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ingay, maingay: Word: ingay
English Definition: (noun) noise, sound (adj) /ma--/ (maingay) noisy
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Tagalog: ingay, maingay English: noise, sound, noisy Edit
maingay, mahugong: adj. clamorous.
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Tagalog: maingay, mahugong English: clamorous Edit
maingay, maalatiit: adj. clangous.
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Tagalog: maingay, maalatiit English: clangous Edit
maingay, maalingaw-ngaw, mahugong, maguló: adj. noisy.
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Tagalog: maingay, maalingaw-ngaw, mahugong, magulo English: noisy Edit
mahugong, maingay: adj. obstreperous.
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Tagalog: mahugong, maingay English: obstreperous Edit
maingay, maalingawngaw: adj. rackety.
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Tagalog: maingay, maalingawngaw English: rackety Edit
maingay, búngangaan: n. ranter.
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Tagalog: maingay, bungangaan English: ranter Edit
maguló, maingay, switik: adj. & n. rowdy.
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Tagalog: magulo, maingay, switik English: rowdy Edit
maguló, maingay: adj. tumultuous.
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Tagalog: magulo, maingay English: tumultuous Edit
maingay, búngangaan, palasigaw, palahiyaw: adj. vociferous.
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Tagalog: maingay, bungangaan, palasigaw, palahiyaw English: vociferous Edit
maingay: From Peter Anthony Cantila Php. Davao City
Tagalog: maingay English: boysterous Edit
maingay: dont be makulit
Tagalog: maingay English: stubborn Edit
malakás na pananalitâ, maingay: adj. loud.
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Tagalog: malakas na pananalita, maingay English: loud noise Edit
ingay, umingay: Word: ingay
Active Verb: umingay
English Definition: (verb) to become noisy
Examples: Umingay ang kuwarto. (The room became noisy.)
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Tagalog: ingay, umingay English: become noisy Edit
ingay, mag-ingay: Word: ingay
Active Verb: mag-ingay
English Definition: (verb) to create noise
Examples: Bawal mag-ingay sa silid-aklatan. (Making noise in the library is prohibited.)
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Tagalog: ingay, mag-ingay English: create noise Edit
ingay, kaingáy; guló, kaguló; kahambugan, kayabangan: n. bluster.
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Tagalog: ingay, kaingay, gulo, kagulo, kahambugan, kayabangan English: bluster Edit
ingay, alatiit: n. clank.
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Tagalog: ingay, alatiit English: clank Edit
ingay, hugong, guló, kalog: n. clatter.
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Tagalog: ingay, hugong, gulo, kalog English: clatter Edit
hugong, tunog; kagulo, ingay: n. din.
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Tagalog: hugong, tunog, kagulo, ingay English: din Edit
sigaw, hiyaw; ingay: n. hoot.
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Tagalog: sigaw, hiyaw, ingay English: hoot Edit
ingay, kaingay, alingwngaw: n. noise.
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Tagalog: ingay, kaingay, alingwngaw English: noise Edit
ingay, hugong, kaguló: n. noisiness.
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Tagalog: ingay, hugong, kagulo English: noisiness Edit
alingawngaw, ingay, kagulo, hiyawan: n. outcry.
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Tagalog: alingawngaw, ingay, kagulo, hiyawan English: outcry Edit
ingay; pangpalitada: n. trowel.
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Tagalog: ingay, pangpalitada English: trowel Edit
ingay, gulo: fuss
Tagalog: ingay, gulo English: fuss Edit
ingay: noise
Tagalog: ingay English: noise Edit
968852: clatter
Tagalog: ingay English: clatter Edit
marilag, bunyî, magiting: adj. eminent.
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Tagalog: gay English: eminent Edit
ay: Word: ay!
English Definition: (intj) an exclamation of surprise or pain
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Tagalog: ay English: surprise, pain Edit
ay: Umiyak ikaw (You cried) to Ikaw ay umiyak (You cried), Ika'y umiyak (You cried)
Tagalog: ay English: use when changing from verb-subject-object sentence structure, to a subject-verb-object word order Edit
ay: are
Tagalog: ay English: are Edit
ay: were
Tagalog: ay English: were Edit
ji: gee
Tagalog: ay English: gee Edit
ay: Word: ay
English Definition: (part) connects the topic of the sentence and predicate when the sentence is given in reverse order; sentence inversion marker.
Examples: Umalis siya. -- Siya ay umalis. (He left.)
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Though gramatically different, it often can be translated as is or are.
Tagalog: ay English: maricel is a strong woman Edit
ay: gee
Tagalog: ay English: gee Edit
magíng, ay, mag, magka... sumá..: v. be.
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Tagalog: maging, ay, mag, magka... suma.. English: ala kala ko bako yan Edit
gáya, kagáya: like, similar to, the same as. Syn. tulad, katulad.
Tagalog: gaya, kagaya English: like, similar, same, imitation Edit
gaya: gaya: imitate; mimic (from Armando A.B. Regala www.geocities.com/Athens/Academy/4059/diction.html)
Tagalog: gaya English: imitate, mimic Edit
gaya, gumaya, gayahin: Word: gaya
Active Verb: gumaya
Passive Verb: gayahin
English Definition: (verb) to imitate, to emulate
Examples: 1) Gumaya ka sa akin. (You imitate me.) 2) Gayahin mo ako. (Imitate me.)
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Tagalog: gaya, gumaya, gayahin English: imitateimitate, emulate Edit
gaya, manggaya, gayahin: Word: gaya
Active Verb: manggaya
Passive Verb: gayahin
English Definition: (verb) to imitate
Examples: 1) Huwag kang manggaya ng masamang tao. (You should not imitate a bad guy.) 2) Gayahin mo ang mabait na bata. (Imitate the good boy.)
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Tagalog: gaya, manggaya, gayahin English: imitate Edit
gaya, para, gayon din, kung paano, yamang: conj. as.
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Tagalog: gaya, para, gayon din, kung paano, yamang English: as Edit
gaya, para, paris: adv. like.
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Tagalog: gaya, para, paris English: like Edit
gaya: imitate
Tagalog: gaya English: imitate Edit
gaya: Manggaya
Gumaya
Gayahan
Tagalog: gaya English: imitate Edit
aya: aya: Invitation
Tagalog: aya English: invitation Edit
ayi: alex as in
Tagalog: ayi English: Edit
ayi: cute
Tagalog: ayi English: Edit
iyo: The sa version of the second person singular pronoun.
It typically is used to mean to you, or your.
Tagalog: iyo English: to you, your, you Edit
iyo, mo: pron. thy.
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Tagalog: iyo, mo English: thy Edit
eyo: beauty
Tagalog: eyo English: Edit
iyo, inyo, mo, ninyo: your, yours
Tagalog: iyo, inyo, mo, ninyo English: your, yours Edit
iyo, mo: pron. thee.
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Tagalog: iyo, mo English: thee Edit


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