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Tagalog English
akap1

[Active Verb:]
mang-akap

[Passive Verb:]
akapin

[Examples:]
1) Nang-akap siya ng babae. (He embraced a woman.) 2) Inakap niya ako. (He embraced me.)

1) to embrace with a connotation of farce 2) to embrace someone
apuhap

[Active Verb:]
mag-apuhap

[Passive Verb:]
apuhapin

[Examples:]
Inapuhap niya ang pera niya sa dilim. (He groped for his money in the dark.)

(verb) to feel something by extending the hand
gahasa

[Active Verb:]
manggahasa

[Passive Verb:]
gahasain

[Examples:]
1) Walang matinong lalaki ang gustong manggahasa ng babae. (No sane man would want to rape a woman.) 2) Hindi raw nagplano ang mga sanggano na gahasain si Paquita. (It was alleged that the gangsters did not plan on raping Paquita.)

(verb) to rape
garapinyera

[Notes:]
Spanish

(noun) ice cream freezer
hagilap2

[Active Verb:]
maghagilap

[Passive Verb:]
hagilapin

[Examples:]
Maghagilap ka ng panggatong. (You gather some firewood.) Hagilapin mo ang ano mang kahoy para panggatong. (Gather any wood as firewood.)

(verb) to try to get hold of something at the time of need around one's environment
hagilap3

[Active Verb:]
manghagilap

[Passive Verb:]
hagilapin

[Examples:]
Manghagilap ka ng trabahador. (You look for some laborers.) Hagilapin mo si Nena para tumulong sa kusina. (Look for Nena to help in the kitchen.)

(verb) to look for someone
halukay

[Active Verb:]
maghalukay

[Passive Verb:]
halukayin

[Examples:]
1) Maghalukay ka sa basurahan at hanapin mo ang nawawalang singsing. (You dig through the pile of garbage and search for the missing ring.) 2) Halukayin mo ang basura at hanapin ang singsing. (Dig into the garbage pile and search for the ring.)

(verb) to dig; to turn over and back either in search of someting or to to mix well
hanap

[Active Verb:]
humanap

[Passive Verb:]
hanapin

[Examples:]
1) Humanap ka ng kahoy sa gubat. (You search for wood in the forest.) 2) Hanapin natin ang anak mo. (Let us look for your child.)

(verb) to look for, to search for something
harap2

[Active Verb:]
magharap

[Passive Verb:]
harapin

[Examples:]
1) Magharap kayong dalawa. (Both of you should face each other.) 2) Harapin mo ang iyong problema. (Face your problems.)

(verb) to face
kapkap2

[Active Verb:]
kumapkap

[Passive Verb:]
kapkapin

[Examples:]
1) Kumapkap ka ng pera sa bulsa ko. (Frisk my pocket for some money.) 2) Kapkapan mo ang bulsa ng nahuling magnananakaw. (Frisk the pocket of the thief who was arrested.)

1) frisk (noun) 2) to frisk something or someone (verb)

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