish daga, meaning dagger
Tagalog: daga, kutsilyo, sandata English: dagger, knife, weapon Edit
balìsong: Word: balisong, a butterfly or fan knife
from the Tagalog: balì, broken and sungay: horn. Also known as bente- nuwebe, from the spanish veintinueve, twenty-nine. The 29 refers to the average length of the weapon in centimeters when folded out.
The weapon was originally invented in the province Batangas. The scabbard is either made out of metal or horn and alongside split into two equal halfs, the blade placed in the center. Through folding, the knife will be revealed. During the american occupation the knife became famous outside of the philippines as fan knife or butterfly knife.
Tagalog: balisong, bente-nuwebe, kutsilyo, daga, sandata English: fan knife, butterfly knife, weapon, knife Edit
kris, keris: n. a certain kind of blade shape.
Kris are forged double edged bladed weapons, used in the Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia. Normally created as swords or knifes. Even though they come in various shapes and sizes, all kris have a wavy blade. Their unique shape allows the holder to more easily accelerate the weapons when it is inside the enemy's body. Thus cuts are more facile to be performed.
Tagalog: kris, keris, sandata, espada, daga, kutsilyo English: sword, short sword, dagger, weapon Edit
dagu: No blood between us.
Walang dagu sa gitna sa namin.
Tagalog: dagu English: blood 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
Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/20738
Originally published in 1915.
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
Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/20738
Originally published in 1915.
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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