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Tagalog/Dictionary

This Dictionary is made help of a Tagalog~English English~Tagalog dictionary and contains important and common words used in Tagalog. For a more complete dictionary, you can search for a term in Wiktionary (browse).

Tagalog - English ~Edit

Letrang A - Letter AEdit

e? Ryan went back to the Philippines.

  • Akbayan (AK-BA-YIN), verb: To put one's arm in one's shoulder.
  • Akda (AK-DA), noun: Writings; 1. May-Akda: Author.
  • Akin (A-KIN), pronoun: Mine
  • Aklat (AK-LAT), noun: Book
  • Ako (A-KO), pronoun: Malay Loan Word I
  • Aksaya (AK-SA-YA), adjective: Waste
    • example: Aksaya lang y
  • Abala (A-BA-LA), verb: Bother.
    • example: Bakit ka ba nag-abala na magbigay ng mga regalo?
    • Why did you bother in giving gifts?
  • Abangan (A-BA-NGA-N), verb: To wait for
    • example: Abangan mo si Cathy sa Paliparan.
    • Wait for Cathy in the Airport.
  • Abayan (A-BA-YAN), verb: To accompany
    • example: Abayan mo naman ako papunta ng merkado oh.
    • Please accompany with me to the market.
  • Abukado (A-BU-KA-DO): Avocado
  • Abugado (A-BU-GA-DO), noun: Lawyer
  • Abuloy (A-BU-LOY), noun: Contribution, Help
    • example: Nagbigay ako ng Abuloy noong dumalaw ako sa patay.
    • I gave my help when I visited the funeral.
  • Akala (A-KA-LA), noun: Belief, counterpart word in Tagalog of 'I thought'
    • example: Akala ko alam mo na si Ryan umuwi na sa Pilipinas.
    • I thought you knew that Ryan went back home to the Philippines.
  • Akalain (A-KA-LA-IN), verb: To Believe
    • example: Akalain mo naman, umuwi si Ryan sa Pilipinas.
    • Can you believan ng oras.
    • That's just a waste of time.
  • Adhika (AD-HI-KA), noun: Ambition; 1. Adhikain: Ambition
  • Adyos (A-DYOS), verb: Spanish loan word Farewell.
  • Aga (A-GA), adverb: Early; 1. Maaga: It's still early, 2. Agahan: Breakfast, 3. Umaga: Morning.
  • Agad (A-GAD), adverb: Immediately, 1. Agad-Agad: At Once
    • example: Umuwi ka na agad.
    • Come home now immediately.
  • Agawan (A-GA-WAN)/Agawin (A-GA-WIN), verb: Take by force.
  • Agaw-Buhay {A-GAW BU-HAY (HAY is pronounced as HI in english)}, adjective: idiom Situation between life and death; Fighting to live when about to die.
  • Agham (AG-HAM), noun: Science
  • Ahas (A-HAS), noun: Snake, Serpent
  • Ahon (A-HOM), noun: Rise up; Waves.
    • example: Umahon ka na mula sa higaan mo, tanghali na oh!
    • Get up from your bed, it's already noon!

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