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Tagalog English
alpas

[Active Verb:]
umalpas

[Passive Verb:]
alpasan

[Examples:]
1) Naka-alpas ang mga bilanggo. (The prisoners were able to break loose.)

1) to become free, loose, untied (as animals) 2) to be able to break loose
alsa

[Active Verb:]
mag-alsa

[Passive Verb:]
ialsa

[Examples:]
1) Umalsa ang puto. (The rice cake rose.) 2) Nais mag-alsa ang mga manggagawa. (The laborers wanted to stage a strike.) 3) Alsahin mo ito. (Lift this up.)

[Notes:]
Spanish word

1) a rising, as of dough (noun) 2) to rise (umalsa) 3) to rebel, to revolt, to rise up against, to stage a strike (mag-alsa) 4) to lift something (alsahin)
ampalaya (noun) bitter melon, balsam apple, amargoso
balahibo (noun) fine body hair; feathery hair of fowls or wooly hair of animals
balsa

[Active Verb:]
magbalsa

(noun) raft
balse

[Active Verb:]
magbalse

[Notes:]
Spanish word

(noun) waltz
bigas

[Examples:]
PALAY is unhusked rice; BIGAS is husked, uncooked rice; KANIN is cooked rice; MALAGKIT is sticky rice (cooked or uncooked); SUMAN is sweet steamed rice wrapped in banana leaves; PUTO is a rice cake. Steamed rice, which is the staple in most meals is SINAI

[Notes:]
PALAY is unhusked rice; BIGAS is husked, uncooked rice; KANIN is cooked rice; MALAGKIT is sticky rice (cooked or uncooked); SUMAN is sweet steamed rice wrapped in banana leaves; PUTO is a rice cake.

(noun) husked and uncooked rice
bulyaw

[Active Verb:]
bumulyaw

[Passive Verb:]
bulyawan

[Examples:]
Bulyawan mo ang mga maingay na bata. (Shout at the noisy children.)

1) loud or shouted rebuke or reproach; angry and sudden shout to drive away fowls and animals (noun) 2) to shout at, to rebuke or reproach
dagsa1

[Active Verb:]
dumagsa

[Examples:]
Dumagsa ang napakaraming tao sa kalye matapos manalo ang Chicago Bulls sa NBA finals. (A sudden flow of people in the street emerged after the Chicago Bulls won the NBA finals.)

(verb) to have a sudden, tumultuous and confusing flow of people
din

[L2 Definition:]
(var) rin (after vowels)

(particle) too, also

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