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paglalakbáy, paglalakád: n. Walking
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: paglalakbay, paglalakad English: waling Edit
guhit: n. wale.
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Tagalog: guhit English: wale Edit
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Tagalog: uhpuehwh English: wale Edit
magaling, walang sakít: adj. hale.
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Tagalog: magaling, walang sakit English: hale Edit
walang sakít, dî máraramdaman: adj. painless.
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Tagalog: walang sakit, di mararamdaman English: painless Edit
magalíng, walang sakít: adj. sane.
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Tagalog: magaling, walang sakit English: sane Edit
sakít: disease, sickness, illness
Tagalog: sakit English: disease, sickness, illness Edit
sakit, sumakit: Word: sakit
Active Verb: sumakit
English Definition: (verb) to ache; to be in pain; to be ill
Examples: Sumakit ang aking ulo nang marinig ko ang boses ni Josie. (My head ached when I heard Josie's voice.)
Source: http://www.seasite.niu.edu/Tagalog/
Tagalog: sakit, sumakit English: ache, pain, ill Edit
sakit: Word: sakit
English Definition: (noun) sickness; physical suffering; pain
Source: http://www.seasite.niu.edu/Tagalog/
Tagalog: sakit English: sickness, suffering, pain Edit
sakít, anták, kirót, hapdî: n. ache.
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Tagalog: sakit, antak, kirot, hapdi English: ache Edit
damdam, sakít: n. ail.
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Tagalog: damdam, sakit English: ail Edit
sakít, antak, kirot, hapdî: n. ailment.
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Tagalog: sakit, antak, kirot, hapdi English: ailment Edit
pagkabuhay, kahalagahan, kabuluhán; sakit, dalamhatì: n. concern.
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Tagalog: pagkabuhay, kahalagahan, kabuluhan, sakit, dalamhati English: concern Edit
sakít, hirap, hapdî, anták: n. dolor.
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Tagalog: sakit, hirap, hapdi, antak English: dolor Edit
samà ng katawan, sakít: n. disease.
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Tagalog: sama ng katawan, sakit English: disease Edit
sakít, panghihinà: n. infirmity.
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Tagalog: sakit, panghihina English: infirmity Edit
sakít: n. malady.
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Tagalog: sakit English: malady Edit
dusa, parusa; sakít, anták, kirot, hirap: n. pain.
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Tagalog: dusa, parusa, sakit, antak, kirot, hirap English: pain Edit
hírap, dalitâ, sákit: n. pang.
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Tagalog: hirap, dalita, sakit English: pang Edit
sakít, pagkakasakít: n. sickness.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: sakit, pagkakasakit English: sickness Edit
sakít, anták; sugat: n. sore.
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Tagalog: sakit, antak, sugat English: sore Edit
anták, sakít: n. soreness.
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Tagalog: antak, sakit English: soreness Edit
sákit, hirap, hapis: n. suffering.
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Tagalog: sakit, hirap, hapis English: suffering Edit
pahirap, sákit, pighatì: n. torment.
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Tagalog: pahirap, sakit, pighati English: torment Edit
sakít, sirà: n. hurt.
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Tagalog: sakit, sira English: hurt Edit
pagtitiis, pagbabatá, sákit, hirap,pagtitiyaga: n. sufferance.
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Tagalog: pagtitiis, pagbabata, sakit, hirap, sarap English: sufferance Edit
sakít, karamdaman: n. illness.
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Tagalog: sakit, karamdaman English: sasa Edit
sakit: ay may sakit
Tagalog: sakit English: sickness Edit
sakit: ay may sakit
Tagalog: sakit English: sickness Edit
sakit: ay may sakit
Tagalog: sakit English: sickness Edit
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Tagalog: sakit, hirap, panganyaya English: harm Edit
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Tagalog: hirap, sakit, dalamhati English: distress Edit
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Tagalog: sakit, antak, hirap English: woe Edit
sakit: My father is sick.
Masakit ang tatay ko.
Tagalog: sakit English: ill, sick Edit
sakit: Masakit
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Tagalog: sakit English: infirm Edit
walâ, sa labas: adv. away.
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Tagalog: wala, sa labas English: away Edit
walâ: adj. none.
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Tagalog: wala English: none Edit
walâ, walang anomang bagay: n. nothing.
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Tagalog: wala, walang anomang bagay English: nothing Edit
walâ: prep. without.
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Tagalog: wala English: without Edit
wala pa: nothing
Tagalog: wala English: nothing Edit
walâ: n. nought.
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Tagalog: wala English: nought Edit
wala: none
Tagalog: wala English: none Edit
wala: occupy
Tagalog: wala English: occupy Edit
wala: flack
Tagalog: wala English: flack Edit
hindî, walâ: adv. not.
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Tagalog: hindi, wala English: not Edit
walâ: n. naught.
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Tagalog: wala English: nothing Edit
zero, wala: uuuu
Tagalog: zero, wala English: uuuu Edit
walâ, dî kaharap, dî dumaló: adj. absent.
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Originally published in 1915.
Tagalog: wala, di kaharap, di dumalo English: absent Edit
wala: Word: bokya
English Definition: Tagalog slang for zero (score), failure
L2 Definition: (salitang balbal) wala, lagpak
Source: http://www.seasite.niu.edu/Tagalog/
Tagalog: wala English: walang gana Edit
wala: nothing
Tagalog: wala English: nothing Edit
hindî, walâ, hwag: hindi pa pwide kase
Tagalog: hindi, wala, hwag English: why Edit
walâ: Word: wala
Passive Verb: mawala
English Definition: (verb) to be lost or missing; to disappear
Source: http://www.seasite.niu.edu/Tagalog/
Tagalog: wala, mawala English: lost, missing, disappear Edit
hindî; walâ: hindi naman kita iiwan
Tagalog: hindi, wala English: Edit
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Tagalog: wala English: leave Edit
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Tagalog: wala English: none Edit
wala: There is nothing here.
Wala dito.
Tagalog: wala English: nothing Edit
wala: wala
Tagalog: wala English: none, nothing Edit
wal: ang sakit naman non
Tagalog: wal English: wops Edit
waló: eight
Tagalog: walo English: eight Edit
waló: adj. eight.
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Tagalog: walo English: eight Edit


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