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Searching for "mamo": 6 records

Tagalog English
amo1

[Active Verb:]
mag-amo

[Passive Verb:]
amuin

[Examples:]
1) Amuin mo siya. (Placate him.) 2) Umamo ang mabangis na leon. (The fierce lion became tame.)

[Notes:]
Spanish noun has different stress mark compared to adjective and verb AMO

1) boss, master, employer, manager (noun) 2) tame, not wild (adj) 3) to placate (verb) 4) to become tame, to become domesticated, submissive (verb)
amo2

[Active Verb:]
umamo

[Examples:]
1) Amuin mo siya. (Placate him.) 2) Umamo ang mabangis na leon. (The fierce lion became tame.)

1) boss, master, employer, manager (noun) 2) tame, not wild (adj) 3) to placate (verb) 4) to become tame, to become domesticated, submissive (verb)
amot

[Active Verb:]
umamot

[Passive Verb:]
amutan

[Examples:]
Umamot siya ng isang kilong bigas. (He bought a kilo of rice at cost.)

(verb) to obtain, procure, buy at cost price.
gamot1

[Active Verb:]
gumamot

[Passive Verb:]
gamutin

[Examples:]
1) Gumamot ng bata ang doktor. (The doctor treated the child.) 2) Gamutin mo ang batang may sakit. (Treat the sick child.)

1) medicine (noun) 2) to treat, especially with medicine (verb)
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)
mamon

[Notes:]
Spanish

(noun) a kind of sponge cupcake

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