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Tagalog English
berdugo

[Notes:]
Spanish

(noun) executioner of death sentence
dugo see dugo1 see dugo2
dugo1

[Passive Verb:]
duguin

[Examples:]
Madalas duguin si Maria kapag siya ay naoperhan. (Maria often bleeds profusely after a surgery.)

1) blood (noun) 2) to bleed profusely, as in a hemorrage (verb)
dugo2

[Active Verb:]
dumugo

[Examples:]
Dumugo ang sugat ni Jose. (Jose's wound bled.)

(verb) to bleed, as a wound
dugo3

[Active Verb:]
magdugo

[Examples:]
Magdugo pa kaya ang sugat niya? (Will his wound continue to bleed?)

(verb) to bleed, as a wound
dugtong see dugtong1 see dugtong2
dugtong1

[Active Verb:]
dumugtong

[Passive Verb:]
dugtungan

[Examples:]
1) Dumugtong ang bagong pasahero sa eroplano kanina. (A new passenger was added in the plane earlier.) 2) Dugtungan natin ang tali. (Let's extend the twine.)

(verb) to add, to extend
dugtong2

[Active Verb:]
magdugtong

[Passive Verb:]
idugtong

[Examples:]
1) Magdugtong tayo ng bagong gusali dito. (Let us annex a building here.) 2) Idugtong mo ang iyong tali dito. (Append your twine here.)

(verb) to append, to annex
hukay

[Active Verb:]
humukay

[Passive Verb:]
hukayin

[Examples:]
1) Humukay siya ng butas. (He dug a hole.) 2) Hukayin mo ang libingan. (Dig the grave.)

(verb) to dig, excavate
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)

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