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Tagalog English
kabit

[Active Verb:]
magkabit

[Passive Verb:]
ikabit

[Examples:]
1) Kumabit sa kanya ang linta. (The leech clung to him.) 2) Ikabit mo ang kandado sa pinto. (Put the padlock on the door.)

1) to fasten, attach, connect, to cling to -- KUMABIT (verb) 2) to fasten, to link, join, connect something to something -- MAGKABIT, IKABIT (verb)
kaila

[Active Verb:]
magkaila

[Passive Verb:]
ikaila

[Examples:]
1) Huwag kang magkaila na ikaw ay may asawa na. (Don't deny that you are already married.) 2) Ikaila mo kaya na ikaw ay hindi na binata? (Will you deny that you are no longer a bachelor?)

(verb) to deny, to profess ignorance of
kalas

[Active Verb:]
magkalas

[Passive Verb:]
kalasin

[Examples:]
1) Kumalas siya sa kaniyang barkada. (He broke away from his clique.) 2) Kalasin mo ang tinahi. (Rip apart what has been sewed.)

1) to break away from, to untie, to unstitch -- KUMALAS (verb) 2) to rip apart -- MAGKALAS, KALASIN (verb)
kalat (adj) widespread -- MAGKALAT
kalog

[Active Verb:]
kumalog

[Passive Verb:]
kalugin

[Examples:]
1) Kumalog ang bola sa loob ng kahon. (The ball rattled in the box.) 2) Huwag mong kalugin ang itlog sa kahon. (Don't shake the eggs in the box.)

1) to rattle or shake -- KUMALOG (verb) 2) to shake or rattle the contents of a box or bottle -- MAGKALOG, KALUGIN, IKALOG (verb)
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)
kamit

[Active Verb:]
magkamit

[Passive Verb:]
kamitin

[Examples:]
1) Nais niyang magkamit ng gantimpala. (She wants to get a reward.) 2) Huwag mong kamitin ang hindi nararapat sa iyo. (Don't gain something you don't deserve.)

(verb) to obtain, to gain, to get an award
kamot

[Active Verb:]
kumamot

[Passive Verb:]
kamutin

[Examples:]
1) Kumamot na lang siya ng ulo. (He just scratched his head.) 2) Magkamot ka na lang ng ulo. (Just scratch your head.) 3) Mangamot ka na lang ng pusa. (Just scratch a cat.)

1) to scratch one's self -- KUMAMOT (verb) 2) to scratch repeatedly -- MAGKAMOT (verb) 3) to scratch somebody -- MANGAMOT, KAMUTIN (verb)
kanlong

[Active Verb:]
kumanlong

[Passive Verb:]
ikanlong

[Examples:]
1) Kumanlong siya sa ilalim ng puno. (He took shelter under the tree.) 2) Ikanlong mo ang mga damit sa silong ng bahay. (Hide the clothes under the house.)

1) to hide from view -- KUMANLONG (verb) 2) to hide something from view -- MAGKANLONG, IKANLONG (verb)
kapit1

[Active Verb:]
magkapit

[Passive Verb:]
ikapit

[Examples:]
1) Kumapit siya sa akin. (He held on to me.) 2) Ikapit mo ang kamay mo sa balikat ng bata. (Put your hand on the child's shoulder.) 3) Magkapit kayo at baka kayo mahulog. (Hold on to each other's hands or you might fall.)

1) to hold, to grasp -- KUMAPIT, KAPITAN (verb) 2) to attach to, to connect to --- IKAPIT (verb) 3) to hold on to each other, to join -- MAGKAPIT (verb)

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