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Tagalog: dyrscbbkbqysvvwi English: mainam Edit
inam, mainam: Word: inam
English Definition: (adj) /ma--/ (mainam) pleasant, tasty, good, exquisite, delicate
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Tagalog: inam, mainam English: pleasant, tasty, good, exquisite, delicate Edit
pilì, hirang, mainam: adj. choice.
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Tagalog: pili, hirang, mainam English: choice Edit
maganda, mainam, marikit: adj. handsome.
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Tagalog: maganda, mainam, marikit English: handsome Edit
mainam, marikit; pusong, nakakatawa: adj. graceful.
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Tagalog: mainam, marikit, pusong, nakakatawa English: graceful Edit
mainam: adj. finical.
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Tagalog: mainam English: finical Edit
mainam; maganda, marikit: adj. fine.
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Tagalog: mainam, maganda, marikit English: fine Edit
mainam, maigi: adj. exquisite.
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Tagalog: mainam, maigi English: exquisite Edit
mainam, maigi: adj. excellent.
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Tagalog: mainam, maigi English: excellent Edit
makisig, mainam: adj. elegant.
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Tagalog: makisig, mainam English: elegant Edit
nauukol sa Dios; mainam: adj. divine.
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Tagalog: nauukol sa dios, mainam English: divine Edit
mainam, kalugod-lugod, masarap: n. delicious.
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Tagalog: mainam, kalugod-lugod, masarap English: delicious Edit
masinop, mainam: adj. curious.
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Tagalog: masinop, mainam English: curious Edit
mainam, ukol sa gawang guró: adj. & adv. masterly.
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Tagalog: mainam, ukol sa gawang guro English: masterly Edit
maganda, mainam, makinis, malinis: adj. neat.
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Tagalog: maganda, mainam, makinis, malinis English: neat Edit
maganda, mainam; mga baka: n. neat.
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Tagalog: maganda, mainam, mga baka English: neat Edit
masarap, mainam: adj. nice.
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Tagalog: masarap, mainam English: nice Edit
mainam, marilag: adj. pompous.
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Tagalog: mainam, marilag English: pompous Edit
una; mainam, maigi: adj. prime.
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Tagalog: una, mainam, maigi English: prime Edit
mainam, maigi: adj. quaint.
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Tagalog: mainam, maigi English: quaint Edit
mainam, marangal; nauukol sa harì: adj. royal.
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Tagalog: mainam, marangal, nauukol sa hari English: royal Edit
marilag, mainam, maigi, dakilà: adj splendid.
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Tagalog: marilag, mainam, maigi, dakila English: splendid Edit
mainam, maganda, makinis: adj. spruce.
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Tagalog: mainam, maganda, makinis English: spruce Edit
marilag, mainam, dakilà: adj. sumptuous.
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Tagalog: marilag, mainam, dakila English: sumptuous Edit
mainam: adj. sexy.
Tagalog: mainam English: sexy, foxy Edit
cebuam: adj. dainty.
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Tagalog: mainam, masarap English: dainty Edit
mainam, maayos, maigi: Help, I've been informed and I can't become ingoarnt.
Tagalog: mainam, maayos, maigi English: elaborate Edit
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Tagalog: mainam English: ylkdxisc Edit
mainam, marikit, masarap basahin ó pakinggan: Neneee, das mit Volkswagen meinte ich nicht das Audi daezguhf6rt wees ikke schon. Aber wenn du dir den Film bis zu ende angeschaut he4ttest we4r dir auch die Einblendung am Ende aufgefallen: Volkswagen Automotive Innovation Lab Dann werden die Buchstaben: olkswagen utomotive nnovation ab ausgeblendet und der rest zusammengeschoben = VAIL. und dieses VAIL ist verdammt nah an dem klassichen Fail dran ;o)
Tagalog: mainam, marikit, masarap basahin o pakinggan English: stylish Edit
mainam, marilag: One of the finest tearhecs I ever knew started his freshman advising sessions by handing students their first blue book and asking them to take their first real college test. He'd ask them to fill some pages answering the question what do kind of person do you want to be when you leave here four years from now and what can the college do to help you become that person. I know from talking with generations of students how powerful that experience was for his advisees and how that story became a powerful archetype of what it really meant to be a student advisor rather than a signer of schedule forms.I wonder if in those answers they are crafting the first paragraph of a new story of their own, and I’m struck by what it means that they have now publicly answered and shared that respons. It will be fascinating to see how the stories launched in these hundreds of blogs at UWM play out.
Tagalog: mainam, marilag English: trimly Edit
halatâ; mainam, katakataká: adj. remarkable.
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Tagalog: halata, mainam, katakataka English: wrote Edit
dakilà, sakdal, mainam: adj. magnificent.
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Tagalog: dakila, sakdal, mainam English: magnificent Edit
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Tagalog: mamin English: blvzrfcn Edit
ámò, maámò: tame, docile, obedient, friendly, meek
Tagalog: amo, maamo English: tame, docile, obedient, friendly, meek Edit
maamò: adj. cade.
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Tagalog: maamo English: cade Edit
maamò, magandang loob: adj. dovelike.
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Tagalog: maamo, magandang loob English: dovelike Edit
nauukol sa sariling buhay, kasamasama, matalik; maamò: adj. domestic.
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Tagalog: nauukol sa sariling buhay, kasamasama, matalik, maamo English: domestic Edit
dî nakasasakít, maamò: adj. inoffensive.
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Tagalog: di nakasasakit, maamo English: inoffensive Edit
maamò, mababang loob: adj. meek.
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Tagalog: maamo, mababang loob English: meek Edit
maamò, ámak: adj. tame.
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Tagalog: maamo, amak English: tame Edit
marunong makiharap, magandang loob, maamò: adj. tractable.
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Tagalog: marunong makiharap, magandang loob, maamo English: tractable Edit
ginoo, mamà, mang: n. mister.
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Tagalog: ginoo, mama, mang English: mister Edit
ginoo, mamà, Mg: n. mr..
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Tagalog: ginoo, mama, mg English: mr. Edit
amáin, mamà: n. uncle.
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Tagalog: amain, mama English: uncle Edit
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Tagalog: mama English: person, man, stranger, mister, mass noun Edit
ínam: good, goodness
Tagalog: inam English: good, goodness Edit
inam, buti, igi, gandá: n. comeliness.
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Tagalog: inam, buti, igi, ganda English: comeliness Edit
inam, buti, igi: n. exquisiteness.
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Tagalog: inam, buti, igi English: exquisiteness Edit
kisig, inam, kinis: n. elegance.
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Tagalog: kisig, inam, kinis English: elegance Edit
inam, lugod, sarap: n. deliciousness.
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Tagalog: inam, lugod, sarap English: deliciousness Edit
inam, linis, kinis, kadalisayan: n. refinement.
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Tagalog: inam, linis, kinis, kadalisayan English: refinement Edit
inam, karikitan [sa pananalitâ]: n. terseness.
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Tagalog: inam, karikitan English: terseness Edit
pangit ka: n. solemnity.
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Tagalog: kadakilaan, karilagan, dilag, inam English: solemnity Edit
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Tagalog: dilag, inam, igi, ningning English: splendor Edit
am: Word: am
English Definition: (noun) broth of rice
Source: http://www.seasite.niu.edu/Tagalog/
Tagalog: am English: broth Edit
amin: admit
Tagalog: amin English: admit Edit
siya nawa, amen: amen
Tagalog: siyanawa, siya nawa, amen English: amen Edit
amén, siya nawâ: adv. amen.
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Tagalog: amen, siya nawa English: amen Edit
atin, natin, amin, namin: pron. our.
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Tagalog: atin, natin, amin, namin English: our Edit
atin, natin, amin, namin: pron. ours.
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Tagalog: atin, natin, amin, namin English: ours Edit
ámin: Word: amin
English Definition: (pron) first person plural number pronoun (exclusive) meaning "our", "ours", "us"; shows possession or location when preceded by SA.
Examples: Pumunta ka sa amin. (Go to our place.)
Source: http://www.seasite.niu.edu/Tagalog/
pron. us, our (the sa verson of kami)
Tagalog: amin English: us, our, we, ours Edit
pin: Word: pin
English Definition: (noun) brooch
Source: http://www.seasite.niu.edu/Tagalog/
Tagalog: pin English: brooch Edit
pin: safety pin
Tagalog: pin English: safety pin Edit
amá, magulang: n. father.
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Tagalog: ama, magulang English: father Edit
amá: father, see also tatay
Tagalog: ama English: father 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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Tagalog: pako, kakubaan, amo, panginoon English: boss Edit
panginoon, amo, apò: n. master.
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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
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
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
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Tagalog: kaysa, pa English: than Edit
pa: Are you still here?
Nandito ka pa?
Tagalog: pa English: still 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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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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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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Tagalog: ginoo, po English: sir Edit
sangpû, pû: adj. ten.
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Tagalog: sangpu, pu English: ten Edit
po: sir
Tagalog: po English: sir Edit


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