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anak, manganak, ipanganak: Word: anak
Active Verb: manganak
Passive Verb: ipanganak
English Definition: 1) child, son/daughter, offspring (noun) 2) to be born (verb) 3) to give birth
Examples: 1) Si Maria ay bumalik agad sa trabaho tatlong araw pagkatapos niyang manganak. (Maria returned to work three days after she gave birth.) 2) Ipinanganak na bulag ang bata. (The child was born blind.) 3) Anong araw mo gustong ipanganak ang bata? (Whahaha, meron bang ganun?)
Source: http://www.seasite.niu.edu/Tagalog/
Tagalog: anak, manganak, ipanganak English: child, son, born, give birth Edit
ipanganak: Word: ipanganak
English Definition: (verb) to be born
Examples: Kailan mo gustong ipanganak ang iyong panganay? (When do you your firstborn to be born?)
Source: http://www.seasite.niu.edu/Tagalog/
Tagalog: ipanganak English: born Edit
panganak: panganak: born (from Armando A.B. Regala www.geocities.com/Athens/Academy/4059/diction.html)
Tagalog: panganak English: born Edit
anak, supling: offspring: anak/supling
Source: DILA http://maxpages.com/defender (Thanks to Ernie Turla, Danny Gil, J Reyes, C Sundita)
Tagalog: anak, supling English: offspring Edit
batà; anák: n. child.
Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/20738
Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: bata, anak English: child Edit
Ának, angkan: n. parentage.
Source: http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/20738
Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: anak, angkan English: parentage Edit
ihó: n. used when talking in a familiar manner to a male person much younger than oneselve. Derived from the spanish "hijo", son. See also: iha
Tagalog: iho, totoy, pog'i`, anak English: son, child Edit
anak: n. from old-malay: anak, meaning child. In Tagalog refers to one's child, son or daughter, or is used as a term of endearment to young child.
Tagalog: anak English: child, son, daughter Edit
ihá: n. used when talking in a familiar manner to a female person much younger than one's self. Derived from the Spanish "hija", daughter. See also: iho
Tagalog: iha, anak, binibini English: daughter, child Edit

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