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Tagalog Translator *Online*

Welcome to the Tagalog Translator Online. This project initially started as a personal experiment to develop a dictionary for translating English to Tagalog and Tagalog to English words and expressions. At this moment many people, from all over the world, are using this website in order to be able to communicate with family, friends or lovers, living in the Philippines. If you have any suggestions for future developments, then please let me know. Notice: if you want to download the Windows program (freeware) of this translator then click here.

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Searching for " nanay": 6 records

Tagalog English
hingi1

[Active Verb:]
humingi

[Passive Verb:]
hingiin

[Examples:]
1) Humingi ka ng pera sa nanay mo. (You ask your mother for money.) 2) Hingiin mo ang pera sa nanay mo. (Askyour mom for the money.)

(verb) to ask for
iyak

[Active Verb:]
umiyak

[Examples:]
Umiyak ang bata ng iwan siya ng kanyang nanay. (The child cried after his mother left him.)

(verb) to cry
kalong

[Active Verb:]
magkalong

[Passive Verb:]
kalungin

[Examples:]
1) Kumalong ang bata sa kandugan ng nanay niya. (The child sat on his mother's lap.) 2) Kalungin mo ang bata. (Take the child on your lap.)

1) to sit on one's lap -- KUMALONG (verb) 2) to hold on one's lap, to take someone, something on your lap -- MAGKALONG, KALUNGIN, IKALONG (verb)
laro2

[Active Verb:]
maglaro

[Passive Verb:]
laruin

[Examples:]
1) Maglaro kayong dalawa sa labas ng bahay. (Both of you should play outside the house.) 2) Laruin mo muna ang iyong kapatid habang wala ang iyong nanay. (Play with your brother while your mother is away.)

(verb) to play (a game); to play with
lasap2

[Active Verb:]
lumasap

[Passive Verb:]
lasapin

[Examples:]
1) Lumasap siya ng pagkaing niluto ng kanyang nanay. (He relished the taste of his mother's dish.) 2) Lasapin mo ang simoy ng hangin. (Enjoy the good smell of air.)

(verb) to relish the taste of food; to enjoy (something)
naku!

[Notes:]
an interjection derived from NANAY KO! or INA KO!, my mother!

(intj) oh, my!

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