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Tagalog / English - English / Tagalog Word to Word Dictionary

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Tagalog is the most spoken language in the Philippines. It is spoken as rst language by a quarter of the population and as a second language by most of the rest. Its standardized form,officially named Filipino, is the national language and one of two official languages of the Philippines, the other being English.
This Word to Word dictionary contains over 20,000 entries. It is designed for ELL students to use in classrooms and when taking tests, exams and assessment protocols.

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Edith S. Lumbera / Alejandro Francisco Arcellana
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Tagalog English, English Tagalog Word to Word Dictionary
Edith S. Lumbera & Alejandro Francisco Arcellana
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Edith S. Lumbera & Alejandro Francisco Arcellana Title: Tagalog English, English Tagalog Word to Word Dictionary Author: Edith S. Lumbera & Alejandro Francisco ArcellanaLayout: Peterson Joseph © Copyright 2013, Educa Vision Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording or by information storage or retrieval system except by a reviewer who may quote brief passages in a review to be printed in a magazine or a newspaper without permission in writing from the author. For more information, please contact: Educa Vision Inc. 2725 NW 19th Street, Pompano Beach, FL 33069 Telephone: (954) 968-7433 E-mail: educa@aol.com Web: www.educavision.com
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Tagalog English, English Tagalog Word to Word Dictionary
Introduction:
Tagalog is the most spoken language in the Philippines. It is spoken as first language by a quarter of the population and as a second language by most of the rest. Its standardized form, officially named Filipino, is the national language and one of two official languages of the Philippines, the other being English. This Word to Word dictionary contains over 20,000 entries. It is designed for ELL students to use in classrooms and in taking tests exams and assessment protocols. Edith S.. Lumbera , PhD. is a retired professor of linguistics and translation methods. She is the author of several bilingual dictionaries for special purposes. She had published two novels in Tagalog. Alejandro Francisco Arcellana is an actor who lives in Los Angeles California. He teaches performing art at the The Los Angeles Academy of Performing Arts. He is the author of 26 plays.
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Tagalog English, English Tagalog Word to Word Dictionary escort, act as best man, maid of honor, or A bridesmaid (verb) abiso: notice, notification a!: (intj.) ooh! an (noun) 2) to announce; to exclamation of sudden inform, to notify (verb) / recollection mag-abiso \ abisuhan aba!: (intj.) wonder an abitsuwela: (n.) snap bean exclamation of surprise, (var.) bitsuelas wonder, or disgust; abnoy: (adj.) abnormal, emphatic denial. crazy, insane; (pang-abakada: (n.) alphabet uri/adj) salitang balbal abala: /n./ delay, detention, (slang)- baliw, alanganin disturbance (noun) 2) to abo: ashes (noun) 2) grey trouble oneself over (adj) something-- mag-abala abogada: (n.) female lawyer, (verb) 3) to disturb attorney-at-law abaloryo: (n.) glass beads; abogado: (n.) male lawyer, bead work attorney-at-law abang: /v./ wait or watch for abokado: (n.) avocado someone or some vehicle come by. / mag-abang \ abrelata: (n.) can abangan opener; (syn) pambukas abaniko: (n.) folding fan abrigo: (n.) wrap, lady's (active verb) to fan coat oneself / (act.v.) mag-abril: (n.) april abaniko abubot: (n.) knickknacks abante: /v./ move forward carried around (active verb) 2) to move something forward abuloy: contribution, help-(passive verb) / (act.v.) fund, relief, aid, subsidy umabante (noun) 2) to contribute, to aid (verb) abay: companion, best man, bridesmaid (noun) 2) to
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Edith S. Lumbera & Alejandro Francisco Arcellana abuloy: /n./ contribution, agos: current (noun) 2) help-fund, relief, aid, having swift currents subsidy (noun) 2) to (adj) 3) to be carried contribute, to aid (verb) away by the current umabuloy (verb) 4) to flow (verb) / (act.v.) umagos aburido: (adj.) anxious, confused agosto: (n.) august abusado: (adj.) abusive aguhilya: (n.) hair pin abuso: (n.) abuse, ahas: (n.) snake maltreatment ahensiya: (n.) pawnshop, adhika: (n.) goal, objective agency adidas: (n) tagalog slang for ahente: (n.) agent; salesman chicken feet ahit: (n.) shaved part; a adobo: n. pork/chicken dish shaving service (noun) 2) marinated in vinegar, soy to shave (verb) / (act.v.) sauce, garlic, pepper mag-ahit \ (pas.v.) ahitin agad: (adv) at once, soon, ahon: (n.) take something immediately, right away, out of the water 2) get promptly out of the water / (act.v.) mag-ahon \ (pas.v.) agahan: (n.) breakfast iahon agap: (act.v.) promptness, ahon: take something out of quickness (noun) 2) the water 2) get out of prompt, punctual (adj) 3) the water / (act.v.) to anticipate umahon agaw: n. snatching away akala: idea, belief (noun) 2) (noun) 2) to snatch, to to think (post-verb) 3) to grab (verb) 3) to believe, to presume, to participate in grabbing think, to conceive, to (verb) imagine, to opine agham: (n.) science akap: embrace with a agila: (n.) eagle connotation of farce 2) embrace someone / agiw: (n.) cobweb
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Tagalog English, English Tagalog Word to Word Dictionary (act.v.) mang-akap \ 4) to squander, to go to (pas.v.) akapin waste akap: embrace with a aksidente: (act.v.) accident connotation of farce 2) (noun) 2) to meet an embrace someone / accident (verb) (act.v.) umakap akto: act, to perform as in a akasya: (n.) acacia tree; play, to behave / (act.v.) monkeypod umakto akay: person led by the hand akwaryum: (n.) aquarium, (noun) 2) to lead by the fish tank hand (verb) akyat: carry something up a akin: (pron.) my, mine height 2) climb up, go up something / (act.v.) mag-akit: (v.) charm, attract, lure, akyat \ (pas.v.) iakyat entice / (act.v.) umakit \ (pas.v.) inakit akyat: carry something up a height 2) climb up, go up aklat: (n.) book something / (act.v.) aklatan: (n.) library umakyat \ (pas.v.) akyatin akma: set something (passive verb) 2) get alaala: (n.) remembrance, ready do something, be souvernir, memory, properly fitted (active recollection (active verb) verb) to remember / (act.v.) maalaala \ (pas.v.) akma: set something; 2) get alalahanin ready do something, be properly fitted / (act.v.) alab: (n.) fire mag-akma \ (pas.v.) alaga: pet, ward, person, iakma animal or the thing being ako: (pronoun) I (first taken care of (noun) 2) to person) take care of, to raise, to bring (verb) aksaya: waste, wastage (noun) 2) wasteful (adj) alagad: (n.) disciple, 3) wasted (passive verb) follower, apostle, helper
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Edith S. Lumbera & Alejandro Francisco Arcellana alahas: (n.) jewelry, jewels alat: saltiness (noun) 2) salty (adj.) 3) to become salty alahero: (n.) jewel maker, (verb) 4) to make repairer; jewel merchant something salty 5) alak: (n.) wine, liquor tagalog slang for police alakdan: (n.) scorpion alay: dedication, offering (noun) 2) to dedicate, to alala: memory, recollection offer (verb) / (act.v.) (noun) 2) to worry, to be mag-alay \ (pas.v.) anxious about something alayan (verb) alay: dedication, offering alalay: assistant, helper (noun) 2) to dedicate, to (noun) 2) to take offer (verb) / (act.v.) precaution, or to act umalay \ (pas.v.) ialay moderately (verb) 3) to give support albularyo: (n.) quack doctor who usually uses herbs alam: knowledge (noun) 2) for treatment of any kind knowledgeable, well-of ailment versed (adj) 3) to know, to have a knowledge of, ale: (n.) aunt, step mother; (verb) expression addressed to a woman; reference to a alamang: (n.) tiny shrimps woman. alamat: (n.) folklore, aleman: (n.) german tradition aligi: (n.) fat of crabs, alambre: (n.) wire shrimps alampay: (n.) shoulder aligid: circling around (adj) kerchief 2) to circle around, to alangan: uncertain, doubtful, hang around (verb) / insufficient, not fitted, (act.v.) umaligid unfit (adj) 2) to be alikabok: dust (noun) 2) uncertain, to be doubtful, /ma-/ dusty (adj) to be inadequate alila: n. slave, servant 2. alapaap: (n.) clouds (verb) treat somebody alas: (n.) ace like a slave 3. (passive
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