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ámò, maámò: tame, docile, obedient, friendly, meek
Tagalog: amo, maamo English: tame, docile, obedient, friendly, meek Edit
maamò: adj. cade.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: maamo English: cade Edit
maamò, magandang loob: adj. dovelike.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: maamo, magandang loob English: dovelike Edit
nauukol sa sariling buhay, kasamasama, matalik; maamò: adj. domestic.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: nauukol sa sariling buhay, kasamasama, matalik, maamo English: domestic Edit
dî nakasasakít, maamò: adj. inoffensive.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: di nakasasakit, maamo English: inoffensive Edit
maamò, mababang loob: adj. meek.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: maamo, mababang loob English: meek Edit
maamò, ámak: adj. tame.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: maamo, amak English: tame Edit
marunong makiharap, magandang loob, maamò: adj. tractable.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: marunong makiharap, magandang loob, maamo English: tractable Edit
amo: amo: boss; master; supervisor (from Armando A.B. Regala www.geocities.com/Athens/Academy/4059/diction.html)
Tagalog: amo English: boss, master, supervisor Edit
pakò; kakubàan; amo, panginoon: n. boss.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: pako, kakubaan, amo, panginoon English: boss Edit
panginoon, amo, apò: n. master.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: panginoon, amo, apo English: master Edit
amo, mag-amo, umamo, amuin: Word: amo
Active Verb: mag-amo; umamo
Passive Verb: amuin
English Definition: 1) boss, master, employer, manager (noun) 2) tame, not wild (adj) 3) to placate (verb) 4) to become tame, to become domesticated, submissive (verb)
Notes: Spanish noun has different stress mark compared to adjective and verb AMO
Examples: 1) Amuin mo siya. (Placate him.) 2) Umamo ang mabangis na leon. (The fierce lion became tame.)
Source: http://www.seasite.niu.edu/Tagalog/
Tagalog: amo, mag-amo, umamo, amuin English: boss, master, employer, manager, tame, not wild, placate, become tame, become domesticated, submissive Edit
mo: The ng version of the second person singular pronoun.
Tagalog: mo English: you, your Edit
iyo, mo: pron. thy.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: iyo, mo English: thy Edit
iyo, inyo, mo, ninyo: your, yours
Tagalog: iyo, inyo, mo, ninyo English: your, yours Edit
mo: pwede
Tagalog: mo English: pwede Edit
iyo, mo: pron. thee.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: iyo, mo English: thee Edit
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Tagalog: mo English: you Edit
bo: borona
Tagalog: bo English: borona Edit
ginoo, pò: n. sir.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: ginoo, po English: sir Edit
sangpû, pû: adj. ten.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: sangpu, pu English: ten Edit
po: sir
Tagalog: po English: sir Edit


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