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Tagalog Translator *Online*

Welcome to the Tagalog Translator Online. This project initially started as a personal experiment to develop a dictionary for translating English to Tagalog and Tagalog to English words and expressions. At this moment many people, from all over the world, are using this website in order to be able to communicate with family, friends or lovers, living in the Philippines. If you have any suggestions for future developments, then please let me know. Notice: if you want to download the Windows program (freeware) of this translator then click here.

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Tagalog English
luwas1

[Active Verb:]
lumuwas

[Examples:]
Lumuwas sila papuntang Maynial kaninang madaling araw. (They went to Manila early in the morning.)

(verb) to go from town to city
Magandang umága

[Expressions Category:]
Lean more about General.

Good Morning
mas (adv) more, as in MAS MAGANDA, more beautiful
mumog1

[Active Verb:]
magmumog

[Passive Verb:]
mumugin

[Examples:]
1) Magmumog ka tuwing umaga pagkagising mo. (You should have a mouthwash every morning after you wake up.) 2) Mumugin mo ang tubig na may asin. (Gargle a glass of water with salt.)

(verb) to gargle
Ngayong umága

[Expressions Category:]
Lean more about Time.

This morning
nguya

[Active Verb:]
ngumuya

[Passive Verb:]
nguyain

[Examples:]
1) Ngumuya ako ng bayabas kaninang umaga. (I chewed some guava early this morning.) 2) Nguyain mo na ang bayabas. (Chew the guava.)

(verb) to chew; to masticate
opo

[Notes:]
just like PO and HO, the more colloquial or a little less formal form of 'OPO' (although certainly not a less respectful form) is 'OHO'

(part) yes (polite form)
pa2

[Notes:]
expresses the immaturity or continuance of a situation and stands in contrast with NA, as MABUTI PA, better yet; BASA PA ANG DAMIT, the clothes are still wet.

(adv) more; yet; still
pasok1

[Active Verb:]
pumasok

[Passive Verb:]
pasukin

[Examples:]
1) Pumasok siya sa aking silid kaninang umaga. (She entered my room early this morning.) 2) Pasukin natin ang bahay ni Monica. (Let's enter the house of Monica.)

(verb) to go to work; to go to school; to enter
pigsa (noun) boil; tumor

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